Dutch dubstep producer and DJ Franky Nuts presents his newest five-track EP ‘Evolution’, out now via Circus Records.
Since his last EP on the label ‘Electrix’ in 2018, he has collaborated with the likes of Doctor P, Chime and Jauz. Always keeping busy, he has since released a wealth of singles and remixes on Circus including his huge remix of Flux Pavilion’s ‘Somebody Else’ feat. GLNNA. He also appeared on Bite This and remixed the likes of Modestep and Delta Heavy. Throughout all of this, he has garnered support from media and peers alike including Illenium, Excision, Jauz, Zomboy, NGHTMRE and Zeds Dead.
All this has now culminated in his newest project, ‘Evolution’. The title track opens the EP with a minute of pure crescendo, building anticipation for the release whilst simultaneously showing Franky’s distinctive sound and style. The versatile artist collaborates on three EP tracks, once with ‘Lose Control’ featuring Danyka Nadeau which was released in April and received plaudits from peers such as 12th Planet, Dirtyphonics and SKisM.
Meanwhile, ‘Glow’ sees Franky team up with Australian vocalist and songwriter MYLKI. The singer is influenced by a variety of genres, including pop and rock and she is now forging a name for herself in electronic music having recently signed a worldwide deal with 120 Publishing.
‘Bassweight’ features the vocals of the legendary Rod Azlan, the British MC and DJ who has previously collaborated with the likes of Rusko, Barely Alive, Caspa and many more. He was voted Best Dubstep MC/Host at The Dubstep Music Awards 2011 and brings his wealth of experience to the EP.
Franky’s own track ‘Red Sky’ completes the EP as the middle track – the energetic dubstep tune is the perfect summer anthem.
All in all, ‘Evolution’ shows the versatility and unique quality of Franky Nuts and sees him shine both solo and in his collaborations. The result of the project is an EP that is a must-listen for any fans of forward-thinking melodic dubstep.