Calcium debuts on Disciple Records with "Dissolve" EP

Calcium debuts on Disciple Records with the release of "Dissolve" EP consisting of a total of four productions.

Disciple Records continues to surprise with the great pace they have of pitches. In just over a month we have been able to appreciate Sample Pack de barely alive, Modestep and Bandlez, in addition to Leotrix's debut with Visions of the Leo EP. Few labels can hold up to this rate of releases, not only for quantity, but for quality, which is admirable for Disciple.

Calcium, from Texas is a Dubstep producer in which his musical career speaks for itself. In XNUMX he was unveiled thanks Skull Vault EP through Never Say Die Records. From that moment he has been growing more and more until seeing him in his maximum splendor. We have seen him support high caliber artists like Kayzo, Liquid Stranger, Subtronics or Excision among others. And making an appearance on stamps like Cyclops Records, DPMO or even collaborating with Kayzo on Welcome Records. All this work without ceasing, has served him to have the opportunity to debut in Disciple Records.


Presents Dissolve EP made up of 4 dubstep tracks mixed with interesting riddim sounds and aggressive components. The title of the track, Dissolves, begins with a soft intro accompanied by a female vowel, breaking with a mix of futuristic sounds and gunshots that make our heads go crazy. In the second drop we appreciate something similar to the previous one, but this time a Psytrance base is added making us jump from our houses.

The second production is Exquisite starting with an intro similar to Dissolves, but this time adding more euphoria. Even becoming the most violent song in the entire compilation. Third we have Blessed, for many of the listeners, it is the favorite production of the EP. A track that stands out for being more experimental than the others, with a melody similar to that of Among Us along with a mixture of dubstep sounds that we have already heard previously in other songs by Calcium.

Last we have Old school, with a beginning of the song in which you hear the sound of an alarm, in which little by little a rhythmic riddim base appears. Where the production breaks the schemes, with strong elements that seem to come from hell itself.

Disciple has received hundreds of positive comments through social networks talking about this excellent work of Calcium. He has had an exceptional entry into one of the great dubstep labels Do you think Calcium has been a good signing for Disciple? We say yes.

It is now available Dissolve EP on all platforms.