With an already laudable record of label stops (i.e. Dirtybird and House Of Hustle) in 2018 below his arm, OMNOM is choosing up the tempo but once more along with his latest Insomniac collab with LA native, Zendlo, “Methane.” The launch comes simply earlier than the San Franciscan producer makes a sundry of stops on his spooky-certified October/November agenda, which incorporates HARD Day Of The Dead, Brooklyn’s Warehouse of Horrors, and SCREAM in Edmonton.

“As a DJ, typically you must play a monitor with bass fats sufficient to kick the gang of their chests, however ‘Methane’ is the monitor you play when you must kick them of their genitals,” OMNOM says of the rumbling manufacturing.

“Methane” sees OMNOM and Zendlo ship a heady dose of percolating bass strains and off-the-wall vocal cuts, leading to a home monitor finest suited to dance flooring of an extraterrestrial selection. The manufacturing consists of each eerily ambient and ricocheting, laser-like synth patterns, because the clapping four-on-the-floor beat solidifies its decisive danceability.