Instrumental Prog / Math Rock / Metal project Aurora Dream, based in Miami, Florida, has released their new single “A New Infinite” (feat. Plini & Simon Grove) on all major platforms.
Aurora Dream, the Miami, Florida-based instrumental math rock project, has released a new single titled “A New Infinite” that marks a fresh beginning and a new era for the project. The founder of the project and Venezuelan guitarist, Daniel Morales, has fused together a variety of music styles in this track through complex guitar writing and modern production techniques.
The song features the renowned Australian guitarist Plini and his bassist Simon Grove, who have contributed to the track in a way that elevates it to new heights. The song showcases an innovative approach to guitar music, fusing hyperpop, drum&bass, and glitchcore elements with instrumental guitar music. This fusion of styles creates a rich, progressive and melodic sound that stands out within the guitar scene.
With complex rhythms, catchy melodies, and innovative sound, “A New Infinite” is a track that is sure to impress even the most discerning of listeners. This track was mixed by Simon Grove and mastered by Venezuelan engineer Moises D’ Bello, and it is a testament to their musical expertise.
The track also has an interesting breakdown, featuring drum & bass beats and tapping guitars that complement each other perfectly. This unique blend of styles creates a sound that is both progressive and accessible, making it a standout track within the genre.
This release truly shows how guitar music continues to evolve and innovate, offering a lot more room for creativity and a new infinite for possibilities.
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“I was introduced to electronic music at a young age through video games and online browsing. This led me to discover artists like Aphex Twin and Boards of Canada and fueled my love for music. Over time, I became fascinated with the unique fusion of guitar music and electronics in artists like Linkin Park, Attack Attack, and more recently The Algorithm and 100Gecs just to name a few. This foundation has ultimately brought me to this point where I wanted to create my own twist on this genre, and I’m grateful to have had the help of talented artists like Plini and Simon Grove in realizing my vision,” says Daniel.
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