Electro won’t ever die. It will rage on like a three-headed serpent, every of these heads sporting a cutting-edge, geometric tiger masks that has been programed to blink and brighten in sync with teeth-rattling bass and hair-splitting synth melodies. That is to say, electro is stronger than ever on Black Tiger Sex Machine’s ferocious single “Zombie,” even when it’s kind of, in a method, undead.
“Zombie” is a monster stomper that includes Panther Matumona, aka Panther, a Zambian-born and Vancouver-raised artist and producer who takes this time to show his expertise on the mic. He provides one other layer of bossiness together with his booming rhymes, not that the tune was affected by any malnourishment. It explodes into your ears with a lightning bolt of power that would deliver any useless evening to life. It’s the primary style of what’s to return from the trio’s sophomore album, scheduled for launch on March 2.
It’s a tune that begs to be performed in a big, darkish room, and BTSM offers you that chance after they hit the highway on a North American tour in help of the new album. The trio proudly current the subsequent stage of its evolution with an enormous endeavor of sunshine and sound. BTSM and their workforce cooked up a candy setup that offers the musicians full management of the lights on the stage, across the stage, even the masks on their faces.
It’s not time-coded, like most dance exhibits, which principally means the trio has the flexibility to play mixes on the fly whereas controlling the lights to match the sound because it drops. They aren’t simply hitting play and letting a pre-programmed gentle present wow your senses. They’re crafting a singular audio-visual expertise every time they take the stage.
For tickets and extra details about the tour and the brand new album, go to BTSM online. “Zombie” is out in all places Wednesday, however you may take heed to it in full beneath, solely on Billboard Dance.