Vomitstep fans rejoice: Botnek and Snails are here with their highly anticipated Dim Mak single “ur 2 cool.” In a 128 BPM whirlwind of genre-smashing sounds, the two forward-thinking artists entwine heavy bass patches with snarling growl shots in a surefire festival mainstage anthem.
Cleverly chopping the original’s soulful vocals, LA beatmaker Soslo reworks GITCHII‘s “OWM” into a glistening future bass bomb.
Copenhagen’s Fabian Mazur arrives on New Noise with a bang, lacing screeching drop synths with emphatic 808’s in the wild trap track “Make It Bounce.”
Matisse & Sadko make their Dim Mak debut with the inventive 128 sizzler “Ninjas.” The Russian duo uses ferocious bass tones with drum and bass influenced sound design to slice through a relentless four-to-the-floor rhythm.
Autoerotique continues to slay dancefloors worldwide with “Slew Dem,” a ruthless bass house tune complete with Auto’s signature pitched down vocals and crisp percussion patterns.
Danish dynamo MORTEN links up with TWOLOUD for the 128BPM house thumper “Certified.” Interweaving exotic synth patches with grimy wubs, the track is a perfect marriage of G-house and bass heavy electro house.
“Doomsday” is upon us as EXSSV unleashes his sinister Halloween-themed single. The NYC beatmaker makes use of ominous vocal samples and menacing bass house patterns before switching up the BPM and unloading a frightening dubstep drop.
Budding bass producers TYNVN and Felmax present “Grail,” a powerful New Noise tune that teases you with a sweet future bass melody before uncorking a titanic trap drop.
GITCHII’s future soul ballad “OWM” gets the remix package it deserves from partners in crime Autolaser and R3LL. Autolaser crafts a melodic house number, producing deep basslines under bubbly crescendos while R3LL soaks GITCHII’s original in his signature Jersey Club sound.
Implementing a relentless low frequency breakdown, Autoerotique drops the menacing rave-ready bass house track “Run For Cover” in perhaps his most daring musical offering yet.
Dim Mak phenom Max Styler unveils “Gold” with Devault, a forward looking bass masterpiece featuring the resplendent vocals of English songstress Luciana.
The next generation has arrived. With the release of his debut EP “We Made It,” emerging bass music prodigy T-Mass delivers a spellbinding three-track opus. The opening trap bomb “Cash” will have you seeing dollar signs before “Jungle Heart” and the titular track “We Made It” rope you in with their celestial vibes in this bona fide future classic.