Digital dance producer Panda Eyes started falling the bass in 2014. Blessed Oskar Steinbeck in 1996, the Zurich-based DJ mixed components of chiptune and dubstep with large sub-bass rumbles to make his propulsive make of glitch-hop, like Nero or Justice conference early-era Skrillex. Panda Eye released some singles in 2014, like “Snake Bite,” “Rainbow Street,” and “The Top notch,” offering OmegaMode. In 2015, as his on the web group of fans grew, he released “Antipixel” and “Immortal Fire,” offering vocalist Anna Yvette and Teminite. All of these offered as the precursors to his debut LP, 2015’s Kiko. Record monitor “Highscore,” offering regular collaborator Teminite, was a humble hit on loading providers, surpassing 1.1 million channels by 2016.