Mersiv Sparks EDM Twitter Drama By Calling Out Artists Who Use “Dark and Evil” Branding

 

Mersiv sparked quite the drama in the EDM twitter-verse yesterday by taking a shot at producers and artists who push their music by “branding off of satanic symbolism and dark evil shit.” The tweet led to countless DJs adding their two cents and criticizing the Denver producer for ‘gatekeeping’ and being closed-minded. SVDDEN Death, Subtronics, Dubloadz, and many other artists chimed in as you’ll see below. Check out the responses.

cowards are scared of expression.
do whatever you want and don’t listen to woke gatekeepers. music and art is about conveying every emotion, not just the ones that make you comfortable. (also I’m sick of the implication that dark = satanic = bad)

— SVDDEN DEATH (@svddendeathdub) October 21, 2019

shouldn’t we let artists just do what ever they wanna do with their art? we make art to reflect ourselves, ya can’t get mad that so many people identify with that idea of rebellion 🤷🏻‍♂️

— 🎃WOOKED ON CYCLOPS INVASION 🎃 (@Subtronics) October 20, 2019

Lol shut the fuck up

— Dubloadz (@Dubloadz) October 20, 2019

Lol not everything can be tiedyed sacred geometry

— bleep bloop (@bleepbloopbass) October 20, 2019

……………………………….LOL

— FuntCase | DPMO (@FuntCaseUK) October 21, 2019

my name literally means hell n I will worship the dark lord and bathe in the blood of my enemies as I please so kindly shut the fuck up n go listen to the wiggles or some shit

— 𝙃𝙑𝘿𝙀𝙎 (@hvdesmusic) October 21, 2019

Forreal. Let art be art, however anyone chooses to express it. No matter the form of expression, music is still positive and meant to create a community

— ATLiens (@ATLiensOfficial) October 21, 2019

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