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Rankz Drops Mind-Bending 4-Track EP: ‘Can’t Escape’

Emerging as a rising star in the bass music realm, RANKZ has made a formidable entrance onto the scene, signing with the prestigious Subcarbon Records for his latest EP, “Can’t Escape.” This bold and bass-heavy manifesto marks his official leap into the spotlight. “Can’t Escape” follows the release of his single “Alien Technology” in July and his 3-track EP ‘BURN’ in June. With its seismic energy, this 4-track soundscape promises to shake sound systems and eardrums alike. You can now stream and download the ‘Can’t Escape’ EP on all major platforms via Subcarbon Records.

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STREAM / DOWNLOAD: RANKZ – “CAN’T ESCAPE” EP [SUBCARBON RECORDS]

The EP opens with its eponymous track, “Can’t Escape,” a collaborative effort with BRAINWAVEZ. It immediately immerses listeners in a world of suspense and anticipation, leading to a powerful bass drop that lingers long after the music stops. Sharp, rhythmic percussive elements punctuate the track, providing a pulse-pounding introduction to the auditory journey ahead.

The adrenaline surges further with “WTF Is Up.” Clocking in at just under 2 minutes, this audacious piece stands out in the collection. Its mesmerizing sequences seamlessly transform into a heart-pounding climax, resounding with deep, resonant bass lines that are unmistakably RANKZ.

“This EP carries a dual message. It symbolizes the struggle to challenge societal norms within our current simulation, while also serving as a reminder of life’s brevity. I want it to urge people to make the most of our time and experiences while also recognizing that this life is finite.”

-RANKZ

“Oblivion” offers an intergalactic sonic journey, transporting listeners to otherworldly dimensions where the lines between the known and the unknown blur. The track exudes an eerie and captivating charm, showcasing RANKZ’s storytelling prowess through sound.

Concluding the EP is “OMG,” a track that embodies RANKZ’s signature bass nuances. This final number is filled with an eclectic mix of beats that both challenge and satisfy the auditory palates of bass enthusiasts.

With each new release, RANKZ solidifies his mastery and commitment to shaping new horizons in bass music, infusing it with his unique experimental touch. This latest musical endeavor serves as an exciting tour de force of sound and sets a precedent for what to expect from this creative force as we move into 2024 and beyond.

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ABOUT RANKZ — RANKZ burst onto the music scene with his debut track “Gravity” on Spaceyacht Records, earning immense support from the bass music community. He consistently pushes the boundaries of what he calls “palatable experimental bass music.” Following the success of “Gravity,” RANKZ delivered a series of impressive releases on Bassrush Records and Jauz’s Bite This Records, earning opportunities to perform alongside esteemed artists like Jauz, Ghastly, Subtronics, PhaseOne, Feed Me, Level UP, Tvboo, and more. He made his festival debut at Hard Summer 2021 and followed it up with a memorable appearance at Countdown Music Festival in 2022. With growing momentum, RANKZ has exciting plans on the horizon for the near future.

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