Subtact drops melodic single, ‘Friends,’ via Monstercat Records
Subtact has graced us with another recent masterpiece representing Monstercat;
“Friends” featuring Bri Tolani combines catchy vocals with well-thought-out melodies. Tolani’s voice is striking and robust, adding a new layer of energy to Subtact’s future bass grooves. The track stays consistently upbeat from start to finish and paints a lyrical picture of being in the midst of a love-fueled adventure.
Listen to “Friends” here:
“When we’re dancing like lovers you spell out my shape with your hands”
Subtact presents noteworthy production and sound design strategies in his work. Here we have a taste of intricate yet subtle percussion and a gritty bassline. It’s different— in a good way— and establishes a sense of individuality to his name. The Monstercat record label strives to empower creativity and passion through innovation, and Subtact pulls his own weight in portraying that mission statement to its fullest intent.
The 20-year-old electronic virtuoso performs in clubs every now and then. Catch him at his next show in the Pacific North West at Seattle’s Q Nightclub on April 27, 2018. Tickets can be found by clicking this link. For more news on Subtact, connect with his social media outlets.