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(Los Angeles) February 25th Firepower Records is set to release ETC! ETC! and Tha Trickaz’ scorching new single “Supa Hot Fire” on March 10th, and when forces as formidable as these come together, the bass music world would do well to pay attention.
“Supa Hot Fire” is the kind of track that we’ll look back on and identify as the beginning of the next era in bass production. That makes sense—Tha Trickaz’ deliberate hip-hop and Dubstep crossover philosophy has laid a path only the brave are willing to follow. And ETC! ETC! made a name for himself by successfully forging a path through the Trap game. The result of this collaboration is a Frankenstein creation loaded with so much bass, it’s capable of burning the clothes right off your body. The track leads with a collection of detailed Trap tricks, but the drop hits, and it turns into a completely new kind of sound. It moves through aggressive Dubstep style synth arrangements, but the Hip Hop stylings underpinning the Trap sound create a bounce that immediately puts swag in your step and gas-can in one hand and a match in the other.
ETC! ETC! gravitates his aural attention onto anything that moves the room. First attracted to Electro House for the big bass and floor-shattering fast-paced BPM, ETC!ETC! started to shift his focus to moombahton in early 2011 and started making an impact on the scene almost immediately. As of late, ETC!ETC! has achieved Rockstar status, producing some of the “heaviest, most intense Trap songs ever created,” according to ThisSongIsSick.com.
Hailing from Paris, France, Tha Trickaz is is comprised of Pho from the Dirtyphonics and Dj iRaize from Tha New Team. Their sound is a hybrid futuristic combination of Bass music, Hip-hop, Trap, Epic orchestras, Anime, and Soundtrack influences. Their show is a unique experience: by playing heavy beats on pads, rumbling basses on synths, and samples and scratches on turntables, Tha Trickaz redefines the concept of “Live” in Electronic Music. The two masked producers use their machines like real instruments and always drive crowds crazy. They’ve shared the stage with major acts such as Wu Tang Clan, Noisia, Bloody Beetroots, Mr Oizo, Foreign Beggars, Gramatik, Deltron 3030, Riff Raff, Action Bronson.
ETC! ETC! and Tha Trickaz – “Supa Hot Fire
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