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Ibranovski Showcases Vol. 5 of his Ghetto Mainstream Series

After collaborating with massive names like Blasterjaxx and Badd Dimes, producing some of the most ubiquitous big room records of the mid-2010s, and receiving support from a full spectrum of top 100 DJs, Dutch producer Ibranovski has started making new waves in the house scene thanks to his unique approach to the genre.  Classifying the new house sub-genre as ‘Ghetto Mainstream,’ the producer has proved to be an influencer and pioneer in this fresh music direction.

The fifth volume of the Ghetto Mainstream EP series was released late last month on Martin Garrix’s STMPD RCRDS which came fully equipped with three massive tracks: Snackbox, Blue Cheese, and Drumstick – each with their own ghetto mainstream personality.  Snackbox offers UK Garage-esque chord stabs, a drop that will bark through any sound system, and was even supported by Skrillex and Joyryde.  Blue Cheese opens with a captivabreakbeat beat before evolving into a bass-centric drop that showcases sharp brass and rhythmic percussion decorating each bar.  Finally, Drumstick changes up the pace of the EP with anthem-like horn stabs and a catchy vocal with a drop that presents a dynamic bassline that bounces up and down in pitch.  According to his Instagram Q&A, the Dutchman has even stated there is a collaboration with Habstrakt!  You can stream/download Ghetto Mainstream Vol. 5 on your favorite platform here.

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