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There’s a San Diego Clothing label on the prowl. Surfacing on our radar only now with the video recap of a six week, six event tour of their area with artists and models attired in various articles of their current line. They’ve got the reach and content to break into your world strong as of now (if knowledge was previously absent). Follow them on socials and peep game the gear @ www.damascusapparel.com
West Coast bass music sums up entirely the latest Muti Music release by ONHELL. Lovers of Street Bass, Future Music, Trap, Alt RnB all have a choice in standout. This may be an artist worthy of your attention in the time to come. You can purchase ‘Simple Stare’ online via Beatport, iTunes or Amazon.
ONHELL is another one of the young talented producers merging from northern California, originally from Arcata this recent transplant to Oakland can’t help but generate buzz wherever he lands. His first EP got responses like this one from DoAndroidsDance.com, “Mixing trap, bass, juke, twerk, and booty bass vibes, this producer from Arcata, California creates a dreamy and sexy bedroom vibe that cannot be denied.”
Simple Stare includes tunes that give you that thought of ‘instant classics’ with melodies and tonal atmospheres that resonate internally the second they are heard, from the depth of haunting tunes like Elle and You Made Me to the anthemic Catalyst and then tunes like Every Night and Tacenda adding just that little bit of extra bounce to bring it all together into one cohesive experience.
Storming eardrums with Soulection grade beats, remixes and mash’s is Chicago’s Slot-A. Member of Bang Hot Music, an outlet for Hip Hop productions in the future element. In large his catalog consists of stellar remixes of urban Top 40 stars. All to tremendous effect. Have a peruse.
If radio were an actual thing in my life, ‘Right Here’ would surely be worn down to an inverted wart. With the absence of industry pushes it still remains this summers female vocal tune. Lost Hustle did right here (zero pun intended).
Even now, after three months ‘DNA’ is in regular play here. House meeting the wobbles first heard when I first started going to raves in the Okanagan is just too deep. As the first official release from Loin Records the ‘Let’s Get It‘ EP of course featuring ‘DNA’ is landmark. True dark and dirty works by 19 year old KGreen. Warsaw’s Leon Lour was also struck enough by the track to put his own spin on. A more Techno version resulted but justice is done and homage paid.
Check out KGreen’s #FCMV42 while your at it.
Blondtron now operating as half a pair production duo with fellow Vancouverite Waspy are breaking out. Their second public track to date received premiere via DAD yesterday. From the looks of the overly active Instagram there is also a video en-route. GET IT is a free DL. Watch out for the switch up.
Melllttt. Clinging to summer in a bottle from Amsterdam. These guys have been off the radar to a little bit, but what a resurfacing. #ImpressedOn100 “SKYLAB teamed up with Bikini tracks and new waves were modified into a EP called ‘For the Ones Gone’ . The download thing via Beatport.
The time spent on this project absolutely paid off. Covering periods of Sydney based Wolf Wolf life and emotion from lonesomeness, to love, to heartbreak, to love again the full size release comes through as pure music. The moniker was created to separate personal from music life, and let me just say this release stands out on it’s own. Cool mask does help admittedly. File under #Funk
Street Bass labels Seclusiasis & Slit Jockey converge on the regular to bring out free new singles for the masses, the grimeys. Label head Dev79 pairs with fellow Philli producer formerly known as Speaker For The Dead, RVLVR, to help kickstart the new moniker, and just plain unleash the bass for the latest. ‘Plinky Babe’ in an interstellar love song. And a hard hitting one at that. Anti gravity, moon boots, countdowns & the signature heavy synth lay down of any good Street Bass makes it a far advanced push in the direction of Future & Alt. R&B. The download comes direct from Seclusiasis.
PS, just days ago Dev79 embarked on a five date August ‘Street Bass In My Veins’ tour. Today bringing him to Seattle’s Monky Loft. See poster below to co-ordinate catching him in your city, or wait till the Seclusiasis Radio Sub.FM broadcast on Sept 1st.
To one of Danny Browns most renowned tracks to date. The hard hitting and party anthem gets the full on Slow Graffiti treatment. Blunt after blunt the LA producers “Glass Trap” (as I’m going to go out on a limb calling it) turns up real hard. Ahead of new material reportedly this new heater is a steamy warm up. #GlassTrap
Hegemon is seriously bordering on favourite new collective. Productions by the likes of TroyBoi, vocals by the likes of the ever imaginative Father Dude, then the combination of both the dirty and love step vocals by the Mad Decent new recruit Daktyl will move you up the line in a quick hurry. Sultry love vocals backed by big future Bass x Trap all included.