Kill Tomorrow Records – ChaseR – Dead End EP – [Review]


Dead End is an EP that is brought to us by Kill Tomorrow Recordings and produced by ChaseR. It comes wrapped up with four raw original mixes, and is the label’s second release in the year so far.

From the top is the ‘Dead End’ title track with its clean drum sounds and an overall clean production. Then, the raw, buzzing synthesis in ‘Release The Beast’ and  ‘Robotics’ puts things to order and perspective with sadistic, fused, and twisted elements that have a tinge of some old school styles but, refined to suit the current state of the Neuro and Tech subgenres. The style of production that ChaseR applied here is rampant throughout the four songs and so, the theme of the work is quite clear. And, as for the fourth joint, ‘Gold Rush’ it is a club anthem competitor in its own right because it is a hot number to look out for, and it is a pretty gruesome way of ending things on a note.

With ChaseR, we know what to expect and that is; some raw, hardness aimed straight at the dance floor for that wild night at a kick-ass Rave. The Dead End EP is a not too shabby piece of work.

Words By: Tsheola Asavela


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