Hi I’m Ghost – Ghost Boogie

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Opening with foreboding riffs of electric guitar and intriguing, eerie vocals, Hi I’m Ghost takes listeners hostage from the start with “Ghost Boogie,” an infectious, suspenseful creation not meant for the faint-hearted. As it progresses, intricate percussion rises until the track reaches a climax full of cacophonous synths and shattering waves of bass that are bound to move dubstep lovers all over the world.

Hailing from Los Angeles, Nathan Davis and Tiago Nunez, the duo behind Hi I’m Ghost, pioneered their niche signature in the bass music genre. Featuring a more sinister style, Hi I’m Ghost engineered a sound that has put them on the radar, with support from Snails, Datsik, and many more. With their latest, “Ghost Boogie,” Hi I’m Ghost will have listeners captivated from first play.

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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Hi I’m Ghost – Spooky Riddim

Hi I’m Ghost – 1NGHT

Hi I’m Ghost – Spooky Riddim

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All eyes are fixed upon intriguing, rising project, Hi I’m Ghost, as the two innovative artists, Nathan Davis and Tiago Nunez, are developing as one of the bass scene’s most promising up-and-coming acts. The Los Angeles-based DJ and producer duo have cultivated their own heavy, rough beats, with hints of melodic samples juxtaposing weighty, dark undertones with bridges of lighter, harmonic progressions. Their latest, “Spooky Riddim,” is a high-energy choppy fusion of distorted vocals, prominent synths, and eerie sirens. The ominous track is rounded out by interludes of looming choir chanting that build into an intensely haunting vibe, inducing goosebumps upon first listen.

Hi I’m Ghost’s last release, “1Night,” garnered support for its jarring mix of deep kicks, suspenseful builds, and explosive climaxes while maintaining the duo’s signature sinister style. “Spooky Riddim” differs from the other tracks produced by the newcomers, as the two have managed to push the envelope with production techniques by incorporating a different rhythmic structure into the piece. Hi I’m Ghost continues to create an eclectic array in their growing arsenal of tracks, and are even rumored to produce house music in the near future. With their debut of “Spooky Riddim,” Hi I’m Ghost continues to outdo themselves, having fans anxiously awaiting for what’s to come.

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Hi I’m Ghost – 1NGHT

Exclusive: Hi I’m Ghost releases new EP titled, ‘Slumber Party’

Hi I’m Ghost releases jarring original titled, ‘Kill It’

Hi I’m Ghost – 1NGHT

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Nathan Davis and Tiago Nunez, known more prominently as bass duo, Hi I’m Ghost, have erupted into the dance music scene with a range of eclectic weighty pieces put forth on imprints like Firepower and Dim Mak. Hi I’m Ghost’s latest track titled, “1NGHT” comes as a surprise, as it differs vastly from previous efforts put forth from the duo.

“1NGHT” is an ominous fusion of deep kicks, suspenseful builds, and explosive climaxes featuring snippets of eerie, distorted vocals. The track has an unexpected, future feel, while maintaining Ghost’s signature spooky style. The duo is making leaps and bounds in their production skill as each successive track seems to be shockingly better than the last. With their branding on point, and their killer sound backing it up, Hi I’m Ghost is an act that needs to be on everyone’s radar.

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Exclusive: Hi I’m Ghost releases new EP titled, ‘Slumber Party’

Hi I’m Ghost releases jarring original titled, ‘Kill It’

Hi I’m Ghost – Wyld

Hi I’m Ghost releases jarring original titled, ‘Kill It’

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Sensational bass duo, Hi I’m Ghost, have been garnering widespread support for their exhilarating, high intensity, and wildly unpredictable sound featured in each release. With an array of musical configurations showcased in each track, while staying true to their signature, spooky style, Hi I’m Ghost has won over the hearts of fans with a diversity in production that boasts a distinct, yet unmatched creativity that is being brought to the table by no one else.

Nathan Davis and Tiago Nunez have taken their latest “Kill It” to the next level by adding heavy smashing flutters of synth over accelerating waves of bass and samples of aggressive vocals, perfect for inciting a crowd to rigorously move to the sound. Hi I’m Ghost shows promise unlike any other rising bass act, as each release flaunts more passion, skill, and creativity driving every beat and chord that comprises every piece. It is only a matter of time before Hi I’m Ghost takes off, but until then we shall be awaiting their September EP with anxious anticipation.

