Conrad Clifton’s latest Beautiful Tragedy album was flawlessly delicious, tackling a number of genres in one vibrant swoop so it was only fitting that the album’s first remix EP would do the same. Showcasing a variety of talent, Clifton has hand picked five up and comers to put their own spins on his hit single “Nitemare”. While the
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We’ve been fans of Conrad Clifton over the past few months and have kept tabs on his latest releases “Infinity Pool” and “Prince of Crown Heights”. The NYC genre-defying producer has now compiled those releases as part of his stunning 9-track album Beautiful Tragedy. The album is a diverse arrangement of modern EDM with tracks ranging from future
Brooklyn has some heat coming from electronic producer Conrad Clifton. This guy impressed me within the first 30 seconds. “Nitemare” marks the second release off his debut album “Beautiful Tragedy.” The record features vocals by rapper Knesecary, and this guy goes in. Showing a completely alternate side to Conrad Clifton with its deep synths and […]
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Black Marble Collective is back and ready to blow your mind with their latest Vol. 5 compilation. Representing artists from Russia, Austria, Spain, and more, Vol. 5 takes you on a journey of heavy hitting bass, trap and future soundscapes. The 17 track compilation is a sure fire example of the kind of intricate and
Conrad Clifton is back with another powerful record. This time, “Pusher Maaan” the latest release by the Brooklyn native, features a Jersey Club kick pattern at first but slowly molds into a smooth chill trap original. The smooth new original by Clifton proves yet again that this dude has beats for days, keep him on your radar and stay tuned for forthcoming Do U EP out May 19th!
This one is trippy. Conrad Clifton is a Brooklyn DJ & Produce who released a new Freebie earlier today titled “Skyliight” that features a clear influence from Flying Lotus. I’m really loving the abstract use of sounds that were sampled in the percussion section [all sorts of clicks, clacks, booms & baps] and the warm lead synthesizer sounds like something that should be used as the soundtrack for the space orientated T.V. program, Cosmos. All in all, if Conrad Clifton isn’t yet on your musical radar now is the time to check him out – stream his latest release, “Skyliight”
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