Today marks the release of my brand new EP Transitions. This six track EP includes two colaborations, one with Portland local prodigy producer Nato Feelz, and another with long time collaborator of multiple sub-genres and old friend Eye-D.
This six track EP delivers everything from Dubstep to Moombah to Drum & Bass and all within this concept of “Transitions”. The title track includes all of these styles with a cinematic twist that ties three tempos together into a continuous journey. This not only keeps things interesting, it functions as an awesome mixing tool for the DJs out there. Reach out blurs the lines between Hip Hop, Drum & Bass, and Drumstep with a classic dubbed out sample and eerie synth chords. Psycho is a brutal tear out of bone shattering beats and bass crowned with a halo of floating melodies and atmospheres. Kung Fu with Nato Feelz borrows from Electro with it’s punishing barrage of Moombahton tempo synth rhythms. Incoming with Eye-D is hard, melodic, grandiose and has been one of my favorites since it’s creatiion in Holland at the end of last year. The closing track Quasar touches on some deeper techno and progressive influences. I’m definitely excited to continue in the direction that this EP has led me and I can’t wait to continue to share my bass infused creations with you.
This release is available at all of the finest digital music retailers. Links to buy Transitions are below:
Beatport / Trackitdown / Digital-Tunes / Juno
From myself and on behalf of the Hollow Point Family… thanks for your continued support,
Sam / SPL
Smog Records / Hollow Point Recordings
US Bass Superstar The Bassist brings forth another amazing release for Hollow Point recordings. “Droid Bark” brings you the heavy funk you have come to expect from The Bassist, featuring razor sharp bass rips and cybernetic dog barks. On the flip is the anthemic “Smash Dub” from The Bassist and Hollow Point heavyweights, Triage.
The Bassist : Soundcloud : Facebook
Triage : Soundcloud : Facebook
Buy now at iTunes, Beatport, Digital-Tunes, TrackItDown
Out now are two remixes of tracks from Triage’s LP “Rage”. The first one is a Moombahton influence re-rub of Radium from SPL, and second is a bone breaking VIP of Brawl by the Triage boys themselves. They really outdid themselves on that one. Check it out!!!
This remix package can be purchased from iTunes and Beatport as well as many online music vendors.
Hey, this is just a heads up about Triage’s new album released today! The album is available through many online digital music stores. Thanks so much for your support through the development of this project! As a token of appreciation, we are giving out two remixes of material off of the album for a LIMITED time. Check out the SoundCloud widgets below for previews and downloads.
The album can be found at the links below (and many more)…
iTunes / Beatport / TrackItDown / Digital-Tunes / JunoDownload
The free downloads can be found for a limited time below…
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