Conscious Pilate – Crystal Spiders | BASSCVLT’s Break Necks Not Hearts Compilation Release [Track Write-Up]

Conscious Pilate Fuses Tech w/ Orchestral Bass on His NEW “Crystal Spiders” Release via BASSCVLT’s Break Necks Not Hearts Compilation

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Conscious Pilate adds a futuristic, dystopian, and wildly creative addition to the BASSCVLT‘s talent-studded lineup of tracks Break Necks Not Heart compilation that was released on Valentine’s Day via his “Crystal Spiders” track.

Crystal Spiders” polymers ultra-tech vocals, orchestral elements, and captivating basslines that pull the track together as a creation for the books. From start to finish, it’s hard to not take your attention away from the staggering ability to make you headbang, but also its mesmerizing appeal of fusing future and past styles of music.

The intro sets the pace via its A.I. vocals of what sounds to be a conservation of spiders and the benefit they bring to the larger ecosystem and how they survive as spiders. Then, before the chaos ensues, we are met with a crescendo build, instrumental layering of orchestral pieces, then boom… the bass unfolds in its beautiful textbook fashion.

Conscious Pilate has been adding severe knockout originals and remixes to his discography lately and “Crystal Spiders” is another testament to that notion he is here for the taking and means business.

Get ready for whirlwind of electronic creativity and otherworldly talent as “Crystal Spiders” is OUT NOW exclusively on BASSCVLT’s Break Necks Not Hearts compilation.

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