Published on July 16th, 2018 | by Jameelah "Just Jay" Wilkerson0
Bird Peterson – Infinity Molasses
Austin’s proclaimed “Wizard Of The Dance Scene” producer, Bird Peterson boasts a reputable resume with releases on notable labels such as Warner Bros, Atlantic, Ed Banger, Mad Decent, Sony, Teenage Riot Records, and quite a few others. His success continues in having shared the stage with great talents such as Diplo, Tiesto, Wolfgang Gartner, T.I, Death From Above 1979, Lil Wayne, MSTRKRFT, DJ AM, Craze, The Bloody Beetroots, Rusko, Chase & Status, and many more. Peterson’s previous project with Diplo’s Mad Decent label included the trunk popping alias Drankenstein, which started a worldwide phenomenon and is established as one of the key proponents in the birth of the Trap movement.
So far Bird has had a busy year, gearing up for his long-awaited album release Inifinty Molasses. Out now, via Toronto/LA-based label Teenage Riot Records, the album includes previously released singles, “Conflict Resolution” and “Floor Shaker,” which features appearances by Shack, Bleubird, and Jabrjaw. A long-awaited album for listeners, the album represents one of Bird’s biggest projects to date, featuring 13 new tracks and additional features from Protextor, Anastasia, Astronautalis, and Saxaphone Robot. Infinity Molasses successfully delivers heavy-hitting tribal beats, to late-night club-bumping electronica -bass, and everything between for the devotees of dance music.
A cohesive project from beginning to end, Infinity Molasses- immediately grabs listeners attention on the albums first cut, “Disco Is the Devil.” Peterson initially offers a thrilling conglomerate of electro and disco sound, before transforming the track’s production arrangement to a grimy hip-hop rave carnival, topped with some bars from Protextor and island vibes from Anastasia. Providing a sonically diverse composition, the project proves a masterful fusion of a myriad of genres from Drum n’ Bass to Hip-Hop to electro-house, that are all intertwined with contemporary influences, making for a cohesive sound which fans of Reggae, Techno, Trap, and everything in between can get behind.
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