KRANE has been a FUXWITHIT favorite since well before he had the A in his name. His ability to move between devastating trap and vibrant future bass is matched by few in the industry. This knack is what is on clear display throughout his latest album Fallout. The 10 track effort provides something for every type of KRANE fan. Looking for emotional future bass? See ‘Feel It,’ ‘Nobody But You,’ and ‘Titan.’ Trying to experience insane dark trap coupled with future feels? ‘Next World’ and ‘Forgotten’ are sure to quench that thirst. For me KRANE is best when he’s at his rawest. This is best exemplified on ‘PCP’ and ‘Hollow’. The former is an updated rendition of his previously released collaboration of the same name with B. Lewis. The additional vocals from Nick Row add a layer of dopeness I didn’t know was possible. The original was absolutely insane. This is absolutely insane². ‘Hollow’ sees KRANE colliding with Slumberjack for a match made in trap heaven. Wordly tones are combined with a cinematic build that’s topped off with actual film samples. Robin Williams from Good Morning, Vietnam to be precise. The clever sample gives way to battle cry that is nothing short of sinister. It’s 100 thousand robotic elephants crushing cities and shooting lazers from their eyes. Somehow softening things up, the track’s conclusion feels like a sunrise in a grassy valley. With the release KRANE stated, “FALLOUT is as much a celebration of where my sound is today as it is a recognition that I will leave part of it behind now that this album is in the wild. After putting together this collection, I know I cannot repeat it, and I have to say good bye to part of myself as a producer in pursuit of newness.” Where he’s at is pretty stellar but we can’t wait for what the future holds.
Stream Fallout below and grab it via Dim Mak.