Dark, dank, and trippy, Floret Loret has dropped a doozy of a bass EP in his release In Maroon. The EP is more than just an imaginative 4-track experience that explores the deep crevasses of experimental bass, it’s symbolic as to how far he’s come and the positive reputation he’s built for himself. “Submerged,” kicks the vibe off with some gritty basslines and enchanting synths, a great opener as to what’s to come thereafter on this journey. “Blackbox Jellyfish,” gets heavier with a highly technical structure and all-around strong production work, the track dabbles a bit more in the experimental nature at hand here and isn’t shy about displaying it. “Fish Hop,” the single that helped tease the EP showcases some of the best mixing/mastering, synth-design, and arrangement of all, the chill drum work and thumping bass making the head-bob throughout. Dirty and unrelenting, this track hits the spot. Last but not least is, “Depths,” which closes out the ride with a more introspective, tripper take of the common theme found throughout In Maroon.
Floret Loret has been killing the game since 2017, each release helping the artist get put more on the map and gaining him the right type of attention. Labels like Deadbeats, mau5trap, Quality Goods Records, and Bassrush have been more than willing to sign his music, garnering a nice fanbase which continues to grow to this day. He’s played events like Okeechobee and EDC, the intense performances becoming known for it’s quite entrancing experience.
In Maroon EP is not something to be skipped over, thanks for Floret Loret.