Welcome back to another week of Pariah Plays! This selection showcases 5 experimental sounds that provide a dark contrast to the typical Yuletide atmosphere and a great way for bassheads and audiophiles to kick off the holiday weekend. Merry Christmas and get ready to enjoy Vol. 009!
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1. Slum Village – Fall In Love (Moody Good Remix)
Moody Good is quickly becoming one of the most intriguing up and coming electronic artists of the decade. Making sure to carry on the iconic style of his former duo project 16bit, Moody Good does an excellent job highlighting the darker side of dubstep while introducing some eerie, offbeat undertones that make his sound one of a kind.
2. Aziz The Shake – Hot Box (DJ EDIT) [Prod. by Teeko, Decap & Jerremy Laesser)
This track is something truly wonderful. Decap’s heavy kicks are blended perfectly alongside Teeko’s choppy fl0w and Jerremy Laesser’s energetic style to offer listeners what can only be described as a collective work of art. The second half of the song makes sure to bring out the lyrical talent of Aziz The Shake as well, giving us everything we could possibly ask for.
3. X&G – Whiplash ft. Josh Pan (um.. Remix)
In what is possibly the darkest and most unique track on the list, powerhouse duo um.. (pronounced “um”) gifts our eardrums with the flawless combination of smooth jazz, soft vocals, and earth shattering bass in what just might be the craziest remix of year. Their take on X&G’s track whiplash is one of wonders and respectfully earns a place on this weeks volume of Pariah Plays.
Talk about a switch up! Rising LA based producer Murphy has taken little to no time to achieve recognition for his superior talent. His recent release Switch Up became the result of transforming what was originally going to be a VIP to his previous track titled Headache into a multigenre masterpiece.
5. ESQ & The Khan Don – Brain Melt
Brain Melt might just be an understatement when it comes to this Pariah Play. ESQ and The Khan Don are a couple of hard hitting bass producers that have pushed the meaning of music to new heights. Whether it be their complex sound engineering, or grimy production styles, these guys never fail to impress our ears.
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