Mercurius FM - Arkanoid Art

Available now worldwide: ARKANOID by MERCURIUS FM

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Arkanoid Press Release:

Electronic music producer Mercurius FM is releasing Arkanoid, the debut single on his record label Broken Synth Recordings. It is a retro flavored synthwave release available on March 24th, 2016. Originally recorded during a video game development competition (which his team won), Mercurius FM took the basic demo he created in an hour and transformed it into a full on dance track. With the original mix clocking in at a casual 120 BPM, you get a uniquely synthetic sound, coupled with a funky beat that can jam along with retro champions such as Chromeo and LifeLike. Mercurius FM follows it up with a 128 BPM club mix featuring enhanced percussion and a much heavier sound. Finally, for the audio nerds and DJs, there is a “Drumapella” which solos in on the ‘Prince-esque’ 80s drum machine beat. The original mix will be available as a free download for a limited time along with his synthwave remix of the ending music from Blade Runner.
Mercurius FM is an electronic music artist. His award winning tracks get play by influential DJ’s around the world. He’s made official remixes of various artists and topped online charts over the years with his signature bootleg remixes. Mercurius FM is a passionate performer obsessed with mixing genres from house and techno to trap and video game music.

Broken Synth Recordings is a record label founded for the sole purpose of releasing creative electronic music to those who want to hear it. With sharp cover art made and a DIY punk mentality, Broken Synth welcomes you to hear some new music, no matter who you are.

Please email brokensynthrec@gmail.com for interviews and promo copies of Arkanoid.


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