Jody Bigfoot has an exciting release on the way this May; a project called ‘Duszt’. In the lead-up to that, he has been releasing a string of teasers and singles. Next on the list is epic new track ‘Migi Ni Hidari Ni’.
Cemented with blistering production from Tandaro, it definitely feels like Bigfoot’s new project is one to get excited about ahead of it’s full release this May. Thankfully for now we can enjoy some of the singles taken from it, including this latest release.
In an exclusive with Music Crowns, producer Tandaro talks us through the creative process behind the new track:
“When we started working on the song that would eventually become Migi Ni Hidari Ni, we knew we wanted some of the Japanese musicians on the album who Jody met over the years. Since Catarrh Nisin is part of the Japanese Grime scene we wanted to do a grime-influenced track. So that’s what I built, not knowing we would swap out the beat later. So everyone recorded their parts on this weird little grime beat I made, but something was off; it just didn’t quite feel right. That’s when we decided to do another version that fits more into the vibe of the album but still incorporates some UK influence. I took the previously recorded vocals to map out the track and started producing something completely new underneath.
I ended up combining the current trap aesthetics with thick dubstep wobbles and EDM-like build ups for the chorus. The result was a high-energy crossover of trap and club music, which was the missing piece to the dark half of the album. Once the beat was reworked, everyone re-recorded their parts to fit even tighter. Numb’n’Dub also did a new version of the hook line with his unique autotune vocal editing. We had no idea that hyper-pop would be a thing once we’re about to release the album, but it pretty much fits the description for the style. It’s a highly energetic banger with tons of vocal FX that’s pushing the boundaries of genres its working within.”
Stream ‘Migi Ni Hidari Ni’ HERE
Make sure to also check out the video for previous single ‘Hands’, featuring imagery from the forthcoming film. The video certainly makes for an enticing watch throughout.
Jody Bigfoot’s new album and feature film ‘Duszt’ will arrive on the 1st May, and you can watch the new video for ‘Hands’ below, and stream latest single ‘Migi Ni Hidari Ni’ now!
Watch the video for ‘Hands’: