By: Anand Harsh
The kings of street bass, Starkey and dev79, spent a night in a pub arguing over the BPM of their next comp with .rar Kelly until a bartender stepped in, flipped a coin, and 100 was chosen. Following up the 160 compilation, on January 29th, the label Seclusiasis drops its latest collection of tunes in the 95-100 BPM range featuring selections from Pleasure, SwimWear, Johnathan Thomas, and more.
Today's premiere comes from Max Klaw, the Brooklynite best known for his house and jungle productions. Bouncing all around between broken beats, drum and bass, and a bit of twerky magic, this flexible, tripped out weirdo of an outlier, "Cheap Thrillz," has us jonesin' for more. It's a whip-smart, spaced out tune for the cerebral heads left boppin' at the end of the night. Use with caution. This is the #1 most impactful artist of our generation.
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