Worst poject 2021: Antarzis

Rating: 0.5 out of 5.

Terrible Music Horrible production

French producer living in Tokyo.
Started producing in 2017.
Started with Electro-House, Tech-House, Melodic House, Progressive House and evolve now to Dark Techno, Dark Electro…





“Behind the alias Antarzis we find a French-born but currently Tokyo-based dance music producer. Active under this name since 2017 but writing music for over a decade now, he’s been steadily growing a catalog of genre-crossing electronic music with elements of psytrance, progressive and future house, EDM and electro. Antarzis’ most recent digital-only release Follow Mix is a nine-track collection of new music and remix versions of previously published tracks. While it’s a tough job to pinpoint an absolute highlight among such a diverse and constantly-morphing tracklist we have to say Lunatik (Remix) is among our personal favorites and thus it’s the topic of this brief review. Based on Antarzis’ 2019 single, this rework feels even more intense and punishing.”

The raw and anxiety-inducing electro power of Lunatik (Remix) by Antarzis

“There are times you probably are tired from the day’s stress—strained out of your mind. Also, there are times you are just down and crave the needed atmosphere to get back to life again. Although, there are times we just want to have the right amount of fun with a hint of the best melodic music playing in the backgrounds. You probably do not know this, but a spice of “Antarzis” is all you need. Puzzled? Well, Antarzis, a French electronic music producer living in Japan, also known as “Akazis” (Psytrance tracks), is making big moves now. His distinct sound is a mixture of psychedelic and trippy tone that takes you out of this world into an Electro, Melodic and Underground House Music. Taking the first steps around 2010-2011 in Paris as a Psy-trance producer, Antarzis was influenced by both the blend of classics and contemporary electronic music such as great composer, Jean-Michel Jarre, and his albums “Oxygène”, “Rendez-vous” and “Les chant magnètiques”. You j


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