It’s not often we feature Leftfield Bass on Beatradar, but the more delightful it is when I do get the chance to throw a pair of bass monsters at ya. And these two are wild. Continue reading The Bass Monsters #6
Every now and then I stumble across tracks that doesn’t really fit into any of our regular columns, but they are too cool to dismiss. Here’s two of that kind: One bass monster, and one charmer of a track that holds every genre in existence. Almost. Continue reading And now, for something completely different
USA saved the day when we felt an urge to revisit the wonderful, wicked world of the Bass Monsters. Continue reading The Bass Monsters #5
We’re staying in North America for this session of Bass Monsters. Time to worship the slow paced bass and massive contrasts! Continue reading The Bass Monsters! #3
Leftfield Bass is a relatively new genre for us, and oh boy what a fantastic experience it is. Here’s two slow monsters to embrace in all their ugly monsterness.
These basses are so organically mechanical that they become vocal. Take a listen! Continue reading Bass Monsters!
Another deep dive into the gorgeous world discovered at the outer brims of electronica.
And one of the most rewarding things for me personally when exploring these neck of woods, are when extraordinary sound design is unveiled. Here’s three exceptional examples of that kind. Continue reading The Electronica Outskirts #13
My latest passion when it comes to genres is Leftfield Bass. Dark, chunky blobs of bass that drowns itself in insane low frequency madness.
Here’s a couple of fresh releases taken from the “Leftfield Bass” crate. Continue reading The Bass Monsters #2
I’m expanding the scope of this blog again! This time to also embrace “leftfield bass”, a genre that is characterised by a very low tempo and – yes you guessed it – bass. Lots and lots of big, fat, swirling, wobbling, massive and slamming BASS. Continue reading The Bass Monsters
Of all the genres I cover on this blog, darkness seem to be a recurring component. I like it dark, futuristic, dystopian.
Here’s four of the more experimental kind that all falls under the above description. Continue reading The Electronica Outskirts #7