Adrenalin a.k.a Joshua, a 22 year old EDM Producer/DJ, takes pride in taking his music from one extreme to the next through great Melodic and bass thumping beats in which people of all walks of music relate to. He also handles the electronica section with Ashwamedh (Won the Silver for India in the Best Rock Song category at the Indiego Asian Music Awards 2011-2012, Asia’s one of the biggest Music Awards.)
Adrenalin began producing music at the age of 17. Later on being influenced by the likes of Skrillex, M4$onic, Dimitri Vegas and Like Mike, deadmau and madeon and many others, from there he’s gone through many creative phases that helped shape his craft into a versatile art form. Over the years he’s been honing his skills by publishing his work on various online markets and gaining the likes and hearts of the audience who hear it.
Adrenalin combines the electronic and the organic, beauty, aggression, sensuality and catchiness, with the ability to find its home in your headphones as easily as on the Deejay’s turntable. The “Tranquil” EP ranges from Progressive House to Dubstep.
The music is amazingly crafted; every last song is a result of pure emotion and determination. Determination to get each song just the way he wants it. When someone is this determined and devoted, it really shows in the final version.
First off, Adrenalin is definitely catchy and poppy. There is no doubting this. Some of the songs, like the fun-infused, synthetic cracker “Come On” and the keyboard driven, “Is This Heaven”, are high energy affairs that allow you to bob your head and dance along.
However, the variety of song structures, the use of synths, the processed bass effects, and throbbing programmed drum beats, used on “Xplode”, “Tranquil” and “Xcalated”, all come together to produce something that doesn’t skimp on either the serious House or Dubstep side.
The tracks are highly produced, highly polished, crisp and punchy. If I had to single out a favorite track, it would probably be “Is This Heaven” (I’m a sucker for tight bass lines, pianos and sweetly clear melodies), but the EP is amazing as a whole.
Though only a 5-track EP, there is almost something for everybody here, no matter what your electronic tastes may be defined as. The record is easy to listen to from start to finish and that’s a quality that really solidifies an EP or Album for me.
If you’re looking for something to jam to, workout to, dance to, or just plain rattle your subwoofers, this is it!