Brandon “Brallit” Bagley is a one-man Electronica machine – he produces, composes, writes and performs every piece he puts his name to. He began creating Electronica music in April 2006, and has since continued to develop and expand his craft with experimental and edgy blends of an array of popular dance genres, such as House, Trance, Drum’n’Bass, Hip-Hop, IDM, and others, to create resounding works of musical art.
It was his introduction to a program called Propellerheads Reason 3.0 that lit the musical spark for Brallit. He quickly caught on to the basics of electronic music making, and within a month of using the program he had composed his first album. Rising Beta contained the first seven tracks of Brallit’s musical career.
After the production of Rising Beta, Brallit began experimenting with and mastering the more advanced features of Reason. Six months later, he released his second album titled The Unplayed Note. This album featured his first drum’n’bass track, Ecstasy and Misery. This album was a hit among his peers and has remained popular since its release.
Brallit’s most recent album, however, is undoubtedly his greatest work yet. Rogue of Winter features 13 songs which chronicle the artist’s journey from a sheltered childhood into the ‘real world.’ The emotion, depth, and complexity behind each track is evident in each and every note, plotted and tuned with efficiency. This is certainly evident in what is perhaps his greatest song, Shadow’s Cry.
Brallit’s musical talents have grown immensely since his first introduction to Reason 3.0. He plays several instruments in addition to being able to compose meticulous and complex pieces of electronica. His first three albums show vast talent, and his single releases from his forthcoming album promise that it will not disappoint. Listen and enjoy the unique, experimental style of what is BRALLIT.