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Los Angeles Darkwave Artist Grizz Turns Up the Heat with “Club Flesh”

Strap in, folks, because GRIZZ is turning up the heat with his latest banger, Club Flesh. The Los Angeles artist burst onto the scene during the Halloween season with Frightening, but blissful, tearing down convention with this eerily captivating track.

In today’s musical landscape, dominated by the hard-hitting beats of gangsta rap and the predictable churn of the Top-40, Grizz stands out like a beacon in the night. With a cadence that’s unmistakably his own, Grizz’s narratives, dripping with an ominous allure, ride atop drum machine beats that pulse with the relentless energy of a heart racing in the dark. In Grizz’s hands, the worlds of darkwave, hip-hop, and goth blend seamlessly, proving that in music, as in life, the boldest steps often lead to the most extraordinary destinations. Club Flesh showcases Grizz’s knack at bridging worlds.

This little number is a heart-thumping, foot-stomping journey straight into the pulsating heart of the underground. Picture this: the raw, visceral energy of Nitzer Ebb and Cabaret Voltaire, fused with the dark, sultry vibes of Depeche Mode’s Violator-era, all while channeling the industrial clout of Einstürzende Neubauten. You’re the special guest in a spicy scene where sexual tension simmers and dark romance broods over a backdrop of fiery synth beats and hauntingly echoing vocals.

Club Flesh is perfectly crafted for those who love to lose themselves on the dance floor in this spirited – albeit slightly sinister – tribute to DJ Electric Eye’s Los Angeles concert series. Get ready to dance like nobody’s watching, in a world where the shadows have rhythm and every heartbeat is part of the song.

Welcome to Club Flesh – where the night is forever young, and the dance never dies. Make out, zone out, freak out – your call, night crawler.

Find Club Flesh on Spotify here.

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Alice Teeple

Alice Teeple is a photographer, multidisciplinary artist, and writer. She is not in Tin Machine.

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