Pixel Terror Evolves Their Sound on ‘Upgrade’
March 10, 2020
March 10, 2020
Three years into the game and the boys have gone international, striking 2020 with a whole new level of electronic fury. Pixel Terror, comprised of Bentley Montes & Ahrya Far, is a next generation bass music phenomenon that has invaded the hearts of hundreds of thousands of fans in their short time since forming the project, and already garnered tens of millions of streams across Spotify, Youtube and Soundcloud. Alongside numerous video game placements, the most notable being Rocket League to which their Monstercat hits “Contra” and “Amnesia” were fan favorites that saw endless praise. Their new song “Crush” received major play-out at Coachella last year by Jauz and EDC by 4B among others, followed by “Gun Metal” which was revealed at nearly every festival stage Kayzo graced. From hometown heroes to nationwide notoriety, the digital bass renegades have performed across the US and back multiple times and landed billings at major festivals in Singapore (Hydeout), Belgium (Tomorrowland), and with China also on the horizon, they have upgraded their drive to maximum this year with an EP in their upcoming arsenal and a slew of other supersonic singles. Spawned from the synthesis of arcade nostalgia and head-rattling, low-frequency energy, it’s clear that this dynamic duo has only just begun, and is a force to be reckoned with.