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BASSTOPIA: Top Bass and Dubstep Bangers of the Week


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“Back Again”

Boombox Cartel

Today, Boombox Cartel released their highly anticipated single, “Back Again”. Known for their energetic and dynamic sound that blends various electronic genres, “Back Again” is a perfect combination of trap and futuristic bass, a single that is a testament to the duos unparalleled knowledge for music production.




An up and coming dubstep and bass producer, ALLEYCVT has continued to make waves within the EDM community, surprising her audience with every new release. Dropping her newest single “BACK2LIFE”, listeners can expect mesmerizing vocals leading into sound defying drops throughout, a track that would make anyone want to headbang the night away. When asked about her single, ALLEYCVT states, “What makes this song different and special to me is that this is the first song that really reflects that hard work. I still have a long way to go, but I’m proud that I keep pushing myself and never get too comfortable. I have a really good feeling about what this song is going to do!


“Downside Up” (feat. Transviolet)


DROELOE‘s latest single, “Downside Up,” presents a poignant yet uplifting narrative. The single incorporates gentle touches of soft piano and delicate ethereal vocals, conveying a sense of vulnerability and introspection throughout. As the track unfolds, its strength and determination gradually intensify, mirroring the theme of conquering challenges.


“Beyond Oblivion” EP


Hailing from Sydney, Australia, PhaseOne has redefined the boundaries of bass music, leaving an indelible mark on the genre. His latest EP, “Beyond Oblivion” creates a unique blend of intricate sound design, bone-rattling drops, and genre-defying creativity. The “Beyond Oblivion” EP has certified PhaseOne as a force to be reckoned with within the world of EDM.


“Let Them Only See Butterflies” Album


With the release of his album, “Let Them Only See Butterflies”, Grabbitz sets himself apart from other producers with his unwavering commitment to authenticity. Each track in the album is a reflection of his personal experiences and emotions, giving his music a raw, human quality that resonates deeply with his audience. From introspective lyrics to soul-stirring melodies, Grabbitz’s “Let Them Only See Butterflies” is a testament to his vulnerability and willingness to share his inner world.




The fusion of RZRKT‘s meticulous soundscapes and FREAKY‘s penchant for sonic twists forms the core of their collaborative magic in their newest track, “Damage”. Together, their collaborative efforts on “Damage” creates a sound that defies easy categorization. From the haunting melodies that slowly creep into the psyche to the heart-pounding basslines that demand attention, their single is a testament to the power of collaboration in the realm of electronic music.


Listen to the full BASSTOPIA playlist below!

BASSTOPIA: Top Bass and Dubstep Bangers of the Week

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