After the claim he got with his first release, “Cleave”, Bionic Waves is ready to unleash a new single titled “Commute”.
This amazing two-tracker will give you an insight into the artist’s stylish sound, creating deep ambiences with brushstrokes of progressive melodies, and create unique and inspiring themes.
The title track “Commute” is dragged by a straight 4/4 groove with a deep and melancholic brass melody, while “Tenacity” flows over a more breakbeat inspired rhythm, with sparkles of synths all over.
Out now on the digital stores, don’t miss this jam!
On his bandcamp, Bionic Waves has published the following statement regarding Commute:
“Commuting to work, day in day out. Your commute can be either frustrating, inspiring, exhausting, or very uplifting, depending on your emotional state. My commute always helps me prepare and reflect on the day, especially when listening to great music.
“On the 4th of June, my new track “Commute” will be released on all major streaming services. Expect a four-to-the-floor, glitchy, and very danceable melodic techno tune that is an audio-visual translation of my commute.
“I want to thank Loet Koreman for making a beautiful picture for this new single. It features her dad’s Olav Koreman’s amazing work: “Bol & Kubus” (Sphere & Cubic in English). My favorite piece of Olav Koreman. I’m very thankful to combine these three forms of art.”
It was somewhere in 2013, and he just played his last record. The crowd was going wild, but the fire within him extinguished. He and his music were not being one anymore.
He stopped performing and making music for almost four years and started working on his fast-growing entrepreneurial career. He had to move mountains, got betrayed and created lasting relationships. Achieved great things but also went to dark places that he never discovered. He felt scared and indestructible at the same time.
The further his journey evolved, the more he felt the need to express his own feelings and release all the tension. Then he finally got back to his old love, producing electronic music.
Being influenced by artists like Max Cooper, Rob Clouth, Jon Hopkins, Throwing Snow, Clark & Indian Wells, he reinvented his sound.
Contrasting dreamy arpeggio’s with heavy synths. Glitching percussion and continues driving rhythms. A constant tension between the dark and the enlightening. A dissimilitude between randomness and our constant urge for structure.
Bionic Waves was born.