New sounds from the Swedish bass lord, Liquid Stranger!
I’m so glad to post that the amazing electronic producer is back to his roots. I talked to him briefly in orlando after his show at Bliss Ultra Lounge about a year ago and we got to talking about the heavy stuff he had been producing versus the deeper side of things that he first started out with. He explained how he loved all of the heavy Dubstep/DnB however his “true passion” lied within the deep, reggae infused music. It seems that he’s making that move back now.
This ambient slow groove reminds me of his stuff off of Intergalactic Slapstick except slowed down quite a bit. This guy’s production is so full. He truly paints a picture with all of the rainforest like noise, meanwhile having an awesome song on top of it. Check the new Liquid stranger titled “Sorb”, it’ll have you in a nice chilled state. Massive ups to Liquid Stranger as always!
Go and grab the track or even the whole interchill compilation here
It is with much pleasure that I proudly announce the release of Ganjaology’s first EP, entitled…
Spine Waves EP
Featuring Ohio’s own dance floor killa – DJ Self Help – along with Orlando’s hottest young dubstep duo – Banditz – this release is sure to put some energy in your spine. Transcending genre labels, the Spine Waves EP is a unique blend of beautifully crafted electronica and bass. The project involved the development of two songs from both production teams which were then traded and remixed. This exciting platform for creation has resulted in a release that is fresh, fun and full of energy. Banditz bring the heavier, bass driven, break your back energy; while Self Help brings the lighter, uplifting, bounce ‘tuh dis vibe. Together the Spine Waves EP is a testament to the magnificent power of co-creation.
The six track EP is available for digital download from the Ganjaology Bandcamp, here. All the funds will be put back into the Ganjaology Project so that we can continue providing you with the best music we can get our hands on. Please help us to do what we love most, creating a platform for CREATIVITY, POSITIVITY, and BASS MUSIC. We appreciate the support!
And now… SPINE WAVE!
PS. When I listen to this album, I get the sense that there is electricity literally flowing through my spine. My face swells, my hands tingle, and my feet get numb. If you’ve had a similar experience with this or any other music, you might be experiencing what is called Kundalini energy. It is the energy that flows up your spine from your base or root chakra. Often this is the sensation we get when something “vibes” with us. If you think you feel me, do some research. Tap into that power. It lives within all of us. Open the door. Expand your mind. Experience Spine Waves.
Please excuse my language here but this track is off the fucking chain! Bristol Dubstep creator Kahn is showing his true colors with this remix of Peaman’s ‘IDK’. The sample makes the song but the addition of Kahn’s oh so smooth drums takes the track to a whole new level. I wish so badly that this was available so I could drop it at my gig tonight. It would fit so perfectly with the Ladies Night theme. Check back for more info about this release soon!
Bliss, also known as Antonio Bliss, of Chicago, Illinois, is bringing some ghetto heavy bass to the midwest dubstep scene with this track. Upon first hearing the track I couldn’t quite imagine what selection of sounds he had in mind for the listeners of this tune, Cross Over, but my ignorance was soon turned to pure knowledge of how to make subs properly function. This one is DEEP. I look forward to hearing what Bliss has in store for dubstep in 2012. LISTEN!