I’m already missing summer and it’s not even over yet… #SummerLove #SummerTimeBlues
Mitch Bilodeau, better known as Scatz, is a well known up-and-comer and fixture of the underground EDM movement in New England, Connecticut. Creating a following through shows, bass heavy melodic DJ mix’s, and self-released music, he is now collaborating with MalLabel Music on his first signed album. For someone who has only been producing for short two years, his skill level reflects that of a seasoned musician. Invoking similar vibes to Eoto, Pretty Lights, RJD2, and Resonant Mind, every track from his debutCelestial Seas reflects Scatz’ diverse influences and broad musical tastes.
Each and every track off Celestial Seas is completely unique and different from the last, together this collection paints a portrait of Scatz’ personal musical journey. Swick incorporates trap style drum patterns, dubstep-esque bass-lines, and bouncy leads making a solid dance floor ready future bass anthem, while TradeMyThingsForWings brings together trance style synth melodies and punchy kick drums to create a cerebral psychedelic groove. Scatz proves himself as a well rounded producer with a style that is unfixed to any specific genera, yet leaves listeners resonating with a distinctly recognizable sound that is one-of-a-kind.
Artwork by Tiger Fresh
cover art for Marvel Comics’ the Transformers, Vol. 1 (1984), #s 1-5.
the Transformers, Vol. 1 # 01 - cover by Bill Sienkiewicz.
the Transformers, Vol. 1 # 02 - cover by Michael Golden.
the Transformers, Vol. 1 # 03 - cover by Mike Zeck.
the Transformers, Vol. 1 # 04 - cover by Mark Texiera.
the Transformers, Vol. 1 # 05 - cover by Mark Bright.
The series ended up going to 80 issues, putting its humble beginnings as a 4 issue miniseries in perspective.
Lucy In The Sky With Diamonds
the women are the strong ones, truly.
yes adventure time. explain colonialism and racial imperialism to children and high niggas.