Listen: Isador – ‘Jungle’

Dark brooding bass makes for an electrifying track

Isador, the multimedia project of Warren Heller, has released a new track – ‘Jungle.’ It’s quite a moody and brooding track, with a permeating bass that perfectly captures the mood and atmosphere of a mysterious jungle.

‘Jungle’ is a track you can both dance to and rock out to, crossing genres with its indie vocals and gritty electronica textures. The song’s striking production pairs well with its invigorated lyrics, full of vivid imagery.

“The jungle’s calling me all alone,” Isador sings with palpable fright, worried about what the music industry has in store for him.

The good news for Isador is that with his well-polished vocals and impeccable production, the jungle is about to be electrified with his music.

Listen to ‘Jungle’ below and keep up with Isador on Facebook.

Written by Sam

Sam is the Managing Editor of POParazzi. He works primarily in Washington, DC. You can contact him at

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