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Addictedtoedm / Alba Smith

Coming from somebody who’s listened to dubstep for years, the present pattern riddim and atonal bass strains with out melody can turn out to be a bit tiresome. While some gems exist, the general coveted creativity Subscape, Roksonix, even older Flux Pavilion, has waned. Still, there are parts the outdated guard that persist; as an illustration, the bass growl.


Nato Feelz is bringing the growl to the forefront on his new monitor “Drop Back,” which facilities across the snarl. It’s fairly rattling bouncy for a dubstep tune, which means that possibly as an alternative headbanging a lot, you’ll be utilizing extra your shoulders and hips.

Even then, it’s nonetheless a fully savage tune. It opens up with a kind horror-inspired synth melody, solely compounded by the highly effective bass notes that reverberated, distorted, out of your audio system. By the time the drop hits, your hairs ought to be standing on finish.

Check out “Drop Back” by Nato Feelz beneath!

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Words by Alba Smith
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