When it comes to producing bass music, no one possesses an imaginative sense of sound design quite like Gl0bal. Steeming from the mind of Mickhel Patterson, this Canadian artist has cultivated a signature style that melts elements of dubstep, trap, drill, and other genres seamlessly together. His bass-fueled recipe has garnered support from prominent names in the electronic space, such as Excision, Tiësto, DJ Snake, and others.
Reaching over 3 million streams on Spotify alone, Gl0bal has proved to be a dominant force in the bass scene. Recently, he has built hype toward his debut album Judgement Day, by releasing the electrifying singles “Demon Hours” and “Pain” from it. Now, he delivers the full album, which tells features a riveting storyline and a barrage of heavy bass.
Speaking on the compilation, Gl0bal shares, “‘Judgement Day’ is not just a mere assortment of bangers randomly thrown together – the idea of this album is for you to listen to it in full and bask in the cinematic journey that I am trying to evoke. For some this could be a horror story, for others, it could be a feel-good narrative – regardless, ‘Judgement Day’ fully encapsulates the Gl0bal sound and artistic vision.”
Throughout the LP, there are a ton of collaborative artists, like hard-hitting rappers Armanni Rain and London-based Big Jest. Each track dives into a different area of Gl0bal’s music-making abilities. For example, “Run” is a celestial hard-trap anthem while “Judgement” is overflowing with industrial soundscapes, thrilling 808s, and an emphatic drop. As a whole, Judgement Day is a groundbreaking project for Gl0bal and signifies his continuous expansion across the darker side of EDM.
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