The US producer formerly known as Corporate – now Pedestrian Tactics – has a new EP out today. He brings to attention Nerds Trying To Dance via the wicked MAD ZOO label, and the computer programming-inspired collection hits a total of four cuts.
Pedestrian Tactics has enjoyed the support of bass artists like Zomboy and Porter Robinson for his quirky electronic beats, and looks to score more points with this release. We’re pleased to present the closing piece ‘Kernel Panic’ today.
It picks up the pace from some of the rest of the EP, and layers in jagged arpeggios and a groovy dubstep breakdown for a satisfying punch. With solid variety and intricate attention to detail at the forefront, we thoroughly recommend checking out he whole of the Nerds Trying To Dance here.
This article was first published on Your EDM. Source: Your EDM Premiere: Pedestrian Tactics – Kernel Panic