Bass | FNT Premiere: Barely Great Teases Dark Trap-Infused “QUESTIONS” off of ‘Imperfect’ EP

Posted by on August 15, 2019

Barely Great is creating quite a rumble with his soon-to-be-teased singles. The trail of music is leading to an epic August 23rd release date, where Imperfect EP, a culmination of heavy bass songs each with it’s own stand-alone firepower behind them, will be unveiled.

“Questions” keeps the listener guessing, entrancing-liquid basslines takes center-stage at some moments while trap-induced synths may others. The topline is all carried by the fluid, yet structured nature of the percussion. The combination is particularly heavy, but with an attractive flow to it all around.

Barely Great is building steam proper with these teases. Now “Questions” sets the standard of what to generally expect, making Imperfect EP look better than ever.

Bass, Chill | Bosa’s “Sakura Samurai” a strong follow up to latest EP

Posted by on August 15, 2019

Bosa’s “Sakura Samurai” put more of that world culture infused experimental bass sound on display, surely more meat for the wolves of fans that Bosa can’t seem to keep off of their last EP or away from festival spots. Facetiousness aside, this single acts as a fitting and natural follow-up to the blessings bestowed via Eyes of the Jaguar. From the wooden percussion sounds to the fast and loose use of a variety of well cultured instruments, “Sakura Samurai” is packed full of chill, therapy-inducing moments.

Stephan Jacobs and Sunev Lovechild make up the duo Bosa, with decades of experience between them and tens of thousands of fans touched via their musical footprint. The Bosa legacy is more well known than one would think.

Electro-House, House | Birthdayy Partyy Kick It Old School With “Pajama Time”

Posted by on August 14, 2019

Birthdayy Partyy are known for their fun, free records, but their latest might just take the cake as their funnest yet. “Pajama Time” is should be all the time. With a recognizable vocal drop, albeit re-recorded to perfection, and blasts of bustling bass grooves, this record deserves to be at the top of any and all Summer/festival playlists going forward. What I find exceptional about “Pajama Time” is its fusion of old school retro sounds with newer more technical designs. As always, this BP tune is out as a free download for any file collectors still lurking out there!

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Albums | Tyzo Bloom dazzles with new single “keep you longer”

Posted by on August 12, 2019

Tyzo Bloom is one of those artists that just popped up on my radar this year. His breakout single “SUCKER” was one of my favorite tracks of the Summer. Since then he’s been slowly unveiling his upcoming debut EP. A few weeks ago we covered “i want you to stay” and we’re here for his new single “keep you longer”.

“keep you longer” is a bit of deviation from his previous releases. With bombastic percussion, Tyzo Bloom shows he can do more than create amazing indie pop music. Check it out below and see this new sound that Tyzo is crafting.

Electronic | Egzod & Sinego Tap Into Latin Vibes In Bass-Influenced Single “Patience”

Posted by on August 11, 2019

Two friends and two electronic artist who have decades of experience collectively between them have fused styles on “Patience.” The single features a Spanish verse which ties right into the narrative presented by the lyrics. In terms of the instrumental, the beat has a well-structured flow to it that enhances the sing-along nature of the gritty beat underlying the topline. The bass acts as a power center while the melody enchants the ears. “Patience” fits many settings, potentially please folks ranging from music discovery nerds to music-dependent gym-addicts. With that said, Egzod and Sinego nailed multiple pleasure centers with this one.

Sinego built his fanbase on Latin-leaning dance songs bursting with originality and spirit. After quickly garnering multi-millions of streams over the course of several months, his effort in areas such as brand identity and video content made him a serious personality with social currency to spare today, in particular within Hispanic/Latino audiences.

Egzod continues to grow in fanbase of cinematic melodic bass fans, with over 40 million plays, festival/club dates under his belt, substantial licensing deals, and averaging around 1 release a month year-round, Egzod is more often in your feed than not.

Electronic | Corporate Slackrs Tease Upcoming EP Through Debut Single “S.M.S”

Posted by on August 10, 2019

Corporate Slackrs have their own trails and triumphs story about how making the move to LA to pursue electronic artists careers impacted them. Their upcoming EP Highs & Lows, and now the first single “S.M.S,” along with it, articulates different moments Devin and AJ literally or figuratively went through or came to realize after the start of their new life. The beat that ties around the lyrics, sang by co-member Devin himself, strikes an eclectic balance between rock, trap, and general modern dance music effects and atmospheres.

The end result is something new feeling with a dash of familiarity built in. Highs & Lows EP is set to release in October with one additional single dropping next month.

Chill, Electronic | KDL Hits A Home Run With Rising Vocalist Ferras In “777”

Posted by on August 10, 2019

KDL and Ferras have teamed up on a single that is a slow-song, yet has swing. “777” comes packed with meaning, emotional, and sad-ish beat, yet maintains a certain feeling of club-friendly 100%. The crossover nature of the single is certain to help it reach and stick to great number of folks as it gets in the public consciousness. Aside from this, the overall originality and feeling of “777” is a major highlight, from the silent, echo-induced bridge to the sing-along nature of the chorus, KDL and Ferras knocked this one out of the park.

Eddie Timmons and BPM are the names behind KDL – plenty of producing, songwriting, and networking experience is found between these two. With a wise sense of sound as well as strong collaborator selection methods, KDL will be rising fast in no time.