Review: Having slayed us with a whole slew of dispatches in the last year or so on the likes of Unchained and Vandal, not to mention his own fine line of self releases, HOST now comes correct on Sherelle's firebrand Hooversound label. Dedicated to the rave, it's another deadly body blow... 'Survive' sums up the angst of the time with its warped 808 cascades, '3D Passive' takes foundation elements like the pitched up vocal, skippy breaks and scuffy, gruff production to 2020's dark standards and Om Unit seals the deal with an exemplary remix. Hoover this one up quick sharp.
Bassnectar & Kang - "Dubuasca" (2015 version) (3:28)
Bassnectar & Sayr - "Enter The Chamber" (2015 version) (5:59)
Review: Marking five years since the release of his 10th studio album, long-haired US bass-fusioneer Lorin Ashton reissues 'Into The Sun' for the first time since its limited vinyl release back in 2015. Released during a peak time of pretty garish EDM, this was a breath of fresh air and took Bassnectar (and his legions of fans) back to that dreamy, emotional, heavily atmospheric state of breaks. Complete with collaborations with the likes of Sayr, Kang and Louis Futon and remixes of bands such as The Naked & Famous and Wintergatan, it's stood the test of the last five turbulent years incredibly well.