West Canada based DJ & producer Stickybuds is back at it again with a fresh new release on one of the freshest Canadian record labels, Westwood Recordings. This hard hitting funky midtempo track will get you on your feet. Stream the track below and if you dig it, then go out and support this artist.
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Stickybuds who just finished his Summer tour back in August, also recently released his annual Shambhala Mix from the legendary Fractal Forest. Stickybud’s Shambhala mixes are always well thought out and well put together. The 2019 edition of this does not disappoint either. It crosses many different genres including house, drum n bass, glitch hop, mid tempo & more. Take a listen to this mix below.
Western Canadian based DJ & producer Stickybuds released “Do Your Thing today” for free to all of his fans. It is his tribute to the great James Brown, Tommy Stewart, and the Fractal Forest at Shambhala Music Festival, his home where he is known to play every year. You might know this track if you have listened to Stickybud’s 2017 Shambhala Music Festival Mix.
This track is comprised of a ton of samples, his own production, and a toasting from the great Mr. Williamz. Its a great funky glitch hop track that is absolutely terrific. You can get your copy below!
Stickybuds dropped his latest release on Westwood Recordings featuring Jamaican recording artist Blackout Ja. The track titled “The Firestarter” is a killer drum n bass track that will have you moving to the beat. If you love ragga jungle, then this track is right up your alley. It is a track off his upcoming album “Take a Stand” coming out this month.
“Its loud, it brings destruction, its a “Fire Starter.” A new dnb roller with the one and only Blackout Ja.”
Stickybuds, known for bumping beats, but also known for the messages behind his music.
“Fire Starter is about our world’s never ending wars, fueled by greed, power and corruption. “The Fire starter” drops bombs to fuel our governments, the Military-Industrial Complex and the energy conglomerates; enriching the few, bringing despair to the many.”
If you dig this track then show some support!