After taking some time off in 2014 to hit the studio, Chicago-based bass producer Stratus is back in a big way this spring. He has just unleashed “The Collider,” a fiery big room/progressive house tour de force that marks his second single of 2015.
Something of a science buff, Stratus named this track “The Collider” because he felt that it was reminiscent of the Large Hadron Collider, with the transformation from the melody into the anxious buildup, and finally the enormous drop, resembling the way particles behave in CERN’s machine.
This versatile young artist touches on a wide variety of genres with his enthralling, bass-laden productions, where complex melodies pave the way for striking, dancefloor-friendly drops. With releases on Ultra Records, OWSLA, and Smog under his belt, Stratus has decided to strike out on his own, and will be independently releasing more singles and an EP in the coming months.
Stream & Download “The Collider” HERE
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