ODESZA’s Foreign Family Collective Shares New Autolaser Single, “OffOffOff”

odeszas-foreign-family-collectiveODESZA’s Foreign Family Collective has released the latest single from Autolaser called “OffOffOff.” It’s a trippy, instrumental jam underpinned by a catchy guitar riff, warped background vocals and other reverberating atmospheric flourishes. “OffOffOff” is the perfect soundtrack to seasonal change and the mark of a promising, young producer.

Deep out of the forests of Norway, Autolaser has become a leader in the future bass takeover in recent years along with countrymen Cashmere Cat and Lido. His consistent high quality releases set him apart and have made him a staple with tastemaker blogs and generated millions of streams among music platforms with each of his releases.

In 2015-2016 alone, Autolaser has amassed over 40 million combined streams and been featured by BBC Radio, Complex, Thissongissick, Dancing Astronaut, and many other early adopters. His music is publically supported and played by established artists such as Porter Robinson, Bingo Players,Grandtheft, Sweater Beats, and more.  Autolaser has also released official remixes for Keys N Krates and the legendary Mark Morrison for his classic “Return of the Mack.”

Autolaser continues to push the boundaries of his sound: he has formed a super group, Coolwater Set, with #1 Billboard chart topper the Far East Movement. His intricate production, lush bass bursts, and dreamy foundation are a special combination and he is sure to achieve even loftier goals in the near future.

Autolaser online:
http://theautolaser.com/
https://www.facebook.com/Autolaser/
https://twitter.com/theautolaser
https://www.instagram.com/autolaser/
https://soundcloud.com/autolaser

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