MA Music continues expanding their catalog with the Marathon EP from Prismatic. Fans of dubstep will enjoy this pure-bread project as it has all the bass you could ever want, plus more. Marathon consists of four tracks total, including collaboration with Dubscribe and DELTAnine.
Sometimes when a project is all one genre, things can feel a bit repetitive after a while, but you never reach that point in Marathon. Prismatic went all out with his musical assault, leaving nothing behind so that listeners could have an EP that wasn’t skippable at any time. Headbanging is encouraged, as each song just calls for you to throw yourself back and forth to the beat. All the songs fit together in the grand scheme of the EP, however each individually stand on their own as strong singles as well. We’re not even going to attempt to pick a favorite, but maybe you can. Stream the full EP below and head over to digital stores for a copy if you want it.
’Prismatic & Dubscribe – Shredder’
’Prismatic & DELTAnine – Droid’
It’s been a long time coming since Savant released a full project, but that project is finally here. Today we will share with you a single track off of the producer’s long awaited album, Jester, which was independently released on April 17th. In an attempt to push Spotify, only a few of the fourteen total songs were put on Soundcloud, including “Rex” which we have below.
“Rex” is fraught with Savant’s iconic style. His love for classic video game sounds come out strong and heavy in this bass-boosted dubstep hit. Playful and enticing, “Rex” was one of our favorite songs on a project packed with goodies. Savant’s ability to give fans a taste of what they want, mixed with what he wants has always been a strength of his from a song-writing angle, whether intentional or not. “Rex” sees Savant moving forward with his sound, while also not delving away from who he is, something that is now common among producers (thanks future bass). Check out “Rex” below and make sure to check out the full LP on iTunes.
It’s Friday night, so pull out whatever it is you need for fun. What you don’t need to bring out is music, because we got you covered there. As always, we’ve collected our favorite free downloads from over the past seven days to give to you. We’ve got some incredible records from the likes of The Hi-Yahs who kick things off for us, as well as 2Tone Disco, one of our favorites in Havok Roth, Creaky Jackals and the one and only CRIZZLY who closes things out with some heavy bass. You’ll find plenty of more talented artists with top quality singles as you jam through the 243rd edition of our Friday Party Playlist. Enjoy all twelve, have a great (and safe) night and most importantly, #danceirresponsibly.
Yahs – Where Do I Go (Original Mix)’
’Hand That Feeds (Prod. Auralponic X Theevs)’
’2Tone Disco –
’MADEINTYO – Skateboard P (Styles&Complete x Jayceeoh Remix)’
’Flume & Pusha T – Enough (Havok Roth Remix)’
’CAYA – Wobble And Jiggle ( Free Download )’
’ElezD – Fountain of Faith’
’Creaky Jackals – Square’
’CRIZZLY – Ice On My Grill’
Pendulum and Destroid’s drum-loving basshead KJ Sawka has released quite the EP through Impossible Records. Complete with five singles, Unity Of Purpose is everything a lover of low frequencies is looking for. Some dub, some DnB and even a little bit of something extra on top.
KJ starts things off with a huge prelude that is nothing short of epic. From there we dive into some heavy bass in “Face Crack” which will do just that if you’re not too careful. If that didn’t get you hyped for some reason, then the drum & bass record “Running Away” will get you fired up. What may be our favorite single comes next in “The Time Has Come” although it’s hard to really choose a #1. Lastly, KJ returns with Emilia Sosa for “Monster,” the most unique song out of the non-prelude bunch. Get your copy of the EP through iTunes today, or head over to KJ’s Soundcloud for the free batch.
’KJ Sawka – Prelude feat. Jason Camiolo – Impossible Records’
’KJ Sawka – Face Crack – Impossible Records’
’KJ Sawka – Running Away feat. Emilia Sosa – Impossible Records’
’KJ Sawka – The Time Has Come’
’KJ Sawka Monster feat. Emilia Sosa – Impossible Records’
Thank heavens, the weekend is finally over. Friday is here and it’s time to unwind, or if this is more your style, party! Whichever method you choose for your weekend activities, we’ve got some high quality tunes for you. Every single song here, as usual, are available for free, so if you’re still into getting records for yourself instead of simply streaming, you can grab the ones you want. This week we kick things off with yet another hot one from MEMBA & TITUS, then meet up with acts like Velvo, Hi Five, Dusty Bits, DISKORD, Jackal and many more. We have thirteen singles for you, as well as a special mix from our friend PatrickReza just to give you some extra tunes to enjoy. Most importantly however, is to make sure you #danceirresponsibly.
’MEMBA & TITUS – Pull Up (feat. GIIA)’
’inverness – “Can’t Keep Us” (PRMD DSCVR)’
’Velvo & Zayy – Sober (feat. Nico Blue)’
’Knox Hamilton – Washed Up Together (jimmie remix)’
’Patrick Perfetto – We Gettin Turnt’
’Hi Five & Xonic x Drake – No Pain (VIP)’
’Dusty Bits – Bass Get ‘Em’
’Aire Atlantica – Make You Mine (feat. Ameria)’
’Jackal – Feel It (feat. Anfa Rose)’
’Elonious – Hero You Are ft Kyera’
’Sam Lamar & HEARTS – Bad Boys’
’PATRICKREZA’S SPRING17 MIX’
Bassheads gather, an inferno of low frequencies has been delivered. Unsurprisingly, it comes from the Never Say Die crew, but to be more exact it comes from the Bangkok beat machine Stabby. The EP has been deemed Bushido, which stands for the way of the Samurai. If you couldn’t get the connection through the artwork, we made it easy for you.
What Stabby made easy was a project that you can get through without skipping a single second. Through and through the Bushido EP is glorious. Five songs deep, this heavy excursion is one you’re not going to want to miss. Stabby is among a roster of some of the best bass artists in the world, but he shows up with all he’s got, showcasing why he should be considered as someone near the top of the NSD crew. Ninja favorites include “Act One” and “Hagakure” which has a more of a hybrid sound than the other singles. Bushido is out now, so hit up digital stores for a copy!
It’s not easy taking on official remix duties for Kai Wachi. As one of bass music’s most promising producers, his works are remarkable. However, the people over at Kannibalen Records did a good job of finding some talent that could take on such a challenge. Those talents include Black Tiger Sex Machine, Liquid Stranger, SQUNTO and NuKid.
Let’s break it down nice and simple to get through each remix. First, Black Tiger Sex Machine bring their hard and heavy electro sound to a song deserving of their dark energy. Next comes the veteran Liquid Stranger whose booming basslines will blow your speakers up if you’re not too careful. SQUNTO continues with the halftime count, bringing forth his riddim-centric take on Kai’s original. Lastly, NuKid kicks up a cool house remix that’s got a whole lot of groove. Enjoy them all and make sure to get a copy of the EP!
’Kai Wachi – Demons (Black Tiger Sex Machine Remix)’
’Kai Wachi – Demons (Liquid Stranger Remix)’
’Kai Wachi – Demons (SQUNTO RMX)’
’Kai Wachi – Demons (NuKid Remix)’