Bass, Trap | LO-Def Follows Up Dim Mak Remix With “It’s On”

Posted by on April 15, 2017

Based in Garden Grove, you may have seen LO-DEF around on the internet via his official Dim Mak remix of “Devil’s Lettuce” by Bro Safari and ETC!ETC!. He’s now returned with his first single of the year, an original called “It’s On.” The release has all the makings that listeners got a taste of in the Dim Mak remix, but with a fresh core elements newly introduced.

The core of “It’s On” is certainly it’s hard, trap and bass feel. Pulsating, rhythmic percussion layer on top of dark, almost-spooky vibes found within this track that would undoubtably go off in the club. Gaining traction and getting noticed as an artist is, in part, about locking down credible achievements – Lo-Def is skipping ahead of his colleagues via strong productions, partnering with notable labels, and on-point branding.

Bass | Prismatic Releases New “Marathon” EP On MA Music

Posted by on April 15, 2017

Primsatic, based out of Maryland, has dropped Marathon EP packed full of empowering melodic bass tracks. John Schmulowitz whose stage name is Prismatic, is well loved by bassheads around the world. The first track on this EP is “Marathon,” which starts the experience off strong, but my favorite track is the third single “Empathy.” Love the euphoric intro and the smooth transition into the rest of the song. The 4th track “Droid,” which taps on a sweet spot, especially the second half where the composition of the beats are outstanding and refreshing.

If you dig a little deeper, you will find other gems (uplifting, euphoric dubstep tracks) which are similar in feel, but each have unique drops that take you there. Some particular songs are completely out of this world and will make you fall in love with dubstep all over again. If you aren’t satisfied with what you find, check him out at Flower of Life festival May 18-21, 2017.

Bass, Electro | Kai Wachi Frees More “Demons” With BTSM, Liquid Stranger & More

Posted by on April 12, 2017

Kannibalen Records keeps up their hot release schedule with a fire new EP from Kai Wachi and company. Officially taking on remix duties were Black Tiger Sex Machine, Liquid Stranger, SQUNTO and NuKid. If you’re a fan of bass music, this EP will serve you like no other. BTSM’s signature ferocious style comes out in full with their electro take, while Liquid Stranger infuses some classic dub sounds into his flip. SQUNTO delivers a headbangers dream with a vibrant remix and NuKid gets groovy with one of the best remixes on the project. Check out all four today and get a copy of the EP. It’s well worth it.

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Bass | DJ Snake’s “Here Comes The Night” Receives Impressive Rework From Crankdat

Posted by on April 7, 2017

The dude can do no wrong. Crankdat is back at it again, this time with an official remix of one of the biggest DJs in the world, DJ Snake. The Parisian superstar act dropped a strong remix pack featuring Crankdat, NGHTMRE and more. We decided to highlight Crankdat’s for you as he truly knocked this one out of the part. He hits you with two drops, the first being an explosive sequence layered with feel-good melodies. Crankdat throws his listeners a curveball though on the latter half with a minimal trap drop that likely goes off in the festival scene. The 20-year-old kid is on a roll and is getting ready for his major festival debut at Number Fest in Athens, OH. Tune into his latest remix above and enjoy!

Bass | Faethoms Release Original “Hypernautics” On Dance Label AIA

Posted by on April 3, 2017

Everyone has to climb the ranks of a certain stature at some point. All producers do it as they climb, or sometimes sprint, to super stardom. Orlando-based group Faethoms have released their latest bass fueled original “Hypernautics” on the label AIA, a household name for dance music fans.

“Hypernautics” does not just have strong arrangement, but ear-catching mixing/mastering, a balance of melody and bass, and an overall good production. Doesn’t matter who you are, that drop is surprising and fitting. Some artist try to go minimal in the drop and it flat-out does not work, this is the opposite of the case with “Hypernautics”. The group have released a Circus Records official remix and now an AIA original, they are on the right path to say the least.

Bass | Jack Squire Drops “Creatures,” Shares 5 Tips To Help Other Producers With Their Craft

Posted by on March 30, 2017

In light of Jack Squire’s new single release “Creatures” and new remix of “In My Head” by Virtual Riot – two bass songs that are mind blowing, not just from sound alone, but for noticeably strong arrangement, catchiness, and creativity found within – Jack has introduced a small chronical to help other producers consistently put out music and the social media content that comes with it.

Jack Squire has been around the block for a bit, so these tips should be embraced and internalized wherever possible to help the soon-to-be-star producer be that much closer to their goals.

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Bass | Crankdat Delivers Heavy Remix Of Mija’s Drum & Bass Single “Secrets”

Posted by on March 28, 2017

Man, it’s been a treat just watching Crankdat grow over the past year. The incredibly gifted Ohio native just turned 20 and is already playing at venues like Hakkasan in Vegas. Over the past couple months he’s really shown his versatility as a producer, dishing out remixes that come in the form of future bass, trap, dubstep and more. His latest release is a heavy rework of Mija’s drum & bass single “Secrets” and he brings us three different drops — all of which are impressive. You might want to carry a neck brace around after listening to this one given how much head-banging will likely go on during the course of the song. Check it out above and be sure to show this kid some love. He’s been on our radar for a while and for good reason. This remix is mint. Stay tuned for more.