Dubstep | Sullivan King Drops Debut EP on Kannibalen Records

Posted by on September 19, 2017

Sullivan King has taken the bass world by storm with his metal-infused sound. Whether it’s with remixes or original singles, listeners are blown away each and every time. The same goes for his most recent release, except for the fact that it’s the first time he has put out an extended project. His debut EP, House of Wolves, has been released on Kannibalen Records, which is all too appropriate. Sullivan King shows off his unique sound in full force with gritty basslines and heavy riffs. There are a few producers out there right now changing the game and Sullivan King is one of them.

Bass | Dead Battery Returns To Kannibalen Records With Seeing Red EP

Posted by on September 6, 2017

Dead Battery is one of those special producers that not everybody knows about. He’s a true talent that can rise above the rest when he’s called forth. The only thing is that he runs on his own time. Luckily, we’ve gotten to see him come forth again, this time with an EP called Seeing Red. Complete with six tracks, he makes his return to the unique bass compositions that the select people who do know of him, recognize him for. This project follows up on his monumental Recovery album that was created after he had come out of a coma caused by a motorcycle accident. It’s safe to say he’s moving ahead with all cylinders firing.

Bass | DISTO Makes Kannibalen Records Debut With Free The Freaks EP

Posted by on August 29, 2017

Kannibalen Records continues to branch out and release tracks from third party acts. It seems to me they may end up expanding their roster soon, but only time will tell. For now they’re growing their catalog with works like their latest EP from DISTO. The Costa Rican producer dropped three hot tracks on his Free The Freaks project. Each shares its own unique qualities with the EP going from house to trap to dubstep. Free your inner freak with this project and get a copy of it today. If you’re not one to download, add it to your playlist!

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Electro | Proxy & Lektrique Bring Back Electro With “Break Your Skull”

Posted by on August 16, 2017

If you like Rezz, then you are going to love “Break Your Skull” by Proxy and Lektrique. Not only did they deliver that single through Kannibalen Records, but it comes with a B-side that is a must-listen also. Together these tracks form the Break Your Skull EP that just might live up to its name. Be careful, the bass on these could crack some heads, especially if headbanging is your main dance move. Proxy and Lektrique’s styles fit together perfectly, which comes as no surprise as they are Russia and Belgium’s finest when it comes to dance music.

Dubstep | Fed-Up Returns To Kannibalen Records With “Showdem”

Posted by on August 9, 2017

Back during the Winter holidays, Kannibalen Records released a major Christmas compilation. One of the tracks on the project was by the talented young producer Fed-Up. Now, he makes his return to the illustrious label with the original track “Showdem” that will rock your subs. The original dubstep tune is fresh and invigorating, with a dark tone that is just the opposite from what everyone else is going for this Summer season. Fed-Up brought the bass and a lot of heat with this one. Enjoy it and get a copy today or add it to your stream-able playlist.

Dubstep, Electro-House | Apashe Goes All Out With 16 Track Remix LP

Posted by on August 2, 2017

Usually when a remix project comes along it’s a small EP with a few to several tracks. Apashe didn’t want to do that for his Copter Boy LP. Instead he enlisted sixteen remixers to take on his one-of-a-kind project to make yet another one-of-a-kind project. The remixers include Ganja White Night, Dodge & Fuski, DISKORD, Arius, Goja and many others. All together this LP offers a wide array of sounds and styles, but centers in upon the bass scene. It’s Apashe and Kannibalen Records, you didn’t think you’d get away from the heavy stuff did you?

Dubstep | Kai Wachi Releases Two Songs In One With “LUVSICK”

Posted by on July 19, 2017

A lot of times when artists release a song, they switch up the second drop a little, but generally it still fits the same vibe as the first. Kai Wachi on the other hand when completely wild and basically wrote two songs in one. His newest single “LUVSICK” has Kai going forward with his usual bass-heavy sound, but then switches things up entirely in the second half, leaving you floored and thinking “is this the same song?” It is. On top of that we get a fiery hip-hop introduction and bridge with the help of rapper Ylti to spice things up even further. “LUVSICK” is major and it’s a must have for all Summer and Fall playlists.