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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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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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Lektrique Talks New Music and Life with Trapstyle

Lektrique has been a consistent name in the music scene for a couple of years from his own productions to helping the hard-hitting Kannibalen Records with Black Tiger Sex Machine. His newest track “Shred” is an electro-destroyer that radiates heavy energy. We wanted to share that track with you and sit down to have a few words with Lektrique himself. “Shred” features Lektrique’s heavy, grinding saws and deep orchestral bellows that he robustly applies. The track opens with a funky, fidgety beat where upon a blasting guitar melts our faces off with long drawn out chords. A quick build delivers more »

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Mantis Unleashes Destruction with The Hundred Deep EP

Mantis has been a name that is synonymous with the heavy bass movement since their beginning. The duo has pushed their brand of dirty-south-bass-metal in to the ears of fans across the world and their newest EP is set to wreak havoc off of Downlink’s Uplink Audio label. With huge releases in the past on labels such as Play Me and Heavy Artillery, we expect nothing short of a barrage of sound on this EP. Needless to say after listening to it I was NOT dissapointed in the Atlanta based duo. Having been listening to Mantis since their initial launch more »

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