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Step into the void with Vampa’s ‘Dark Matter’ EP [Review]

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Emily Mucha, better known as VAMPA, recently unveiled her Dark Matter EP on Kannibalen Records. As her first release of 2020, Vampa’s loyal fang gang is in for a haunting treat. The vampire queen has conjured up more of her signature deep, shadowy bass in the form of two new tracks. While both Dark Matter and Masquerade will fill all your headbanging needs, each is distinctively unique. Vampa’s Dark Matter EP blew us away, which calls for a Dance Music NW review!

Cloaking listeners deep within its spiritual ambiance, Dark Matter embodies a liberating vibe. First up on this ethereal EP is Dark Matter, dredging deep into the unknown. This track opens up with Vampa’s own whispering vocals, revealing an ominous message. Giving way into leading bass lines and phantom like synths Dark Matter is full of mystery. Filling the darkness with pure energy Vampa shows us all how to find the light.

Next up on the Dark Matter EP is Masquerade, giving voice to an all too familiar question. Is anyone really who they seem? Surely a follow up to Dark Matter‘s self reflective design this track is all about deception. Between Vampa’s haunting vocals and relentlessly timed drops, this track hits hard. Owing to her love of the underground Vampa balances both old and new school dubstep within Masquerade.

Known widely for bringing the heat, Vampa’s new EP stays true to her sound. Almost a year has passed since her Haunting EP which delivered a wonky, experimental vibe. Now we hear an evolving Vampa, whose ready to push her own boundaries. Listen in on Vampa’s Dark Matter EP on your favorite platform today!

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