Bass, Trap | Hydraulix Releases Bass-Heavy Multi-Genre EP Entitled “Kingdom”

Posted by on July 2, 2018

Bass music is an ever evolving genre, clearly Hydraulix has come across a multitude of genres and influences in his days for something like Kingdom EP to bind it’s roots and eventually make it’s way out of him. Hydraulix showcases many styles in the EP, the music also sending a message that he’s not about one vibe when it comes to what he represents. The sick 3D artist and diverse beats create more than a lasting impression that parallels the music in surprising ways, props to Hydaulix for digging deep and making something strong for the long term.

Mix, Trap | Jesse Slayter – The Future FM Mix

Posted by on April 22, 2014

Jesse Slayter Side Profile

Louisiana native and LSU student, Jesse Slayter is not just a normal college student. While his peers were heading down to Buku Music & Arts Festival to see acts like Nas, Zedd, Kaskade and Chance The Rapper, he was also heading down for a totally different reason, to perform. His discography already reads like that of a seasoned vet and the artists who have supported him (Skrillex, Diplo, Valentino Khan, UZ, etc) make most of his peers envious. He recently dropped an exquisitely crafted mix that is some mid-tempo magic, switching between trap, sensual rnb influenced beats, and some moombah madness. He packs in a whole bunch of unreleased tunes, including his upcoming collab with Wuki.

Events | Event Review: UZ, K Theory, & Vital Riots, 09/NOV/2013

Posted by on November 10, 2013

UZ @ The Graduate, 09/NOV/2013 (LoDef)


People have always told me about how mysterious UZ is; how enigmatic the act is that he puts on – and after his performance last night in San Luis Obispo, I’m here to tell you how cool it actually is.

Following two killer sets from Vital Riots and K Theory, the mystery man put on an insane, trap-filled set that lit up the entire venue, keeping the crowd moving track, after track, after track. Throwing down pieces from his “Trap Sh*t” series, all the way to DJ Snake’s “Bird Machine,” UZ had it going on from start to finish. Even with this girl trying (way too hard) to dance in front of him during his set, the new age trap star remained unfazed.

K Theory @ The Graduate, 09/NOV/2013 (LoDef)

Speaking of “that girl” (who ended up getting kicked off stage about three times), she even tried to grind on/make out with Malcolm of K Theory during their set. Thankfully, he had the sense to say no, and continue with one of the most versatile EDM acts I’ve seen a while (which is especially impressive considering they were missing their third member, Dylan, who fell seriously ill shortly before the show). Regardless of any strange women trying to take the stage that night, the Black & Gold Party at The Graduate was definitely a great experience, and a show you should feel sad about missing if you weren’t there – sucks to suck. S/O to Collective Effort Events for putting together a great lineup.


Events | Black & Gold Party: UZ, K Theory, & Vital Riots @ The Graduate, Saturday 11/9/13

Posted by on November 7, 2013


Big things coming to San Luis Obispo, CA this Saturday (09/NOV) – come out and see one of the original trap legends UZ tear up The Graduate in downtown SLO; and for those of you who haven’t had the distinct pleasure of going absolutely crazy to one of his tracks, this event is definitely a good place to start. UZ began posting on Soundcloud last year, and eventually got picked up by Jeffree’s, a sublabel of Mad Decent, to put out his “Trap Sh*t” series. All of the records in that installment are quality, and since then, the mystery man’s thrown down numerous other bangers under the likes of Mau5trap, BNR, Ultra, Owsla, and the rest: definitely a show you don’t want to miss. Get your tickets HERE.

UZ: Facebook | Soundcloud | Twitter

K Theory: Facebook | Soundcloud | Twitter – – Vital Riots: Facebook | Soundcloud | Twitter

In the meantime, here’s his new video with Trae Tha Truth, Problem, & Trinidad James to  help you get psyched up for this weekend, and maybe shed some light on why heavy-hitting artists like Skrillex, Diplo, Flosstradamus, along with many others, have been backing this guy up: