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.

Dubstep | Top $helf Drops Debut EP Oblivion on Kannibalen Records

Posted by on June 20, 2018

One name that keeps popping up in bass music is Top $helf. The LA beatmaker has had a string of solid releases, including our introduction to him last year on the Kannibalen Records Christmas compilation. He has now returned to the illustrious imprint with his debut EP, Oblivion, that comes complete with four tracks. All four singles share a certain tone that weaves them together as a project, but each have their own identity within the grand scheme. It’s a project with depth and we’re glad Top $helf finally took the step to do an extended project like this one.

Dubstep | KJ Sawka & Noya Bring The Heat With “Rising Sun”

Posted by on June 6, 2018

KJ Sawka, the drummer for Pendulum and Destroid, has debuted on Kannibalen Records alongside the bass beast Noya. Their collaborative single “Rising Sun” has all the right sounds blended together to perfection. It’s a rock solid record that doesn’t just bring one style to the table like a lot of dubstep seems to do. Instead of being one dimensional, KJ Sawka and Noya took things next level by adding dynamic elements together. “Rising Sun” is a must and we hope it’s not the last we hear from these two talented producers.


Dubstep | Kannibalen Records Drops MEGA Collab From Felmax, Sam Lamar & Boogie T

Posted by on May 2, 2018

It’s festival season, so we’d expect for major collaborations to start coming out. That’s just what we’ve got going on here with the new single “BAD” from Felmax, Sam Lamar and Boogie T, three of bass music’s finest up and coming producers. Released on Kannibalen Records, this bass heavy original will show no mercy to the festival grounds. Look for headbangers to break the rails and mosh pits to ensue once this beastly creation is unleashed. If you’re someone looking for the perfect track to rage to, then you have found it.

Bass | Sullivan King Drops Largest EP To Date On Kannibalen Records

Posted by on April 27, 2018

The metalhead turned bass behemoth Sullivan King has just dropped his largest project to date. The seven track EP entitled Come One, Come All found a home with Kannibalen Records, which is the perfect match. Fans of anything aggressive will fall in love with this EP and Sullivan King, but he doesn’t just dish up his usual bassy beats. He did the smart thing on this extended release and showed some new sides to him – more melodic sounds that are equally as powerful as his monstrous hybrid records. Enjoy this one over the weekend while you rage!

Dubstep | Sullivan King Returns To Kannibalen Records With Heavy “Dropkick”

Posted by on April 6, 2018

The metal-bass head Sullivan King has returned to the esteemed imprint Kannibalen Records with a heavy new original. Sullivan has a huge EP incoming on April 27th, but he’s launched the EP campaign with his lead single called “Dropkick” that hits HARD. The song expresses Sullivan King’s signature sound, one that fans have come to know and love across the globe. From the vocals to the guitar to the production, Sully went all out for this hard-nosed single. Expect to hear more from his EP soon!

Chill | Dabin Brings The Feels With His Memorable Pyres EP

Posted by on March 30, 2018

Dabin has long been a producer that has pushed the boundaries of sound. He’s shifted his focus over the years and settled in on his own signature style that’s caught the eyes and ears of esteemed talents such as Illenium, who has taken Dabin on tour and continues to work alongside him. I’ve been waiting for another big project from Dabin and today it came in the form of his Pyres EP. Complete with two tracks, Dabin’s iconic style is displayed in full. Each track is equally as powerful, but share a slight difference in tone. This is the EP you need for the weekend. He brought all the feels on it!