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Cityzen Goes UK-Garage/Tech House with Weekend Anthem “Misomaniac.” Out Now on CYB3RPVNK

Continuing a hot streak of club-ready releases in recent months, Cityzen returns with a tech house-influenced bomb that will be the tune of your weekend. “Misomaniac” is ready to rave, buoyed on bouncy basslines and distinctive, driving percussion that gives the track its relentless energy. Cityzen adds some funky melodies and vocal riffs to top it off, turning “Misomaniac” into a dancefloor-friendly tune that will carry you from Friday night into Sunday morning. The new release follows Cityzen’s hard-hitting remix of Salvatore Ganacci’s “Horse” on OWSLA and his previous single “Planet Rock” on CYB3RPVNK.

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Although not much is known about Cityzen yet, we can be extremely positive about three noticeable attributes: his affinity for the color red, unique glasses, and his desire to give people the intense beats that one would imagine hearing on the metallic streets of a futuristic metropolitan. Perhaps Cityzen can live in the past and the future at the same time, giving him the ability to merge vintage hardware like Moog synthesizers with futuristic house rhythms of the modern age. His sound continues to evolve with every newly released track, from his debut single “Sirius” to previous “Planet Rock” and now “Misomaniac.” Cityzen is on the verge of something huge and previously unimagined – and all the world can do is wait. Armed with his sparkling glasses and affinity for the color red, Cityzen brings to life a crossover of old and new that will become the unique sound of the next generation.

About RJ Frometa

Head Honcho, Editor in Chief and writer here on VENTS. I don't like walking on the beach, but I love playing the guitar and geeking out about music. I am also a movie maniac and 6 hours sleeper.

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