Herobust – WTF

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Herobust – WTFHerobust WTF

Herobust releases a vocal-centric, hard-hitting dubstep pandemonium, “WTF,” letting fans know on SoundCloud, “WTF was kind of a challenge I made for myself. Almost all the sounds in the track were made from processing and flexing a recording of the phrase ‘WTF.’ The result is… well, shocking.”

Haunting glass ballerina music box bells bells are joined by squishing synths and ominous kicks. A horrified voice clamors into the project, evoking emotions of fear and confusion until a confident build takes the track to new heights. Skittering percussion drive the song forward with Sir Bust’s signature trap snare. Culminating into piercing metallic growls and monstrous bass, the track leaves an end of summer mark to what has been a successful bout for Hayden Jerome Kramer.

The Atlanta-based producer has spent some serious time in the studio, finally releasing the craved ID in preparation for his new WTF world tour. Mosh pits beware.

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Tom Morello’s insane cast of collaborators on new solo album includes Knife Party, Basenectar, Pretty Lights, and more

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Tom Morello’s insane cast of collaborators on new solo album includes Knife Party, Basenectar, Pretty Lights, and moreKnife Party Tom Morello

Tom Morello, guitarist for Rage Against the Machine, Audioslave, and Prophets of Rage, has gathered an insane, A-list group of rappers and dance producers for his upcoming new solo LP, The Atlas Underground, coming out October 12 via Mom + Pop Music. Collaborators on the project include Big Boi, Killer Mike, RZA, Steve Aoki, BassnectarPretty Lights, Herobust, Knife PartyWhethanVic Mensa, Gary Clark Jr., Portugal. The Man, and more. He’s already dropped two singles from the album: “Battle Sirens” featuring Knife Party and “We Don’t Need You” featuring Vic Mensa.

Morello told Lars Ulrich, drummer for Metallica, on his Beats 1 radio show, It’s Electric!, “I wanted to make a record that was the [Jimi] Hendrix of now,” which he described has three components: extraordinary guitar playing that falls outside the norm, creating radio songs that connected with a mass audience, and fashioning a new genre of music. The idea was to combine Morello’s analogue guitar sound with his favorite producers, rappers, musicians, and singers of today. Noting the shared DNA between electronica and metal after listening to Knife Party and Skrillex, Morello became illuminated to the idea of making a cross-genre project, and now in a few months it looks like it’ll finally materialize.  

The Atlas Underground Track List

1. Battle Sirens ft. Knife Party
2. Rabbit’s Revenge ft. Bassnectar, Big Boi, and Killer Mike
3. Every Step That I Take ft. Portugal. The Man and Whethan
4. We Don’t Need You ft. Vic Mensa
5. Find Another Way ft. Marcus Mumford
6. How Long ft. Steve Aoki and Rise Against’s Tim McIlrath
7. Lucky One ft. K.Flay
8. One Nation ft. Pretty Lights
9. Vigilante Nocturno ft. Carl Restivo
10. Where It’s At Ain’t What It Is ft. Gary Clark Jr. and Nico Stadi
11. Roadrunner ft. Leikeli47
12. Lead Poisoning ft. GZA, RZA, and Herobust

H/T: Rolling Stone

Bassrush unveils ground shaking compilation album with Caspa, Spag Heddy, Herobust and more

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Bassrush unveils ground shaking compilation album with Caspa, Spag Heddy, Herobust and moreDon Idio Visuals Headbanging

Bassrush has long been a staple of the United States bass music scene, with their events and stage takeovers present at festivals all over the country. Enlisting some of the top talent at their disposal, Bassrush have put together Bassrush Massive: The Album, a compilation project jam-packed with exciting new music.

Mainstays and veteran bass deities alike, including Caspa, Boogie T, Herobust, and Minnesota all drop off heavy-hitting dubstep and bass tracks, each asserting their dominating styles with impressive sound design. The compilation also features some rising names in drum and bass, with Phace, Mefjus, Soothslayer, and Prolix dropping off high octane upbeat setlist ignitors. Additional underground standouts include “raider” by Tsuruda, “Bouncing Souls” by NastyNasty, and Great Dane’s “Elevate.” Brimming with some of the most innovative sounds of the low-end, this new Bassrush compilation is not one to miss.

