We are kicking off the week with a special freebie from ‘Entropy’ SuDs’ first release from Bay Area bass imprint MalLabel Music, if you like where he is coming from on ‘Dizzy’ make sure you follow the links to snatch up the rest of the EP for a small fee!
B.R.E.E.D’s influence on the contemporary future bass scene through their signature “future exotic” sound has never fallen short of exemplary, and their new single, “Canvas” is no exception. “Canvas” exhibits the chilled side of B.R.E.E.D, weaving their distinctive textures and unique beats with soulful vocal samples. Mixing this together into a sensational breakdown, the chopped samples and ethereal melodies flow into a sexy groove setting the perfect evening ambience. Another gem from Los Angeles’ compelling duo, adding yet more diversity and signature sound to their already dynamic collection. And another reason to stay tuned as we bring you the freshest in innovative sound, right here on MalLabel Music.
MalLabel Music is getting ready to lose all control while our newest artist takes us on a tripped out ride through the depths of the matrix. From Arcata, California, we are stoked to bring you this raw new premiere by SuDs.
Half of No Requests along with Keese, another MalLabel favourite, his solo project is long overdue and we are stoked to drop this diverse manifesto of labyrinthine bass all up in the house. His debut EP Entropy touches all forms of the creepily intricate and gets as deep as one can go. Setting in nice and low with that ghetto introspective shit, this collection of bassbin bumpin’ goods are set to make you lose control of mind and muscle as you freak to the psychedelic sound.
‘Planetary Adjustment’ gives you a sinking feeling as the opening track immediately drops you into the depths and ‘Dizzy’ continues your descent into madness while tripping out and hearing voices to some bouncy grime. These voices carry us through ‘A Beneficial Journey’ where the psychedelia doesn’t stop, but the Trap picks up in a bouncy little hood beat. ‘Stepping Stones’ picks it up a notch with a big room bounce and a lot more grime to carry us through the tripping fields and ‘FVCK’ gets real with some huge low end, dirty horns and creepy ass digitals… yes. Finally, the title track ends the journey with an ominous symphony of huge atmospheres and a direct connection to the other side. When you are finally ready to unplug you might want to be careful standing up.
This week MalLabel Music has a fat stack of remix styles along with a few original edits from San Francisco’s premier hybrid electronic/live band NVO.
Since 2010, NVO has been shredding the scene with a relentless assault of guitar, bass, drums, synthesizers and whatever else they find to record the funk out of. The trio takes the organic path to the creation of their grooves before completely dissecting and reconstructing it all with the freshest tech pushing the electronic movement further into the future. The resulting fusion of bass heavy rock, sci-fi funk and rave-hop epitomizes the NVO sound as they strive to rock you into space with a high energy live performance so out of this world you better catch it when you can.
Their new single, Astral Revelation comes complete with a separate Deep mix and a 12 inch edit of this housey gem on it’s own, but adds 4 remixers to fit any mood. My Pet Monster adds some Mid-Tempo fiya with a stompin’ flood of chunky bass while OG Krush picks it way up with a sly Jungle Footwork rinse out. Nym Brings us a deep introspective groove with a slow progressive build into a rollin’, techy jam and finally Anoctave drops the Electro House treatment on it reminding us what made the genre great; big bass and all the feels. A journey for the soul, in whatever attitude suits your mood.
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