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Ahee Releases Tune With A Catchy Grit Featuring Apaulo8

Ahee

LA’s Ahee is turning up the heat as he follows his Dank Sauce EP with an all new pop banger featuring the talented Apaulo8. The tracks vocals fall into the hip-hop category which gives this record a perfect twist to match the tunes underlying grit. Chris Adams, the name behind Ahee, is a solo producer who has been turning heads as he builds brand awareness and gains steady momentum in the industry. With his foot in the door having released his last EP with Play Me Records it seems as though he has a bright future ahead of him the electronic more »

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Motion Notion Reveals Lineup With Stacked Headliners!

In 2013, Motion Notion announced an insane lineup including Downlink, Liquid Stranger, and many more amazing artists. Since then we’ve seen Bear Grillz, 1NF1N1TE twice, but nothing like this years lineup. In 2017 Motion Notion will be hosting a huge number of artists, including, Datsik, Avalon, DirtyPhonics, Minnesota, and for the third year in a row, 1NF1N1TE. The festival will take place from Friday, August 24th to Monday, August 28th, 2017, and for anyone with early access, gates will open at 9AM on Thursday, August 23rd. All of the tickets are in Canadian dollars but in addition to being writers, all of us more »

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Benasis Switches Things Up In Monumental Bass House Track

Benasis

The wonder-boy from Chi-town, Benasis, is back at it again with pounding bass with his new track “Ground Shake”. This time however he has decided to change up the vibe to bass house rather than his usual in your face, head banging dubstep productions. Have no fear though, this track is just as heavy and dark as you would expect it to be! “Ground Shake” catches your attention immediately with a menacing bass line that is then accompanied by a beat that will surely get your head bobbing. From there the tension-filled build leads you straight into a drop that more »

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TroyBoi’s “Hooper” A Slam Dunk From New Album ‘Left Is Right’

Troyboi is the king of all things swag in music. Every beat this man touches brings groove, funk and a little uumphh with it. Gearing up to release his new album ‘Left Is Right’, the british bass and hiphop “Music Manipulation Specialist” has premiered the first single “Hooper”. The game of rhythm in “Hooper” begins with a kick drum reminiscent of a certain Flume track and Healthy Chill spitting bars. The beat is minimal with naught but the rise of white noise building to the drop. Healthy delivers a final lyric and we’re warmly welcomed by TroyBoi’s head-bob inducing beat more »

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AFK X Wooli Release Blistering Riddim Banger [Free Download]

AFK

AFK & Wooli are two names that are building some of the most ground break bass music in the game right now. Gathering huge amounts of attention individually, a collab from these two is destined for greatness. The two producers have put together a track that is the just the right amount of each of their sounds. Combining the melodic elements of Wooli’s sounds in the breakdowns with the heavy Riddim wubs of AFK’s unique drops, this tune is bound to get any crown engaged and moving. Their tune “WDGAF” which is available for free download has amassed over 50k more »

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MELBOURNE TRAP PACK drops another big compilation!

The Melbourne Trap Pack, home to all things bass in Melbourne, has come out with the second instalment of their compilation album. Featuring many homegrown producers & members of the ever-growing Pack, the Melbourne Trap Pack Compilation 2 is filled to the brim with face-melting bass hits, punchy kick drums and snapping snares. Starting off strong, Cirrus comes out of the corner throwing the fattest 808 punches you’ve heard all week with his slow, eerie & heavy hitting track; ‘Pull It Back‘. The raw energy of ‘Pull It Back’ really shines with its powerful bassline and growling synths. Notpil & more »

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What So Not Drops Divide And Conquer Remix Pack

You’d be hard-pressed to find a single person in the scene that doesn’t get excited about seeing the name What So Not on a release and Divide & Conquer was no different. Stepping a little into left field from what we’re used to from Chris “Emoh” Emerson (better known of course as What So Not), but this experimental sound was not in vain. The masses jumped on this track, stepping into something different and pushing something new and quite far removed from the days when What So Not was Flume and Emoh. Now I’d be lying if I said I wasn’t more »

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