Bass | Tiigers Unleash Hell on MA Music via “Alpha EP”

Posted by on February 15, 2019

Tiigers latest release “Blood,” a single off the Alpha EP, styles an evil feeling bass sound with a certain outstanding trait: technicality. The arrangement, transitions, and drum patterns make the release memorable. Tiigers have been around the block a bit, they’ve had official releases signed to Never Say Die, plenty of tunes and streams under their belt, and have been a fast growing act within the bass scene. ”Blood” sets the tone for Alpha EP. Next is “Screws” on the 22nd, followed by the EP in full on March 1st.

Bass | Egzod Releases Single “Reserve feat. Leo The Kind” on Trap Nation

Posted by on February 15, 2019

Egzod makes his Trap Nation debut with “Reserve feat. Leo The Kind,” a single which doesn’t stray too far outside the cinematic Egzod style, but well-delivers a punch of intense optimism. The massive brass drops slams with a fun-loving vengeance that hits the spot, a moment that returns for a second serving later in the track.

Since 2015, Egzod has been pushing his illustrative bass singles each with their own theme, in fall 2018 he released the three track-instrumental Atman EP. Having garnered over 30 million plays since inception, Egzod boasts a solid sound and roster of achievements and is set up to keep doing so.

Bass | Flux Pavilion’s “I Can’t Stop” Gets A New Face With Focus Fire Edit

Posted by on February 15, 2019

Who doesn’t like a new twist on an old favorite? That’s exactly what Focus Fire deliver in their release that came out recently, the duo are known for throwing down some serious bass while not ignoring the melodic side of the soundscape; a little bit of both come together on this latest one, a remix of Flux Pavilion’s “I Can’t Stop.” The releases SoundCloud play count already speeding up rapidly.

Focus Fire have been on their A-game lately, tackling shows just as much the music, alongside a lot of unique work going on on the back-end. Their hustle being expressed through the achievements they lock down. Focus Fire are ones to keep an eye one, in particular if you like bass.

DO SOMETHING

Dance | Justin Caruso Remixes Two Friends’ “With My Homies” And It’s Glorious

Posted by on February 15, 2019

Justin Caruso has blessed us with yet another remix, and as expected, it’s really good. Justin is an amazing producer, who not only delivers incredible originals, but crushes remixes and edits. This one took the original from Two Friends, and turned it into a catchy dance track with a melody you will not stop singing. Go check this one out for yourself!
Be sure to stay informed with Justin’s new music by following his socials!

Facebook | SoundCloud | Instagram

Future Trap | RUUD And Romy Dya Collaborate on Dance-Pop Infused Bass Track “Fire It Up”

Posted by on February 15, 2019

“Fire It Up,” a dance pop crossover that’s just as strong as the message expressed through the vocal. The song resonates with the themes of re-starting the engine whenever things fail in life, sparking up the motivation and desire to go make a change in your surroundings. The release has heavy moments but is all together a feel-good easy-going experience with anthems built in.Both of the artists featured on this release have their own steam brewing, RUUD launched his career with a popular “Fireflies“ cover, originally done by Owl City, while Romy Dia recently wrapped up a collaboration with the one and only Martin Garrix. Their talents truly unfold well on “Fire It Up,” together.

Bass | AYOO Inject Their Style Into Lauryn Hill Classic “Doo Wop”

Posted by on February 15, 2019

AYOO made their presence well-known in 2018, with a slew of releases and performances alongside Malaa, AC Slater, Phlegmatic Dogs and Volac. As a brother duo, their style is multi-dimensional and typically falls on the heavier side of bass and house. Remixing the classic “Doo Wop” by Lauren Hill, AYOO once again highlights their versatility by throwing together multiple sub-genres in a single release on this one. The tune is stitched together in a fitting and organic manner, making it easy and inviting to throw down. AYOO is certain to have more releases coming down the pipeline with “Doo Wop (AYOO Remix)” only symbolizing the start.

Bass | Bellorum Decimates With 4-Track EP “The Giant” Released on Barong Family.

Posted by on February 15, 2019

The Giant EP marks the return of the solo DJ/producer Bellorum onto Barong Family. The EP starts with two massive songs “Escape” and “Giant,” both featuring heavy brass, pulsing rhythms, and structure that carries the listener from start to finish. “Arrival” and “Let Me Go” close out the listener with class.

Bellorum has had music by his side all his life, since the age of six – now 23 the soloist is advanced in his production capability and shows it – having releases on Barong Family, Insomniac Records, NestHQ , Maca, La Clinica Records,  scoring plays over 1.5 million, and much more. Bellorum sets himself apart in the busy field of the trap music scene.