Returning to Dim Mak with a vengeance, the bass house trio known as BROHUG unleash their “Knuckles” EP. The record’s title track brings thumping horns and a grimey bassline to the forefront, while “Guns Go Boom” goes the tech house route, using rhythmic hi-hat hits and vocal chops to propel this energetic B-side.
BROHUG is here to change bass house forever with their forward-thinking “Giggle Juice” EP. The record’s title track showcases an eerily catchy breakdown before the production trio unloads a savage drop full of ferocious wubs, while the second tune “Droppers” features a relentless snare build capped off by a bouncy vocal-driven house rhythm tailor-made for clubs. Both songs make for a monster of a Dim Mak debut for BROHUG, who artfully blur the lines of gritty and groovy with their “Giggle Juice” EP.
Consistently pushing the boundaries of modern sonics, Botnek delivers their blistering 4-track EP “Buffering…” After kicking off the package with “ur 2 cool,” a mammoth “vomitstep” collaboration with fellow Canadian Snails, the duo maintains a pace of 128 with the breakbeat / electro hybrid “Simple Sounds.” They also remix their own track “Losing My Mind” into a darkwave / industrial-tinged monster before closing out the EP with “Pickles,” a quirky house number reminiscent of the pioneering sound Botnek has become known for.
Autoerotique shows no mercy on his fierce “Darker Things” EP. Wubby bass patches run roughshod across three bass house tracks as the Toronto super-producer continues to find new ways to push the genre forward.
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.
In a flurry of house, trap, and twerk, GLOWINTHEDARK’s unique sound is on full display with their versatile “Numba One” EP. Returning to Dim Mak in grand fashion, the Dutch duo delivers a 3-track bundle chock full of anthemic vocals and festival-ready drops.
With help from Gianni Marino, FIGHT CLVB, and The Partysquad, Dutch production guru Alvaro goes gorilla in his blistering 3-track EP “Wildlife.” From the savage 808 madness of “Concrete Jungle” to the spine-chilling tiger growls in “Kingdom,” each track hacks through a thicket of menacing tribal-influenced drops as Alvaro smashes the jungle terror mold.
Dutch production prodigy Hasse de Moor is here to spread his “no mercy” style of bass music and shatter genre boundaries with his Dim Mak debut EP “Buck Wild.” Moving the electronic needle forward with each innovative track, the self-proclaimed “Monkeyboy” serves up his patented jungle-infused sonic debauchery with a groundbreaking 4-track bundle.
Returning to Dim Mak after his critically acclaimed debut “Into Darkness,” Taiki Nulight takes his signature dark bass sound even further with his “Sledge” EP. Hailing from the UK, he injects his unique take on the territory’s patented garage genre into five downright sinister bass-house tracks.
Staying true to their genre-blending ways, Dim Mak’s prized production team GITCHII unveils the glistening “Fly Hii” EP. Following the celestial “Intro” comes “Yeah” and “Fly Hii,” two mesmerizing melodic trap singles. The package is rounded out with “OWM”, a scintillating future-soul arrangement that once again proves GITCHII’s versatility.
Fresh off his groundbreaking Dim Mak EP “Visions,” Jersey Club pioneer R3LL calls on five heavy-hitting producers to deliver a booming remix package. Sinden and Taiki Nulight deliver adrenaline-fueled remixes touching on house and breakbeat, while Nightwave offers a hyper bassline variation. MERCE and GITCHII add melodic trapped out interpretations, each paying homage to R3LL as he continues to smash the electronic mold.