Kantor is bring a catchy house fever to the masses with an all-instrumental track "Technodisco." This brand of sound is something the Philly-based artist hasn't quite explored yet, or at least done so publicly. The track certainly has swagger to it, featuring 4:3 polyrhythms and a positive disposition all articulated through the music. Soft, sustained horns and details samples dotted throughout help build up the chipper theme going on here. Foley sound elements, like footsteps and distant crowd chit-chat adds fuel the fire with this imaginative house track.
From attaining over 100,000 streams on Spotify alone per track, to gaining praise from names likes Alison Wonderland, Kantor has being capturing the attention of fans and industry figures alike.
Here is what the budding electronic artist had to say regarding this release:
"'Technodisco' was such a fun song to write. It is this super bouncy Techno record that incorporated a ton of Bass music elements in the 2nd drop. The "B" drop of both songs has this super dark, creepy, almost transcendent feeling. I wanted this track to give the listener the feeling of being back in nightclubs and venues; during the intro and bridges you can hear the storyline unfold of someone walking past the line to get into the club and even going into the bathroom to freshen up. All of these sounds were intentionally placed to bring the listener back into the club life as we start to see the world open back up. I hope you all enjoy this record as much as I enjoyed making it!"
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