Premiere: WHIPPED CREAM throws punches of potent bass on Deadbeats debut, ‘Blood’

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Premiere: WHIPPED CREAM throws punches of potent bass on Deadbeats debut, ‘Blood’Hv D8N3Q

An ominous synth pierces the silence, and looping, deep pitched vocal cuts slowly fade into focus, amplifying the eerie quality of “Blood,” the latest production to bear WHIPPED CREAM‘s name. Lesser known as Caroline Cecil, the LA-based producer drops off her first original piece in nine months, and it’s well worth the wait. A forceful effort that concentrates repeated sharp synth strikes, “Blood” melds elements of bass and dubstep, making it a logical fit for Zeds DeadsDeadbeats label. Dark and gritty, “Blood” is a fitting addition to Whipped Cream’s climactic catalog. Speaking on the new release, WHIPPED CREAM told Dancing Astronaut,

“I took the last nine months to properly project what goes on inside my mind and put it into my music and I’m really happy I did that as I grew a lot more into my higher self, I have always been inspired by world sound and cinematic sound. ‘Blood’ is a perfect blend of both yet also maintains an energy the human body will move to.”

While the newest addition to the Prodigy Artists roster had a relatively quiet year from the studio, “Blood” lands as the precursor to Cecil’s busy touring itinerary slated for the rest of the year. “I’m really happy to start this next chapter with this song and finish this year off with more of my new music,” WHIPPED CREAM added. “Blood” comes as 2018 begins to wind down, but for Cecil, clearly things are just beginning to heat up.

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Zeds Dead & DNMO Prove They’re Royalty in ‘We Could Be Kings (ft. Tzar)’

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Coming in hot this new music Friday is none other than Zeds Dead and budding producer DNMO. Their brand new collaboration “We Could Be Kings (feat. Tzar)” is out now on the duo’s booming Deadbeats label. Zeds Dead & DMNO – “We Could Be Kings (feat. Tzar)” Featuring a satisfying mix of signature nefarious beats

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Zeds Dead sears all senses with ‘We Could Be Kings’

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Zeds Dead sears all senses with ‘We Could Be Kings’Zeds Dead We Could Be Kings 1

The boys are back — and they’ve fastened a few guests to the sidecar for their latest bass-rumbling masterpiece, “We Could Be Kings.”

The track, in its essence, exemplifies Zeds Dead‘s inexorable ability to package such powerful and tender affect into jarring, bass-driven music. While the DNMO-accompanied “We Could Be Kings”‘s downtempo format may reach the listener with a bit less vehemence than one might expect from the well-seasoned duo, the subtle drum ‘n’ bass fills and decisive female vocals, compliments of Tzar, up the ante a bit — adding that familiar, rousing sense of emotional urgency. The final ingredient to the fierce paradox comes from the fluttering melodies laid alongside the boys’ signature static-heavy, winding bass lines.

Zeds Dead has been exacting their most earnest efforts lately towards furthering their Deadbeats label, by not only keeping up with regular guest-riddled SoundCloud mixes, but releasing under the imprint themselves with like-minded newcomers and established counterparts alike. Seventeen-year-old DNMO is a Deadbeats newcomer, fitting swimmingly with the under-the-radar brand of artistry Zeds Dead built the imprint to bolster. “We Could Be Kings” is the Toronto duo’s third track of the year under the Deadbeats emblem, preceded by Ganja White Night-starring “Samurai,” as well as “Kill Em,” featuring Redman, 1000volts, and Jayceeoh.

1788-L’s destructive debut EP, ‘S E N T I E N C E,’ has finally arrived

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1788-L’s destructive debut EP, ‘S E N T I E N C E,’ has finally arrived1788L Sentience Ep

It can be hard to believe the hype around 1788-L began just six months ago with a SoundCloud upload, “R E P L I C A. ” The mysterious producer doubled that buzz with a flip of Virtual Self’s “Particle Arts,” and never looked back. Original singles like “P U L S A R / B E A M” joined remixes and edits of dance legends like Skrillex and Daft Punk. This summer, 1788-L’s vision for a cohesive body of original work came into focus. Along with a high-profile collaboration on REZZ‘s second LP, A Certain Kind of Magic, the mysterious artist began sharing out pieces of his EP. Now, the 1788-L vision is clearer than ever on his debut EP S E N T I E N C E, arriving on Zeds Dead‘s Deadbeats imprint.

Across four scintillating tracks, 1788-L stakes his claim as one of the most exciting new artists in the red hot mid-tempo bass music scene. But to limit the impact of S E N T I E N C E to that sub-genre would be ignoring the producer’s influences sprinkled deftly throughout, including major Justice flavor on “N U / V E R / K A,” and the drum & bass blast to close the release, “A S T R A Y / R.” The EP showcases a project fully entrenched in a signature sound, with the chops to successfully experiment as 1788-L completes his all out assault on 2018.

1788-L teams up with totto on lead single from forthcoming EP, ‘F U L L / B U R S T ‘

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1788-L teams up with totto on lead single from forthcoming EP, ‘F U L L / B U R S T ‘FULLBURST ART

The mysterious self-proclaimed android now known as 1788-L has taken over dance music in the past months with relentless releases which include his collaborations with Illenium, Said The Sky, and REZZ. With his immaculate and energetic productions, he has already gathered support from respected artists like Zeds Dead, Seven Lions, RL Grime and Ekali.

