Hi I’m Ghost – On The Run ft Ashley Apollodor

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Rising bass duo, Hi I’m Ghost, has released a staggering single titled “On The Run,” featuring Ashley Apollodor. The elaborate piece begins with unwavering violin progressions followed by an escalation of raw synths accompanied by eerie vocal samples. “On The Run” is a striking compilation of dramatic climaxes, dissonant melodies, and prominent undertones, which Hi I’m Ghost has mastered as an aspect of their signature sound.

The up-and-coming act comprised of lifelong musicians Tiago Nunez and Nathan Davis has been captivating listeners across the world for their distinct versatile style, which showcases skilled production technique and an experimentation with different sounds. They have been supported by bass music heavy-hitters Datsik and Snails, and have received the full support of Firepower Records. With their latest bruising track, “On The Run,” Hi I’m Ghost show no signs of backing down from their unrelenting invigorating productions which put them in the running to be one of dance music’s most promising acts of 2018.

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Culprate surveys new subdued style in new EP, ‘Unity Project, Part 3’

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Over the last few months, Culprate has steadily released a series of EPs with a special twist. The UK-based underground dubstep producer took to his Twitch channel, where he routinely discusses music production and tips, to put out the two previous bodies of work that he created alongside members of the online community itself.

Now Culprate has released the third part in his Unity Project EP series, featuring newcomer artists Quok, Aether, Frequent, Protostar, Bloom and Keota & Sophie Meiers, to further highlight the sense of togetherness and creativity on his channel.

In keeping with his artistic message of unity and togetherness, Culprate’s third EP delivers an eclectic package of subdued, expertly-crafted electronic tracks, taking a step away aesthetically from his previous two EPs. The result is a left-field journey through melodic indie-dance, underground dubstep, and changing tempos. Deep, diverse and unabashedly eclectic, Unity Project, Part 3 neatly encapsulates the limitless potential of artistic collaboration and experimental styles.

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Gaming collides with electronic music in Nitro Fun’s new EP, ‘Closure’

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Gustavo Rangel started producing music at age 14, thanks to an obsession with video gaming and his desire to incorporate gaming elements into music. One year later, the gamer turned music producer won a remix contest on Monstercat, and the rest is history. Rangel was the youngest artist signed to Monstercat at the time, and has been producing music ever since. The Mexican native now produces under the moniker Nitro Fun, and he is back with three new releases in the form of an EP Closure, which are out now on The Arcadium.

The Arcadium is a new label created for gamers looking for free music to incorporate into their content, thus being the perfect fit for Nitro Fun’s desire to incorporate gaming elements into his tracks. The three tracks each have a very distinctive style.

“Go 4 it” is upbeat and would arguably be the perfect backdrop for a Mario Kart game with its retro gaming vibe.

“Leaders” is reminiscent of old-school Porter Robinson with its elaborate combination of elements and commanding future bass framework until the song switches directions and leads into LoneMoon’s rapping and a harder trap drop.

“Keygen” has the capacity to get stuck in anyone’s head, and it is the hardest of the three tracks. Monstrous dubstep chords captivate the listener from the drop’s inception.

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KAYZO – OVERLOAD feat. Micah Martin

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Hayden Capuozzo — aka KAYZO — has ascended the ranks of dubstep and trap producers, solidifying himself as one of electronic music’s most versatile young producers. His discography has received support from a flock of A-List producers, even going deep on BBC Radio 1’s Diplo & Friends show. To begin the year Capuozzo went b2b with HerobustJauzOokayGetter and Slushii on Holy Ship!

Newest track “OVERLOAD” featuring Micah Martin begins as a textbook dub heavy release, shifting gears around the three minute mark to take the form of a psy-trance-inspired firework. KAYZO’s mercurial artistic progression, off kilter approach to production, and stringent devotion to his craft are all certain to propel him further into the electronic music stratosphere in 2018.

 

 

 

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Datsik & Virtual Riot – Warriors of the Night

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Two certifiable bass maestros have combined forces for a grueling, riddim-inspired festival tune.

“Warriors of the Night” amalgamates Datisk‘s heavy set bass lines with Virtual Riot‘s snarling synths in a sonic concoction that is certain to have bass heads across the country leaning and rocking come festival season. The track comes on the heels of Datsik’s collaboration with 1000volts on “Monster” back in August. Recently, Datsik has been trying his hand experimenting with the alter ego known as Ephwurd. Virtual Riot recently turned heads with his satirical outline of ‘EDM News in 2055’ and the VIP release of his track “Everyday”.

