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BASSTOPIA: Top Bass and Dubstep Bangers of the Week


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“Dream Sequence”

IMANU x The Glitch Mob

IMANU, the rising enigmatic maestro has collaborated with legendary American electronic music trio, The Glitch Mob, to produce their newest, captivating single “Dream Sequence”. The Glitch Mob‘s signature sound is instantly recognizable as the track protrudes precisely programmed glitched-out beats, ethereal synths, and powerful basslines that intertwine seamlessly with IMANU’s complex rhythms and futuristic textures, creating a hypnotic and immersive listening experience.


“Mind Pluck”

Subtronics x HOL!

Subtronics, who was just crowned DJMag’s North American “Best DJ of the Year”, unites with bass powerhouse, HOL!, known for the viral track the took over Coachella, “Country Riddim”, to produce a instant bass classic, “Mind Pluck”. Together, their fusion on “Mind Pluck” creates a potent mix of heavy basslines, intricate sound design, and adrenaline-pumping drops, pushing the boundaries of bass music even further with each bar that passes.


“No Fear”

DIESEL x Jessica Audiffred x Shaquille O’Neal

International bass superstar and former NBA great, Shaquille O’Neal, known to the EDM community as DIESEL, collaborates with Mexico’s next up and coming bass producer, Jessica Audiffred, to create “No Fear”. With Shaq’s commanding vocals inciting riots upon every drop, the duo perfectly combines heavy dubstep into hardstyle drum and bass rhythms throughout the track. As the lyrics state, this track will make listeners want to put their “hands up” and “rage all night!”


“Heat Damage”

Space Wizard x YDG

Currently on his Cosmic Voyage Tour, Space Wizard drops a much anticipated collaboration with underground dubstep producer YDG titled “Heat Damage”. The track begins with an ethereal and atmospheric introduction, unfolding into a composition of Space Wizard’s celestial melodies. With intensity building, YDG‘s signature rawness takes center stage, unleashing an onslaught of bass that rattles the very foundation of the track. The dynamic interplay between ethereal elements and earth-shaking drops creates a mesmerizing contrast, keeping the listener engaged and immersed in the cosmic experience.



Calcium, the bass music titan, has once again pushed the boundaries of the genre with his electrifying EP titled “DOA.” With a reputation for crafting bone-rattling tracks and dominating the dubstep scene, Calcium‘s latest release is a menacing audio assault that leaves a lasting impact on his audience, while setting new standards for bass-heavy productions. Enlisting some of the hottest names in the electronic music scene, listeners can look forward to collaborations with Tvbuu, Stoned Level, and ADAM ON EARTH, giving the EP a diverse sound throughout its entirety.

“Big Boss” (Gladez Remix)

Doctor P

Hailing from the United States, Gladez has swiftly risen through the ranks of the electronic music scene, impressing fans and fellow producers with his innovative sound design and genre-blending skills. In his remix of “Big Boss,” Gladez fearlessly takes on the challenge of reimagining a track produced by legendary producer, Doctor P. Right from the start, Gladez sets the stage with a haunting introduction. As the track progresses, Gladez‘s signature style shines through, combining intoxicating synths with catchy basslines that keep the energy building until it reaches a heart-stopping drop that is undeniably his own.

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BASSTOPIA: Top Bass and Dubstep Bangers of the Week

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