If you’re into the sounds of Crystal Castle, Death Grips, and sprinkles of Nirvana all in one, then Scotty Seed is the artist for you. He’s taken the sounds of grudge and forged them with electronic elements to make his own signature sound. This east coast based musician has just recently dropped a new 3-track EP, simply titled ‘Single’. Focusing on the opening track, ‘Faust (I Can’t Escape)’, Scotty Seed embarks on a heavy hitting, witch house and miami bass blend conjuring a nutty production. It’s hip, rebellious, and wreaks absolute havoc.
The opening track is a mind-boggling production by the LGBT dance artist and has come quite a way to be able to showcase his music. Scotty Seed’s music eventually made its way to the hands of Michael Banks of Chordashian and later, Alez Zelenka (Crystal Castle’s audio engineer). He has a few shows booked across the Atlantic in London, and desires to take his sound , style, and influences across the globe.
“Since I was four years old, I was drawn to the pop music my teenage cousin played on the house stereo. From an early age, artists like Britney Spears, Justin Timberlake, Cher, and Ricky Martin led to my musical journey. I started playing piano when I was six years old and developed infatuations for different music genres such as classic rock, classical, and broadway tunes. Throughout my life, I went through more musical phases such as witch house, grunge, PC music, and screamo music. Now that I’m more grown, I don’t feel obligated to stick to one genre. I started taking my song-writing seriously when I entered my twenties and started working on and helping produce my own records. My sound has many influences and experimental vibes which also reflects me as an entity.”