Justin OH impresses with shiny, glitchy bass Monstercat launch, ‘Don’t Bring Me Down’

South Korean producer, Justin OH, launched a singular bass thriller, “Don’t Bring Me Down,” the sixth single from his forthcoming City of OZ album. The monitor that was debuted at Ultra and Tomorrowland combines shiny synths, pc glitches, acquainted wobbles, and ethereal vocals for a stark distinction from verse to hook. It’s in contrast to the usual dubstep, because the smorgasbord of sounds create an uplifting and menacing euphoria that curate a percussive, melodic breakbeat.

The Paul Oakenfold-discovered artist is thought for his versatility as a songwriter, producing a big selection of digital narratives from progressive home to hip-hop and future bass to dubstep. “Don’t Bring Me Down” leans in the direction of the tougher aspect, showcasing OH’s variability even inside style.

OH presents his cyberpunk actuality at his reside performances with a robust video part of his digital world referred to as “The City of OZ.” The new album will proceed that storyline within the aural sense.