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Nuvertal – Show Me Love [Bassrush Premiere]

It’s pretty much a foregone conclusion that if Eatbrain commissions an EP from a relatively new artist, said artist is going to be a breakthrough ta


Unlock the “Possibility” of the ‘Power Cube’ With Current Value

The incomparable German genius known as Current Value has been exploring new venues for his releases lately, having guested on Bou’s Souped Up label


Screamarts Examines ‘The Paradox’ of Sound in New EP

Classic and new school, heavy and minimal, snares and sound design; Austrian producer Screamarts is looking at contrasts in his new EP The Paradox, ou


Teddy Killerz Fight on in the Face of ‘Critical Damage’

With things as they are in Teddy Killerz’s native Russia and the Ukraine, the trio and their Ukranian friends are still working their hardest to try


PRFCT Mandem Design a PRFCT Guest Mix Around their Latest Single

The Manchester-based duo known as PRFCT Mandem just keep getting better and better with every track, it seems, to the point where if beat envy was a t


MNDSCP Gives Us His Best ‘Gnar’ Tracks [Playlist]

Those of us who live or have lived in Southern California know that the term “gnarly” has a wealth of meanings in our vernacular. In surf culture,


We Have Some Questions For Redpill

While Redpill has been releasing tracks here and there: a solo single on Nexus Sound, a cheeky A.M.C remix on Titan, loads of appearances on annuals,


Levela Delivers a Brain-Scrambling Remix of Gydra’s ‘Hangjaw’ [Bassrush Premiere]

Gydra’s jaw-dropper of an LP, Snake Monastery, released around this time last year and it’s been in strong rotation in mixes, in clubs and at fest


Despersion – Starship [Bassrush Premiere]

Despersion has come a long way since they started releasing on SLK’s namesake label as Decent & Snapper in early 2018. The cheeky dancefloor/neu


Release Run-Down: Eatbrain’s Been Releasing With “Break”-neck Speed

Everyone pretty much agrees that 2020 has been a major bummer for bass music events the world over. Only a few small festivals took place in Eastern E