Watch out for 1788-L ?


1788-L is creating some wild stuff recently. If you like Rezz, 1788-L is up your ally. What I was most impressed with were the quality of these remixes. You can tell the up-and-coming bass producer put time and care into creating brand-oriented remixes for the likes of Kraftwerk, Daft Punk, 4AM and Virtual-Self. I could totally hear the drop at 3:20 on his Kraftwerk, Radioactivity remix at a Rezz show. The drop at 1:26 in his Daft Punk, Rinzler remix sounds like a heavy bass, Daft Punk disco groove.

This music is not for the faint hearted. I listen to so much middle of the road pop music (which I like at times as well), I need breaks to listen to other-worldly tracks. I love the underground and finding amazing, new sound designers in my spare time. I discovered 1788-L on HumanHuman, which felt like a bit of a steal.

The heavy use of bass allows me to really FEEL the music. When it’s contrasted with sparkly, glitchy high ends, it really embodies what it means to be an electronic music producer. The computer IS an instrument, and the music you’re about to listen to below is a prime example of the computer.

Listen to 1788-L below.

Chris Stack

After graduating from Kenyon College, Chris Stack joined a branding and marketing startup, BrandYourself (as seen on SharkTank), in New York City. After leading the company to grow past profitability as a leading account manager, Chris set his sights on his passion: music. He currently runs his own LLC in New York City, helping musicians in the city with their online presence and marketability. A native of the Washington DC area, Chris Stack's passions and hobbies include music production (8 years on Ableton), marketing, baseball (Mets), football (Ravens), Netflix n chillin, and the experience economy.

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