TISOKI CHANNELS OLD SCHOOL ENERGY FOR SECOND ALBUM SINGLE “HOLD ON ME” OUT NOW ON MONSTERCAT!

Tisoki gets a lot of love around these parts and for good reason – from his Sad B*tch remix for Borgore (read more here) or his recent first single “SENSITIVE” from his coming debut album we and all of you have been loving his music.

“‘HOLD ON ME’ is the dubstep track I always wanted to make but never felt comfortable enough to. Now it’s part of my album and I’m really excited to share it with the world.

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Tsoki has returned to Monstercat with a huge dark dubstep tune “HOLD ON ME” which he says is an ode to the old-school dubstep he grew up listening to. Starting off with vocals that bring me almost back to a magnetic man time, the new tune lays down classic Tisoki percussion with some awesome soft synth work gliding through the drops of the song! The echoed ad libs add a subtle layer of melodic energy to the otherwise ominous second chapter in his forthcoming LP. 

With his debut album coming out soon fans can enjoy this teaser of a track whilst awaiting what is sure to be an awesome piece of work releasing soon!

Hailing from the UK, Bradley Edwards, better known as Tisoki, now lives in LA and has been standing out in the scene thanks to his unique style and sound. His impressive catalog has earned him support from major names like DJ Snake, Excision, Skrillex and landed him performances on world-renowned stages such as Red Rocks and EDC Las Vegas.


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