Over the past few years, Never Say Die Records has without a doubt established itself as one of the premier labels representing some of the most innovative and talent producers in all of EDM. Being a fan of heavy bass music, I eagerly await any material Never Say Die Records puts out, and their latest release, Dodge & Fuski’s Bad Meaning Good EP is no exception. Bad Meaning Good, is a refreshingly diverse EP featuring five quality releases which highlight a vast range of tempos and styles of bass music. The first track off the EP, “Got 2 Come Together” is a high-energy track brimming with hard-hitting bass and strident synths. Another highlight of the EP, is “Turn It Up,” a glitch-hop track riddled with wobbles and ingeniously spliced vocal samples. “Turn It Up” is an excellent example of how this EP showcases Dodge & Fuski’s aptitude to create top-notch productions regardless of the genre. “Bad” is an aggressive drum and bass tune, which highlights Messinian’s grimy vocals with heavy wobbles and laser pitched synths. Also included on the EP is Brown & Gammon’s incredibly unique remix of “Bad” and arguably the most unique track of the EP, “Call My Name,” a more melodic bass filled tune. All in all, this EP is exactly what one should expect from any Never Say Die release, pure gold! Give each track a listen and grab a copy on Beatport here. Enjoy.
Dodge & Fuski’s Bad Meaning Good released on October 8th on Never Say Die Records.