Ghastly's New 'Geisha' Is a Dangerous Bass Beauty

Ghastly
Montana Martz

Ghastly

Paint your face and hop on top of the decks, Ghastly's new bass house bang is a haunting old world stomper.

While "Geisha" stays true to its name by hintting at Asian influence, they doesn't overwhelm. Rather, the real star of the show is the dark, booming bass melody and a few Kill Bill-esque sirens put the listener on edge. This lady is lovely, but she's also dangerous. Watch your back on the dance floor. You don't know who's lurking in the shadows.

If you're a fan of specialized merch, Ghastly teases that some "Geisha" goodies may be coming up soon. Listen to the self-released tune below.

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