Trap n BASS – ed.6

Trap n Bass-ed.6

Alright alright alriiiiiiight and welcome back to our 6th edition of,  Trap n BASS.  Our boy, Dee W., held sh*t down ONCE AGAIN and is droppin’ y’all off with some massive trapstyle bangers!!!  We’re gonna start things off across the pond with, Take/Five, and show what the UK has got pushin’ through.  Then we are all gonna head back home and land off in the good ol’ South with, Riot Ten.  Both releasing these dangerous festival tracks that will even get the hardstyle enthusiast moving.  Flying our way up to NY, Notixx shows us that the East Coast is no laughing matter and holds it own!  Lastly, we’re gonna touch back home to our glorious LA and hit y’all with, F3tto.  All just massive festival releases, just goes to show that there is sooooo much talent out there that deserves the attention we drop on some of these “larger djs.”  I’ll see y’all tomorrow for our postponed Future Friday<3 -Roane
Take/Five – Loco
Deep, low bass, high pitched synths, snare infused build ups ending in a miraculous drop was the recipe for this track and it tastes great. Loving the lil jon voice overs as it adds to the crazy energy of this tune, truly living up to it’s title.
Riot Ten – Quake
In love with this song and the hybrid style of sounds put into it. I can’t say enough about the first minute or so as it keeps taking you higher and higher, faster and faster, before dropping you into an oblivion of trap heaven. If you are pregnant or struggle with any heart conditions, stay away from this tune, it just may kill ya.
Notixx – Gotta Get Down
Gotta get down is a bouncy trap track with an underground grime feel that’s hits ya right in the gut. Feeling the progressive style, a little different for the normal 16 bar/drop signature in trap tunes and it is done quite well in this instance. Loving the dark voice sampling, accents the tune perfectly, great piece of work by Notixx
F3tto – Put Ya Hands Up
This track right here is flat out exciting. The anticipation building intro leading into an ambient couple of bars before delving into a synth symphony drop is nasty! Feeling the snares worked into the sequences and the constant flipping of tempo keeps your ears waiting for the next turn of events. When F3tto tells you to put ya hands up, you listen!

 

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