After giving the electronic scene a taste of his genre-bending production capabilities with the horror-themed thriller “Diablo House,” Rell the Soundbender unleashes his full “Diablo” EP on Insomniac Records, the world-renowned brand behind Electric Daisy Carnival. The five track collection explores and combines unexpected sounds and genres, from the latin-influenced bass jam “Baja” to the heavy-hitting, mechanical “Loboz” and the slow buildup to the murderous drop on “Heat.” The “Diablo” EP features collaborations with ETC!ETC!, Rawtek, Sliink, BLANK, Kaku and B!tch Be Cool, which complement its appeal to a variety of audiences. Rell has certainly caught the attention of Pasquale Rotellla and his Insomniacbrand, which has expanded to become a destination for all genres of electronic music and is continuously evolving with the scene. Rell the Soundbender is a fitting addition to the Insomniac family, as his sound is uncategorizable but seamlessly crafted, and certainly not for the faint of heart. Download / Stream
Rell the Soundbender earned his name from is passion for blending unexpected, unique sounds and genres of music. The Panamanian DJ and producer draws his influences from a myriad of music – one will recognize everything from hip-hop to moombahton to trap and house in his productions. Rell‘s ability to fuse sounds that don’t typically blend together has made his sound unreplicable and incredibly dynamic. His trap hits “Grimy Thirsty” and “Angels X Demons” have made many rounds on Diplo‘s BBC Radio 1Xtra mixes, and he has produced official remixes for Bro Safari‘s “Scumbag” and Snoop Lion‘s “Lighters Up,” which was the official remix for Snoop‘s iconic Reincarnated album. Rell earned the attention of Skrillex and later released his first EP “Gambozoo” on his Nest HQ imprint. His live performances are notorious for slaying the dance floor and festival stages as he makes appearances everywhere from EDC Las Vegas and Mexico, Escape Psycho Circus, Miami Music Week and Storm Festival in Shanghai. Stay tuned to see what Rell comes up with next.