rBeatz Premiere: Bradley Allan – Throw It All
We’re proud to announce Bradley Allan‘s first official original release, Throw It All. The LA based music producer/ songwriter and half of future collective Neo Noir with Greg Ogan (SONY) has been on our radar for a while now. We first caught him through the large amount of remixes he was pumping out. We decided to write a featured artist profile on Bradley, listing his recent future bass style remixes, and praising him for his velocity and upcoming projects. He is also part of the @Blind-Contour-Collective, an upcoming music collective based out of New York City.
Also, look out for Neo Noir’s first release on Lowly Palace this Friday. We got a sneak peak, and we’re calling banger alert. Brad and Greg are two professionals in the industry, so we’re expecting some good sounds coming from their future collaborations.
Throw It All certainly falls under the trap category, but it’s a more relaxed chill trap. A Future-Trap if you will. I Say Let’s Get It Poppin is such a nice loop to have going throughout this hip-hop style ambiance. If you and your friends are into freestyling, let me suggest this dynamic arrangement to really hone your freestyle skills into the EDM genre.
Let’s also not forget that Bradley continues to pump out the remixes. He recently released this Future Bass/Trap remix of JOJO’s Fab. Bradley’s skill revolves around creating a dynamic arrangement around vocals. His use of percussive elements, synths, and vocal chops are certainly professional. Most importantly, the kid has an ear for harmony, which can only be taught through years and years of critical listening. We’re pumped for Bradley’s next project…don’t be suprised if you begin hearing more about NEO NOIR very soon.