Carmada are back with heavy new NGHTMRE collaboration, ‘Embrace’
Carmada cropped up in 2014, disrupting the bass music mill with their boisterous brand of futuristic dance products, though it wasn’t long before the group once again went dark. The OWSLA-signed side project of Aussie beat makers L D R U and Yahtzel made an explosive impression, and after some tantalizing radio silence, the duo appears to be back — and they have NGHTMRE in tow for a heavy handed reintroduction called “Embrace.”
The new collaboration ropes in versework from Sydney-based vocalist Xavier Dunn, paired with NGHTMRE and Carmada’s complementary styles, making for a bombastic low-end groove polished with syncopated percussion and crashing sample work. NGHTMRE continues to stake his claim in the bass genre with the new joint product, while demand for more Carmada continues to rise.
The track comes very shortly after an unexpected hilarious new video short from Carmada that alludes to a new EP and possibly even a tour in the works. Until then, we have a satiating new piece in “Embrace,” out now via Mad Decent.