Ives – Illusion EP [Street Ritual]  || Name Your Price
Bass / Electronic / Future Bass / Hip-Hop (Instrumental) / Music

Ives – Illusion EP [Street Ritual] || Name Your Price

by Kyle Taylor | Let your mind drift off into the strange audio wilderness. Whether in need of some new beats to fill free time, to help escape the monotony of a long drive, or simply to knock down speakers in the club, the solution to your woes is no doubt the new Illusion EP from Nashville producer Ives. Finding its … Continue reading

Bass / Electronic / Glitch-Hop

goldenSpiral – Dark Matter EP [Funkadelphia Recordings] | Name Your Price

by Kyle Taylor | The audio mastermind goldenSpiral returns with the new Dark Matter EP. Taking a stroll through the ever-evolving world of bass music, Adrian Palaschevsky (goldenSpiral) is far from bashful in embracing the genre’s profound depth and diversity. Further demonstrating the musical brilliance of his hometown of Philadelphia, goldenSpiral features fellow local musicians Alicia … Continue reading

Is the DJ or the Mud Making That Noise? – Infrasound Music Festival 2016 Recap
Events / News

Is the DJ or the Mud Making That Noise? – Infrasound Music Festival 2016 Recap

by Kyle Miller | Infrasound Music Festival has proven itself, yet again, to be the holy ground of bass music. With a new location being pounded on by four straight days of rain, “Infraswamp” (as it quickly came to be known as this year) became a goopy, foggy, sludge fest, which- in retrospect- perfectly accompanied the deep, … Continue reading

Gala In The Grove Artist Spotlight #7: Jade Cicada | Plus Artist Interview & Ticket Giveaway
Artist Spotlight / Interview / News

Gala In The Grove Artist Spotlight #7: Jade Cicada | Plus Artist Interview & Ticket Giveaway

by Kyle Taylor | Music genres have become seemingly unnecessary, and nearly a hindrance at times when trying to discuss the current state of not just electronic or dance, but music in general. When attempting to explain the sound of a new artist, referencing similar and familiar artists proves far more effective than attempting to pinpoint … Continue reading

Agent Zero – Mechanisms EP [Funkadelphia Recordings] | Name Your Price
Bass / Electronic / Jam/Jamtronica / Jazz/Funk / Music

Agent Zero – Mechanisms EP [Funkadelphia Recordings] | Name Your Price

by Kyle Taylor | Just in time for summer, Agent Zero is back with some new jarring rhythms to make your head spin. Starting off his new Mechanisms EP with the miniature album’s debut single, “From Stars”, released last week, Noah Selwyn (Agent Zero) immediately digs into his staple cascades of engulfing sound waves. Vocalist Spenser Michaels brings a real sense … Continue reading

Tonio Sagan – “This One (feat. DJ N.E.B. & Demse Zullo)” [Funkadelphia Exclusive Premier] | FREE DL
Bass / Electronic / Exclusives / Hip-Hop (Instrumental)

Tonio Sagan – “This One (feat. DJ N.E.B. & Demse Zullo)” [Funkadelphia Exclusive Premier] | FREE DL

Electronic music is not often equated with an output of emotion. Many of its recipients quickly find themselves lost in the loose grooves and manageable rhythms, only taking notice to the bliss released through movement of the body. However, too often we forget that those artists producing these wistful arrays of sound have their own … Continue reading

Roeschild & BiTSTER – “Find You” | FREE DL
Chiptune / Electronic / Glitch / Music

Roeschild & BiTSTER – “Find You” | FREE DL

by Kyle Taylor | Everyone needs a little something different and weird to put some spice in his or her day. Chiptune could not be a more exuberant source of that necessary peculiarity. A recent collaboration from producers Roeschild and BiTSTER, “Find You” is an assault of jaunting rhythms assembled within bubbling chiptune nostalgia. Implementing plenty of retro video game … Continue reading

X Ambassadors – “Unsteady (Scatz Remix)” | FREE DL
Bass / Dubstep/Drumstep / Electronic / Glitch / Music

X Ambassadors – “Unsteady (Scatz Remix)” | FREE DL

by Kyle Taylor | Ah, a perfect specimen- this deep and crawling new remix from Connecticut producer Scatz is exceptional proof that a bass tune does not need to be rampant with high frequency daggers of sound (not that there is anything wrong with that either) to still find effectiveness, and in this case even beauty, through minimalism. … Continue reading