Kontravoid Drops Addictive New Single “For What It Is”, Paving The Way To His Upcoming Album
With his latest single, Kontravoid offers a glimpse into his upcoming album, Detachment, about to be released in March this year.
Canadian Born, LA-based artist Kontravoid, known for his decade-long exploration of dark pop intricacies, has unveiled his mesmerizing new single “For What It Is,” setting the stage for his much-anticipated album, Detachment. With a release date scheduled for March 1, 2024, courtesy of Artoffact Records, the album promises to be a sonic journey through Kontravoid’s signature blend of EBM, electro, and goth influences.
The new single, “For What It Is,” is a testament to his mastery in crafting ethereal soundscapes. The track seamlessly weaves together brilliantly arpeggiated synths, brooding vocals, and ascending pop hooks. It’s a sonic tapestry that invites listeners to delve into its layers, discovering new nuances with each replay. This infectious composition showcases Kontravoid’s ability to push boundaries while staying true to the haunting, melancholic tones that define his musical identity.
Cameron Findlay, the enigmatic force behind Kontravoid, has maintained a mysterious allure since the release of the self-titled LP in 2012. Over the years, he has honed his craft, delivering albums like Too Deep (2019) and Faceless (2021), which effortlessly infiltrate the depths of dimly lit clubs, compelling even the most reluctant onlookers to dance. Another standout achievement is the 2018 EP Undone, a fan-favorite that showcases his uncanny ability to compose heart-wrenching songs with a delicate touch.
Beyond the studio, Kontravoid commands the stage with a powerful presence, balancing harsh beats and signature rhythmic bass lines in a live performance that demands the audience’s attention. Having shared stages with the likes of Boy Harsher, ADULT., Drab Majesty, and Hide, Kontravoid is a formidable force in the dark electronic arena.
With a decade of experience under his belt, Kontravoid has become an unparalleled fixture in the genre, leaving an indelible mark on the dark electronic landscape. As fans eagerly await the release of Detachment, “For What It Is” stands as a compelling introduction to what promises to be a defining chapter in Kontravoid’s musical journey.
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