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Hi I’m Ghost – Wyld

Code:Pandorum x Hi I’m Ghost – Call for Help (Original Mix)

Porter Robinson & Madeon – Shelter (Hi I’m Ghost Re-work)

Hi I’m Ghost – Wyld

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Rising bass duo, Hi I’m Ghost have produced a thrilling new original titled, “Wyld” to add to their steadily growing collection of releases. The riveting riddim single features ominous vocals which escalate into dramatic build and gripping climaxes saturated with intriguing layers of textured bass.  The duo’s use of electric sitar adds an unexpectedly calming dimension amidst the chaos.

Although Hi I’m Ghost is relatively new to the bass scene, the two have been cranking out a consistent stream of music including their own creations, as well as some collaborations and remixes. “Wyld” follows the release of “Call For Help,” a hypnotic, energetic single featuring Code:Pandorum which garnered a ton of support for its provocative, weighty drops. With several projects in the works, including a rumored EP scheduled to drop sometime this Autumn, Hi I’m Ghost continues to deliver as one of bass music’s most promising up and coming acts.

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Code:Pandorum x Hi I’m Ghost – Call for Help (Original Mix)

Porter Robinson & Madeon – Shelter (Hi I’m Ghost Re-work)

Hi I’m Ghost – Killem With The Sound (Original Mix) [Free Download]

Code:Pandorum x Hi I’m Ghost – Call for Help (Original Mix)

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German born DJ and producer, Code:Pandorum’s sound is manic, invigorating, and imaginative. In his latest production, Hi I’m Ghost join the artist with their own brand of energetic, hypnotic beats, creating an overwhelming wave of cacophonous sounds in each and every drop.

Code:Pandorum’s “Call for Help” is one of the twenty-eight tracks included in his most recent album, The Lovecraftian Horrors, which incorporates themes on the album cover from H.P Lovecraft’s genre. The imagery conveyed in the famous writings reflects the style of the entire track which features weighty bass progressions, distorted snippets of creepy vocals, and oscillating bass synths. “Call for Help” marks Hi I’m Ghost’s second release in under two week, showing that with each release, the duo clearly is gaining momentum among bass music’s most promising up-and-coming producers.

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Porter Robinson & Madeon – Shelter (Hi I’m Ghost Re-work)

Hi I’m Ghost – Killem With The Sound (Original Mix) [Free Download]

Porter Robinson & Madeon – Shelter (Hi I’m Ghost Re-work)

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Infusing exotic elements and blissfully distorted vocals into the world renown collaborative piece, “Shelter,” producers Porter Robinson and Madeon co-created a wonderfully colorful track that has won over the hearts of millions. With such a mesmerizing and rich sound, the chance to remix “Shelter” has been a treat for artists such as Mat Zo and Robotaki.

Newcomers Thiago Nunez and Nathan Davis, who comprise Hi I’m Ghost, have taken the plunge to render their own spin on the notable anthem, taking the piece one step further with a more mellifluous production than their standard fare.

Although the build is prolonged by a more downtempo soft filter, adding an uplifting sweetness to the track, layers of melodic future bass sound complement an exaggerated rugged bass line. With samples from Madeon’s “Pay No Mind,” “You’re On,” and Porter Robinson’s “Sad Machine,” Hi I’m Ghost pay tribute to many of the legendary artists’ songs while staying true to the main structure of their “Shelter” remix.

Taking the collaborative classic to new heights, Hi I’m Ghost flaunt their creative juices with fervor, showing off their distinct, skillful, and promising potential.

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Hi I’m Ghost – Killem With The Sound (Original Mix) [Free Download]

Robotaki releases his remix of Porter Robinson & Madeon’s ‘Shelter’

Porter Robinson & Madeon – Shelter (Slushii Remix)

Hi I’m Ghost – Killem With The Sound (Original Mix) [Free Download]

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Yesterday, June 16, budding dubstep group Hi I’m Ghost released their newest output, “Killem With The Sound.” The cacophonous single features bright oscillating synths, energetic percussion, and staggering bass arrangements. The LA based duo’s style is categorized by waves of shattering dubstep sound merged with future bass chords that are both catchy and wildly intense at the same time.

Released independently as a free download, “Killem With The Sound” follows a string of releases from the group on Datsik’s Firepower Records imprint. The new single showcases the young producers’ artistry and promising potential.

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