• Wizard – Lap Dance

    March 31, 2014 Ben

    Wizard’s been putting out solid sounds for a couple years now, but we feel he’s onto something killer with his latest original, which he was kind enough to label Lap Dance. With a booming bass line, complimenting snares and those consistent claps, we can only hope you get one during the song. When you’re done,…

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  • BnC Exclusive + Interview: Destiny’s Child- Say My Name (Urple Eeple Microwave Remix)

    March 28, 2014 zac

    Peter Farr is the man behind the sexy aquatic glitch sounds of Urple Eeple. He has recently given fans a peak into daily, hour-long studio sessions through his Microwave Beats Project. These clips will be crowdsourced to determine which should be developed into complete tracks. His venture into remixing Destiny’s Child‘s Say My Name really caught our attention and we…

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  • Lido (you may know him as Trippy Turtle) remixes S-Type – Billboard and we LOVE it

    March 27, 2014 Ben

    It’s a badly kept secret that Lido is Trippy Turtle. Pictures of Trippy Turtle on stage happen to look just like Lido, they’re both supposedly close with Cashmere Cat, Lido’s production on LIZ – Y2K is exactly like TT’s… The list goes on, but just trust me here. Anyway, Lido apparently has an EP on the…

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  • Perkulat0r – Transcension EP out on Gravitas Recordings

    March 26, 2014 Mike Vincent

    Vancouver B.C-based producer Perkulat0r released his much anticipated Transcension EP on Gravitas Recordings yesterday. The bass community became very familiar with the name Perkulat0r last June, when he won Minnesota‘s Starburst Redux remix contest with a stellar and unique re-imagining of the original. Since then he’s been keeping it relatively low-key, apart from a few downloads that he’s released…

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  • Envision 2014 Recap

    March 20, 2014 zac

      My first music festival was Earthdance California in the summer of 2008. It was an eye-opening experience, revealing to me a whole culture that I was barely aware of. This dreamlike village of co-creation and interactivity enchanted me. I felt at ease in this environment where people embraced their oddities and learned to channel them in…

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  • Soulacybin – Gratitude

    March 20, 2014 zac

    Colorado producer, Soulacybin takes the listener on a meditational journey through outerspace and alternate dimensions on his latest release, Gratitude. Soulacybin draws on influence from such artists as Bluetech, Kalya Scintilla and Phutureprimitive to create alien atmospheres layered with texture.  Gratitude has a very cohesive feel literally flowing together with the sound of water. Blending traditional dub, psychedelic soundscapes,…

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  • Boeboe – We Feelin’ (Parkinson White Flip)

    March 18, 2014 Mike Vincent

    Us pretentious bass music folk on the West Coast like to tell ourselves that we live somewhere musically special and unique, but that just isn’t true. Hop across the Atlantic real quick, where the Dutch-based music collective/label Doggtown Records recently released their much anticipated and delectable debut compilation the other week. Parkinson White shows off his ever evolving and…

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  • Charlux, New Wave Grime and Bringing the UK to the West Coast

    March 14, 2014 Ben

    While listening to the fantastic Dusk + Blackdown Rinse FM show a couple weeks ago, a huge 4/4 grime tune grabbed my attention. Roughly textured and rude, I knew the aptly named Neck Snap was something special. When I found the producer didn’t hail from across the pond, but rather nearby Seattle, I had to hit…

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  • Koan Sound – Dynasty EP Previews Bring the Funk

    March 13, 2014 Ben

    The brothers Koan are at it again. Incredible funk vibes emanate from their newest EP, out April 1st on OWSLA. Check the preview below, you best believe we’ll be covering this release more as it approaches. Great stuff.

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  • G JONES – Live at LOW END THEORY 2/26/14

    March 11, 2014 Ben

    One of our favorite producers is at it again. G Jones had kindly released his Low End Theory set from last month, and it’s full of fantastic new material. Don’t sleep on this, these new productions and collabs are massive. I pulled a rare double-Soundcloud-rewind on that transition into The Widdler & G Jones –…

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