GAWTBASS Breaks The Mold With State Of The Art Sounds In “Surreal” [FREE DOWNLOAD]

GAWTBASS Breaks The Mold With State Of The Art Sounds In “Surreal” [FREE DOWNLOAD]

GAWTBASS music is truly one of a kind. To put it into one genre doesn’t do justice to a blend of semi familiar styles that also still completely original, which is perhaps the hallmark of a real artist.

The track is heavy dubstep with trap snares and punchy, drum & bass style kicks. Ultimately I think you could call it a modern complextro track, flashing state of the art bass sounds just for the sake of it and generally being completely bonkers. This is hard dance, and if that’s your style, or you’ve enjoyed the recent heavy metal inspired Seven Lions music, this track is sure to be a new favorite. It’s an experience that feels straight out of the future, state of the art in sound design. GAWTBASS reminds us once again that heavy dubstep is still alive and kicking. “Surreal” will definitely be one to listen for dubstep sets this summer.

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