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[Dubstep] Oolacile – Expansion EP

Let’s get one thing straight. Dubstep isn’t dead, and it never died. It may not be as hype as it once was, but that all can change very quickly. Currently, it’s making somewhat of a comeback, thanks to some veterans as well as some newer artists like Oolacile. This talented bass-head recently came out with his Expansion EP on SMOG Records, and I’m here to tell you, it’s heavy. Like, REALLY heavy.

Althought Oolacile is the mastermind behind the project, the Expansion EP has its features including label head 12th Planet, Jumanji, MurDa, Savory and Boogie T. From start to finish, this EP is jam-packed to the brim with as much low frequency energy as you can handle. Oolacile moves between classic dub, riddim and the newer fashions of the genre with ease, yet he always has his own flavor on it. I’m not surprised in the slightest that SMOG picked this one up, and that its lead man wanted to collaborate with the up and comer. His focus on sound design and rhythm is something that really shines in this project, and will continue to do so as his career progresses. Take note, Oolacile is here to stay. Grab Expansion now!

’Oolacile – Crooked’
’Oolacile – Creepers Ft. 12th Planet & Jumanji’
’Oolacile – Expansion’
’Oolacile – Manipulator’
’Oolacile, MurDa – Imposter’
’Oolacile – Instigate Ft. Savory’
’Oolacile – No Ft. Boogie T’
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[Trap] Candyland – Murda


Mmmmmmm, Candyland is back. We didn’t have to wait long since the last release, a remix of “Lean On” that we had the chance to premiere. Santa Barbara’s own is here this time with an original called “Murda” that dropped with the help of SMOG Records.

“Murda” is some straight up thuggery. Dirty, in a uniquely trappy type of way, this track has that grimy groove that gets crowds thizz and bass faces going in full force. In adding another dope original to her catalog, Candyland shows there is plenty of juice in the tank to keep the fire coming. “Murda” is up for grabs on Beatport for those who would like to add this to their own library.

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