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PREMIERE: Leotrix x Jack Slade – Jers

Leotrix x Jack Slade - Jers

Leotrix and Jack Slade are two young guns out of Sydney and Adelaide respectively that are definitely starting to build a name for themselves. Leotrix, having just turned 18 is starting to take Sydney by storm, with booking after booking seemingly just flying in. Jack Slade, at just 17 has gained some prominence on SoundCloud over the last year, getting noticed by the likes of Enschway and LUUDE, and even getting some love from Alison Wonderland. This track, Jers, is something a little bit different from what we’re used to from both of the boys, initially channelling some housey vibes more »

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Deadenders Take You on a Journey with ‘Aether’

Meet Deadenders, a new LA bass duo who sound anything but what their name suggests. This group may only have been visible for a couple months, but their first two releases would make you think they’ve been lurking in the industry for much longer. Pulling in 17k soundcloud streams on these tracks, these “two guys having a good time” have hit the ground running in quite an impressive way. Creative high energy sound design, clean and crisp mixes, and an attention to flow really set Deadenders apart from the early days of most projects. They not only demand your attention, more »

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Feature: Fusion of LEVITATE and 808 Mafia Makes For Addicting Anthem

Seattle based producer LEViT∆TE has established his place as one of the most distinguished and respected producers in the Pacific Northwest. The mysterious and metamorphic nature of his productions has solidified his position at the forefront of the electronic hip hop landscape. His most recent release, “Black Mass”, features trap icon Fuse of 808 Mafia. New York born, Atlanta based Fuse has not only spent years producing for the legendary 808 Mafia, but has also constructed productions for the likes of Gucci Mane, Rick Ross, 2 Chainz, and most recently, Big Sean. “Black Mass” evolves effortlessly yet explosively through complex layers more »

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Scissors Burst the Pop Music Bubble [FREE DOWNLOAD]

“Face the facts” – as they say. Well “they” actually don’t show their faces but what they do show, is a great taste in music. They call themselves “Scissors” and they just droped a remix of LA producer Nathaniel Knows’s single “Do You Even”. From the forward moving Electro original, the track received an allover renovation to fit into the newer future bass genre. The song takes the elements of the original and elevates them to an existence beyond that of your average remix. To take something and give it a new energy is a wonderful way to pay tribue more »

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INF1N1TE Talks Dubstep, Dillon Francis’ Boner, and His Latest Smasher “Alone”

A young up and comer from our northern neighbor Canada is making a big splash in the pond of bass music. INF1N1TE has been slaying soundcloud feeds and dubstep parties alike for quite some time but I feel like he’s due for some attention with his most recent bass blaster “Alone”. “Alone” was released yesterday and has already been listened to over 10,000 times from fans of the young Robbie Steedman aka INF1N1TE. The song takes flight with a splash of watery effects and a slow, uplifting chord melody. A swift kick treats us to a happy piano melody created more »

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Trigger Happy x Ryan Green Create Something Beautiful With “Questions”

Young London producers Trigger Happy joined forces of voice and sound with Ryan Green to create “Questions.” Not only is this Trigger Happy’s newest track but it is also the second release on Purple Sky. For those of you who haven’t heard of Trigger Happy, I can promise you that after listening to this track you are going to be craving more of that sweet, feel good sound.  “Questions” starts off nice and mellow, cuing in that sultry voice of Ryan Green with catchy lyrics that will most definitely have you feeling some type of way.  Once that first drop hits more »

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Louis Futon’s latest remix masterpiece samples Frank Ocean

If you thought Louis Futon was done fucking the game up after his delicious remix of Kendrick Lamar’s “PRIDE”, then you were wrong by a long shot. Returning to Facebook, Futon asked his fans which song to sample for his next beat challenge before settling on Frank Ocean’s “Solo” off of Ocean’s most recent LP ‘Blonde’. Tackling “Solo” would be quite an arduous task for an unprepared musician. Between the heavily moody feel of the track driven by the detuned organ piano, and Frank’s super loose, almost freeform delivery of the lyrics; any hopeful remixers would have their work cut out more »

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Louis Futon flips Kendrick Lamar’s ‘PRIDE’ into a mood-setting monster.

Less than a month after the monstrous release of Kendrick Lamar’s album ‘DAMN’, quite a few remixes have surfaced, including Mr. Carmack’s soundcloud takedown-worthy flip of DNA. Now, a new challenger has entered the ring in the form of Louis Futon. Futon is well known in the bass community for crafting sounds that are somehow, simultaneously hard and smooth, always leaving listeners in the mood and craving more. His most recent effort, shared to his Facebook, documents the journey of turning the intro of Kendrick’s PRIDE into a funky, lo-fi bedroom banger. Louis Futon remixing ‘PRIDE’ by Kendrick Lamar on Facebook He more »

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SWAGE – How We Do [FREE DOWNLOAD]

When the man behind the booty-shaking-beats drops a new tune, you put your headphones on and crank it to 11. SWAGE recently gave out a tormenting break-beat track that breathes life in to the dance floor for free download on the cloud. “How We Do” is the freshest slice of pie from SWAGE that delivers a thump with a drizzle of wtf on top. The track takes off with a dark and minimal house beat while bits of texture fill the backgroud. Rap lyrics float over splashes of noise as energy builds with a snare roll and a chant of more »

