Producer xx72xx emerged on the scene January 2013 with a 4 track EP titled "Climax" which is a blend of Future Garage, Dubstep, House, Trip Hop and Hip Hop.
Acid Teds blog described the EP as IDM claustrophobic doom and whacking sub-bass filtered through a dubstep sensibility.
Hot1000Forever decribed the EP as Futuristic, dark & cinematic." Fans of Future Garage and artists such as Burial that like their music w/ a dark haunting vibe should check this out today."
Soundplate music blog described the opening track of the EP "Imagining" as Seriously dark, deep sounds here from US producer xx72xx. Techno, bass music however you describe it – this is music that is hard to ignore.
Future Grooves blog called the track "Movement" dark techno vibes.
founder NAZA who runs the EDM Network and Future Follower Records featured "Climax" at FutureGarage.NET
describing it as hallucinogenic vibes and then featured "Movement" and said EDM producer xx72xx is leaning right into minimal house or even tech house territory with this darkly hypnotic track.
Such an infectious sound that deserves to be heard. Seriously, twisted vocal stabs reminiscent of an asylum for the criminally insane giving this a horror movie soundtrack feel. Taken from his EP entitled 'Climax'
In a review/press release Jason Randall Smith says: For a debut release, xx72xx has put together an impressive selection of tunes full of experimental touches and slight nods to industrial’s dystopian atmosphere, all while staying in step with the changing tides of bass-centered dance music.
The EP was followed up by the experimental Dubstep/House/Trip Hop track titled "Float."
In his own words he describes his tracks as a constant flow with no preconceived thoughts of genre, style or direction. "My favorite styles of music are Future Garage, Dubstep, Trip Hop, House, r&b, Soul and Hip Hop.
In April he released the Future Garage/Trip Hop/Soul track "Just Adore Me" featuring female vocalist Jemila Worley and xx72xx on vocals.