Sibot – Magnet Jam EP : African Bass Music / Glitch-Hop [Jeffrees] [Free Download]

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Mad Decent and their new free¬†Jeffree’s Record Label never dissapoint. Starting with the monumental Total Recall EP from Flosstradamus they have been on a hot streak with free and paid releases easily establishing themselves as one of the most diverse labels ever created. This new Magnet Jam EP is from Sibot and packs 3 incredible songs. He is based out of Africa and has done work for Die Antwoord which somewhat will give you an idea of his funky style. The first track “Magnet Jam” is an eerie funk filled glitch heavy bass BANGER that hits in all the right places. “No Question” takes you in a completely different direction with some crazy synths and wobbles. Then the last track “Tronarist” has a unique almost 80′s dance throwback flair to it, yet with Sibot’s agressive bass packed edge. All three make for an impressive EP, and for most of us a proper introduction to what Sibot is packing. Mad Decent always coming through.¬† Please grab all three of these songs, turn them up, follow Sibot through his pages, enjoy!

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Sibot – No Question | Direct Download

Sibot – Tronarist | Direct Download

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3 Comments to “Sibot – Magnet Jam EP : African Bass Music / Glitch-Hop [Jeffrees] [Free Download]”

  • oh man, these are sick, thanks for the post (And the posts every day, or course)!

  • :D EEEE! Thanks 4 post! And we need more music!

  • the download doesn’t work somehow…

    or I am just too stupid

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