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Ghastly Takes Listeners On A Bass-Heavy Journey Through His Debut Album ‘The Mystifying Oracle’

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Over the past four years, Ghastly, real name David Lee Crow, has come a ridiculously long way from singing in death metal band The Irish Front and sleeping in a van and to international touring packing out festivals. Having released 15+ singles and numerous collabs since 2014, today Ghastly has started a new chapter in his quickly growing career with the release of his debut album The Mystifying Oracle.

For someone who’s never released an EP, let alone a full length project, we’re incredibly impressed at this cohesiveness of this latest offering. Featuring influences from dubstep to electro to future bass, it’s apparent that Ghastly has put in an incredible amount of work to reach the current evolution of his unique house-centric production style. While included on the album are the recently released tracks “LSD”, “Fake U Out” and “Black Mamba”, listeners can expect a beautiful sonic journey through lush crescendos, distorted, bass heavy drops, unexpected tempo changes and soft melodic transitions throughout the entirety of this brand new 13-track project. Check out Ghastly’s debut album The Mystifying Oracle below and make sure to catch him on tour in a city near you (dates & tickets here). Enjoy!

Ghastly - The Mystifying Oracle 

Ghastly Shares Heavy New Bass House Single “Black Mamba”


2018 is definitely shaping up to be a good year for Ghastly. Having dropped a steady succession of incredible singles over the past year, today he’s only added to his streak with the release of his brand new single “Black Mamba”.

Following up his most recent single “LSD” and a heavy trap collab with Barely Alive, it seems Ghastly has taken a turn back toward bass house with this latest offering. Filled with shrill, eerie synths, incredibly abrasive dubstep-inspired sound design and deep, pulsing bass. Watch out for that second drop and expect to hear this played out on Ghastly’s Mystifying Oracle Tour, which took off yesterday (April 19). Check out “Black Mamba” below and make sure to catch Ghastly in a city near you, tickets here. Enjoy!

Ghastly - Black Mamba

Ghastly & Barely Alive Team Up On Heavy Trap Heater “Fake U Out”

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Both Ghastly and Barely Alive are known for their extreme high energy when it comes to production and their live sets. Today, the two champions of in your face bass music come together to release their first collaboration to date, “Fake U Out.”

“Fake U Out” stays true to its title. During the moments leading up to the first drop, we were certain the two were going to throw us into a maniacal bass house beat. But within just two measures of that drop, the track pivots into skull rattling trap banger.

From then on it almost sounds like Ghastly and Barely Alive are switching back and forth between two different tracks, like a DJ throwing the crossfader back and forth. That specific style is a very unique way of sharing a collaboration, and it’s executed perfectly by these two.

Crowds always loved to be “faked out” during live sets, and we can bet that we’re going to be hearing this one get dropped heavily on the festival circuit this year. Prepare yourselves and enjoy!

Ghastly & Barely Alive - Fake U Out

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