Talented British newcomer Oliverse just released his fresh EP ‘Outerworld’ on Disciple Records. It features five experimental bass tracks, on which the young producer has been working for the past six months. It represents a new milestone for the artist, being the first release, ever since he started performing more frequently, which also got him a chance to see how the audience reacts to his music during the production process.
Ryan Oliphant, better known for his stage name Oliverse, was always destined for music. An emo kid at heart, the UK artist started playing guitar at a very young age, which eventually led to the exploration of producing music. In his early career he used different aliases to create bass and dubstep tracks, but ever since 2015, when he decided to shift his focus to a more experimental bass sound, he has been known as Oliverse. He released his debut EP ‘Mountains’, which he quickly followed with his single ‘Hold It Down’ alongside the highly anticipated remix from recurring collaborator, Tisoki, which earned a staple track status in Skrillex‘s sets throughout the year. He is also known for his high-energy remixes, that he made for Modestep, Dodge & Fuski and Emalkay. Because of his amazing production, the young artist has already gained huge support from legendary artists like Excision, Getter, Borgore and Diskord.
‘Outerworld‘ is a collection of five, diverse tracks, from the electro, dubby and futuristic opening track ‘My Vibe’ to the melodic basslines of ‘Unspoken’ featuring emotional vocals by Elle. No matter your bass preference, this EP has something for you. Oliverse nicely combines different elements of electro house, future bass, dubstep and more to make his unique sound. As his newest EP demonstrates, the young artist is just getting started, and he’s only going up from here.