1/ Trouble Gum: To Many Parameters:
.Is it possible to get a coherent result when you use 5 different synths,
each with a dozen of articulations,
and some filtered 70s disco samples on top of it ? well, apparently.
Troublegum's Too Many Parameters (hence the name)
layers strong pumpy subs with screaming
and growling basses but doesn't forget funkyness
2/ Trouble Gum: Memories of Rotterdam
"filthy hybridation of dubstep and gabber (!!!) memories of rotterdam wakes up the robotic raver
inside you with its ternary rythm, hardcore kicks and aggressive synths.
having ingested all these energy drinks of various fluorescent colors was indeed a good idea. "
3/Bone Machine: Danzere
There are 2 types of EDM producers.
The ones who aren't instrumentalists in the first place, and the ones who are.
Bone Machine is definitely of the 2nd kind and you can feel it in his tracks:
A totally different level of grooviness,
way more hypnotic than your average electrohouse track.
Danzere is one of his finest works : Progressive structure,
mesmerizing bassline, cutting-edge synths.
4/ Pzyon: Tomorrowland
When trying to answer to the question "What comes after dubstep?"
Some answer stupid stuff such as "progressive trance will come back"
and some bet on a better horse.
Pzyon definitely invests in the future with his glitch hop track Tomorrowland :
Organic basses, solid drums exploding on impact, and oldschool vocal loops.
This product was added to our catalog on Friday 27 July, 2012.