By: Anand Harsh
Productions were just getting too slick. It's almost as if pop music had grown a militant wing in the bass community. Drops became formulaic, and anything even slightly appearing to be mainstream was a tepid yawn. I think that's why were seeing a resurgence in classic dubstep wubs in the new crop of rising bass talent.
Enter VCTRE and Omnist. The latter is Johann Harshman, a young producer from western Canada, formerly of Groove Cartel. He's made a turn towards darker, rougher sounds with his new Omnist brand, and is teaming up with Tuscaloosa, Alabama-based VCTRE on a fully collaborative EP. The pair's first single from the studio effort is “Chemistry,” which we premiere today. The brutally wobbly bass anthem has a cheeky streak, with its Westworld samples and off-kilter rhythmic flow, but the bass is deadly serious, and strikes us right in the heart of our speakers.
We're excited about what this collab EP is going to bring. Digging the sound.
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