The latest release to spill out of Quality Goods Records is a remix LP based around the label boss’s own material. The limitless pool of talent that is UZ has passed over his album of 2018 The Rebirth, and there are now seven new edits based around it. There are many powerful acts and artists
Quality Goods Records came into 2019 swinging with a massive remix package of UZ’s ‘The Rebirth,’ which saw original release in the summer of 2018. ‘The Rebirth’ (Remixes) is the perfect way for bass lovers to enjoy the enigmatic album again, all with brand new flare. ‘Castle’ – UZ feat. Nevve (Jon Casey Remix) Rounding
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Newly released to round off the end of 2018 is QGRC-004, the various artists compilation from UZ’s trap label. Quality Goods present a total of nine tracks on this album, with lots of raw exclusives. Featured artists on the collection include Jikay, Milan, Ascidzz, Abimanyu and TVBOO – the latter recently releasing “Blast” with fellow
If there’s one label in electronic music you can rely on to be consistent with their releases, it’s definitely Quality Goods Records. We guess you could say the clue is in the name. UZ’s imprint and its roster go from strength to strength each year and the head honcho knows how discover and push the
Toronto based thook released his Natural Instincts EP off ƱZ‘s Quality Goods Records. The label boss of course had to jump in for a wicked collaboration off the EP, “Heat.” Amongst a backdrop of Arabian melodies, horns subtly enter, proceeding to an abrupt anticipation build that falls into sweeping synths, tickling percussion, and big 808 subs. The second drop comes with a whole new stink on the sub bass that’s chaotic in the best of ways. “Heat” fits well in with the rest of the Natural Instincts, which is filled with distorted, percussive-heavy sounds and features moments of hip-hop, trap, Middle-Eastern melodies, and future bass.
Thook is a top addition to the upfront Quality Goods Records, garnishing support from artists like Baauer, QUIX, and RL Grime. He has past releases on Saturate, Jadu Dala, and Daruma. Grab a copy of the EP here.
Krischan Michaelis, otherwise known by his moniker, Krischvn, is a self-taught German producing powerhouse. Today, the 20-year-old star releases his 5-track Plumbum EP on UZ’s Quality Goods Records, and we’re lucky enough to premiere the highly impressive “Overdose.” Krischvn – “Overdose” In a full showcase of Krischvn’s creative depth, “Overdose” shines from start to finish.
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You can now enjoy the sounds of “UNDERGRND” from UZ and Montell2099, which is out through Quality Goods Records. With a tour scheduled for the pair in September, this single works as the perfect tease for the North American shows. Whilst UZ needs little introduction, the New Zealander Montell2099 is moving with speed, having remixed
Sumthin sumthin released his new experimental, industrial trap single, “Confused,” featuring JAWNZA off UZ‘s Quality Goods label. With a cinematic, oscillating build at the beginning, the song takes an angry turn towards gritty bass, slicing synths, and popping percussion. JAWNZA’s voice adds an accompanying harmony to the headbanging vibe.
This new style of trap is becoming increasingly popular in the bass realm. Sumthin sumthin’s dynamic sound design and flowing arrangements is a forward-thinking fit for the rapper out of L.A. In the melting pot of EDM, it only makes sense that hip-hop and industrial bass trap meet up somewhere in the middle.
Sumthin sumthin is currently on tour in Canada, heading “down under” to New Zealand and Australia next. On Twitter, he recently mention that he’s tired of everything sounding the same and wants to start making real music that’s emotional and genuine. Watch out for continued sonic and arrangement experimentation from a sound design virtuoso.
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Less than one year after his debut studio album release, Layers, seasoned trap producer ƱZ is coming up on his sophomore LP, The Rebirth, out May 11th via his imprint, Quality Goods Records. Marking a return to his original, groundbreaking trap rootst, The Rebirth features nine tracks of fresh and devastating material.
To celebrate his highly-anticipated new album, ƱZ is giving his legions of fans the gift of experimental bass with the LP’s leading track. Entitled “Rebirth,” the track displays a disposition for low-end sound design and foreboding landscapes. After the song’s first drop, ƱZ calls upon his signature use of trap elements in the kick snare and breakbeat before dropping listeners into a thickly intense style of experimental sounds.
The new album also comes with a tour of the same name taking ƱZ across the globe this year, as fans will become witness to some of the formerly anonymous Frenchman’s finest work to date as well as an innovative visual experience. The immersive live content and ƱZ’s mask redesign will run alongside the music and are to be showcase of everything Rebirth — celebrating past, present, and future and starting something fresh from fragments of the original.
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Quality Goods has announced the May 11 release date of its label head and OG trap producer, UZ‘s newest LP, Rebirth. To coincide with the news, UZ has released a single track from the collection, “Leave It,” featuring the teal-bearded hip-hop artist, Rome Fortune.
“Leave It Alone” combines UZ’s finely tuned trap sensibilities with Fortune’s crisp rap vocals. UZ’s heavily layered production shines through the track’s bumping beat and whistling melody, an exquisite contrast beneath Fortune’s foreboding lyrics.
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