Spag Heddy terrorizes with ‘Noodle Neck,’ featuring Rico Act

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Spag Heddy has teamed up with vocalist, Rico Act for his newest slice of bass heaven. The track is titled “Noodle Neck,” and it pairs monstrous synths, cascading drops, and angsty rapping to supply listeners with a perfectly terrorizing package.

Spag Heddy spoke about the track in an official release, stating, “The comparison of a neck to a noodle is funny to me, and the song idea has been in my mind for a long time. I wanted to make it a real hard hitting bouncy song, that asks for head banging.” He continues, “When I heard Rico Act on some tracks, I knew that he was the one that could do the vocal the best and bring the energy level to the max. Be advised; dry and uncooked noodles do snap, so get yourself real wet and saucy to enjoy the full Noodle Neck experience safely.”

The track certainly has a way of taking the full-fisted energy to the next level. “Noodle Neck” is out now via Spag Heddy’s own eponymous imprint.

NMF Roundup: Oliver Heldens remixes CHIC, SLANDER and Spag Heddy team up, Ray Volpe flips Ookay + more

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NMF Roundup: Oliver Heldens remixes CHIC, SLANDER and Spag Heddy team up, Ray Volpe flips Ookay + moreOcaso Festival Tamarindo By Pablo Murillo 06 01 2018 0525

It’s most important day of the week: New Music Friday.

This week’s releases are true stunners. After announcing a collaboration with Lights back in July, deadmau5 has finally unveiled “Drama Free” as part of his mau5ville: Level 2 EP. Oliver Heldens throws it back four decades by remixing CHIC‘s 1978 hit “Le Freak,” adding in a pounding bass to accentuate the original’s groovy beat. Bingo Players and Bali Bandits bring the funk with “Body Rock,” and SLANDER and Spag Heddy waste no time setting “Running to You” on fire. Ray Volpe puts his own spin on Ookay‘s “In My Mind,” while Party Favor taps Naïka for the hefty “Blame.” As part of What So Not‘s Not All The Beautiful Things remix package, AC Slater‘s put his signature bass-fueled house spin on the famous “Goh.” Kill Paris has put his own laid-back twist on Alison Wonderland‘s “Easy,” and Ross From Friends thrills with a take on Thundercat‘s “Friend Zone.”

As each week brings a succession of new music from some of electronic music’s biggest artists, here’s a selection of tracks that shouldn’t be missed this NMF.

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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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Spag Heddy releases ‘Gospel’ EP

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Turn up the subwoofers and check the EQ levels, Dutch producer Spag Heddy has released the follow up to his debut LP, The Classics. The project, titled Gospel, features a plethora of invigorating dubstep tracks which err on the side of piercing maximalism.

Spag Heddy’s production M.O. is one of brazen fury, something that’s caught the attention of bass craven festival goers nationwide, garnering him festival slots at such massives as Buku, Electric Forest, as well as a slew of national tour dates. As his global ascension into the bass music mainstream continues to skyrocket, Spag Heddy’s newest EP serves as a pointed example of his consistency as a producer.

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Spag Heddy transforms Slander’s ‘Superhuman’ with barbaric bass remix

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Spain-based Spag Heddy has added his special ingredients to Slander‘s “Superhuman,” transforming the emotive feel of the original and wrapping it in pounding, heart-stopping drops for a balance between melodic and dark bass.

Spag Heddy’s initial rise around 2011/2012 came from consistent ingenuity and a cunning drive, which led to the gradual collection of a loyal bass following. Today, he’s known for familiar festival tunes like “Samir” and “Hide,” as well as a hefty handful of remixes, EPs, and singles dropped in the last few years. Spag Heddy continues to lay the groundwork for bass artists of the future.

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