The Toronto based producer Nightizm, has just released a nice two track EP free for download on his soundcloud as well as bandcamp! The EP has a trap sounding base however you can hear Nightizm’s unique sound within it, which I love.
The first track titled “Zone Four” has a dark spacey vibe to it, with amazing sub work to go along with the massive pads. It moves along with deep chords and spacey verbs while the sub subtly blows your mind. The second of the subby duo, “Plight” has the same dark vibe yet it maintains its own character with various reverberated samples and pads with more of a traditional trap sound. Both of these tunes are well produced sub/trap masterpieces from Nightizm, sure have your head bobbing and your sub thumping. Big ups to Nightizm for this one!
Check the tunes below and follow the artist on Facebook as well!
The trap producer Muramasa has killed it with this tune! The tune entitled Birdcage Chain has such an amazing vibe to it. I’ve never heard such a nice balance between the true trap sound, an orchestral feel, and a touch of tribal. I’m telling you, DO NOT sleep on this producer. His entire EP is diverse and heavy hitting. You can purchase it HERE if you feel inclined (I strongly encourage it) or you can grab it for free here.
Haven’t posted up one from these guys in a while, but if you haven’t been keeping up to date with them, get on that!! As always Savage Rehab smashes it with a blend of old school sounds and the latest of DnB. Neck Funk has a very upbeat vibe to it, and is perfect for brightening up your day if you’re still experiencing gray weather like we are here in Cleveland. Step Inside on the other hand brings a bouncy sound that is sure to get you moving. Both of these will be out hopefully soon on their Saxxon EP on V Recordings. As always, big up to Savage Rehab!!
Cleveland boys turned LA sound sorcerers, niceFingers have really been making waves since they hit the blessed coast in 2011. Consisting of long time homies Dave Schneider and Nick Waterhouse, the colors run deep with these two. Being from Cleveland myself, I’ve had the pleasure to know these guys through some of their development. In fact, I happened to play little league baseball with Nick, and later went to school with both of them in Columbus. Funny how the game changes.
After a huge success with their feature length album Intercontinental Beat Collection in 2012, niceFingers has collected a sweet little buzz. Performing around the California circuit through much of last summer solidified their place in the west coast electronic music space. Their momentum has allowed an energy conducive to creative expression to emerge, which is clear with their latest release, ImagiNative. The project paints a beautiful picture of interstellar frequencies floating in with the tide; gently lapping against the remote beaches of an exotic far away planet. We lift our glasses to you fellas. This is beautiful music.
Be sure to check out their Album, Intercontinental Beat Collection. Get it here for free!