Fundamental Frequencies is a mix series revolving around key tracks in my library. The mixes showcase what I've been feeling musically at the time. This is the fourth instalment and focuses on grime, dubstep, drum and bass, future bass, and some weird trap music. I've featured a few of my own unreleased tracks in this mix that will be coming out fairly soon.
Half Normal is a new project recently launched with a debut mix put out through The Noctilux Collective as part of their mix series. One part Bambooloo, one part Method Sound; Half Normal focuses on intelligent, downtempo, bass heavy production. The mix features 50 minutes of completely original, unreleased content.
The Full Moon EP consists of a pair of tracks that have been sitting in the vault for quite a time. These two songs push a minimalist, low frequency driven vibe, bringing focus to developing percussion and effects throughout. This is the first of a succession of free releases coming up.
I don't care what anyone says, the production value in the original version of Jack Ü's Where Are Ü Now with Justin Bieber is fantastic. The vocal processing is so well done, the hook is catchy, and the drums sound amazing as usual with Skrillex being involved. Not everyone is a fan of this trio but, ego's aside, you just can't deny that they did something right with this track. It inspired me to find an acapella and redo it with a deeper, more laid back expression to it. I hope you enjoy listening as much as I did creating.
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Both Wolf Camo and Sanctuary have been moving the Calgary bass music scene forward with relentless force as of late, and the Laid Off EP shows a coming of age in the two young producers. Two remixes of the collaborative track, Coastin', feature well mixed, stripped back sounds from Metafloor and intricate sound design aspects from Bambooloo that take the late night anthem to astounding new places.
Download the entire EP for free from the Noctilux Collective site
The three tracks featured on this EP are an exploration of a new sound and style for Bambooloo. Formerly creating more house and funk oriented tracks, this is a transitional release, moving forward into unexplored terrain fuelled by creativity and experimentation. All three songs feature complex percussive polyrhythms, evolving synth patterns, and weighted, low-end frequency content that makes a proper sound system sweat, leaving crowds engulfed by his creations.
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