16 Mar NERS039: Branswills x De1!nquent x Fach – Mayday
We welcome Branswills, De1!nquent, and Fach to the Nightenjin family with their new release ‘Mayday‘ – a plane crashing tune that expresses each artist’s unique sound coming out on March 23rd.
Mayday was inspired by the concept of a plane crash. The vocal sounds like a pilot talking on the intercom while the initial lead makes the listener think of an airplane engine failing. From there the final part of the record stabs sound like buttons being pressed to signal an emergency.
Branswills is Bass House and Tech House producer out of Philadelphia with releases on Spoon Fed Records and Mojoheadz.
De1!nquent is Connor Sweeney, a 25-year-old, Washington D.C.-based Bass House/UK Bass producer. De1!nquent will not be limited by sub-genres of house music, as he is not afraid to explore different ends of the house spectrum. He got into EDM (specifically Bass House) in his early years and decided to start DJing and later, producing after the tragic death of his best friend in 2016. His friend was a budding EDM producer and Connor wanted to carry the torch on in his name, thus creating “De1!nquent”. The name De1!nquent describes exactly what you get when listening to his music; aggressive, blood-pumping music that makes you want to bounce around feeling young and invincible. “Enjoy life while you can, it’s too short to be boring”.Having only started his production journey in 2019 and by releasing his first single “Feel So Fine” in August of 2020, clearly, his musical and creative ceiling is nowhere in sight. With recent releases on labels such as Crucast, 3000 Bass, and Storytime, as well as gaining support from the likes of Dr.Fresch, De1!nquent is now starting to find his groove. He has finished multiple collaborations and solo singles in 2021 and is now in the process of finding labels to release them on. There is much more music on the way.
Fash is a Bass House and Tech House producer out of Baltimore Maryland with releases on Bite This, Moretin, and Storytime Records.