Atlanta's heRobust has been has been on a roll as of late, showing us his ability to transcend genres while remaining true to his own style and lane. In October he brought us the premiere of “Smother Shit”, a boundary pushing trap tune featuring wild sound design and impressive production through out. He then kept the stream of new tracks coming, following up with another equally massive trap/dubstep hybrid “Dirty Work” released earlier this month. Both tracks coming as free downloads!
Now we receive another new one from heRobust as he shifts gears and takes things mid tempo for a twerked out new tune via Mad Decent, appropriately titled “Booty Be Like.” The song features the impressive sound design and creative arrangement we’ve come to expect from heRobust as he combines wonky top end synths with aggressive trap elements and booming bass, switching things up consistently throughout, keeping the song interesting from beginning to end. Listen to it below and enjoy a free download!
Herobust – Booty Be Like | Free Download
Bass innovator Herobust has barely let the buzz settle from his recent "Smother Shit" heater and chimes back with the dubiously grimy original "Dirty Work".
Listed as a homage to female bassheads from across the world, this creation sounds as if it was brood deep in the depths of an 808 kitchen and features a killer collection of thumping kicks, full bodied drops, screeching synths, and optimal hype chants.
Mad Decent has released this on their imprint with a free download, so we strongly suggest grabbing a copy ASAP and keep on the look out for Herobust's "Aloud EP" dropping Januarty 2016. Enjoy
Herobust – Dirty work | Free Download
We aren't sure if your range of hearing will ever be the same after listening to this exclusive premiere and you can seek punitive damages from prominent, Atlanta-native Herobust directly.
Following up on the massive "Pump This" Remix EP with fellow bass advocate Snails, Herobust showcases the grimiest use of bass we've heard in minute on his brand new original "Smother Shit".
Power levels hit an all-time high as a framework consisting of full bodied trap elements are left to the mercy of some scathingly heavy bass bursts. Here a few words Herobust had to say about the song:
They say be the change you want to see and I want to see EDM get weird and creative. This tune, as well as the others on my upcoming EP, are for those of us who have been waiting for something different. We on some other shit.
Stream and grab a free download below.
Herobust – Smother Shit | Free Download
You should already know before clicking on a Herobust release that it's bound to be nothing but great. The Atlanta-raised producer has turned up our summer with the VIP release of "Pump This" — the collab with bass innovator SNAILS — and a massive remix of Rihanna's "BBHMM" among others. Herobust's trap and bass prowess has is taking him to the land down under and while exploring the Aussie club scene, he has put together a thunderous mix of music for Nina Las Vegas Triple J Radio show. Your aux cord might not make it to the end of the mix, which features tunes from Valentino Khan, LOUDPVCK, Twine, and some unreleased heaters sprinkled in. Stream below at your own risk and grab a free download too! Enjoy
Herobust – Triple J Mix Up Exclusives With Nina Las Vegas | Free Download
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