New bass tracks and remixes have been taking over the EDM music scene in the past few weeks with releases by Snails, Flux Pavilion, Skrillex and JAUZ. Safe in Sound Festival is also bringing bass music to all corners of the US, so it’s safe to say that for the moment, bass is king.
Not to miss out on the trend, OWSLA recently released Ghastly‘s new collaboration with Jameston Thieves “Fuk Watchu Think”.
The song is a hard-hitting bass track that holds true to Ghastly‘s typical bass house sound.
However, it is also impossible to miss Jameston Thieves’ drum and bass sounds and dirty drops throughout the song. The collaboration between the two bass enthusiasts is everything bass fans would expect. Raw, grimy, gritty and fantastic.
The track features heavily distorted vocals and Ghastly‘s signature deep bass lines, similar to those used in his songs like “Crank It”. Although Ghastly is not genre specific, he generally plays bass house, dubstep and electro. These sounds provide the backbone of “Fuk Watchu Think”.
Jameston Thieves also shuns genre labels, but his tracks are always high energy, fast paced and beat-driven. Both producers dabble heavily in bass and dubstep, and “Fuk Watchu Think” is a great bass collaboration between the two.