Prismo’s Zach Burgett dreamt up “Fire” via Distance Records—a cathartic air betwixt 1990s Nine Inch Nails industrial and dubstep with a smidgen of Julian Casablancas-like distorted, compressed vocals.
The H-Town instrumentalist has built a flourishing fanbase of almost one million monthly listeners on Spotify through record releases on major-league labels: Lowly Palace, PRMD, NoCopyrightSounds, Artist Intelligence Agency, Buygore, Monstercat and Dim Mak. As a young grasshopper, Burgett drew inspiration from Radiohead, Billy Talent and Primus. Dear Zach, it shows.
“‘Fire’ is about me confronting the toxicity in my life and eliminating the source,” said Burgett. “In the process of ending a toxic relationship, I was manipulated into feeling guilty and responsible for the way I was being treated.”
Rock out with your MIDI out to Prismo’s “Fire” below.