Thick basslines, slow-motion rave ambiance and this one particular sound that's making Pablo Nouvelle's "The Kármán Line" shine through the ocean of electronic music. Truth be told, I tried to find words to describe this swooshy synt thing but i just can't. It's just cool af.
"The Kármán Line" is seriously in a line of its own and a perfect showcase for Pablo Nouvelle's talent. The producer and DJ is a well-known name in the electronic music genre and throughout the years has worked with people like Andreya Triana, Bruno Major, and Josef Salvat. This particular track is taken from his 2020 Armada release Obsolete, but while a year+ old it still feels like the perfect segway towards a darker side of a set.