French producer and bass house prodigy Kohmi returned to Monstercat today with his new ominous bass-house single, “San Francisco.” Inspired by the city of San Francisco, Kohmi captures its industrial nature through wailing sirens, deep basses, and glitchy synth stabs. The crisp percussion and thumping kicks drive the track forward, breathing dark energy into the mysterious track. Thanks to his boundary-pushing sound design, Kohmi has earned support from artists like David Guetta, Oliver Heldens, and Dillon Francis, cementing himself at the forefront of the next generation of house music.
Kohmi shares, “The idea of this song came from my fascination with San Francisco. I wanted to recreate the city if it was in my dark and mysterious universe.”
New to the scene, Kohmi has already worked hard with remixes for “Proud” by Tchami and “OCB” by Malaa to his credit already. Not to mention appearances in volume three of Malaa’s ‘Illegal Mixtape’ and ‘The Final Alchemy’ compilation earlier in the year. He already has the support of DJ Snake, David Guetta, Oliver Heldens, Afrojack, Martin Garrix, Tchami, Malaa, Wax Motif, Nitti Gritti, Valentino Khan, and DJ Hanzel (a.k.a., Dillon Francis). For his 4th original track of the year, Kohmi returns to Monstercat with San Francisco.
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