Now, on his five-track EP, yetep extravagantly engages listeners with a mystical amalgamation of ethereal bass and ambient soundscapes emboldened by heavy and melodic elements. Broken takes an intense step forward in the context of yetep’s flair for emotional and mesmeric productions. Speaking on the EP, yetep said,
“I have always admired the way that Excision’s Subsidia label brings people together, who love melodic and bass music. It was important for me to show a glimpse of melodic and heavy sounds, a side that some are really not accustomed to hearing from me. I also wanted to showcase new artists to the Subsidia family. I know it says ‘yetep’ on the artwork, but please check out all of the artists involved in this. Broken is definitely a collaborative ground of work and I’m very happy with how it turned out.”
In its slow build up to a stabilized techno-infused bassline, the Canadian powerhouse’s latest—which trails their last two album singles, “Assassin” and “Solid Gold Love“—treats fans to another progressive house orchestration. Although Sultan + Shepard indulged fans with three EPs in just 2020 alone, Something, Everything will be their first LP since 2019’s Echos of Life: Day and Echos of Life: Night. Stay tuned for Something, Everything‘s release on March 12, and stream “nCTRL” below.
A connoisseur of good vibes and eclectic electronic production, GRiZ has once again blessed listeners’ ears with a bouncy new bass cut, “Vibe Check.” GRiZ’s first release of 2021, “Vibe Check” is a funk-infused trip from start to finish. Opening with a bit of reggae and brass influence, “Vibe Check” gives way to a wonky, bouncy drop.
Bright sound design mingles with dubstep drums and saxophone shots on a single packed to the brim with good energy, as to expected from GRiZ.
Opening with Ferreck Dawn’s 30-minute stint and closing with the bigroom bass hits of W&W, all of the sets—encompassing a total of 25 hours of music—can be streamed in entirety here. Dancing Astronaut extends our warmest birthday wishes to One World Radio; here’s to another year of music.
WAVEDASH have unleashed their fourth and final album single, “Lemon Nades” featuring Noon, from their debut album, World Famous Tour. “Lemon Nades” retains the trio’s bedrock production of robust basslines and distorted rhythms, and first premiered at NGHTMRE and SLANDER‘s back-to-back set at Ultra Music Festival 2018.
The single blends mind-warping drum patterns and emphatic brass sections in what is yet another unique track from their forthcoming LP. The Texas-based trio has embraced variations of sound with recent releases such as “Dummo Loop,” “Stallions,” and “By Any Means,” all of which localize somewhere in the future bass and trap territories. Listen to “Lemon Nades” featuring Noon below.
Anton Anru has released «Undertones», a collection of 50 patches for the Moog Subharmonicon.
The sound library is supplied as a combination of downloadable illustrations and patch notes, since the Subharmonicon does not have memory and is patchable. Each patch contains notes that explain how the patch works, what parameters are worth tweaking during playback and how to develop the timbre to get new sound.
Anru notes, “If you make all the settings consciously and try the things mentioned in the notes, you will learn lots of things about the synth and discover its true depth.”
The patches include chords, sequences, basses, leads, plucks, drones, percussion and effects. Here’s the official audio demo:
00:00 Happy With Clave 01:11 Deep Stab 02:39 Attack Matters 03:49 Pumping 04:45 Tropics 05:01 Noisy Company 05:17 Super Bass 05:49 Noise Oscillator 06:27 Echoes 06:47 Mod Insanity 07:08 Stay Detuned 07:46 Under Water 09:09 Accidents 10:24 Low State 10:39 Shifting Accents 10:55 Ratchets 11:12 Progressive Chords 11:30 Electro Perc 12:18 Chiptune 12:51 Duality 14:01 Analog Clap 15:14 All Four Notes 16:59 Muddy Tones 17:53 FM Frenzy 19:00 Four Times Faster 19:59 Tempo Breaker 21:10 Massive Bass 22:26 Conquerer 23:53 Tough Rave 25:02 Guitar Riff 25:22 Chord Generator 25:32 Sublime 25:51 Rupture 26:17 Doppler’s Car 26:39 Accelerator 26:57 Huge Lead 27:17 Double D 27:33 Bandpass 27:50 Screams 28:10 Analog Drone
The year-long countdown until DJ Snake and Malaa share the stage at Bayfront Park has been reset amid Ultra’s 2021 cancellation, but there’s still a silver lining to the heartbreaking news. Following the Parisian cohorts’ Best Of Both Worlds stream and debut Secret Room go-around, the Pardon My French half disclosed a third back-to-back stream—unexpectedly, of course—and returned to the dim latter locale for another ID-laden set.
When Malaa prefaced the stream with “it’s about ID music tonight,” no one on Earth stopped to question it, considering that the duo’s previous appearances included a mountain of new music. Although nothing is 100 percent confirmed at the time of this writing, the tracklist currently points to ACRAZE as the house mastermind behind the introduction, Honey & Badger‘s attachment to the one directly after, a potential ID and Malaa-headed rework of Petit Biscuit tossed in the mix, and a handful of others.
Enjoy a half-hour of house courtesy of DJ Snake and Malaa below.