Herobust has busted yet another tune, this time with a VIP mix of his own track “Move Mint” off his Vertebreaker EP via Mad Decent. Known for his grimy trap and dubstep style, Herobust has surprised us with a bass house spin on this track.
“I don't always make bass house, but when I do, it's still #busted” – Hayden Kramer (Herobust).
Herobust’s edgy, gritty sound design continues to shine in this VIP mix, which breathes new life into the original. He switches things up with a half-time drop midway through and ends by bringing the tempo up for an energetic finale. The “Move Mint” VIP mix showcases Herobust’s versatility in production and sound design, and we can’t wait to see what else he has up his sleeves. Enjoy!
JOYRYDE has been steadily on the rise for over a year now, and rightfully so. The LA-based producer’s future house and trap-influenced signature sound is heavy and infectious, resulting in powerful tracks like “I WARE HOUSE,” “DAMN,” “Hot Drum” and many more.
JOYRYDE has truly cultivated a sound all his own, and he’s only continued to hone his craft with his most recent release, “NEW BREED” feat. Darnell Williams. The track was released this past Friday on OWSLA’s highly anticipated house compilation titled HOWSLA, and the title of the song is a perfect fit.
Although “NEW BREED” is as pulsing and high energy as all of JOYRYDE’s previous releases, the bass house track is a welcome departure from anything the producer has ever done before. A unique, high-pitched synth pattern accompanies a pounding bassline throughout the drop, giving way every once and a while for an additional well-placed synth. As for the vocals, Darnell Williams adds an unexpected spin to the track. His tone is deep and intimidating, giving the release a gritty, deviant feel that contrasts well with the sharp instrumental components.
JOYRYDE also dropped a music video for “NEW BREED” today that he wrote the story for, directed and edited all on his own. The video is also much different from JOYRYDE’s usual projects – it’s chock full of Satanic rituals, guns and intense getaways all shot in an ominous setting. The theatrical visual representation of “NEW BREED” gives the song a more holistic feel, and knowing how much of a role JOYRYDE played in its creation makes it all the more interesting.
It truly has been the week of DJ Snake. He hasn't dropped any new original music, but he's released some fire remixes of tracks off his debut album Encore. To catch you up, he's shared four free remixes of his song, "Here Comes The Night" feat. Mr. Hudson, tapping bass acts like NGHTMRE, Crankdat and more. In addition to that, he released Malaa's sick house rework of "Oh Me Oh My" feat. Travis Scott, Migos and G4SHI.
We're now graced with a filthy bass house remix of DJ Snake's "4 Life" feat. G4SHI. If you're a fan of Jauz's heavy bass cuts, this is perfect for you. Habstrakt utilizes a bouncy, grimy bassline that cuts through the mix so well, making it perfect for a festival or even a club. He seamlessly combines house and bass music on his latest and we're loving it. Check it out below and enjoy!
DJ Snake - 4 Life Ft. G4SHI (Habstrakt Remix) | Purchase
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