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Jauz x Crankdat – I Hold Still (Slushii VIP Mix) [Free Download]

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Breakout artist Crankdat teamed up with bass phenomenon Jauz for the collaborative “I Hold Still,” — a track that graced mainstages across the world both before its much-anticipated release. Slushii has decided to give fans a Christmas treat with the release of his VIP remix of the track, and also provides vocals of his own.

Bouncing xylophone-esque chords and heavily processed vocals open the track into one of the most intense drops from the LA-based producer this year. While maintaining the same flow and sound as the original, Slushii’s rendition of “I Hold Still” can only be described as a dirtier version of the already hard-hitting track.

Fans can be sure they will be hearing this VIP remix of the hit song in festival and club sets to come in 2018. The track is available as a free download.

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Dabin x Apashe – Lilith (Sullivan King Remix)

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Sullivan King has released a commanding remix of Dabin and Apashe‘s collaborative single “Lilith.” The Monstercat and Kannibalen heavy hitter deconstructs modern dubstep and injects his own characteristic heavy metal influences in what is best described as a punitive lesson in the amalgamation of the two.

King’s latest release comes on the heels of two original EPs, cementing his status as one of bass music’s heaviest hitters. If his latest remix is any indication of what’s to come, the LA-based musician will head into the new year blazing.

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Kayzo – Follow You

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Kayzo serves up a sample of the robust sound that will characterize his debut album, Overload, via “Follow You,” the first single to be released off of the inaugural project.

Devin Oliver of rock crew I See Stars provides a hearty vocal component that proves its capacity to hold its own as the track mounts, roller-coaster style, to descend into thunderous dubstep depths. Possessive of both hardcore and punk elements, “Follow You” indicates that Overload, officially due out on January 19will function as a gritty expansion of Kayzo’s trademark intensity.

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Snails releases Vol. 5 of SNAILEDIT! mix series [Stream]

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Snails’ vomitstep chronicles continue in Vol. 5 of the dub designer’s SNAILEDIT! mix series. The fifth installment arrives as Snails’ prepares to close out the North American leg of his The Shell tour, in support of his similarly titled debut. Rife with IDs, the mix organizes what Snails declares to be many “…unreleased songs from close friends,” along with some “surprises” from the producer himself. A favorable fifth release, Vol. 5 is packed with plenty of head bangin’ bass.

Tracklist (from Snails’ SoundCloud):

Here is how I will reveal all of the artists / track ID names:
– All ID Artist Names Revealed at 150k plays
– 1 ID Track Name Revealed every 25k plays after that

Tracklist:
ID – ID (feat. ID)
PhaseOne – Welcome To Mayhem (ID VIP)
ID & ID – ID
ID – ID
ID – ID
ID – ID (can reveal artist name only)
Snails – Forever
ID & ID – ID
ID – ID
ID – ID
ID & ID – ID
ID – ID
ID – ID
ID – ID
ID – ID
ID – ID
ID – ID
ID & ID – ID
ID – ID
Riot Ten – Railbreaker (ID Remix)
ID – ID
Snails & NGHTMRE – Only want you (ID Remix )
ID & ID – ID
ID – ID
ID – ID
SNAILS & Big Gigantic – The Good Life
ID – ID
ID – ID
Midnight Tyrannosaurus & EH!DE – Planet Purge! (ID Remix)
Snails – The Anthem

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Dion Timmer releases genre spanning ‘Textacy’ EP

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Dion Timmer’s roots in Netherlands rave scene have come to shape him as an artist and as a tastemaker within the bass music community. Over the last year Timmer has released a flock of massive singles and even landed the coveted slot as opening act for 50+ sold out shows on Excision’s 2017 tour. Unbelievably, this all happened before his 18th birthday.

His newest EP Textacy is a forthright statement detailing Timmer’s mission to invade the bass music community’s collective consciousness with his signature melodic builds and grotesque — in the most flattering way possible — break downs.

The self titled first track strays from Timmer’s typical structural approach, forsaking dubs for a four on the floor beat and carbonated deep house synths. The project experiments with heavy bass music, bubbling deep house beats, and everything in between.

 

 

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