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Bells and Robes Take Us On A Melodramatic Musical Journey

Without hesitation it becomes apparent that Dreamin’ is a dreamy take on catchy vocals that create a sonic soundscape to hypnotize you into its beauty. Bells and Robes have created a tasty treat for us all that encompasses a moody yet smooth synth and a catchy arrangement drowning in tasteful production. It’s the perfect combination of bass connected to feel good beats with a sexy spin on electronic music that is likely to lead the way into an indie filled wonderland that only a track as serene as Dreamin’ could ever do. This is definitely not your next banger that we showcase on the regs more »

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Keys N Krates – Love Again (Stööki Sound Remix)

Well isn’t today just an awesome day for new music. This time, Stööki Sound is back with their own take on Keys N Krates’ Love Again for what is an explosion of bass lines and quirky rhythmic feels. From left to right the 808’s sway moving with powerful undertones of sonic overtake. The Trap based elements  including the swift use of low end madness without being overbearing truly showcase the authentic bass infused Grime sound that Stööki is notorious for. Do yourself a favor and make sure that you have good speakers with kickass subwoofers to truly enjoy the raw sounds of this remix. more »

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Discovery Project’s 10th Release Fish From Japan

Discovery Project’s emerging talent series has been picking up some hot tunes. With artists like Biggs & First Gift, Planet Rock, Convex, and so many more, there is bound to be a style or artist that is suited to your liking. Considering Discovery Project is hosted by Insomniac should be a good indication that you should be watching out for these artists already, but if you’re not convinced, you can hear the latest groovin’ Discovery Project release here: This masterfully crafted groovin’ house track comes from Fish From Japan, a group with an interesting tale. Fish From Japan isn’t just a person, more »

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Trapstyle’s Weekly Roundup Vol.1

The writers at Trapstyle serve up a platter full of this weeks goodies. This series is all about digging up some gnarly bass heavy tunes for all our readers. Showcasing some of the last two week’s insane songs, we hope you all begin to enjoy the series as it continues to develop. For our first edition of the playlist we’ve got tracks and remixes from up and comers, Slushii, Aylen, Quix, Dapp, and more. From bass house to dubstep to trap, our curated 5 tracks are intended to never leave your ears as soon as you hear them. Enjoy! 1.Wiwek more »

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Add This To Your Playlist & Hit The Gym

Insomniac’s “Discovery Project” gives a platform to up and coming talent for the ultimate prize, playing the main stage. I’ve personally always been stoked to see who they choose to spotlight as I’ve helped a slew of producers get noticed by the Discovery project. So who did they tap this week? Biggs & First Gift. One’s from Texas, the other hails from Uppsala, Sweden. The union sounds random, but these two have been collaborating on tracks for some time now. Joining the trap sounds of Biggs combined with the global/club sounds of the man behind Durp Supera Records yields some interesting results. This record more »

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Newcomer Rad Cat Has Explosive Must Hear Remix

Rad Cat, a relative newcomer to the Future Bass community has been behind multiple large instrumentals in Blackbear‘s debut EP titled ‘ Drink Bleach ‘. Based out of San Diego, Rad Cat produced Obvious feat. Mike Posner & Girls Like You from the fresh EP. Not even a week after the EP was released, Blackbear dropped Rad Cat’s remix of his own song ‘Girls Like You’ which is simply put a serious overhaul from the original production. The noteworthy remix begins with a vibrant vocal loop that filters into a softer beat with suspenseful saws that make you want to more »

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Blackbear surprises fans with ‘Drink Bleach EP’

Following the success of ‘Deadroses’ and ‘Help’, artist Blackbear has continued on his journey to stardom as he drops new ‘Drink Bleach EP’. Bringing back that honest and relatable sound that the creative offers this is yet again another masterpiece that he can add to his discography. If you’re unfamiliar with Blackbear which is a rarity these days, I suggest you go ahead and listen to the rest of the artist’s music after because it is extremely addictive. Kicking off the extended play, we are greeted with an uplifting tune in ‘Something Real’. Sampling the likes of ‘It’s Alright Now’ more »

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Xivine – Grinder

Xivine says hello to bass music fans as he releases ‘Grinder’ on Seismic Recordings. The artist spends no time and accelerates right into the heat of things. He allows the snares to drag us into it’s pits of obnoxious leads and harsh growls. Accompanied by an 808 kick drum the two elements smack us right in the face, perfect for the ultimate bass face. The drum work is simple yet it gets the job done so effortlessly. This is an epic tune just waiting to get put in the set list of djs around the world. Keep your ears open because Xivine more »

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DJ Snake ft. Bipolar Sunshine – Middle (4B Remix)

4B continues his consistent path of tune after tune as he drops his remix of ‘Middle’ by DJ Snake and Bipolar Sunshine. The aftermath the producer left from releasing ‘Pop Dat’ with Aazar and his insane Ultra Set still has our ears ringing. Yet, you all have to sit down and listen to what the artist has to show for us today. Continuing where Snake had left off, the original plucks and vocals return as the artist plans to reveal whats in his bag of tricks. Rejuvenating the drum pattern we begin to see the rhythm of the song will definitely more »

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What So Not & GANZ – Lone (Ft JOY.)

