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counsel pop Drops Insane New Tune Via MAD ZOO – ‘trino’ (counsel’s mental mix) [Premiere]

Mat Zo is a man of mystery who is made up of many layers. When Mat drops a new track, nobody ever really knows what to expect. To celebrate his wonderfully eclectic style, Mat created his own imprint MAD ZOO to feature artists who share his love for the unexpected. Today we have the privilege and pleasure of bringing you a real standout from MAD ZOO – an out of this world new track by counsel pop which will close out his new EP ‘counsel pop presents' releasing on April 20.

Honoring The Legends

counsel pop's ‘mental mix' of ‘trino' evokes a strong sense of dance music's past while simultaneously tapping into its future. The intro of the track features atmospheric haze and background chatter while a slow but infectious hook begins to pull the listener in. The use of otherworldly vocal samples is instantly relatable to that of The Chemical Brothers or Aphex Twin. Soon though the song evolves into a mess of beautiful insanity.

Viewing What's To Come

When the mental mix truly starts to get going, liquid DnB elements fuse with break-beat arrangements making for a wonderfully weird mess of brilliant sound design. counsel pop really shines here – he brings so many elements together the result should be pure chaos and a smattering of noise. Instead, through his expert hand, he makes sense out of the insanity and chaos, pulling a truly cohesive work of art out of what would otherwise be nonsense. Just as the track began, it fades out with a pensive, shimmering outro which brings the listener back down to earth.

While you can check out this beauty below, it deserves to be added to your personal collection. You can purchase this track HERE. While you wait for the drop of his new EP on 4/20 follow counsel pop on socials to stay up to date with his releases and new developments.

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