"Technodisco," is another notch in the belt of Kantor. The electronic artist is on his 8th track this year and commonly features a theme of a dystopian universe. Yet, he branches out beyond the scope of this frame. Featuring unique on-offs utilizing genres of bass, trap, house, mid-tempo and more.
"Technodisco," features a bit more of a light-hearted vibe, the album art paired with the sound painting some sort of scene of the future where all are getting along and ready to dance away the night. "Technodisco," gets more detailed and exploratory when compared back to other Kantor releases. It showcases that he knows how to branch out while still making the music which embodies a Kantor vibe like his many other works.
Kantor isn't like the common artist out there and continues to be recognized for this fact. Reviewing his YouTube, he has jaw dropping music videos which merge him in a professional grade computer-generated territory. It's just something that must be seen to be fully understood. He's captured hundreds of thousands of plays on almost every single track, has been invited by Alison Wonderland to appear on his podcast, and has been supported by a load of big names such as Tiesto, Zeds Dead, Jauz, Slushii, Monstercat, Musical Freedom, Showtek, and many others.
"Technodisco," continues the narrative of what is an original, authentic experience.