Skream continues to push the boundaries of bass music, veering away from his traditional dubstep roots. His latest showing “Bang That.” is a merging of his bass-heavy tendencies with house and gives listeners a versatile storyline from beginning to end. Starting with synthesized sub-bass, Skream delivers fans a grinding introduction that leads into a percussion-driven beat before jumping into jamming piano chords to finish the multifaceted production. Loefah dropped “Bang That.” on his RinseFM show last night, so Skream decided to bring the unrelased track to fans via SoundCloud. Hop below the break to listen to the dubstep mastermind’s latest experiment.
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