Low Poly Lands on mau5trap with ‘Dreamstate’

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Low Poly breathes life into the new year by taking listeners to a Dreamstate with his two latest tunes that have found their way to mau5trap!


Since first leaving his mark on one of deadmau5’s most profound imprints, Low Poly has elevated his presence with some fantastic releases. In 2019, he graced listeners with “Afters,” a complex, high-intensity track featured mau5trap’s We Are Friends Vol. 9 and followed that up in 2020 with releases on Jadu Dala and Alter/Ego. Now, he’s preparing everyone for blast off this year by returning to mau5trap for a fresh two-track release dubbed Dreamstate.

Throughout both tracks on the release, Low Poly intertwines elements from future garage and experimental reaches of dance music to create a soundscape that is truly memorable. The lead track, “Mine,” features a soothing vocal layered over its beat that is brimming with drums and synths to will captivate anyone who listens and put them into a trance. Title track “Dreamstate” arrives next with a touch of bass in tow as it dominates the senses with vibrant sounds, guitar elements, and melodic vocals to take it to the next level.

Dreamstate is about ephemeral connections and deja-vu. It’s club music for flickering synapses. Melodies from the tip of your tongue. I hope it keeps you warm pushing into the new year.

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If these two tracks from Low Poly are any indication of what’s to come, we can’t wait to see what the future has in store for him as we dive deeper into the new year. But for now, be sure to tune in to the Dreamstate EP on Spotify or your favorite platform, and tell us your thoughts in the comments below!

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Natalia Pourazar is an electronic music enthusiast who discovered the genre in 2008 and has since attended a variety of music festivals including Nocturnal Wonderland, Electric Daisy Carnival, Hard Summer, and more. She resides in Southern California after graduating from San Francisco State University obtaining her BA in Communications and Journalism Media. Her passion for electronic music led her to travel across the country to Spain where she studied media as well. Pourazar’s time in the Bay Area allowed for a love for intimate tech house shows to grow, while growing up in SoCal she was devoted to a larger basshead community. She has attended and worked for Insomniac Events in the past which has led to the development of boundless love for shows like EDC, Okeechobee, Escape, and more. Now, she’s intertwined her skills in media writing with her passion for dance music by joining the EDM Identity team.

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