Bass | Sullivan King Finally Drops Iconic “Bad Times” Single

Posted by on July 26, 2019

For a song called “Bad Times,” this new Sullivan King single is nothing but a good time, especially if you are a headbanging basshead. We’ve come to know Sullivan by his iconic metal meets dubstep sound, but lately Sullivan has been striding for a more alternative sound reminiscent of 2000’s rock. We get more of that here with Sullivan’s vocal soaring higher than ever before. “Bad Times” is a very distinct record which is no doubt why fans have been dying to have it since the first time it was dropped in a set. No more waiting, “Bad Times” is here.

Bass | Draeden Makes His Original Debut With Conquest EP

Posted by on July 15, 2019

The Montreal producer Draeden has made his original debut with the four part Conquest EP. Released on Kannibalen Records, this project technically sees Draeden return to the imprint after an official remix for Sullivan King that was his first official release. The remix was incredible, but in seeing Draeden work with completely original material and bringing to life a concept EP like Conquest is magnificent. Draeden’s multi-genre approach blending classical with bass for a truly cinematic sound is something special that I hope to hear more of very soon! For now, I’ll be enjoying Conquest to the fullest.

Bass | Kai Wachi Drops Epic Debut LP DEMIGOD

Posted by on May 31, 2019

After teasing us with numerous singles, Kai Wachi has finally released his highly anticipated debut album, DEMIGOD, on Kannibalen Records. Boise’s bass boss delivered a dozen tracks that not only showcase his signature sound taken to new heights, but Kai also provides listeners with a bit more diversity with chiller hits like “Heartless” and “Photograph” that really stand out. It’s not just a whole bunch of aggressive dubstep tracks smacked together, it’s an epic journey from start to finish. Don’t sleep on Kai Wachi. Check out DEMIGOD today and share it with your friends. They’ll love you for it.
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Bass | Kai Wachi & Famous Dex Turn Up On “Hollow”

Posted by on May 24, 2019

We are just one week away from the release of Kai Wachi’s debut album, Demigod, on Kannibalen Records. To bring us one step closer, Kai dropped the biggest collaboration of his career with the rapper Famous Dex. Coming off huge sets at EDC Las Vegas, Kai is riding high on his way to the top of the bass music ladder. “Hollow” could easily be one of the top tracks of the whole year. His top tier sound design comes out in full alongside Famous Dex’s slick verses. Stream it, share it, enjoy!

Bass | Black Tiger Sex Machine Team Up With Blanke & Drop New EP

Posted by on March 15, 2019

Black Tiger Sex Machine unveil the next chapter in their post-apocalyptic saga with their Download the Future EP. This two-track project features a major collaboration with the up and coming Australian producer Blanke, who previously partnered up with Rezz on a track. Together these two acts created “Hacker,” an electro-fueled gem that has a bit of a surprise for listeners. On the flip side, BTSM keep it solo for the title track that brings down the house with bass. With festival season upon us, don’t be surprised when these two gems keep popping up in sets everywhere.

Chill, Cover | Apashe & Cherry Lena Cover Classic “Feeling Good”

Posted by on November 16, 2018

“Feeling Good” was made popular by Nina Simone back in the mid 1960’s, but came out before that via a musical. Since those days it’s been covered by countless talents, but this newly released take by Apashe and Cherry Lena sticks out above the rest. Apashe’s tasteful interpretation of the composition matches the next level performance by Cherry Lena. Some might not think to put these artists with such names as Michael Buble, John Coltrane, MUSE and of course Nina Simone, but that’s just where they belong. So, click play and start feeling good!

Bass | Apashe & Black Prez Return For Second Collab “Do It”

Posted by on September 26, 2018

Apashe’s Requiem EP was an epic collection of works unlike anything I had heard before. It couldn’t have been an easy project to follow up, but that’s just what Apashe is doing with his new single “Do It.” The emcee Black Prez returns to Apashe’s side on this one which takes a harder route than their previous track together. Here Apashe delves more into the dubstep world with a gritty bassline that still retains a melodic catchy sound. Not only is it a dope record, but it comes with a message that’s fairly obvious, as well as one that isn’t until you hear the very end of the record. So go on and click play!