It’s festival season and the trap gods have been very kind to us lately. What So Not & GANZ finally release their heavily anticipated collaboration. It fails disappoint any of our expectations as it starts off with such a haunting bassline along with detuned pianos to give it such an intimate atmosphere. Teaming up with the australian vocalist JOY, this tune has everything it needs to be one of the most memorable tracks this year. The producers definitely aimed high with this one as the elements of this song are the perfect formula for a festival anthem. The claps and more »

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Travis Scott – 3500 (Yaldah VIP) [FREE DOWNLOAD]

Trap enthusiasts are in for a treat when they feast upon the massive remix Yaldah has served us today. The producer gives us her rendition of ‘3500′ by Travis Scott and it could not have been any more destructive. This VIP is the second coming of her first remix of the tune. After hearing the first remix we were in awe to hear that it only gets better. The 22 year old’s mind produces nothing short of creative juices as she prepares up a hot meal for bass heads to chew on. Starting things off as we’d expect her to, more »

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Planet Rock – Need U Premiere

Coming from the heart of Los Angeles, Planet Rock has been making waves in the music scene since they’re appearance on the Discovery Stage at EDC Las Vegas 2014. Having festival experience under their belts, Planet Rock hit the studio to crank out a wide range of future bass and trap tunes for 2016. The LA future bass duo have released their latest track “Need U” on Insomniac’s Discovery Project as the first of many sure-to-be summer anthems for the year. Planet Rock has crafted a sharply percussive and feel-good future tune that will have crowds bouncing around the dance more »

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Major Lazer – Wave (Big Gigantic Remix) [FREE DOWNLOAD]

Big Gigantic unleashes their phenomenal remix of ‘Wave’ by Major Lazer. Big Gigantic has quickly become one of the staple electronic act’s the scene has to offer. Being known for one of the first to do live electronic acts, the duo has combined the two planets of melodics and bass into one. The duo never ceases to amaze us and they have their work cut out for them as the original song set such a high standard. The two grab the song by the hands and push it into a field of harmonics and crisp basslines. This remix stays in more »

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Solemn – The Talking (Feat. Aaron Cohen)

Solemn debuts his first single ‘The Talking’ featuring Aaron Cohen with us here at TrapStyle. If you’re looking for mind relaxing and ambient hip hop then this is right up your alley. We are presented with a booming 808 that sends vibrations throughout our bodies. With the harmonical work of the vocals this track gives us such a stimulating atmosphere. Just sit back and relax while the music transports you to the frequencies of your own thoughts. This being the first time we hear from the artist Solemn this only sparks a question in mind. ‘What’s next?’ you ask, well more »

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MAKO – Smoke Filled Room (IZII Remix) [FREE DOWNLOAD]

Young producer IZII presents with his spontanious rendition of ‘Way Back Home’ by Mako. It’s festival season and if you’re looking for uplifing summer tunes for your playlists well make sure you drop this one in. We are introduced yet again to the glorious vocal work of Mako. The original track hits home but this remix lifts up the tone and flips it sideways. The drums, guitar strums, and piano combination automatically transport us to a sunny day on the beach.  Bringing us the new sound that was first presented to us by Jack Ü we heavily recommend that you more »

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Snails & Protohype – Take It Off [FREE DOWNLOAD]

Coming off the fumes of Miami Music Week the artillery of fresh music is about to bestow upon us. Snails & Protohype finally pair up to gift us the heavy dubstep tune ‘Take It Off’. The song commences with a bouncy arpeggio accompanied by vocals already attempting to drag us into it’s pit of harsh growls, loud drums, and tasteful bass. The breakdown is just a preview of whats to come, making us hold our breath the build up bridges the emotions of excitement and awe. The kick and snare sequence are raw enough to bury our corpses down in the more »

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CONTROL (3/25/16) RECAP: STOOKI SOUND, OSHI, DAM-FUNK

Friday nights in LA will always be synonymous with Control at the Avalon Hollywood, arguably the quintessential club night in LA.  Last Friday, was certainly no exception when heavy hitters Stooki Sound came to town to rock the decks.  Arriving around 11:00P.M. the dance floor was already packed and grooving, Oshi had already stepped up to the decks and was controlling the dance floor like it was already headliner time (no disrespect Oshi!), this was the first sign it was going to be a night for the books.  Once midnight rolled around the pace amped up you knew it was more »

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ASDEK & FreeFall – Exceptional (Original Mix)

ASDEK & FreeFall pair up to bring us a monster of a bass house track. Starting off with your standard house intro, this only acts a decoy for what is to come. Breaking into such a groove the song takes off dragging us into its pits of deep and dark bass. Starting off so aggressively the breakdown allows us a breath of fresh air till we hear that naughty vocal sample ‘Exceptional’ in which this tune indeed fits its title. Capping off the energy from the build up we are barraged with bass deep enough to bury us into our more »

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Mako – Way Back Home (TastyTreat Remix)

Spring has commenced here in North America and there is nothing that prepares us more for sunshine and blossoming sights than TastyTreat’s remix of ‘Way Back Home’ by Mako. Future Bass enthusiasts will be pleased to hear yet another masterpiece from the Hebinomichi duo. Kicking things off literally with a subtle bassline and kick drum combination we begin to hear those wavy synths that we’ve all come to know and love the Cali-based duo for. We are introduced to the beautiful vocals of Mako yet again, just like the original this track hits home in every possible way. Uplifting chords begin more »

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KAELYN – The Mood [FREE DOWNLOAD]

If you’re familiar with the sounds of Esta, PYRMDPLAZA, and Oshi then you’re going to love ‘The Mood’. Young producer that goes by the name of KAELYN has gifted us with a chilled future bass song ready to slip into any of your baby making playlists. Starting off with such appealing chords that resonate a beautiful summer night the 18 yr old partners up with the vocals of Kyéonta to give us such a stunning track. The drums rush in as we are paraded by smooth saw waves and a subtle bassline. The vocal work on this just adds to the more »

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