Posts tagged "Artist Interview"
*Artist Interview* X5IGHT

*Artist Interview* X5IGHT

Not long ago, I had the pleasure of interviewing a newer duo that calls themselves X5IGHT. Brandon and Jerry of X5IGHT snagged the opportunity to play an early set at SnowGlobe and share some of their electro and progressive house with the audience. These two dudes are no joke, and being only 19 and 20...
*Artist Interview* Damaged Goods

*Artist Interview* Damaged Goods

What did it take to become a Resident DJ at Mansion Nightclub? Can you tell us about your journey and how you landed this residency? Damaged Goods: Well i guess it was kind of weird how i got here, me and a couple of my buddies were doing this crazy electro party back in the day at...
*Artist Interview* Trevor Kelly

*Artist Interview* Trevor Kelly

Out early September on Street Ritual, Trevor Kelly brought us his full length original album One Fowty Fo’. It transverses through bass music genres of glitch, juke, future bass, trap, and more as it moves up in bpm throughout the album starting at 140. Hailing from San Diego and The O.C. and now living in...
*Artist Interview* An-Ten-Nae

*Artist Interview* An-Ten-Nae

An-Ten-Nae brings us his acid crunk remix of ‘Warriors Tongue’ off Masia One’s Bootleg Culture Remixed EP. The EP also features tracks remixed by .illGates, Kraddy and much more as you hear Masia One flow across Bootleg Culture. Muti Music sends us another great bass adventure through her remixed work. Check out our interview with...
*Artist Interview* Hook N Sling

*Artist Interview* Hook N Sling

What do Swedish House Mafia, Tiësto, Guetta, Kaskade, Oakenfold & Morillo have in common? They all love private jets and Hook N Sling. There is no denying that the eyes and ears of the world’s dance music fraternity are focused firmly on Hook N Sling in 2012. In just a few short years the man...
*Artist Interview* Duffrey

*Artist Interview* Duffrey

Duffrey’s debut EP from Street Ritual will have your eyes set to the stars with Staring Into Space. If you like your glitch crusty and crunchy with some added drippiness to it then you will love exploring this EP, which is chalked full of fun bass-driven sounds. Duffrey threw down a great grounding set at Burning...
*Artist Interview* Sami

*Artist Interview* Sami

If you don’t remember Sami from our previous Artist of the Week feature then you are in for a real treat by pressing play below on her debut self-titled EP. Featuring Sami’s signature songwriting skills and produced by Troublemaker, the beautiful vocals mesh with electronic influences to bring the EP full circle with emotion and...
*Artist of the Week* Stylust Beats

*Artist of the Week* Stylust Beats

You may remember our last artist interview with Canadian bass music producer and hip-hop connoisseur Stylust Beats. Well now he is back with a vengeance with his debut album R.Y.F.S.O. all available for free on Play Me Free Records! With tracks like ‘Blotter Acid’ and ‘Baby I’m a Pro’ Stylust turns it up a notch...
*Artist Interview* Hypha

*Artist Interview* Hypha

Like hyphae that branch from fungal spores in the dirt, Hypha branches himself outward with his latest release Murmurs. This 6-track EP released on Muti Music is filled with glitch-hop and future bass goodness. The synths blend seamlessly together on this one and tracks featuring vocalists Wink and Haiku Funkplus bring another dimension to Hypha’s...
*Artist of the Week*  LiMB LiFTR

*Artist of the Week* LiMB LiFTR

LiMB LiFTR presents The BollyHood EP off Muti Music, filled with trap stylings and an eastern flair that will get you belly dancing to his sensual hyphy grooves. ‘Bangin’ladesh’ has 808 beats and snare with low end bass and trippy synths that take you on an adventure through forbidden lands. Not afraid to break through boundaries and...
*Artist of the Week* Hood Prism$

*Artist of the Week* Hood Prism$

Tiger Fresh and Exodub make up Hood Prism$, a dynamic duo whose West Coast sounds will have you gettin’ down to their low-end bass and 808 beats. Their latest release off Street Ritual, Light Me Up, has a gangster trap feel to it. They also bring a clean minimalist flair to the EP that keeps the...
*Artist Interview*iIl-esha

*Artist Interview*iIl-esha

ill-esha is a Canadian producer that refuses to make a production style based on fixed patterns. She uses moods and melodies to compose new pieces of sound-art like her latest release Altitude Sickness off Muti Music. After recently moving to Denver, CO, ill-esha is now exploring the wobbly and uplifting scope of things with tracks...