Bailatronic Ep 2 Now Out!

Bailatronic Ep 2 Now Out!

Ranidu IS A Big Deal – Every generation has its own history makers and ours is lucky enough to have its buncha heros and Ranidu is No Doubt a force that further built our electronic music scene at home!

A pioneer of electronic music from our island , his time in the music scene has seen him release three platinum-selling albums and he’s performed in 15 countries, including a performance at the Sydney Opera House.  He was also the first ever Lankan artist to perform at Ultra Music Festival and Coachella.

He is supported by the worlds top DJs including Steve Aoki, Carnage, Tommy Sunshine, Firebeatz, Zane Lowe and Nihal (BBC Radio1) ,Yasser (BBC Asian network) and had released remixes with support on major EDM publications too.

Released via Indie-Pop, this 3 track Ep just dropped last night and we think the sound on this is very big, not forgetting its very futuristic Asian bass. You will find elements of trap on this Ep and we think Ranidu has carved out more than just a singular sonic signature with this release.

Every single OWNS its very own signature that any Lankan can relate to especially “Turn Up Da Bass” will remind you of the “Punchi Punchi Wattaka” classic, at least the start and mid sections of it..very, creative man!  Go ahead and check it out and dont forget to share and support the Ep by purchasing it too! Links below

 

iTunes

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Spotify 

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