Firepower Records continues to release epic EP’s one after another especially from electronic duo Rise At Night. This is EP is called “Lady Killa“.
Rise At Night consists of Fiorella, a.k.a. drum ‘n’ bass producer/vocalist Messinian, and Lliam Taylor, a.k.a. producer Kezwik who makes music for when the stars are out, the speakers are on and the crowds are gyrating. They stir up a tornado of electro, dubstep, house, hip-hop, rock, ragga, moombahcore, trap, drum ‘n’ bass and everything else under the sun for a sound that’s as malleable as it is magnificent.
The four-track LADY KILLA EP bounces from aggressive dubstep bombast to sexy, sweaty, hip-hop-influenced electro. You can feel that razor’s edge on “Armed and Dangerous,” a potent salvo featuring MC Zulu. The track is also paired with a remix from none other than FIREPOWER label head Datsik for a whirlwind remake. Elsewhere, title track “Lady Killa” speaks directly to the girls in the audience with a seductive synth swell and panty-dropping bass. The blip-heavy track also comes fully loaded with a remix from Los Angeles-based producer Whiiite. “Catfight” closes the LADY KILLA EP with a slowed-down, but equally menacing burner featuring Ze on vocal duties.
“From the moment we met, it felt like collaborating was meant to be,” says Fiorella of forming Rise At Night. “He’s like my brother. We can practically read each other’s minds. Our vision is to produce music in all genres while remaining true to our bass music roots. We want to exist in any lane we choose while wearing our musical influences on our sleeves and constantly evolving. That’s the long-term vision.”