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Let’s Get Tropical.

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On this week’s feature, We dive deep into the depths of the dankest dope available to bring you that heavy saturation of Tropical/Global Bass You love to hear.

To kick things off, DJ Prez One brings out the big guns on his latest, a 100 BPM tropical rager, guaranteed to hype out your party.  Phatty sub bass, Dembows, AND COWBELLS.

AND STRAIGHT TO MELBOURNE.  Matt Watkins just threw a whole can of Melbourne Bounce music at your face.  What you gonna do?  BOUNCE.  There is no other option, because this remix goes in too hard not to move to.

And wait…Moombahton/Baile Funk crossovers?  WAT.  They’re so well done, and so tough to not move to.  Zee Reach has definitely been on the Moombahton game for a minnit, and his latest offering shows all that hard work paying off.  Side note…We’re stoked to see him producing Baile Funk.

Few Producers in this world can hold a candle to the way David Heartbreak makes Dub.  Like…Very few.  Take a listen and find out for yourself why this man is a the cutting edge of all things underground.  In this case especially, Future Reggae Dub (with a light step on it).

Got time for one more..?

With songs like this dropping, how could you not?

For the grand finale, we bring you an absolute bomber beat from the man himself, DJ Shadow on a team up with Salva that goes in Hard.  So hard we can’t even classify it.  Whatever it is, it’s future, tropical, and ready to make your ass drop to the floor at any given moment throughout.  It’s crazy progressive, and would make even the “DAMN, SON!” guy say “DAMN, SON, WHERE’D YA FIND THIS?!”

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MIAMI MADE BASS GOD KILLS BOILER ROOM FREAKS IN BERLIN

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Straight to the point; Otto Von Schirach just destroyed a whole cave full of Dragons, Knights, Illuminati Bronies, and Masked Princesses.

 

That’s right, even the princesses.  His first few mixes are trippy, and lead you into the performance, preparing you for some straight freakiness.

He proceeds to warn the crowd they’re about to travel to parts unknown, glitching out the vocals hard, and blending them seamlessly with the tracks.

Like only true Masters of Ceremonies can.  Live vocals during this whole performance make the whole thing so much more entertaining to watch, it’s hard to even look away from.

Did we mention the cameo from the one eyed Screamo Crow?

There are so many different aspects to this performance, you can tell a lot of love went into creating it.  It’s more than a DJ set, it’s an art piece.  The music, the vibe, the hype…all timeless.

And Wait…What?

23 Minutes in he goes complete caveman, bringing the listener/viewer/party straight back to the time of the Dinosaurs, with an absolutely huge Moombahcore slammer, and again back to that oldschool hip hop/bass vibe for a sec…Right before he starts rapping in Spanish over it?

Oh.  I see what he did there.

It was a set up!

Pretty sure no one expected him to blend into Tropical Bass.

This set is full of surprises.

My heart goes out to the booties of the dancers the next morning, because Otto goes hard.  Like…Real Hard.

A lot of the time, he’s not beat matching, but no one cares.  This man is a rock God.  More than that, he is a certified Miami made Bass God.

How the Hell did he just switch over to playing trap?  Wait, is that another Breakbeat?  No, wait…it’s…Proto Jungle?

Booty breaks?

Boiler Room’s write up was right when they called it “…a universal brain-cue from the Bermuda Triangle straight to Berlin… it’s Otto Von Schirach opening port-holes in Boiler Room and out to the universe.”

Breakcore?!

Shit.  Yours.  Don’t lose it.  The next couple of blends are some scary Gabber-esque Breakcore that could cause a lung to implode, given the right set of conditions, but don’t worry.  He gets back to the Miami Bass soon.

You’ve done enough brain work for now, though.  It’s time to stop reading.  Press play, strap yourself in, and prepare yourself for a freaky journey through bass, Otto Von Schirach style.

And if your craving this in your stereo, the whole thing is available to download, free of charge via Boiler Room’s official website.