Certain general expectations need to be met when a clear-and-calling bass EP reaches the footsteps of the smartphone or laptop for the end user. Some 'pass,' some reach a threshold of acceptance, while others falter.
Solo LA-based artist Shuz, who's EP, Paradox, has clearly caught fire right off the get-go, has been fueling the music-ignition to his December 11th EP reveal through feverish bass-and-trap teases, "Save Me," and, "Paradox," included off the 5-track set.
Many parts and content aspects coming into play off of Paradox EP, an peculiar element also being the intensity prioritized and brought forth while keeping the music tied in with a multi-faceted rich artist personality.
The collective of facets doesn't go against the tide, when it comes to the Shuz current artist-to-fan paradigm.
All things given: Shuz's Paradox EP is one part of a bigger story not to be missed.
In the USA and with a permeation felt & transpiring globally, bass music has spread globally and blended in many ways within the common pool of what considered the 'popular music timeline' of today.
Shuz sets a digestable bass blueprint-of-sorts of how to do it proper, for lack of a better term, and how it can be done successfully.
Rivaling the commonplace 'new-daily-single,' (or album,) that can be found digging through the passages of Spotify of YouTube Music, Shuz stands out, continuing his success and attention garnered thus far.
With active musicians new-and-old embracing the globally-recognized genre and a fast-growing industry-enterprise supporting the economics of bass, Paradox EP is set to make an impact in more ways than one for all the right reasons.