Posted by VMan on September 29, 2016
Dance music is a worldwide phenomenon. There are great producers all over the globe. One of those producers who has been garnering a lot of attention in his homeland is SHIVV. In India, he is one of the best. He’s had a few releases, including a recreation of the National Song of India, but now he’s gearing up for his debut EP. Today we have the first song off the project, “3 Seconds.” SHIVV’s style is reminiscent of classic gaming sounds that many of the 90’s kids will likely gravitate towards. Highly melodic, “3 Seconds” is a memorable single that has us excited for what’s to come. Stream the single today, download it for free, and follow SHIVV on Soundcloud to keep up to date on what this talent has coming.
SHIVV – 3 Seconds: Free Download
Posted by VMan on September 23, 2016
astronomar is a widely supported artist. Skrillex, Diplo, and so many more have been all over his music for years. Back in the day, his remix Wax Motif & Neoteric’s “We Go Deep” was just everywhere. More recently, Marlon Lumba aka astronomar has released on OWSLA, Ministry of Sound, and BNR Trax, as well as started his own label Main Course, which features it’s own bunch of unique songs, mostly hard stuff.
Today, astronomar has released an original entitled “Run It.” The tune has more of a mysterious side, but there’s no beating around the push when it comes to the power of this tune, this one is a banger. “Run It” features a classic 2016 dubstep/trap hybrid drop but pushed to the limit, plus so much more.
astronomar talent has longevity, he’s has carved out a chunk of the scene all for himself and his keeping it.
Posted by VMan on September 15, 2016
Brig is one of the most underrated artists in the bass game. He has been around for a while, has made several EP’s, has songs that take you to a new place, but hasn’t really hit the next level tear where you become a household name. Let’s change that.
Not sure what’s stopping him, but this guy has got it. Brig’s new EP will rock your socks off, containing a perfect balance of sounds that any bass head would like, and some that will flat-out surprise them.
Posted by VMan on September 12, 2016
Kai Wachi has long been a pillar in the bass music scene. Often times, you’ll find that your favorite producer’s favorite producer is Kai Wachi. Kai has been signed to Kannibalen Records for years now, and the two make an incredible match. Recently, his home imprint released Kai’s biggest EP to date, $KULL TEAM. This project features four singles, including a collaboration with the lovely Anna Yvette on “Need You.” Their work together closes out the EP with such strength that you wish it had come sooner. Before you get there though, you are met with three singles, two of which share Kai’s heavy hybrid style, and “RED,” a fiery electro original. Overall, this is one of the best EPs you are going to find if you are into bass music. Kai Wachi is setting himself for an incredible year in 2017. Let’s see how he closes 2016 out after this amazing EP.
Kai Wachi – $KULL TEAM: Download EP through Digital Stores
Posted by VMan on September 12, 2016
Fox Stevenson is one artist with phenomenal longevity. The dude has been promoting his music since around 2012, which is basically ancient history in electronic music years. He’s been on huge labels including Firepower Records, Disciple Records, Spinnin’ Records, and more. He decided again to go with Disciple Records with this one -a fitting choice given the sound.
“Rocket” by Fox Stevenson not only features sick dirty guitar riffs, but throws down with huge, sick basslines that are both melodic and heavy. Fox Stevenson always puts out gold, “Rocket” is another notch in the belt. An original masterpiece.
Posted by VMan on August 8, 2016
With an almost My Chemical Romance like intro, Trivecta creates an experimental, rough-around-the-edges, semi-emo bass track that will surely capture a wide span of electronic music fans across EDM scene, via “Labyrinth (feat. Miyoki)”. Video game fans will dig this, bass heads will love it, those who enjoy a cinematic-like quality to their tunes, right there with them.
The Trivecta trip captures via “Labyrinth (feat. Miyoki)” is a mecca of detail, strong design, and a little bit of indescribable magic that strikes during peak intensity with this one. Trivecta is not to be messed with.