Posts Tagged ‘electro bass’

August 16, 2016
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Mau5trap just dropped the fifth volume of their We Are Friends compilation, and on it is this wicked sick track from French producer NEUS. I Need You is a dark visceral, metallic edged electro bass thriller featuring vocals by Sweden’s Victoria Dogan. I Need You heaves and lurches, sending intensive jolts of electricity straight through my cortex. Head over to iTunes to snag mau5trap’s latest compilation or cop each individual track on the release.

OFFICIAL VID: Benin City – Wha Gwan

October 14, 2013

During the beginning of summer this year, I discovered a trio from London named Benin City. I immediately fell for their single Faithless, which highlighted their interesting, unique, fresh blend of electronic bass and brass. I proceeded to purchase their debut album Fires In The Park. Though I can’t say I listened to the album through countless revolutions, there were indeed many good tunes on the release. Once such artsy, novel track is Wha Gwan, which is Benin City’s second single off the debut. Watch the new video for the track below, as well as the one for Faithless again if you missed it previously. There are moments in their music when Benin City reminds me of Ghostpoet, Kele, and TV on the Radio. There’s even a touch of SBTRKT in the bass at times, particularly on Faithless, less so on Wha Gwan. 

OFFICIAL VID: Benin City – Wha Gwan

October 14, 2013

During the beginning of summer this year, I discovered a trio from London named Benin City. I immediately fell for their single Faithless, which highlighted their interesting, unique, fresh blend of electronic bass and brass. I proceeded to purchase their debut album Fires In The Park. Though I can’t say I listened to the album through countless revolutions, there were indeed many good tunes on the release. Once such artsy, novel track is Wha Gwan, which is Benin City’s second single off the debut. Watch the new video for the track below, as well as the one for Faithless again if you missed it previously. There are moments in their music when Benin City reminds me of Ghostpoet, Kele, and TV on the Radio. There’s even a touch of SBTRKT in the bass at times, particularly on Faithless, less so on Wha Gwan.