Track By Track: Enschway - Friendschway

Track By Track: Enschway - Friendschway

Some big tunes from one of the country's most promising new producers.

In 2016, everyone's a trap DJ and everyone's a trap producer. Which is fine. It's what happens. And it also means you've simply gotta be better to stand out, and in this case of Cronulla-based producer Enschway, he's doing everything right to get away from the crowd and stand head and trap arms above the rest. We loved Papercuts a while back, and after unleashing his LOLO BX colab earlier in the week, has today dropped the full Friendschway EP. It's only a short three tracks, but within those tracks he brings a freshness to the trap/dubstep scene that bodes incredibly well for the future. Take a listen below, and read a few notes about each colab underneath it, and make sure you catch him on his upcoming EP tour, proudly brought to you by his brand new booking buddies - Maker.

COUNTING ON YOU: This was a track me and Brett (LOLO BX) made in the studio throwing back and fourth ideas for the day. We tried to get that classic future-bass sound with a twist of our own sounds.

BRING IT BACK: Holly sent me some stems which were crazy and wild. I then added my own twist where we then went back and forth for a while until we came up with the final experimental trap/future-bass fusion. 

TIMEZONE: We just wanted to make a banger so I guess we just kept working on it until we fused both of our genres together to make a synthy, dub, sample-filled song.

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