Bass, House | Kalipzo Tries Out G-House on “I Like Cake”

Posted by on August 10, 2018

Los Angeles based Producer and DJ Kalipzo returns with a booming new single simply titled “Cake”. The low key Dubstep charged G-house banger is filled with bass and high energy! Every so often you hear a handful of vocal chops sprinkled throughout the record, who’s voice I’m assuming is Kalipzo herself. Her production matches her DJing intensity, flowing from dark and groovy to bright and hype. Kalipzo is a proud bisexual, and a strong advocate and activist for women’s and LGBTQ rights. “Cake” is a great introduction to the West Coast artists catalog if you’re not yet familar with it. Check out Kalibzo’s new single above now!

Bass, Dubstep | Kedzie Drops Debut EP On Kannibalen Records

Posted by on August 8, 2018

If we were going to use fantasy sports terms, then we’d have to say Kedzie is a sleeper pick. He may not be the most well known bass producer, but he just might become on. His unique style has been laid out single after single, but now the Chicago producer has dropped his debut EP on Kannibalen Records. Showcasing his expansive sound like never before, we get to hear new sides to Kedzie in three tracks. Together they are the biggest piece of evidence as to why Kedzie needs to be a name you follow from here on out.

Bass | HVDES Announces Upcoming EP With Dark Single

Posted by on August 8, 2018

HVDES has quickly made her dark mark on the dance music scene. Her bass-booming tracks are totally her own, unique from what most everyone else is doing and that’s just why she stuck out to me. It’s been a bit since we’ve heard an original from her, but now she’s back in action. Her single “What The Devil Does” is as dark and epic as it sounds. Not only do we get this free download, but it comes with the news of her debut EP that will be coming out on Kannibalen Records!

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Bass, Chill | Mel G’s The Light Remixed by Deep Shoq, FreshtillDef & others

Posted by on August 4, 2018

Mel G’s multi genre EP The Light came out a few months back, and now there is a remix compilation/mix out that features a smorgasbord of new takes on the original single. The Light’s 7 new takes are all in their own lane, sound wise, and they’re all pretty rad. Black Marble Collective unleashed the debut and now have released this remix project too. Check it out above now!

Bass, Chill, RnB | BENJMN Is Far From “Complicated” on New Single

Posted by on August 1, 2018

“Complicated” is the catchy debut single by BENJMN. The recent release show’s off the musicians layered style that blends together R&b and pop into one sappy sound. BENJMN is gearing up to release his first ever project very soon, so keep your eyes open for that, but in the meantime listen to “Complicated” it’s got a bold vibe to it that is incredibly fresh. Check it out now above!

Bass | Nurko & Last Heroes Team Up On NoCopyrightSounds Original “Promise Me ft. Jessie Chambers”

Posted by on July 23, 2018

A trio of talent have teamed up on a melodic-bass influenced work “Promise Me.” The vocal work of Jessie Chambers, melding naturally to the heavy, almost-melancholy instrumental the original lays down. For Nurko, this single marks his first original on the label, a nice addition to recent achievements like premiere support from established music outlets, millions of plays, and having made his overall debut on the label, NoCopyrightSounds, only weeks earlier via “Egzod – Paper Crowns ft. The Leo The Kind (Nurko Remix).” Last Heroes are long-standing players in the NCS family too, several releases with bass-fueled emotion can be found on their streaming channels – even an Au5 collaboration in the midst of the duo’s roster. Together, Nurko and Last Heroes “Promise Me” strikes a natural balance between all parties, including the fans.

Bass, Chill | Synymata Puts His Take On Hit Single “Dreamer” In New Remix

Posted by on July 19, 2018

There isn’t a load that separate’s one producer from another. A constant flood of a singles that always seems to be growing and only separate themselves by the whim of whomever may keep the gate is the model of music today. Yet, Synymata is relying on creativity and intuitiveness to help bring forth a intense ride to fans and curators alike. His live shows boast a far-from-novice helmet that hides the face of the DJ/producer, slamming everything from bangers to infectious dance-pop singles that some how string together in a workable manner.

Synymata’s new remix of “Dreamer” seems to be a middle ground of sorts between the two sounds he puts out there, the remix including a sharp heaviness in the drop but douses the surrounding song structure with some serious fire. As time passes, there becomes more that seperates Synymata.