Beswerda makes a triumphant return with ’Concord EP’

Beswerda is back and better than ever with his latest EP, Concord. After a four-year hiatus (when it comes to EPs), the talented producer has returned with a fresh and innovative take on melodic techno. Known for his distinctive style and unexpected dips, Beswerda has always had a unique vision for what techno music should sound like.

With Concord, he has taken his sound to the next level, fusing minimal, Indie Dance, and melodic techno in a way that is truly novel. This EP is a must-listen for fans of electronic music, as well as anyone looking for something fresh and exciting in the world of techno.

Beswerda’s Concord EP marks a true comeback for the artist, and it’s clear that he has spent the last four years fully developing and refining his sound.

Exploring the evolution of Beswerda’s sound on Concord EP

The EP has already gained attention from fans and fellow artists alike, with close friend Colyn showing his enthusiastic approval by featuring the main tune ‘Concord‘ in his Cercle performance, which has now amassed over 1.4 million views. “Concord” opens with obnoxious percussion and synths, and after the second break, some pads have been added, giving this piece a more faithful mood.

Terea‘ showcases Beswerda’s ability to create a pure dancefloor weapon with its infectious vocal shots, rolling bassline, surprising moments, and climactic drop. ‘Anything‘ takes a darker turn with its robotic-sounding voice, acid bleeps, and eerie synths. The simple structure and components of “Anything” are flawless, making it a terrific track to play in clubs. A dance floor weapon only needs a strange, ominous groover with a hint of acid.

Overall, the EP is a testament to Beswerda’s growth and evolution as an artist, and it’s clear that he has emerged from his hiatus stronger than ever before. We can’t wait to see what Beswerda has in store for us next.