Ephwurd samples The Beastie Boys on earth-shaking ATRIP collaboration, ‘Check It Out’

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Ephwurd samples The Beastie Boys on earth-shaking ATRIP collaboration, ‘Check It Out’Ephwurd Atrip Check It Out Collab Single

Datsik‘s inevitable departure from Ephwurd hasn’t stopped Bais Haus from carrying the project forward as a solo act, with the ultra smooth summer jam “Everywhere I Go” serving as a first step earlier this year. Now, Ephwurd returns to the more explosive side of house with the ATRIP-assisted “Check It Out,” arriving via his own Eph’ed Up Records imprint.

Lingering on a deliciously menacing intro featuring distorted guitar strums and instantly recognizable Beastie Boys chops, the track forecasts a heavy dose of bass early on. The delivery comes fast and furious with a rumbling drop that builds layer after of layer of head-knocking percussion. ATRIP’s grimy sensibilities are the perfect addition, keeping things crackly, maintaining a driving appeal across the entire track. If “Check It Out” is any indicator of Ephwurd’s momentum as a solo venture, it’s safe to say the future is bright and bass heavy.

Introducing Lunar Lunes: DA’s new weekly SoundCloud playlist

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Each week, New Music Friday sweeps through with torrential force, showering streaming platforms with immeasurable amounts of new tunes. Just like Dancing Astronaut rounds up 25 of the biggest songs of the week for the Hot 25 Spotify playlist each New Music Friday, Lunar Lunes will be a landing pad for SoundCloud users who want a whole new dose of tunes to kick off the work week.

This week’s Lunar Lunes is highlighted by 25 new tunes from artists like Wolfgang Gartner, i_o and No Mana, CURBI, Luca Lush, and many more. Win and Woo channel warm summer days in their latest, “Satisfied.” Black Coffee and Aquatone have remixed AGORIA’s “Embrace” to craft a mellow, peaceful environment. Melodic dubstep aficionado Au5 tackles Celldweller’s “Eon” in an interesting turn of events. Justin Caruso taps Jake Miller for a pop-friendly original, “Don’t Know You” on Big Beat Records. Ephwurd teams up with ATRIP to sample Beastie Boys’ iconic “Ch-Check It Out” in a bass-laden house track. Jaenga melds dubstep and elements of drum & bass in his take on Zeds Dead and 1000 Volts’ “Kill Em.”

The selection will be updated every Lunes (Monday).

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Ephwurd uploads a bass house packed ‘Eph’d Up Radio #14’

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Ephwurd tops off a handful of recent singles with the return of their radio show after an 18-day break.

In this edition of Eph’d Up Radio, Datsik and Bais Haus, the duo behind the supergroup, unleash dark and poppy bass house tracks coalescing into a fluid one-hour session that gets grooving in seconds. After enlisting the help of Fatman Scoop and Jvst Say Yes on their previous tracks, Ephwurd is clearly solidifying their brand and community for the long run. Shows, the launch of their new label Eph’d Up Records, and more music are definitively on the horizon for Ephwurd next year.

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Ephwurd has once again made a statement with their brazen brand of bass-heavy house with their latest tune, “Phunky Beats” — the type of track that makes you grab your favorite dance partner and get to shufflin’.

“Phunky Beats” is the ideal song for bustling clubs and packed dancefloors. When all hell breaks loose towards the end of the track, listeners can clearly feel Datsik‘s imperious bass heavy influence. Ephwurd perfectly embodies the anything-goes style of production that is currently reimagining the world of dance music.

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Listen to Ephwurd’s driving bass remix of GRiZ & Big Gigantic’s ‘Good Times Roll’

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After the wild success of his most recent LP, Good Will Prevailand the supporting tour in 2016, GRiZ has decided to continue the movement with a sequel: the Good Will Continue tour. On top of that, producer duo Ephwurd (comprised of Datsik and Bais Haus) released an absolutely savage remix of GriZ and Big Gigantic‘s “Good Times Roll” to drum up more excitement for the tour.

The original track — a soulful tune that’s a perfect mesh of GRiZ and Big G’s signature funky styles — is thrown for a loop in Ephwurd’s remix. The duo’s bass house remix of the album’s standout track is chaotic in the best possible way. Though it starts off slow and soulful like the original, the track quickly picks up the pace, dropping into upbeat, driving bass. In between choruses, Ephwurd slows it back down, emphasizing the original track’s passionate vocals and brassy instrumentals.

The remix has hit just in time for the syndication of the duo’s Eph’d Up Radio which will be broadcast on iHeartRadio/Evolution. The Show will air bimonthly at midnight EDT on the second and fourth Fridays starting Friday, June 30. Listeners can expect a rollicking hour packed with tunes from Hi-Lo, Chocolate Puma, Diplo, and of course some surprises from the duo themselves.

Check out the dates for GriZ’s upcoming tour here and Ephwurd’s here.

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