Willy Whompa’s laconic tenure in the DJ/production scene remains a well-kept secret. Hitting heavy from the gate, he fuses together a musical dialogue composed of originally produced glitchy mid-tempo purple goodness and hard hitting dubstep driven by heavily melodic ass-shaking basslines. This fresh-faced kid is sure to drop some visceral beats appealing to the eclectic eardrum.
“I make above average purple bass music for people on drug to wiggle around to.” – Willy Whompa
The original mix is like being inside a world of playful toy robots and pixelated objects that then go on to teach you a thing or two.
Some of our favorite producers right now the take those sounds to varied heights and other unusual places and through a myriad of contemporary and emerging genres that make this EP a very pleasant listen. We’re stoked that +Verb found his way to us.
“Giant robot laser battles; tender mechanized love-making; the blinking blips and bleeps of artificial intelligence communications: these are the computerized moods that will wash over you in the most calculated of ways.”
+verb (pronounced “Adverb” by humans) is a new blog favorite in the genre of bass. Recently featured on Soundcloud’s “What’s Hot” list for a collaboration with Stephan Jacobs, the world is anxiously preparing for an invasion of his robotic army.
With forthcoming releases on Vermin Street and Simplify Recordings and hot on the heals of his recent EP on Car Crash Set and a stellar remix of Starkey on Civil Music, +Verb now delivers a melodic glitched out chill track ‘Cough’ which then get’s remixed by some of the hottest folks in the ‘glitch’ scene right now.
Los Angeles based producer Stephan Jacobs has been deﬁning his position in the Dubstep and Glitch realms with a particularly strong US west coast take on the genres. Sugarpill is also no newcomer to the realms of Glitch with a recent slamming release ‘Flow Goggles’ out on Mochipets’ Daly City Records as well as doing an ofﬁcial remix of Mochipet - Complex Players Dub for them.
They combine forces on Level Attack to deliver a hard hitting synth driven track that hits hard for a danceﬂoor. Adding vocalist Naada to the mix is the spice on the pudding, her vocals hit hard with a strong hook and you’ll ﬁnd yourself believing, “You’re never going to tap that ...” so you may as well keep dancing.
Level Attack includes remixes by some of the top and emerging artists in Dubstep and Glitch, Samples makes an appearance on Muti once again with an absolute slamming dubstep mix, as does Great Scott who throws down just the breaks mix that it needed. Willie Whompa and Goodie offer a deeper take that could give ‘The Glitch Mob’ a good nod, +verb takes it even glitchier and ChrisB closes out with a sound very reminiscent of some Mimosa tunes.