When you talk about an artist like Richy Nix, it’s impossible to avoid talking about the diversity in his music. In that vain, it seems only fitting that the Fear Me Now remix EP, featuring tracks from his FiXT debut album “Fearless”, highlights that diversity with a line-up of talent from all walks of life. Aggro electronic metal from UK EDM sensation Muzzy and the Venezuelan masked-man Zardonic, an epic synth-mix from FiXT alumni Josh Money and a melodic master-reworking from Richy Nix himself - showcasing he’s as strong a producer as he is a rapper. Richy taught you how to be fearless…. but now is the time to be afraid.
Thriving on originality, Celldweller cross-bred electronic styles such as Drum'n'Bass and Psy-Trance with modern Alternative Rock and Metal on his self-titled debut, released independently in 2003. Richy Nix
The Qemists are primed and ready to unleash their latest album, Warrior Sound, which binds their respective influences & styles together naturally into one progressively cohesive and solid sound. Richy Nix
My least favorite cell release. While its sonically his biggest album yet, it doesn't suffer from being bad, but being poorly structured.
Each track on its own is among klays best writing, but on the album it seems like so many clashing tones and concepts are present that it leaves the album feeling spread thin.
It's at its best on the longer tracks where you can really get absorbed in the story and emotion being portrayed throughout. MyNameIsRedundant