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Finalfix drops ‘Tremors’ EP on Hanzom Music

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Finalfix comes along with his best work to date. The belgium producer reached the next level of music production in his career. The ‘Tremors’ EP  shows a big span of styles – Cinematic sound experiences meets neurofunk and dancefloor drum and bass influences.

Finalfix is a music producer hailing from Bruges, Belgium. What started out around 2010 as making melodies for fun eventually resulted into a more serious approach to heavy bass music. Being heavily inspired by dramatical musical pieces, melancholy, but also the likes of Noisia, Black Sun Empire, Billain, The Gorillaz and even Daft Punk, Finalfix had a clear goal to make heavy and touching music.

After years of making many liquid Drum & Bass tunes with occasional hard-hitters, Finalfix signed his first contract for ‘Brainkiller’ to Black Inferno USA in 2016. Other releases followed that year with ‘Control’ on Belgian Kinetik Records (discontinued), ‘Black Magic EP’ on Raving Panda who had just started its own label, and ‘Moth’ on Histeria Records

From then on things only got more serious and alot of time went into research and practice. 

The next release followed years later (2020) with the ‘Autoimmune’ EP on Rustout Records, bringing older projects back to life and releasing them after they had undergone a computer crash.  

Not too long after that release, Finalfix participated in the Katharsys Metallicity remix competition and won first place, ensuring a release on Othercide Records among the very people who inspire Finalfix such as Billain, Current Value, Disprove etc.

2020 has been a good year for Finalfix in terms of personal growth (both musically and mentally) and being proud of what comes out of the speakers. Finalfix is just getting warmed up and continuing the story with this release on Hanzom Music. ‘Tremors’ EP is an expression of internal struggle. 

Check out our premiere of the title track ‘Tremors’ below. The EP drops on 9th October, you can grab it from here

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