Bass | Focus Fire Creates Bass-Oriented Original “Everybody Wants” Alongside David Shane and Exclusion

Posted by on March 7, 2019

Focus Fire and Exclusion have made an emotionally charged original that hits you in the feels fast, “Everybody Wants (feat. David Shane).” The highly melodic and enchanting vocals soften the listener while the drop soon follows after. The single gets quite technical with the first and second half’s of the tune almost playing out like 2 different songs. The build up and drops are bass-oriented at the core, yet are built on a cloudy soundscape that are all it’s own – the totality of the tune being professional and quality.

Focus Fire have been busy late 2018, early 2019, with several singles already behind them this year. Collaborations with Similar Outskirts, Nanoo, Exclusion, and David Shane showcases Focus Fire’s ability to fan the creative flames to full ignition with all the creators they work with. Given Focus Fire’s ease of finishing productions, their 5th single of 2019 most likely isn’t far away.

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.

Bass | Focus Fire And Similar Outskirts Drop Out-Of-This-World Bass Single “Dimensions”

Posted by on January 30, 2019

“Dimensions” is a riveting single from the collaborative efforts of two forces, Focus Fire and Similar Outskirts. Contrary to the punishing and dominating nature of Focus Fire’s previous release “Spire,” “Dimensions” somewhat flows in a lighter arena, showcasing electro influence alongside a video-game music style. In the end, the single slaps, with plenty of quality moments built in.

Focus Fire, a duo known for their diverse tracks but also bass-heavy, satisfying live performances, aren’t slowing down anytime soon. With “Dimensions” being their second release this month and more events surely in the works, this duo is fast rising and one to watch out for. Similar Outskirts pairs up nicely with FF, their styles melding together and making the release a natural fit. One should expect more content from both acts in the coming weeks.


Bass | Focus Fire And Nanoo Team Up On Invigorating Bass Release “Spire”

Posted by on January 17, 2019

Two acts who have been crossing our paths lately have produced a banger worth hearing. “Spire” is the culmination of two bass artists who know what they are doing in the studio. One can tell that the release was crafted from all angles, the percussion being the spine behind the single while the bass is 100% the meat. “Spire” slaps with a vengeance and should not be dealt with lightly.

Christian Ellison and Zack Morgan, known as Focus Fire, are making serious strides in the scene. From headlining their first show via STAGE in Seattle, playing Naughty N Nice Festival in Salt Lake City, and slotted as direct support for Adventure Club to landing releases on NoCopyrightSounds and Martin Garrix’s label STMPED Records, the duo are on an incline to say the least.

Nanoo has been releasing since 2012 and has a plethora of releases to be experience on his streaming channels, making his way on labels such as Play Me Records, this veteran DJ/producer has the above average chops to deliver some serious production goods.


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Just over a year old the Arizona based duo Focus Fire has caught the attention of the entire FNT team. For their latest track they’ve teamed up with the vocal group Sidekicks to give us a progressive house piece that is non-stop feel good from start to finish. The up beat tempo and absolutely killer vocals in “Follow You” make this song almost impossible too listen to without bobbing your head. These two may not be very well known for now, but with hits like this one, that is sure to change.

Free Download: Follow You