Zoska delivers funky bass vibes on brand new ‘Zest’ EP: Listen

With a musical background steeped in the influences of the American Midwest, Zoska grew up playing the piano, ukulele, and saxophone before she filtered her musical motivations through Ableton. Now the rising producer delivers four brand-new compositions that reveal her varied talents and abilities all brought together by the bass-heavy rhythms of the collection.

While dance music is far from stagnant, often the desire to write the perfect festival anthem can overshadow the ability to bring together different influences and styles so as to not upset the gatekeepers of the community. Zoska has no reservations about these concerns as her brand new Zest EP is a musical journey through styles and sounds, delivering hard-hitting productions alongside jazzy interludes and melodic breakdowns, much like the vast musical canvasses that artists such as Pretty Lights and GriZ have utilized throughout their storied careers.

When I started producing, I had no idea what to expect, but I fell in love with all of it. I come from a huge music background and was the definition of a band geek… still am. I discovered the world of EDM, and I knew then that I wanted to create something unique to who I am and blend the worlds I love. This EP is a collection of some of my early tunes all the way to recent tracks, and I can’t thank Subcarbon enough for embracing the sound I’ve always been. I am so excited to be a part of the family, and I can’t wait for you to hear who zoska is

Delivered via Subcarbon Records, the honesty and experimentation of Zoska shine through on every track as she expertly navigates the twists and turns of her musical backgrounds from measure to measure. From the opening keys of Keep Up through the final hits of iDnB, listeners will be pleasantly surprised by all the nuances and musical journeys that the Zest EP is sure to take them on.

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Avid music fan, and avid music producer! Producer and songwriter for NOHC.