In the times main as much as his Divinorum LP launch, Colorado producer Au5 has been slowly unveiling singles from the compilation, showcasing his meticulous dubstep model in its best kind.
He follows up the releases of “Stargate,” “Divinorum,” and “Mesmerize” with the most recent: “Dragonfly” with Evoke. The album’s fourth observe leads in with a gradual construct and drifting vocals. Evoke asserts himself from the get-go, demonstrating the sheer energy that’s to come back from the rest of the music. The bridge provides a false sense of calm earlier than casting the listener right into a deep sea of shimmering synths and bass on the drop. Over the course of the music’s seven minutes, Au5 takes his listeners on a tumultuous sonic curler coaster, hovering above the clouds and diving deep below the earth.
From the appears of “Dragonfly” and its predecessors, Divinorum will see Au5 illustrate his most detailed and complex work but, spanning 10 songs that’ve been three years within the making.
“Divinorum on this context interprets to ‘[things] of the divine.’ The album is a couple of journey traversing by way of a sequence of various realms past actuality,” the producer says of the compilation.
Divinorum would be the producer’s first solo LP since 2011’s Anchus Definy. Like Anchus Definy, Divinorum shall be self-released and is out May 24.