KUMO Collective Drops Spine-Tingling 'Melophile' with Drvmmer

October 27, 2021 -

Daily Beat Staff

We're so grateful the underground electronic scene has KUMO Collective. The Italy-based record label continues to have its pulse on rising producers from all over the world. This month, they bring us a celestial color bass tune called "Melophile" by Drvmmer. Andrea Menarello also reigns from Italy, so this label release comes as no surprise.

"Melophile" is the perfect introduction to Drvmmer, effortlessly showcasing both his production chops and instrumentality. The bopsmith takes you for a ride, painting a sonic painting with twinkling keys, glitchy synths, and daring drums. Never sticking to one genre, Drvmmer melts future bass and melodic dubstep into one cohesive listening experience with “Melophile.”

“I started ‘Melophile’ about one year ago. The main element of this song is the large amount of 8 bit sounds such as arps and leads, mixed with heavy and angry reese bass. I hope to be able to ‘hipnotize’ and excite listeners in a positive way, just to let them feel how music can express colors and moods in a very intriguing way!”


It's actually impressive the way Drvmmer can curate a visual odyssey through melodic foreshadowing and his intricate sound design in. We hope to see the Italian label and Italian producer can make magic together again.

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