Mashups | Calling All Heathen Thieves Who Love Lamborghini’s

Posted by on December 12, 2016

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You want a fitting end to this roller coaster of a year? Buckle up, keep your hands and legs inside your cubicle at all times, throw on Kap Slap’s latest mashup, “Heathen Thieves Love Lamborghini’s” and prepare to have your face liquified. You’ve been warned friends, nobody, I mean nobody hits a drop harder than Kap Slap. In his year-end mash, the LA-based producer expertly melds and mixes “Purple Lamborghini“, “In The Name Of Love“, and “Thief” with a hefty helping of signature “Slap Sauce” for a listening experienced that’ll have you licking your plate clean. Nab this heater on SoundCloud and make sure to catch the equally as hype video on Proximity’s Youtube channel. Don’t sleep on this guy, kiddies, 2017 is going to be massive for Mr. Slap.

Trap | Sean Turk Remixes Phil Good’s “Sleeping In” Single, And It’s Too Good

Posted by on December 8, 2016

Sean Turk. The guy is on fire right now. He keeps dropping this infectious remixes that we can’t help but post. This one is no surprise, as he absolutely crushes Phil Good’s “Sleeping In”. Sean Turk brings the bedroom bass. Stop messing around and download this bad boy immediately, and keep an eye out for a forthcoming original. Shout out to my dude, 3rd Lost King.

DOWNLOAD: Phil Good – Sleeping In (Sean Turk Remix)

Chill | Egzod’s Remix Of Hit “Feel The Fire” By Pluto & Ye. Adds The Fire

Posted by on December 8, 2016

The Orlando native known as Egzod had done something dozens of artists wished they could, locked in an official remix of the fall SoundCloud hit “Feel The Fire” by Pluto and Ye. The original spent nearly a week at the top of SoundCloud’s new and hot chart under electronic, something few artists can accomplish.

Egzod expands on the success with a tribal / survivalist feel added to the original. The small pops of percussion in the drop really gives the remix an unforgettable flair, on top of the live drum feel that pounds hard and fills the listener with vigor.

Egzod has much more up his sleeve in the next coming months. A new Insomniac’s Discovery Project release just dropped and a Spirited. release is coming in January. Keep an eye on this guy, he has something different to offer.

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Dubstep | Hairitage’s “They’re Overthrown” Revive’s A Classic Dubstep Feel

Posted by on October 29, 2016

Hairitage is a man of many faces, but one thing is for certain. The dude knows how to slay the game when it comes to quality bass. His latest original “They’re Overthrown,” which was picked up by Trapstyle (a channel with 111K following), combines a handful of classic dubstep elements with a modern feel like few others can capture. “They’re Overthrown” features mid-20th century movie audio clips, a cinematic/melodic feel to the drop, and contains serious substance in the intro, bridge and ending.

A quick look at Hairitage’s SoundCloud shows the guy has been in the game for quite some time, releasing a handful and originals on his own. “They’re Overthrown” showcases the solo artist is pushing the limits and trying to take his game next level, expanding the variety of sounds he produces.

Dubstep | Brig Expanding On Pirate Bass Music With New EP “Summer Melancholy”

Posted by 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.

Bass | Listen To The Western & Eastern Culture Collide With Koinu’s “Gainax Bounce”

Posted by on April 21, 2016

Kpop and Japanese culture are coming together stronger than ever – Koinu’s sound is at an abstract intersection where popular styles of western electronic music and the recent global explosion of the tradionally eastern music trends collide.

Genres like Kawaii and artists like Porter Robinson have showcased snapshots of Western culture, in particular North America, slowing getting turned on to eastern music trends. Over time, it’s only natural that something like Koinu would be born our of these colliding cultures. I suppose we got lucky Varien filled in the gap, given his experience and deeper themes his artistry typically displays.

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Koinu’s latest “Gainax Bounce” is an interesting ratio of bass and eastern vibes – a unique notch in the belt of releases the solo artist has pushed in the last few weeks.

If you like stand-out meaning and effort behind a sound, Koinu is your guy.

Alternative | NoMBe – Kemosabe

Posted by on November 4, 2015

This is my first post of NoMBe, but oh my oh my, this guy is not messing around when it comes to writing amazing records. Everything from the songwriting, the melodic production, and the unreal drums, NoMBe is a force! I think this is one act to follow, and I simply don’t have the words to describe how much heat i’m hearing! I expect really big things from this star in the making!