HOWLS – “OO3″ (Ft. ESTA) : Ta-ku and Kit-Pop Project Drops Trap / Future Bass Banger

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The emerging side project HOWLS from Australian producers Ta-ku and Kit-Pop has really hit the ground running without any sign of letting up. This new extension from Ta-ku to produce trap minded songs differs from his groundbreaking downtempo / chill bass begins and brings excitement with each release.They recently combined forces with fellow beat-maker ESTA for release "003” that flexes the future bass spectrum hard from bringing to end. It’s as if the trio went deep into the beat kitchen to cook up this fierce array of snare snaps and trap synths.  Stream the track below and grab a free download as well. Don't miss the previously feature "001", and also "002" included below for listening pleasure. Enjoy

HOWLS ft. ESTA - 003

HOWLS – 002

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