In a world where cartoons and video games control the colorful tones of heavy dubstep music, the duo known as Pixel Terror, made out of Bentley Montes and Trayfee, is trying their hand at bringing on a new edge to dance music, this time with their single 'Other Side'.
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It has been only a month since they broke onto the scene with the Pokemon inspired bass anthem 'Evolution' and it wasn't too long after that they dropped the track 'GERALD', a collab with Cherney, that uses a Dillon Francis Snapchat rant to their disposal. With these powerful tunes under their belt, we are introduced to 'Other Side', their first track that doesn't use a trending theme to back it up. Pixel Terror proves their abilities tossing around futuristic square wave synths, trappy drum arrangements, and most importantly a nightmarish drop full of sound design that is dripping in chaos.
The contrast between an illuminating female vocal feature and chord progression at the breakdown versus the intensity of both drops creates a perfect illustration of the overall attitude that this duo is bringing to dance music. From hysterical highs to dreamy lows, and not to mention the sexy vocoder that sneaks in at the bridge, 'Other Side' is a truly wild ride for the sense and we cannot wait to see where Pixel Terror takes us through the rest of 2016.