I’m such a fan of Mike Dean‘s production talents. His skills on the keyboard alone give songs a wonderfully dark and murky appeal, particularly when it is in a live scenario. Case in point: his added sonics to a live performance of Travi$ Scott’s “Antidote” made the raucous set even rowdier.
Dean recently spent a weekend in the Moog Music Factory. And while “surrounded by analog synthesizers and immersed in an environment of experimentation, Mike selected 6x Mother-32 synthesizers to create his sonic palette and a Voyager XL as his master controller” and crafted this new instrumental in those two days.