Kill the Noise drops 'Black Magic' EP

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Kill the Noise has been tearing through releases the past couple of years. Since dropping his EP Roots in 2010, Jake Stanczak’s signed to OWSLA and released EP Kill Kill Kill, helped out with Korn’s infamous track Narcissistic Cannibal, teamed up with Datsik for the single Lightspeed as well as providing remixes for guys like Porter Robinson and Nero. Now, he’s got another notch for the discog’ belt: the new EP Black Magic.

Released last week, Kill the Noise told Billboard that he’s mixed things up a bit with Black Magic. So what does the EP offer? “A lot more musicality,” Stanczak explained. “I spent a lot of time trying to do things at different tempos. Our last EP was mostly dubstep and a little bit of electro-house and all that. This record is a little less dubstep and a little more different genres and a lot more musical. There’s a complete piano ballad at the end of it and I set out to explore more of my musical ability, showcasing that skill.”

“I tried to do a lot of different things on there,” he continued. “I actually worked with a choir called the Sunday Night Singers. I drove up north with a buddy of mine and a bunch of mics and recorded with these guys. We had the full choir singing the intro.” The seven-track EP also features an appearance from fellow Future Music Festival name Feed Me – stream the whole thing below.

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