Upcoming Artist CYANO's Song 'Beast of Exteroxia' is an Indulging Course of Contemporary EDM
January 16, 2021 at 01:44 AM EST
The sounds of electronic dance music in upcoming music producer and DJ, CYANO’s newly released song, ‘Beast of Exteroxia’ is a contemporary rhythmic progression
Detroit, Jan 15, 2021 (Issuewire.com) - DJ and music producer CYANO is presenting an intense scope of musical expertise with his intriguing wisdom and creative knowledge. Working across the space of contemporary electronic dance music, he has been dynamic in introducing his audiences to a soundscape that is an extension of his persona. His newly released song, 'Beast of Exteroxia' is an integrated progression of modern-day rhythmic and sound qualities that come together in a musical celebration. The song is featured in his album, Empathix, and elevates his music scope towards a direction of artistic liberation.
The artist utilizes a variety of diverse tonal and rhythmic properties that make his music stand out. His songs carry the personality of an energetic device that carries the audience towards complete mental and recreational resonance. 'Beast of Exteroxia' was released through his digital label, Emotric Music that provides him a platform to exemplify his work. Ethan Bonser has been in the music scene since 2019 and his other songs include 'Animexria', 'Shutting Down', 'Extrexia', and 'Borderexia'.
28-year-old artist CYANO was born and raised in Michigan and is also known by his other name Nightcore DX on the digital platform. His introspection of EDM and dubstep is invasive while his new EP is up for a release that will infuse EDM and chillstep strains. He hails all EDM artists as inspirations for his musical entity. He is constantly improving his sound quality, emerging as one of the best homegrown artists of the relevant genre. Follow his work on Spotify, Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter to know more about his latest releases.
Just go for this track 'Beast of Exteroxia' by CYANO:
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