There is new top dog in the future bass and dubstep scene and his name is Chime. Brought to music enthusiasts by England-native and seasoned producer Harvey Goldfinch, Chime has forged an unprecedented genre-melding sound called color bass. He has showcased this infectious style of EDM to the world, touring across China, Japan, North America, and more.
While Chime is one of his most beloved projects, Goldfinch is also known for being a member of the super trio Tritone, with Franky Nuts and Oliverse. Together, the three have stunned massive crowds at illustrious festivals, such as Rampage, Parookaville, and Tomorrowland. Equally as impressive, Chime is the founder of rising label Rushdown, who has signed the forward-thinking artists of Sharks, Ace Aura, and Papa Khan. Furthering his dominance over the color bass spectrum, Chime's newest single "Bring Me Back" is a thrilling auditory adventure.
Kicking off with chilling vocal echoes and blissful wind chimes, "Bring Me Back" immediately captivates its listeners. As the song progresses, resonating claps can be heard and futuristic soundscapes take center stage. Then, a surprising sequence of riveting bass drops and cuts transport the song's audience to another dimension. Highlighting Chime's keen sense of musical innovation, "Bring Me Back" is primed for the festival main stage.