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May 5, 2022
May 5, 2022
Dubstep DJ and producer Hydraulix is switching it up with his latest project, a 174-BPM Drum and Bass thriller, entitled “Spanner.” The Australian artist gets experimental with “jump up” drum and bass, a sub-genre currently sweeping across Europe, and characterized by stripped-back arrangements, high voltage energy and full-frontal basslines.
Check out “Spanner” below, out now via Wakaan.
Hydraulix said about the track: “I first heard jump up drum & bass in the form of DJ Hazard’s ‘Mr Happy’ in 2010. I instantly fell in love with the infectious nature of the melody and subsequently did a trap bootleg of the track in 2014 – it was the first music I’d produced that got any traction… Fast forward 5 years and jump up is going through somewhat of a resurgence throughout Europe and especially in Australia and New Zealand, I’ve really been digging the stuff by Hedex, Kanine and Banzai and I wanted to try my hand at it bringing my own style and flavour to the genre as someone who typically produces more trap, dubstep, and weird bass. I hope everyone digs the track…”