Stinkahbell is coming out with a new EP this fall entitled, Film Noir, through Terrorhythm Recordings. As you may have already guessed, it’s nothing but the deepest and heaviest of bass lines, sexy melodic sections that make you feel emotions you never knew you had, wobbles that hit hard enough to break down bank vault walls, and a finess that only Stinkahbell can call theirs. September is coming quick…be sure to put this on your list of music to buy and stay tuned for more Stinkahbell on Ganjaology!
Please Don’t Make Me Switch
ya gotta show Stinkahbell some love they’re pumping out the fire like no other, after listenening to pretty much all of their available tunes it was a difficult decision which one to write about… but there is always that one where you cant help but to just rewind it 4 or 5…or 8 more times, this is that tune. The massive reverbs and sharp growling synths accompanied by a groovy floor stomping beat leaves you no other choice but to press play multiple times. Oh ya, and the second drop MADNESS!
THIS ONES A STINKAH!! Haha…seriously though…Stinkahbell went in extra hard on this one. I’d take this over Jay-Z and Kanye any day. Nuff said! The samples are hot and the wobbles are killin’ my speakers! In a good way. Okay, CHOON IN! Huge shout out to everyone in the UK coming with that next level bass music for ears worldwide.
So, I was kicking it at the Benga showat the club Roxy here in Orlando, and the native homie Bryzergold was putting down a massive set as usual. He was dropping his usual swagged out, UK influenced, dub rollers and the place was getting down. As I sipped on few stellas I started finding myself slowly dancing more and more (could have been the alcohol or the great tunes). The set started to quiet down as he let the track run out. He mixed in this tune and as soon as the smooth “something in your eyes” dropped the place went nuts. With such nice melodies yet such heavy hitting bass you had to be crazy not to get down to such a tune. I’ve been getting more into Stinkahbell since then and the london based duo aredefinitely worth checking out. Out to Bryzer, out to Stinkahbell for the great track and out to MistaJam for a nice variance. Enjoy.