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Lollapalooza announces 2018 edition with The Weeknd, Bruno Mars, Vampire Weekend, ODESZA, more

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The Midwest’s premier music festival, Lollapalooza, returns to Chicago’s Grant Park August 2–5 with a newly announced lineup for the behemoth, 4-day affair. Topping the 2018 bill are The Weeknd, Bruno Mars, Jack White, Arctic Monkeys, Travis Scott, Logic, and ODESZA, and, most notably, Vampire Weekend — the band’s first live performance in four years.

Other high-profile acts include Tyler, The Creater, CHVRCHES, LL Cool J, Portugal. the Man, and Brit superstar Dua Lipa. The festival’s electronic and dance music bookings are just as thrilling, with a comprehensive roster of veteran and rising acts: Zedd, ExcisionDillon Francis, Galantis, Illenium, REZZ, Chromeo, Hippie Sabotage, Tycho, Zomboy, WhatSoNot, Malaa, Valentino Kahn, Petit Biscuit, Ghastly, Chris Lake, Herobust, and Space Jesus.

Lollapalooza also boasts an impressive undercard with Gucci Mane, Lil Pump, St. Vincent, and Aussie one-woman band Tash Sultana, who rarely tours the US.

With over a hundred names set to appear over the weekend, Lollapalooza truly has become an American institution with something to satiate everyone’s musical tastes. GA and VIP passes to Lollapalooza can be found here.

Herobust – Vertebreaker (Habstrakt Remix)

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After its release more than a year ago, the music world has received a fresh take on Herobust‘s “Vertebreaker.”

French bass savant Habstrakt has put his own moody spin on “Vertebreaker” as a part of Herobust’s remix package for the track. Habstrakt’s remix is an ominous one from the get-go, ushering in a moody beat as soon as the song begins. In the first minute of his remix, the producer builds the anticipation with the intensity of the track’s original vocals, gradually adding in his classic bass house vibes. Though a dark cloud settles over this rework of “Vertebreaker,” its sheer intensity thrills throughout the length of the song.

This marks Habstrakt’s first release of 2018, following up a hugely successful collaboration with Dombresky, “Antigone.” With the explosive success of tracks like the iconic “Chicken Soup” with Skrillex in 2017, this year is guaranteed to be monumental for the French artist.

Herobust – Blockbuster

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Atlanta-based trap and bass producer Hayden Kramer, better known by his sobriquet Herobust, is back with his first release since September with “Blockbuster.”

Unconstrained by the constructs of genre, Herobust busted onto the trap scene with a mission to synthesize core elements of screeching bass music and Atlanta trap music. On “Blockbuster,” Herobust uses an audio sample of a film being played and a low-pitched vocal sample ordering the listener to enjoy the show. By amalgamating dirty south-inspired drum kit sounds and synths rooted heavily in second-wave dubstep, Herobust captures listeners attention and leads them on a bass music voyage.

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Listen to Lost Lands live sets from Excision, Illenium, Kill The Noise & more

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Excision‘s impressively executed inaugural Lost Lands festival took over Thornville, Ohio’s Legend Valley this weekend with its over 500,000 implacable watts of bass.

Between a resolute Destroid reunion, a volcanic eruption, and fervent performances from the likes of REZZ, Barely Alive, Virtual Riot, 12th Planet, Downlink and more, headbangers were surely given what they came for—the upper echelon in heavy-hitting bass.  

Luckily, a hefty assemblage of full sets have been preserved from their prehistoric premieres and are available to listen to in full below.

H/T: Your EDM

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Herobust – Debt ‘N Eight (Original Mix)

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Atlanta-born bass behemoth Herobust puts his unique spin on riddim with his latest single “Debt N ‘Eight.” This wild track is exactly what you would expect coming from one of bass music’s most adventurous names. Although riddim may be dubstep’s misunderstood younger cousin, it is without a doubt one of the most fun genres to get down to when executed correctly. Herobust does an epic job of stepping into the riddim realm with this mayhem-inducing tune. A raucous drop accentuated by perfectly timed vocals makes “Debt ‘N Eight” an undeniable hit. Headbangers will surely rejoice when this track gets dropped live.

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