White Shadow- “I’m Killing Me”

Written by Samantha McCallum

August 8, 2011 3:48 pm

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This is the producer who co wrote 9 tracks on Lady Gaga’s album,”Born This Way” and has made popular music more exciting. American born, White Shadow creates an E.P. as dark as a Black Hole. The best tracks on the E.P kicks off with a very aggressive “I’m Killing me”. Expect a punchy low end kick drum┬ácombined with┬áresonating basslines and trigger happy artificial sounding organ and strings. “Born In Detroit” (Detroit known for as the birth place of Techno), contains a grimy blend of its trademark loud rhythm, sliding distorted organ. If Lady Gaga happens to be your guilty pleasure, then White Shadow is the main reason why. It’s rare to encounter a versatile dance music producer that can create pop music whilst using original Detroit styles for filthy techno. Watch out for White Shadow this summer.


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