May 20th Boka Records is releasing Tank 7, featuring some heavy bass productions from RDG and JSL, and THE MC to set off any dubstep track, Beezy. This is some trippy trippy music. You’re about to get launched somewhere else once you click play!
New sounds from the Swedish bass lord, Liquid Stranger!
I’m so glad to post that the amazing electronic producer is back to his roots. I talked to him briefly in orlando after his show at Bliss Ultra Lounge about a year ago and we got to talking about the heavy stuff he had been producing versus the deeper side of things that he first started out with. He explained how he loved all of the heavy Dubstep/DnB however his “true passion” lied within the deep, reggae infused music. It seems that he’s making that move back now.
This ambient slow groove reminds me of his stuff off of Intergalactic Slapstick except slowed down quite a bit. This guy’s production is so full. He truly paints a picture with all of the rainforest like noise, meanwhile having an awesome song on top of it. Check the new Liquid stranger titled “Sorb”, it’ll have you in a nice chilled state. Massive ups to Liquid Stranger as always!
Go and grab the track or even the whole interchill compilation here
Midwest based producers J Hanna (Ganjaology) and Willob wanna make sure you’re not forgetting to dance your spring away , so they just remixed Rihanna’s oh so popular track, Pour It Up. With an electro-trap vibe throughout the entirety of the song, and a solid four to the floor thump, I have a feeling that this remix will reach a wide range of people who listen to everything from house to pop to dubstep. Enjoy this free download and watch out for Willob’s upcoming EP CONTROL FREAK, which will be released May 1st. Big ups fellas!
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!