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What Is In The Future: UK producer Sentry drops bass-filled wonder with ‘Untold’

Featuring lots of atmospherically elegant piano soundscapes that has you feeling so relaxed and calm, Sentry soon smashes down the hammer and lets all those ‘Untold‘ stories out with absolute precision.

Sentry is an enthralling electronic music producer from the South West of England in the UK, who uplifts our consciousness with that calculatingly melodic, euphoric and ambient-infused future bass music, that has so much heart-healing appeal.

You get lost in the gaze of this sensationally produced song — that has you locked in for the whole story — which takes you to a place where you need to go. The breaks and quick change of direction takes you by surprise at first, as the piano of the past lures you in, while the futuristic bass takes you over the mountains to the place, where you need to be at. Growing stale in your comfortable state, isn’t what needs to happen to truly elevate your mindset.

Untold‘ from the UK-based electronic music producer Sentry, is a sky-elevating performance that will have you in a different mood to before, as he smartly fuses his skills into creating a movie-like soundtrack, that thumps into your eager soul and doesn’t leave anything left on the table. Reaching for your dreams and telling the real story, has never been more important.

Hear this vibrant new track on Soundcloud and check out his IG for more news.

Reviewed by Llewelyn Screen

Escape with Sentry’s lo-fi future bass track, ‘Take Me Away’.

UK-based electronica producer Sentry may only be two months on from his debut release, but he’s already racking up streams like there’s no tomorrow with their entrancing feats of lo-fi future bass.

His recently released single, ‘Take Me Away’, is a stunning showcase of his ability to lead listeners away from external chaos and douse them in the serenity of aural euphoria. What starts as an immersion into a tranquil pool of reverb-drenched synth ambience, seamlessly evolves into an ensnaring tidal wave of visceral emotion and harsh snares. Only when you reach the outro, you realise what a profound experience Take Me Away was. Your first hit definitely won’t be your last.

You can escape with Take Me Away by heading over to SoundCloud.

Review by Amelia Vandergast