• 3 Ways Once Upon A Festival Will Be Better Than Foreverland

    June 1, 2015 zac

    While I’ve been to several different festivals over the years, last year was the first time I got a chance to to experience a festival in it’s inaugural year. Foreverland was announced towards the end of the season, right when I thought my summer had already wound down. The festival had a heavy focus on…

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  • Anton F and Terrorhythm Get Swaggy for Spring

    May 19, 2015 Ben

    Anton F is a unique character, he’s not content to let a good banger go unchanged, preferring to shift and mold his productions in unexpected directions. As he showed on his first Terrorhythm release in 2013, one can turn up and turn down at the same time, and his raucous rhythms are best when intertwined with downtempo melodies. This interplay of conflicting energy levels is present…

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  • Mad Zach – Quantum Shock EP Review

    May 7, 2015 Ben

    It’s been a furious year for Mad Zach. Having already dropped his stellar Kräftig EP and fire remixes of DJ Pound and Frenquency, Zach is capping off his winter streak with a big offering on the home of this weird bass sound, Saturate Records. While Mad Zach may not have the fame of G Jones or Bleep Bloop (both of whom feature here),…

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  • ONHELL Gets Techy, Tarantism Ensues

    April 23, 2015 Ben

    In my previous writings on ONHELL, I’ve mentioned his predilection for techno. At the height of a party, he’s been known to switch from his lauded future bass to some banging acid and smash up the dance. I’m pleased to say ONHELL has further pursued his predilection and applied his production prowess to a techno-tinged release all his…

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  • GANZ – Dino War EP and Interview

    April 20, 2015 Ben

    GANZ needs no introduction here. Starting his rise on two of our favorite labels (Saturate and Terrorhythm), GANZ smashed 2014 with a string of originals, official remixes, and bootlegs that were so good they became official remixes. We recently had the chance to ask him about producing bootlegs vs originals, collaborations with Djemba Djemba, What So Not and Carmack and…

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  • Get Bodied by Gunkst and Terrorhythm

    March 21, 2015 Ben

    Terrorhythm‘s newest release comes courtesy of Denver’s Gunkst. With a shiny-but-ratchet sound that resides in the gaps between genres, Gunkst is a perfect fit for Terrorhythm’s dot-connecting taste in bass. His Bodied EP (available here) is a perfect taste both of his style and Terrorhythm’s direction as a label. “B Ball” opens the EP up with heavy…

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  • BnC Mix 004: BANGANAGANGBANGERS

    February 24, 2015 Ben

    When I received some massive and mysterious test masters in my inbox from Saturate Records last week I desperately messaged them, “Who made these untagged bangers?!” One word appeared in the answer: “BANGANAGANGBANGERS“. An alliance of 5 like-minded dudes from The Netherlands, BANGANAGANGBANGERS is the metaphysical manifestation of their collective desire to bang. Whether they’re slaying crowds or…

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  • STYLSS Single 014: Kamandi & Jaga – FCKWTU

    January 28, 2015 Ben

    As far as combinations go, “Kamandi on STYLSS” ranks up there with “sex on washing machine” or “nutella on anything” in terms of satisfaction. Portland’s purveyors of atmospheric future bass, STYLSS, would be hard pressed to find a better suited producer than the fast-rising Kamandi for their newest single. Fresh from the fantastic “Claustrophobic” with Azizi Gibson, New Zealand’s…

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  • Terrorhythm Elements Runs the Purp with Amethyst (JD. Reid)

    January 22, 2015 Ben

    Terrorhythm has been a leading force in the resurgence of purple music this past year. Since setting up shop on the unpaved crossroad of purple, future bass, grime and trap, they’ve given voice to artists toying with those genre conventions and in the process turned that unpaved crossroad into a bustling intersection. Their latest release along this tangent, JD.…

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  • Mad Zach- Kräftig EP

    January 21, 2015 Mike Vincent

    Mad Zach originally hails from Santa Cruz, California, but has recently moved to Berlin to pursue his career further. Zach’s newest release, Kräftig, meaning “strong” in German, lives up its name. Attention to detail throughout this release may not be apparent to the average listener at first (of course none of our readers are average), however if you…

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