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[PREMIERE] EPROM Shares Heavy New Single “Oskana” Off Forthcoming EP

Eprom Oskana

EPROM is showing 2017 no mercy. He’s already released two monster EPs, Pineapple and also Acid Disk with his new partner in crime, G Jones. In fact, the two are still on their massive b2b tour which goes all the way until late February of next year. Today, EPROM drops his first single from his third EP of the year, Drone Warfare

The track is titled “Oksana,” and it’s dripping wet with that heavy, distorted bass that we adore EPROM for. A wailing vocal cut loops in the background behind a concise drum beat, and the bassline does the rest. Anything with EPROM’s name on it will grab our attention, but this single goes especially hard. As with all of his releases, it is highly recommended blasting this on some speakers that can handle some serious low-end. 

“Oksana” may be less than two and a half minutes, but for that time, you’re lost in EPROM’s world of nebulous bass. Take a listen to his track right here, and be on the look out for the official release of Drone Warfare, due out on November 28th via 1985 Records. Enjoy!

EPROM - Oskana

LOUDPVCK Release First Solo Single “JUMANJI” Featuring Atlanta Rapper Reese LaFlare

Loudpvck

It’s been only two weeks since longtime trap duo LOUDPVCK decided to part ways, leaving Kenny Beats in full control of their direction, but he’s already got new music for us. The brand new track, “JUMANJI,” has much stronger hip-hop elements than their previous music, featuring Atlanta rapper and Two-9 co-founder Reese LaFlare. This direction doesn’t come as much of a surprise, considering Kenny Beats has been producing beats for rappers like Hoodrich Juan Pablo and Schoolboy Q for years. 

What’s unique about “JUMANJI” is the way it blends the new school hip-hop sound with classic LOUDPVCK trap. The track starts out with heavily distorted bass with Reese LaFlare quickly hopping on the beat. At this point it sounds like it could be a straight hip-hop banger, but before we know it, we’re sent into a high-energy build up that drops hard into diced-up vocals that is very reminiscent of early years of electronic trap. “JUMANJI” switches back and forth between these two styles before concluding with a screeching final drop that will undoubtedly start mosh pits wherever it’s played out. 

Although we’re sad to see any musical group split (e.g. Flosstradamus), it’s exciting to see LOUDPVCK on a path to what could be their new sound. Enjoy!

LOUDPVCK - JUMANJI (Ft. Reese LaFlare)

Lunice & The Alchemist Join Forces On Unexpected New EP 'Moving Parts'

Lunice Alchemist

What happens when you combine a legendary hip-hop producer with one of the most forward thinking beat makers in the industry? An unexpected, brilliant piece of art. Lunice, most popular for his solo work, along with his infamous TNGHT project with Hudson Mohawke, has joined forces The Alchemist, frequent collaborator with rappers like Joey Bada$$ and Action Bronson. The two dropped a surprise, eight-track EP today, Moving Parts, which is full of otherworldly beats. 

The two artists were set up by Dutch clothing brand Patta at the Red Bull studios to create beats for the BC One World Final, the top tier breakdancing competition in the world. The two weren’t on their own, however. “The musicians they gave us access to is ridiculous,” The Alchemist noted, “it would be unfair for us to sit here and say we’re running the show.” The Alchemist is most known for his incredible use of sampling, so his praise here speaks volumes. Add Lunice’s spacey, bass-heavy flair, and the result is a unique, new-school rendition of breakbeats.

The collaboration on Moving Parts is seamless. Neither of the two producers’ styles overtake one another at any point on the EP. At the same time, you can easily pick out who contributed what on each of the eight tracks. Whoever specifically had the idea of taking these two and sticking them together in the studio with a bunch of musicians deserves a medal. 

Who knows if Lunice and The Alchemist will come together again in the future, but for now, let’s be thankful that we’re able to feast upon this epic collaboration. Take a listen to the full Moving Parts project right here. We hope you dig it as much as we did. Enjoy!

Lunice & The Alchemist - Moving Parts

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