Space Laces


Space Laces Switches Things Up On Hard-Hitting Bass House Single “Kaiju”

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If you’ve been keeping up with bass music, you definitely know that Space Laces has been absolutely killing it in the dubstep world lately (think “Throwin’ Elbows”). From hard-hitting tracks like “Bugbass” to insane collabs with Snails and Excision, today the Louisville-based producer has impressed us yet again with a brand new single, titled, “Kaiju”.

As the word Kaiju refers to monsters from ancient Japanese legend (or contemporarily, the movie Pacific Rim), this latest bass-monstrosity couldn’t have been given a more appropriate name. It seems Space Laces has switched things up a bit with his sound though, as characterized by shrill, metallic screeches, abrasive growls and pulsing bass over a 4/4 kick, the first half of the track has a distinctive bass-house vibe to it. Although anecdotally Space Laces comes off as comical and sometimes seems like a 3D personification of a meme, in listening to the tracks outro...we’re happy to see that nothing’s changed. Check out “Kaiju” below and enjoy!

Space Laces - Kaiju

Excision & Space Laces Drop Monstrous New Collaboration “Rumble”

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Excision and Space Laces!? This is just the collaboration we wanted to hear for a minute and now the time has come. After the ID has been teased for some time it’s finally here and called “Rumble,” and will certainly make any speaker system rumble. The bass maestro’s proved to be a perfect match on this new song that pairs some worldy influences with their other-worldly sound design and stuttering drops that will shake you to the core. This one should be played at high volume…enjoy!

Excision & Space Laces - Rumble 

Getter & Virtual Riot Drop Extra Heavy Remix Of Excision & Space Laces' "Throwin' Elbows"

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Getter and Virtual Riot just dropped an absolutely filthy remix of Excision and Space Laces’ track “Throwin’ Elbows,” giving the dubstep banger an even heavier vibe. In addition to his recent work as Terror Reid, Getter has released his hip-hop tune “Bury Me” as well as a VIP mix of his track “Inhalant Abuse,” all within the span of a week. Similarly, Virtual Riot was recently featured on Dubloadz’s new album and also just dropped a collaboration with 12th Planet and Luberjvck titled “Sooo Sick.” Both artists are keeping the momentum strong with today’s collaboration.

Getter and Virtual Riot’s remix of “Throwin’ Elbows” uses the metal guitar progression and “Give me some room” vocals from the original. It then drops with blasting bass and metallic wobbles before building up to another breakdown complete with melodic synth leads and rising laser sounds. Finally, the collaborators come back full force for a third drop, this time incorporating a hybrid bass vibe, with trap 808s and percussion and whooshing dubstep synths and samples. 

Getter and Virtual Riot go all out on their monster of a remix for Excision and Space Laces’ “Throwin’ Elbows,” with a track all bassheads can get behind. This remix is one of many to be featured on Excision’s upcoming Virus the Remixes album, which will be out September 12. Check the track out now below and enjoy!

Excision & Space Laces - Throwin' Elbows (Getter & Virtual Riot Remix) 

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