Bass Head Buku is Back With “Control”, Now With More Lasers!

About time, we have been waiting for our official alien invasion producer to come back with some new music. In this midweek bump, we have Buku’s latest “let’s take out the aliens” track “Control”. 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. One of his more recent tracks, “Ready 4”, even made it onto the soundtrack of Madden ’18! Hopefully, the Madden curse won’t affect Buku that much.

Just like the rest of Buku’s work, “Control” puts us on an alien planet and prepares us to do battle with a hostile alien race. With synths that are almost pure machine-like and effects inspired by lasers straight out of science fiction, it won’t be surprising to see “Control” on plenty of gamers’ playlists. Just wait for that sinister bassline to take you hold and be whisked onto a wild adventure.  While we loosely believe that our words will sway you, perhaps Buku’s will instead.

“Oddly enough, the track wasn’t inspired by anything particularly malevolent. “I actually was doing yard work one day, and the idea for the main drop popped into my head,” he said. “I ran inside and wrote down a few notes, and it was the first time I’ve ever adhered 100% to the pre-production plan.” – Buku

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How Did We End Up in This Lounge? Fabrikate’s “Your Grooves”

Who is ready to Fabrikate a good time? Today we have just that track you’re looking for from our Canadian friends Fabrikate, who bring us their latest release “Your Grooves”. By no means a household name, Fabrikate exploded on the scene after garnering success from Shazam for the remix of The Weeknd’s “The Hills”, Fabrikate is continuing on their trail of success with the release of the last album “Bodies”, which gained millions of streams and even support from major powerhouse Diplo. Clearly, this duo is doing something right.

Alright, this track is another one to add to the experimental nostalgic production catalog. “Your Grooves” opens with a dark lounge feel, right from the very first beat, and already sets the tone for the rest of the track.  While it may sound like this is straight from vinyl, Fabrikate’s modern synth work and super percussion push it into the modern era. To give it even more of a seedy nostalgic lounge theme, Fabrikate even includes some sultry vocal work and the smooth sounds of the sax to wrap the package up in a nice little bow.

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Dirty Audio is on Fire! He’s a “Firewalker”.

As you can tell, Dirty has had a rather busy first half of 2017, putting out release after solid release. Today we have the latest addition to Dirty’s catalog, with the heavy banger that is “Firewalker”. The track is just the latest in Dirty Audio’s impressive list including: “Alien Cookies”,  “Used to Have It All”. “Ocho Cinco”, and “Roller Coaster”. While he has been busy with new tracks, Dirty also released a new sample pack via Splice. Plenty of sample work for your own tracks in the making. Sounds like being too busy right? Well on top of that Dirty even toured in Australia.

While “Firewalker” is definitely a fantastic track, but it isn’t for everyone. Are you a serious bass head? Then feel free to press play. “Firewalker” is influenced quite a bit by modern hip-hop, yet with all of the amazing drops that we blow your brains out with bass. “Firewalker” will gear you up for a night to run the city, crush the gym, or even kill it in the boardroom. But we feel that Dirty describes it best:

Firewalker = fire + skywalker… A combination of hip-hop flutes organs and drums, mixed with trap and dubstep to create a hybrid monster.” – Dirty Audio

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