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CHEE – Speak With Eyes And See In Tongues

Years spent in isolation have caused a flurry of unique bass sounds to emanate from South Africa. Bubbling under the radar of the local mainstream, and a lack of direct influence from Northern Hemisphere tastemakers have resulted in interesting approaches to creating bass heavy dance music. One of the producers at the cutting edge of South Africa’s rapidly solidifying bass scene is CHEE. CHEE has a fresh take on sound design and a refreshing approach to production, with a constant need to push boundaries and limits. It is fitting to say that CHEE is one of the leaders of the more »

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Nitti Gritti and Holly Team Up on “Milky”

Two of bass music’s most prominent up and coming artists have put their heads together to bring a hybrid banger with some moobahton flavors sprinkled on top. “Milky” from Nitti Gritti and Holly is the newest tune to smash soundcloud pages everywhere. With Yung Nitti’s high energy tracks and Holly’s immersive style combining, it’s no wonder this song is flame. “Milky” takes off with a chunky beat paired with plucky vocal chops and interesting percussion. A cheeky arp creates tension as the word “chocolate” fizzes through the buildup. We climb the bass mountain to arrive at the almighty drop which more »

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Party Favor Brings Signature Sound With “WAWA”

Back with his first original release since dropping the 2016 #2 iTunes Dance charting ‘Party & Destroy’ EP, Party Favor presents new single, “WAWA.” The producer’s familiar mix of festival trap and bass is evident throughout the track’s explosive roars and wobbles, giving you three minutes of non-stop energy. The music video for WAWA is entertaining to say the least; centered around an underground puppy ring, the video pokes fun at illegal fight clubs which accompanies the music appropriately applying a high energy theme and comedic motif. It’s not out til Monday though so you’ll have to wait! Party Favor more »

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NiGHTS Has Solidified Themselves with “IRREPLACEABLE”

Wonder, beauty, sadness, longing for. All these elements are brought forth by NiGHTS’ newest release “IRREPLACEABLE”. These boys are slaying what the kids these days call “the feels”. Our journey through sound begins with a shimmer of frequencies. A voice beckons us forward through the mist as a simple snap leads into a chill beat. Echoing ambient noise fades in and out while the minimal kick/snap beat marches forward. After a break to ponder our throughts, snares pan around our head as energy picks up ever so slightly. NiGHTS delivers a chill melody using vocal cuts that move up and more »

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Trapstyle’s Weekly Roundup Vol.19

Our weekly roundup has returned! Trapstyle readers, we are proud to present the 19th edition of our popular weekly roundup series. This installment features the freshest batch of releases via our Prime channel. With releases from Super Exotic, BunnFace, GDLK, MHU, ELEX, SixxSpeed and Zenon we touch multiple ends of the genre spectrum and cross multiple styles in these sound bending hybrid set of releases. We hope you enjoyed these tracks as much as we did when finding them, et us know which ones were your favorites on twitter @trapstylebass. We’ll be back next week with our next fresh batch of more »

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Ray Volpe Goes Stellar With Outerworld

Young Ray Volpe. The kid from North Carolina who can’t stop laying down tracks that permeate through out the dubstep world, resignating with beautiful vocals and destructive noise. With a computer and an obsession with a certain footlong-sandwich-making-company, Ray has been taking the US by storm with his relentless brand of melodic dubstep that features a sharp array of sound design and heavy bass. His latest release “Outerworld” fits perfectly in this category. Our stellar ride through galactic bass begins with a blast of sound, a warping harmonic and Ray Volpe’s own voice singing “I’m not from this world”. An more »

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Swage Takes On Zeds Dead [FREE DOWNLOAD]

Remixes can be either wonderful or a waste of time (how many Purple Lamborghini remixes are out there?) but of course we’re not here to show you garbage. Swage has been on the rise for the last year or two making his way up the musical ladder with big bass house tracks and funky sets. His newest tune is a remix of the classic Zeds Dead “Hit Me”. For those of you who recall the energy of the original, you know that remixing an already legendary tune is kind of worrisome but Swage knocked it out of the park. The more »

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STR!X – Affliction [FREE DOWNLOAD]

Dubstep has been making a huge rise in popularity since a minor decline a few years ago and due mostly in part to the growing success of fresh and up and coming producers like STR!X. STR!X has attended multiple production schools to hone his skills and with tunes like “Affliction” it shows. This new Riddim banger is raw as fuck and hits like a drunken step dad. Out now for free on the progressive Riddim Network channel, “Affliction” is a cool new take on how to lay down some American bass music. Though it’s only a short 2 minutes, STR!X more »

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Ray Volpe Takes Dubstep By Storm With “Bermuda”

If you have dabbled in the realm of electronic bass music in the last year, you may have heard of a young, Subway-eating producer named Ray Volpe. If not, let’s introduce you to his music with his latest dubstep anthem “Bermuda”. The last time we visited Ray he had just put out his Bipolar EP which earned him the attention of top-level players in the scene such as party-boy Getter (whom Ray played a few shows with last year). Following that success, “Bermuda” was just released as a free download on Ray’s SoundCloud (yes go cop that shit). The song more »

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