Bass Station
Bass Station | Volume 7

Bass Station | Volume 7

  Because our sub woofers deserve it. Valentino Khan Quick out of the gates with the bass and hard beat,¬†Valentino Khan¬†kills it with this remix. One could venture so far as to call it trapcore; its ridiculous use of lasers that sound like gas-powered hedge mowers and a sample let you know exactly how to...
Bass Station: Volume 6

Bass Station: Volume 6

With this final day of the year I present to you some kickass bass, providing you with an excellent set of sounds to keep you company on this night of inebriation, balls dropping, and champagne popping. Savant This track is rightfully corny, but intentionally so. Sounds like the soundtrack to Donkey Kong and Banjo &...
Bass Station: Volume 5

Bass Station: Volume 5

Tonight we have some future sounding bass, a new EP from some awesome guys, and bass frequencies that make your brain scream, “DAFUQ?” Boody & Le1f The bass, the beat, the vocals, hell even the lyrics, are all out of left field. Dare I say “tribal-trap?” This sounds like the soundtrack to the batcave: visuals...
Bass Station: Volume 4

Bass Station: Volume 4

Welcome back. Alvin Risk Alvin Risk has grown into a dancefloor favorite and is no newcomer to the electronic game. He takes all the best parts of dubstep, trance, moombah and lasers and turns them into a clusterfuck of awesome. His is the kind of music that you cant really truly appreciate until you hear...
Bass Station: Volume 3

Bass Station: Volume 3

Welcome back and greetings from the East Coast. Let us give your subwoofers a run for their money. Yellow Claw I’ve only recently discovered these loud Amsterdam natives. This song caught me really off guard with its super Euro intro and synths and speed. When the rapping started in Dutch I was also thrown for...
Bass Station: Volume 2

Bass Station: Volume 2

I welcome you back with open arms and busted eardrums to your weekly Bass Station. Lets begin. HeRobust Dirty South ignorance, robots, and fat 808s: What more could one ask for? This starts off sounding like every other hip hop song you hear on the radio until it takes quite the dramatic turn into static...
Bass Station: Volume 1

Bass Station: Volume 1

Because we refuse to let the weekend end. As this is my first post I feel compelled to introduce myself. I am RMARKATRONIKA, (arr-mar-kah-tron-ih-kuh) and will henceforth be providing you with the tastiest of bass. I’m writing you all the way from The Miami-Dade [305] in hopes that your speakers are ready to get mudded....