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Fresh off of his free release of ‘Drop The Bomb’, electro-house champion Far Too Loud has set June 3rd to be the release date of his heavily talked about and anticipated ‘Faster Than Light EP’. Through ‘No Tomorrow Recordings’, Oli Cash, the mastermind behind this agressive dance-floor beast, has gained a massive following from the complex stylings of each track. The complexity is only boosted by the fast paced, grooving beats and the massive, funky bass lines.

The ‘Faster Than Light EP’ includes all of Far Too Loud’s unique style to create what may just be his best album yet. ‘Cyberton’ is the first track on the EP and features an epic build up to a bass line that is bound to cause spontaneous jumping from the whole crowd. Next is the track ‘Light Sticks’: This upbeat banger uses a repetitive, slamming bass line to create this soon to be dance-floor favorite. The track ‘Faster Than Light’, for which the EP is named after, features a vocal snippet by Morgan Freeman which already boosts this track up before even getting to the drop. The song leans on the electro side while still incorporating Far Too Loud’s signature style. The last track to grace the EP is ‘Trailmixing’. This is a revamped, restyled, heavier hitting ‘600 Hundred Years’ that was featured on his last release, ‘Firestorm EP’.

Altogether, the ‘Faster Than Light EP’ is looking to be one of the top electro-house EP’s of the year, and coming from Far Too Loud, we shouldn’t expect anything less.

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