By: Mitchell Treend
Saturate Records has become an institution among the bass music community. They constantly produce some of the most forward-thinking, experimental sounds from producers all across the globe. Next on their big list of serious business is a brand new collab from Pacific Patterns and Wolfkin.
After featuring a previous collab from Chris Petersen AKA Pacific Patterns, we knew it was only a matter of time before things started kicking off in a big way. Wolfkin is Portland, Oregon-based producer Joshua Vallejos. His prowess in the studio is more than evident through this latest collaboration. Connecting through the underground club scene in PDX these two have stumbled on the formula for bigger success in the near future.
“Upside Down” emanates a confident flair, pushing crisp 808’s through the wonky pop of some distant future’s malfunctioning machines. Things culminate in a grit-laced wave of cracking rim shots and uptempo sub wobbles; the perfect auditory exemplification of what Saturate has always been about.
Wolfkin and Pacific Patterns are two names to keep your eye on in the next year. Keep your eyes peeled for more new music from each of them and check the link to listen and download “Upside Down” today.
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