The vibes are high on this one, perfect for the summer days on the river, beach or wherever else you find yourself enjoying the sun.
ThisSongIsSick.com premieres Intersect and Ben Fox, In The Clouds …
The good folks over at thissongissick.com featured and premiered a tune from the latest release by Intersect & Ben Fox. All we can say is that judging by what they wrote, they seem to really get what this tune and and style of music is about, and we’re pretty sure you’ll also like the adjoining tune by Intersect & JPOD, also featured on the release.
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Intersect & JPOD drop melodic and deep Dubstep for the dancefloor
Better Days sees Intersect collaborate with a true stalwart of Canadian bass music. With countless festival appearances under his belt and an incredibly engaged fan-base to boot – it’s the man with the cape, the one known as JPOD. A sneaky vocal is intricately woven throughout the intro, charming you with its sweetness before cracking open your pineal gland on the drop, with its quirky twists and turns. This one is for the heads.
In The Clouds is a collaboration with fellow Nelsonite Ben Fox that instantly takes us into a profoundly deep-rooted space with some of the freshest ‘deep’ Dubstep sounds we’ve heard in a while. All of the whomps are in the right places, that deep sub hits the sweet spot, the melodies engage your synapses and you can comfortably ride the low end all the way to Timbuktu.
This is deep Dubstep that will work a dance floor.
Intersect are Rahj Levinson (Rahjmahal) and Scott Milne (Scot Millions) based out of Nelson BC. They reflect the emerging sounds of bass music while paying homage to the known. Sharing a love of electronic music, they have been focusing on developing their unique sound, culminating in the release of their first EP ‘Push If You Like’ in December 2014, as Intersect the duo Millions/Mahal are bringing the heat to dance floors everywhere, having played at Shambhala Music festival many years running, Bass Coast, Kamp and Unity Festival, and played with acts like Dimond Saints, The Librarian, Eprom, Sam Binga, and Gaudi, among others.
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Artwork image by: Mugwort Designs
ThisSongIsSick.com premiere of Ape Suit ‘Abounding Happiness’
The good folks over at thissongissick.com featured and premiered a tune from the latest release by Ape Suit.
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Download / Stream the EP here.
Ape Suit makes some of the headiest Dubstep and we love it !!
Ape Suit is back with some of our favorite deep heady Dubstep.
His new EP ‘Verisimilitude’ is out everywhere now.
Ape Suit has been going from strength to strength with his recent productions getting plays from the likes of RESO and also further releases on Uncomfortable Beats.
His music hits those emotional notes and sits on some incredibly deep basslines and just the right amount of melody to getting you bobbing or humming along. This new EP see’s him return to his Dubstep / 140 Bass styles for another deep trip of drippy bass, the vibe and atmosphere hanging thicker and heavier than a morning dab rip on a scorching hot day. Take the trip and we’re sure you’ll be coming back for more.