After a Short Break, Buku is Back With Bass Heavy Single “Align”

Alright, we had a quick break from Buku and are reconnecting in just the right amount of time. This rising bass head star is back with “Align”, yet another bass heavy track that will soon make its way into Buku’s repertoire. Buku has been slowly becoming acquainted with the modern audience, having received praise from legendary producer Bassnectar and moderate success from previous releases. This has also allowed him to travel all around the world, with just coming off an Australian tour and moving along to a North American tour through July. Make sure you catch Buku this summer at both Sunset Music Festival and Something Wonderful.

As for “Align”, it seems that the stars have aligned in Buku’s favor. “Align” is only the second recent release to feature Buku’s own vocal work and when combined with the driving bass line and distorted synths it becomes an absolute dance floor smasher. After spending plenty of time in the studio, Buku was able to use modern technology to completely transform his own voice into that of a mystical siren. These vocals add a rather intriguing ethereal layer to the track, elevating it yet another time.

“With “Align,” I set out to create a tune with a trance-anthem type atmosphere. I had so much fun with creating the “Front to Back” vocals, that I decided to incorporate the same studio techniques/tricks on my own voice. Not only is it super fun and strange to execute, I think I created a tune that you can throw your hands up and belt out at the rave.” – Buku

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Get Ready To Bang Your Head With Buku’s “We Go”

Just weeks after releasing his latest track “Comic Boy”, Buku is already back at it again with another adrenaline-rush of a track. Buku has been slowly becoming acquainted with the modern audience, having received praise from legendary producer Bassnectar and moderate success from previous releases. This has also allowed him to travel all around the world, with just coming off an Australian tour and moving along to a North American tour through July. Make sure you catch Buku this summer at both Sunset Music Festival and Something Wonderful.

Moving on to the track, Buku comes back to us with another bass-head track. Fulfilling his love of both drums and bass, “We Go” features Buku’s signature style of working that anticipation until it explodes in a flurry of bass fury. This hard hitting bass line will easily get your party started, while simultaneously working both your body and mind into a frenzy on the dance floor. Keep it up Buku, you never fail us with your party-starting tracks.

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Artists Do Listen to Fans, Independent Producer Buku Creates “Comic Boy” For a Fan

You always have to admire artists/producers who actually listen to/give a shit about their fans. Here at Mir, we appreciate that in a producer, so this story we couldn’t just pass up. We are here with independent artist Buku’s latest release “Comic Boy”. The track, which showcases much of Buku’s bass heavy style, was created by a rather odd request. One of Buku’s young fans wrote to him and asked him to create “Comic Boy” for him. It sparked so much joy that Buku had to do it. You can check out the original letter over here on Imgur.

While the world isn’t too familiar with Buku, they are quickly warming up to him with his recent successes. “Comic Boy” really does showcase both of the features that his army of bass heads have come to know and love. Do you need to make a bass heavy track? Draw some inspiration from machines as well as the supersonic, while even working in a bit of chiptune while you are at it. The final product will be something so amazing that you won’t be able to help yourself and play over and over.

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