It's been a year of milestone "firsts" forbreakout star, . And he's not done yet.
Breaking through on's Sable Valley Records in late 2021 with his blistering debut EP, , ISOxo has already left his mark on the highly competitive and ever-evolving bass music scene. With his latest record, however, ISOxo shows he's not up for staying complacent.
With "inhuman," he sparks up the dancefloor and brings a refreshing spin on house music to the club that is uniquely his own. Despite the change in genre, ISOxo remains in tune with the artful sound design and menacing style fans have come to know him by.
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ISOxo keeps fans on their toes as he reworks his sound for the club dancefloor.
"It became a long process for us as we battled with the reality around us, not, knowing what lay ahead while maintaining a creative output."
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ISOxo has a knack for seamlessly weaving seemingly disparate diverse sonic environments into a broader mosaic. He once again shows us how it's done with "inhuman," whisking cinematic strings and dreamy steel pan drums in the verse into a chunky, low -end driven groove with ease.
It's clear ISOxo is far from the end of the line when it comes to exploring his creative boundaries. And all we know is that as long as he's up for breaking the mold—regardless of genre—fans will be waiting to eat it up.
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