SINGLE REVIEW: Petrified by Drone Flesh


Drone Flesh is an electronic artist/producer hailing from Zurich, Switzerland. His music is a unique hybrid of electro, house and dubstep or complextro, as he describes it. His primary musical interest is in “exploring different genres of bass heavy music that does not fit into a drawer”. He has already released several tracks including Do Not Touch, Risk Everything and Big Bad Bass.

This track, Petrified, certainly is not easily categorized. It starts with a simple four to the floor beat which soon becomes more complicated, with elements of dubstep that bring to mind artists like Skrillex at times. On top of this Drone Flesh weaves a high end synth riff, a vocal sample and a meaty bass synth melody that gives the music an aggressive edge.

This hard-hitting sound puts Drone Flesh in the same field as equally original artists like The Prodigy and Aphex Twin, whose music is also difficult to categorize. In the second half of the track it starts to become more chaotic and complex, but you always sense that there is method in the madness and all the track’s main melodies are addictive to listen to.

Overall, this is a refreshingly unique piece of alternative electronica that ignores all the rules and creates a strong energy and momentum in its four minute duration. While it might not be designed to be played in clubs, it certainly makes great music to listen to. For those who are bored with the generic EDM that fills the mainstream charts, I recommend you give Drone Flesh a listen, it’s an exhilarating ride.


Alex Faulkner

Verdict: 8.3 out of 10


★ Video:

★ Drone Flesh Website:
★ Listen to Drone Flesh on SoundCloud:
★ Follow Drone Flesh on Facebook:
★ Watch Drone Flesh on YouTube:
★ Buy Drone Flesh on Bandcamp:
★ Invest in Drone Flesh on Tradiio:


One comment on “SINGLE REVIEW: Petrified by Drone Flesh

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: Logo

You are commenting using your account. Log Out /  Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )


Connecting to %s