Fresh from New York’s Trouble & Bass label, the folks who bring you releases from the likes of Drop The Lime, AC Slater, Plastician, and others, is a new EP from Estonian producer Bert on Beats. The three track EP, Modern Vampires, offers quite the range of bass heavy style. The EP isn’t easily constrained into a genre; we hear bouncy bass lines and stuttered vocal loops on the title track, a crazy dramatic flute melody on “Flute Thing,” and Diplo-like drum kick on “Get Your Freak On.” It’s not dubstep, it’s not moombahton, it’s not electro house, it’s just heavy bass and it’s well-designed for the dance floor.
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