Tiga & The Martinez Brothers Get Low-Key Weird On 'Blessed' EP Pt. 1: Exclusive


In the halls of digital music, Tiga will get the award for many weird. His songs are infectious and daring, however at all times plant a foot in surreal dimensions. He takes cues from the city mainstream and twists acquainted tropes into one thing simply left of heart and some shades extra sinister. It's sensible, actually, and it's made The Martinez Brothers longtime followers.

Of course, these Brothers have been leaders of the tech home technology since they had been youngsters. It's no shock the exploratory musical minds fashioned a quick friendship. Today, that friendship turns into fruitful on a four-track EP known as Blessed Pt 1.

"Blessed is a venture that got here collectively via the again phases and events," The Martinez Brothers inform Billboard Dance in a joint assertion. "It’s been a labor of affection and a pleasure working with Tiga. He’s been a type of artists we’ve at all times wished to work with for a very long time, and it’s actually cool how we’ve constructed an actual friendship over time. That’s our brother proper there. Been listening to his stuff for a very long time, and he’s nice at making hooks. He was developing with all these hooks proper on the spot within the studio. Everything about us and Tiga simply flows."

The opening title monitor is a minimal train in industrial. It booms and clangs whereas Tiga and the Bros chant hip-hop's favourite grace. It dives deeper into the unusual with psychedelic moods and atmospheric rhythms on "Aphex N Girls," a monochromatic monitor that colours itself in chaos. 

“Cleopatra” takes an old-school electro strategy, a favourite taste for the Brothers. It's pumped up with loads of retro-inspired noise and reduce with a contemporary membership crispness. EP nearer "Late Nite" wraps all of it up in a head knocker that builds on a demure bassline that doesn't simply stroll, it downright struts. It nonetheless retains its even keel, although. This EP is as vibrant as grayscale will get.

“Chris and Steve introduced a deep information of home music and DJ energy-flow, whereas I left my deep hatred of reside studio jam periods on the door," Tiga says. "These tracks are harder, funkier and weirder than 99.three% of up to date dance music, and it’s all as a result of we had been courageous sufficient to get honest and actual."

If you're digging the low-key weirds, grasp tight. There's extra the place this got here from.

"We most likely made about 10 tracks, and that is simply 4 of them that we got here up with," the Brothers clarify. "Definitely keep tuned for extra."

Blessed EP PT 1 comes out on Turbo Recordings Friday, Nov. 16, however you may hearken to its 4 tracks in full beneath, solely on Billboard Dance.