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Kozmoz unveils ‘Cyber Resistance’ EP via Gud Vibrations

by Nicholas Lorenzo
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Kozmoz is back on NGHTMRE & SLANDER’s Gud Vibrations label with his latest project, Cyber Resistance EP.

Matthias Seyss, aka Kozmoz, is known his unique productions blending destructive bass drops with inventive melodies. His innovative soundscapes evoke both a sense of tension and release with an ethereal melodic quality behind the grit.  Featuring releases on Halcyon, Disciple Round Table, Bassweight Records, and Subsidia, as well as garnering support from artists such as Maruada, Dirtyphonics, and SLANDER, Kozmoz has risen as a major staple in the bass scene.

Kozmoz returns to Gud Vibrations with a massive four-track EP entitled Cyber Resistance. The titular track, which marked his debut with NGHTMRE & SLANDER‘s label, made waves with its release in early July. Featuring three new solo tracks,”Worlds Crashing,” “Infantry,” and “Demolition,” the cybernetic world permeates with the resounding and suspenseful soundscapes of Kozmoz. From the radiant vocals behind “Worlds Crashing” to the full force of “Infantry,” Kozmoz transports listeners through his vibrant world containing various timbres and tones in his modern bass music.

Kozmoz will perform at the inaugural edition of SLANDER’s Starbase Festival, taking place on October 8th and 9th, 2021.  Listen to Cyber Resistance EP by Kozmoz below, released on Wednesday, October 8th, 2021, via Gub Vibrations.

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