Spitfire (Infected Mushroom song)
|File:Infected Mushroom Spitfire.jpg|
|Single by Infected Mushroom|
|Released||24 November 2017|
|Infected Mushroom singles chronology|
Background and composition
On 16 November 2017, Erez Eisen and Amit Duvdevani of Infected Mushroom officially announced their new single titled Spitfire on Twitter, further announcing that the song would be released through the Canadian record label Monstercat.
Reception and release
Farrell Sweeney of Dancing Astronaut noted "Spitfire" for its blend of genres, stating that it "blends techno, psytrance, and an upbeat bass line making the track perfect for any underground rave mood". Jim Babaoglu of EDM Sauce praised the song, stating "Infected's complex synthesized compositions are works of art and the perfect way for Monstercat to introduce this genre to its fans".[unreliable source?]
Landon Fleury of Your EDM generally liked the song in his review, stating:
Diving straight into the soul of psy, "Spitfire" is a 7-minute epic that infuses elements of metal and Indian music with its sweeping synthesizers and thumping bass lines. It’s definitely not the most “out there” song when it comes to psychedelic music, but will give fans unexposed fans a good taste of what the psytrance world has to offer.
- "Infected Mushroom опубликовали сингл "Spitfire"" [Infected Mushroom published the single "Spitfire"]. www.apelzin.ru (in русский). Retrieved 25 November 2017.
- "Infected Mushroom Brings Psytrance To Monstercat". EDM Sauce. 24 November 2017. Retrieved 25 November 2017.
- "Infected Mushroom releases psytrance single 'Spitfire'". dancingastronaut.com. Retrieved 25 November 2017.
- "Listen to Infected Mushroom's Monstercat Debut, "Spitfire" | Your EDM". Your EDM. 25 November 2017. Retrieved 26 November 2017.
- @infected (16 November 2017). "Super excited about our first release with @Monstercat!! Spitfire, coming to you on November 24th!!!" (Tweet) – via Twitter.
- Matthews, Tori (26 November 2017). "Infected Mushroom Drops Debut Single "Spitfire" on Monstercat". raverrafting.com. Retrieved 10 December 2017.
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