Bass, Trap | STRX Shares Stunning Pop-Trap Single, “Shadows” Featuring Ava Silver 

Posted by on May 13, 2022

Marking his debut on acclaimed label Frequency Music, STRX has returned to the scene with what might be one of his heaviest releases to date, bringing together atmospheric verses and bass-driven drops on “Shadows.” Incorporating the vocal talents of Ava Silver, “Shadows” is a truly versatile tune that is bound to start lighting up dancefloors in no time, and become a staple in STRX’s energetic sets. 

“In the midst of the pandemic, I found myself feeling hopeless and somewhat depressed sometimes. The negative voices in my head naturally transferred onto the music script, even though I was trying to make uplifting club music. As a result of this crossover between energy & vulnerability, ‘Shadows’ was born. Due to the extent to which this feeling was relatable to Ava Silver, we managed to make a vocal that perfectly connected. All in all, we created a piece with a message that I hope people can relate to and get empowered by,” said the producer. 

An accomplished musician and producer, STRX has been playing the drums for more than 10 years now. With a strong drive and ambition to find his own path within the music world, STRX oftentimes blends multiple genres into one song, while infusing his energetic sets with trap, dubstep and psytrance, aiming to tell a story to the audience. 

Future Trap, Pop | UNIKID Shares Playful Debut EP “In Times Past” Via Frequency Music

Posted by on November 5, 2021

Based in Amsterdam, UNIKID has taken the world by storm over the past couple of years with his vibrant productions and unique sonic aesthetic. Trying to convey his energetic and happy charisma through his music, UNIKID landed a massive streaming hit with his 2020 single “Choose Me“ via Frequency Music, and has now returned to the Dutch label to share his debut EP ‘In Times Past.’ 

Spanning over 7 tracks, ‘In Times Past’ includes some of UNIKID’s most recently-released singles, such as the radio-ready “Out of Love” and the uplifting “Kids for Life,” as well as a handful of soothing instrumental pieces that perfectly accompany its focus tracks. 

“The EP is intended as a kind of digital diary for myself, to close an important period for myself,” explained UNIKID in a press statement. “All the songs of the EP contain stories from the past period and that way I was able to close those stories and save them to maybe look back on later. It is also not only a digital diary for myself, but also for others. In this way I want to close this period, to make room for a new period. The EP is a way for me to process my memories and events.”