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Rising bass producer Rausch makes his mark on new single ‘Cherry Blossom’


NelsonG

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Quickly rising bass producer Rausch based out of Worcester, Massachusetts just released a brand new single on the Arcadium Project titled ‘Cherry Blossom.’ The record is as tantalizing as it sounds.

As the record commences, listeners are met with glistening synths as if you had just embarked upon a journey through some sort of crystal lair in which turning back is not an option. As the record begins to pickup soft hymns of ear candy, swirling risers, and hefty kicks and percussion make they’re way into the mix. As the record builds up towards its climax a burst of finely modulated synths unload upon the listener for a bass driven exploration into sound.

Rausch truly nails ‘Cherry Blossom’ to a tee from beginning to end. From a mesmerizing intro that swiftly brings listeners into the fold while keeping them entranceed and hitting them with a profusion of bass, Rausch clearly distinguishes his sound from all of those around him.

Listen to ‘Cherry Blossom’ below.

This article was first published on Your EDM. Source: Rising bass producer Rausch makes his mark on new single ‘Cherry Blossom’

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