Sonic Radiation Releases New Progressive House Song 'Infrared'

Hailing from Dallas, Texas - solo artist Todd Last, aka Sonic Radiation, released his newest Space Age EDM song “Infrared". From something that you would typically hear in 90’s video games, Sonic Radiation blends synthesizer grooves and beats to produce a unique sound, but familiar sound. Despite mostly using digital gear, Sonic Radiation creates songs that are experimental while also sticking to the roots of progressive house.

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Todd wasn't always into producing music, but had a rather unfamiliar approach to the field. Before he began, he suffered from a longtime spinal cord injury that limited his ability to use music equipment, focus, and mobility. After his accident in the oceans of Hawaii, Todd worked hard to recover doing daily therapies, and pushing himself more and more everyday. Continuing his dream of creating Electronic Music was an important early step toward his recovery and future. Todd aspires to express his hope, energy and reverence for Electronic Music and life.

Formed in 2003, the Dallas, Texas based artist, Todd Last, worked to create music that arranges songs with a combination of techno and trance that are solid and unique. Inspired by industrial groups like Front 242 and Front Line Assembly, electronic groups like The Crystal Method and Astral Projection, as well as the Dallas club scene, Sonic Radiation pulls from those styles to give the listener something for the ear, the mind and the dance floor.

Check out Sonic Radiation on the web, where all of his music is available online both via streaming and visual playback. 

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