‘Flight’ is a clean and crisp production with every layer full of quality, character and a sparkle that you’d not expect from an artist still in his teens. The kick drums go seriously low into the sub frequencies and on the right speakers, will send vibrations through the deepest depths of your insides. The first break lets off an industrial-sized snare crash that introduces the no-nonsense lead that’s also not taking any prisoners. The risers slowly stretch the pitch up into the fills and the drop lets off a juggernaut of a kick drum taking the sub levels up into overload. The layers are all there for a reason and are mixed sweetly – there is no filler here. The breakdown takes the intensity down and lets loose a more atmospheric Synth that wraps around the ears and gives a rest to the powerful main drops. Alex also introduces a breakbeat, not something we see all too often in big and bold EDM – but an addition that works perfectly for ‘Flight’. The eerie synths on the breakdown lead back into the dominant main synth and we’re treated to another dose of the drop for a final explosion.