Today, 1788-L graces the speakers once again with lead single “F U L L / B U R S T,” from his forthcoming debut EP S E N T I E N C E.  The record will be released through Deadbeats on August 24. 1788-L and totto combine their styles to create a truly mechanical track that feels as if the apocalypse has come and artificial intelligence has taken over. Dark bass ensues as atmospheric sounds run rampant and the piano begins to fade, while a digital voice says that “machines are forever,” which then leads into intricately glitchy drops.

Mad Zach releases tantalizing new track, ‘Brootle’

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Mad Zach releases tantalizing new track, ‘Brootle’Mad Zach E1532727070226

Mad Zach has been making waves in the world of bass music with his pristine sound design and creative arrangements. The California native, as comfortable behind a drum pad as he is the decks, has now released a dirty new track, titled “Brootle.”

Straying away from the clean and fast-paced melodies that comprise much of his catalog, Mad Zach slows down the tempo but ramps up the energy on this vicious track. Littered with bass distortions on top of an aggressive hip-hop beat, the producer flexes his design prowess with warped yet crisp layers of destructive sub-bass. Marking his second release on Deadbeats, Mad Zach is surely an artist to watch for bass lovers everywhere.

Space Jesus and Esseks reunite for trippy new track, ‘Professor Genius’

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Space Jesus and Esseks reunite for trippy new track, ‘Professor Genius’Professor Genius Space Jesus

Space Jesus has had himself a busy summer, laying down multiple sets at Electric Forest, Camp Bisco, and a host of other festivals. Coming in hot with a release for the second half of the summer, Space Jesus has teamed up with past collaborator Esseks for their new heavy-hitting track, “Professor Genius.” It gives credence to the notion that he’s one of the most creative purveyors of bass music today.

Out on Deadbeats, Space Jesus and Esseks pair an ominous vocal sample with a simple build, before the track drops into a deep, explosive growl that raises neck hairs. Sharply designed vocal stabs and psychedelic samples make this short track an exhilarating ride from start to finish. A bass-heavy offering typical of these two producers, this track is expected to destroy festival crowds and at-home listeners alike.

 

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Zeds Dead and Jauz release destructive ‘Lights Go Down’ remix EP

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Zeds Dead and Jauz release destructive ‘Lights Go Down’ remix EPZeds Dead Press Photo 2014

At the end of 2017, Zeds Dead and Jauz teamed up for the single, “Lights Go Down,” a drum and bass belter that may have helped launch the genre’s 2018 resurgence in the United States. Now, the producers have enlisted nine heavy hitters in the bass music scene, each giving a unique take on the intense track.

The Deadbeats duo reach to their own label for a few of the remixes, looking to LICK and Duke & Jones for two bass-heavy renditions of the track. Gentlemen’s Club and Subtronics each drop off solid dubstep remixes, while Sikdope and Sqwad turn the song into high-energy bass house thrillers. With nine solid remixes viable for almost any set, don’t be surprised to hear “Lights Go Down” in one form or another for the rest of the year.

Prepare for EPROM and Alix Perez’s debut LP as SHADES on Deadbeats with second track release, ‘Guillotine’

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Prepare for EPROM and Alix Perez's debut LP as SHADES on Deadbeats with second track release, 'Guillotine'

In what has been referred to as a “bass assassin dream team” in SHADES, the duetted moniker of EPROM and Alix Perez have long been preparing for their debut studio LP, In Praise of Darkness. The 12-track album, which now sees it’s release July 13 via Deadbeats Records, is chocked full of gravity-distorting experimental bass and head-turning percussive cuts.

In preparation for the LP release, SHADES have been steadily teasing tracks that play with the limbic system in “The Saga” and now in “Guillotine.” Equally as dark in moniker as its precursor, “Guillotine” further sets the tone for the album epitomizing the experimental nature of the project.

In Praise of Darkness is the manifestation of what happens when two deep-minded folks on opposing coasts meld their creativity together.  Intriguing and unrivaled in quality, the album is indicative of what bass music has been missing — including varying sounds and tempos, imperious bass lines, and, not to mention, a vocal feature from one of UK urban music’s most sought after voices, Killa P.

To mark album’s release, SHADES will also be embarking on a world-wide headlining tour beginning in North America this July.

In Praise of Darkness Tracklist

1. Threnody

2. Faultline

3. The Saga

4. Geryon

5. Guillotine

6. Alarma ft Killa P

7. Nullifier

8. Algor Mortis

9. Sickle

10. Kolumbo

11. Chains

12. Back And Forth

USA SUMMER TOUR DATES

8th July – Chicago – Logan Square Auditorium

11th July – Seattle – Q Nightclub

12th July – Portland – Bossanova

13th July – Denver – Black Box

14th July – Vancouver – Red Room

18th July – Santa Cruz – Catalyst

19th July – San Francisco – 1015 Folsom

20th July – Los Angeles – Bassrush

21st July – Quebec – Valhalla Sound Circus

25th July – Washington, D.C. – Soundcheck

26th July – Virginia Beach – Peabody’s

27th July – Greenville – The Firmament

28th July – Brooklyn – The Paper Box

DNMO drops airy new single, ‘Rogue’

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Over the past year, up-and-coming producer DNMO has shared his unique take on indie electronic with a stream of consistently solid singles. The Deadbeats signee is now back with “Rogue,” an airy and melodic take on his signature sound.

The track features Akacia, whose light vocals are a perfect fit for the rumbling bass that DNMO is known for. While “Rogue,” is a seamless addition to the artist’s catalogue, DNMO flexes his multi-instrumental production style with relaxed guitar and piano placed alongside scattered percussion, elevating the track to a new level.