NGHTMRE, Subtronics & Boogie T Deliver ‘Nuclear Bass Face’
May 29, 2020
May 29, 2020
Making his solo debut in 2014, former half of UK duo 16bit, Moody Good is taking over the bass scene with his trip-hop inspired beats and experimental sound. Taking his carefully crafted aesthetic from the dubstep duo and transforming that into this new bass phenomenon, born-Eddie Jefferys is an enigma of hard-hitting drops and hypnotic melodies. He’s made appearances on labels like OSWLA and Deadbeats under this new project, but has recently become a part of the Gud Vibrations family with tense dubstep piece “Walkin’ Stoopid.” SLANDER and NGHTMRE have officially hit one year with this scene breaking label. And with additions like WAVEDASH, Shadient, and of course, Moody Good, the label is amassing talent that produces some of the most heavy-hitting tracks out there.
Jefferys is a veteran when it comes to dubstep, but as Moody Good, he’s changing the game. So, are you prepared for “Heart Break?” With his second release on the label, he’s keeping the good vibes with SLANDER and KARRA. “Heart Break” gets your blood pumping in time with the beat as the room is transformed into a strobe daydream. KARRA’s sexy vocals contrast heavily with the dark, almost apocalyptic, bass lines as the drops propel you into a world unlike our own. It’s a track that’ll leave you wanting more and more. Out now on Gud Vibrations, check it out below.
Moody Good is a busy man this year comes to a close with the announcement of his Sunny Side Up Tour and even making a few special appearances alongside PEEKABOO’s tour. The two even teased a collab they are itching to release. And if you need to hear some more of his wonky style, check out his guest mix on episode 132 of the Gud Vibrations radio show.