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February 20, 2020
February 20, 2020
It’s a special day in music when two forces of bass come together to create something as mind-blowing as this Relentless Beat of the Week. “Braincase” comes at us as the brainchild of bass music heavyweights Kayzo and Subtronics. Jesse Kardon, better known as Subtronics, is the 24-year-old Philadelphia-born dubstep producer specializing in all things robotic. His work is heavily influenced by the likes of Rusko, Skism, Tomba and Downlink, and the collective efforts of the underground dubstep community. Taking on a core group of followers over SoundCloud in the first few years, he has grown exponentially in the last year, gaining support from a plethora of bass music legends. Subtronic’s signature bouncy yet mechanical sound design is matched by his incredibly recognizable flow, setting him apart from the vast sea of up and coming producers around the world.
Speaking on the new heater, Subtronis took to Twitter to express what this track means to him.
i’ve been wanting to make a psytrance song since long long before i ever got anywhere with dubstep, and yalls response to this @KayzoMusic collab has me hype as fuck
never be scared to get out of ur comfort zone ‼️‼️
— BRAINCASE W/ KAYZO OUT NOW (@Subtronics) December 5, 2019
The track is just what you would want from the psycho heaviness of Subtronics and the psytrance stance from Kayzo. The mix is will make you go dumb. Check it out below.
Want to catch Subtronics here in Arizona? You’ve got FOUR golden options. He’ll be playing alongside Griz for the world debut of Griztronics this December for Decadence Arizona! Don’t miss the biggest New Year’s Eve celebration in the state, purchase tickets here! Then, just a few days later he’ll back in Arizona for 3 solo shows. His tour is bringing him to Gentle Bens on January 9, then to The Van Burren on January 10 and ending at Orpheum Theater on January 11.