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Evol Intent

Evol Intent

Atlanta, Austin, Los Angeles

Active 2002 - Present

Evol Intent is a trio of multi-faceted producers, often referred to as a leading group in American Drum & Bass music and beyond. Having released a plethora of music over the last 15 years they are touted as legends in the bass music scene among DJs and fans alike. The various members have other projects the music community should be used to: from Knick’s bass-whomp madness as “Bro Safari” to Enemy’s disco/funk house pursuits as “Treasure Fingers” and Gigantor’s waveform warping as “Computer Club.”

Coming from a DIY punk rock mindset, Evol Intent got their grassroots start releasing music on their own label ‘Evol Intent Recordings,’ quickly catching the attention of several labels including Barcode/Renegade Hardware which released their remix of Pish Posh’s “Corrupt Cops” and it’s blistering flipside “7 Angels With 7 Plagues” to worldwide notoriety. The group found further success with its politically-charged releases “Police State” in 2005 and their landmark LP “Era Of Diversion” which released to critical acclaim in 2008, along with originals and collaborations on the legendary Lifted Music label. After a fair bit of live and DJ touring Evol Intent returned in 2011 with their anthem “Paradize City,” and followed with EPs “Cruise Control” and collaborative release “The Sausage Party” with Milwaukee-based producers Gein. In 2013 came the runaway hit “The Liquid,” a joint effort with production gods Noisia, and after a string of free releases online the “Under The Radar” EP dropped in late 2014, along with another Noisia collaboration “Long Gone” on their “Vision Recordings” imprint.

Along the way Evol Intent has had their work featured in videos games such as EA Sport’s “Need For Speed Most Wanted,” and on Cartoon Network’s Adult Swim promo bumpers. Not only known for their originals, but Evol Intent have also remixed many other artist’s works along the way, more notably Shiny Toy Guns, Raekwon of the Wu-Tang Clan, BT, Black Sun Empire, and Dieselboy. The guys have collaborated with countless artists such as Noisia, Mayhem, Spor, Ewun, The Upbeats, The Sound Of Animals Fighting, jazz legend Bill Laswell and hardcore rocker Aaron Bedard of Bane.

Aside from production, group-member Gigantor hosts the “Evolcast” podcast series every two months, featuring a mixset often containing sneak peeks of the group’s unreleased music. Along with the Evolcast Gigantor has taken up the reigns for most of the DJ touring for the group, continuing to bring music to fans worldwide.


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