If you’ve ever been to a Wastefellow show (if you haven’t, what’s wrong with you? Go fix that problem as soon as you can) you’ll know that his music is multi-dimensional.
One minute you’re swaying, getting lost in his soaring vocals and synths, the next you’re moving to a four-to-the-floor kick. There’s even elements of trap and hip hop thrown in there for good measure, but each part of his sound is purposeful.
His recent project on Soft Boy Records ‘Post Human Potential‘ was a representation of his diversity.
His latest song ‘On the Dry’ is far more club-ready, shadows of which can be seen on tracks like ‘Hold Hands‘, but not at this accessible level. He’s peaking his head out of the underground on this one, as he puts it, “I think this one is simultaneously my heaviest and poppiest outing to date”.