Flava D - Spicy Noodles EP (Out Now)

 London’s Flava D, one of our favorite DJs and producers, lands on Night Bass with her hearty three song release “Spicy Noodles”. The EP kicks off with the title track, a spicy hot bowl of bassline for those peak moments of the night. Next up is the bubbly and bouncy “Pick Pocket” with vocals by Purple Velvet Curtains. Finally rounding off the EP is “Acting Stank”, a dark but uplifting roller full of attitude and sample wordplay.

London’s Flava D, one of our favorite DJs and producers, lands on Night Bass with her hearty three song release “Spicy Noodles”. The EP kicks off with the title track, a spicy hot bowl of bassline for those peak moments of the night. Next up is the bubbly and bouncy “Pick Pocket” with vocals by Purple Velvet Curtains. Finally rounding off the EP is “Acting Stank”, a dark but uplifting roller full of attitude and sample wordplay.

Phlegmatic Dogs - NO CATS EP (Out Now)

 Our favorite animals the Phlegmatic Dogs have returned to Night Bass with two more of their expertly crafted bangers. “Cuatrocats” starts it off with ominous pads coupled with some fun sample work that drops into a classic heavy Dogs bassline. The b-side“Bounce” is an energetic roller which is guaranteed to get feet moving, fists pumping and heads nodding.

Our favorite animals the Phlegmatic Dogs have returned to Night Bass with two more of their expertly crafted bangers. “Cuatrocats” starts it off with ominous pads coupled with some fun sample work that drops into a classic heavy Dogs bassline. The b-side“Bounce” is an energetic roller which is guaranteed to get feet moving, fists pumping and heads nodding.

Tombz - Sick EP (Out Now)

 We've had our eyes on Milwaukee's duo Tombz for a while. The boys hit hard with their first release on Night Bass. The driving, moody and bass-heavy "Into the Night" sets the tone of their dark and energetic Sick EP. Next up is "Sweat", a bouncy and squelchy banger with guest vocals from Jimmy Wit An H. The release is strongly rounded off with the g-house tinged title track "Sick". Get ready to hear more from Tombz.

We've had our eyes on Milwaukee's duo Tombz for a while. The boys hit hard with their first release on Night Bass. The driving, moody and bass-heavy "Into the Night" sets the tone of their dark and energetic Sick EP. Next up is "Sweat", a bouncy and squelchy banger with guest vocals from Jimmy Wit An H. The release is strongly rounded off with the g-house tinged title track "Sick". Get ready to hear more from Tombz.

Taiki Nulight - Broken Ribs EP (Out Now)

 Taiki Nulight’s musical output indicates that he might be part man, part machine. Whether or not that’s true, all we know is we absolutely love his new “Broken Ribs” EP. The four-tracker shows that Taiki’s sound is evolving and expanding these days with less obvious bangers and clean, crisp production. The title track takes a more traditional Taiki Nulight approach, while his collaborations with Inkline and Stranger along with “U Know” offer a refreshing, more stripped-down version of his style.

Taiki Nulight’s musical output indicates that he might be part man, part machine. Whether or not that’s true, all we know is we absolutely love his new “Broken Ribs” EP. The four-tracker shows that Taiki’s sound is evolving and expanding these days with less obvious bangers and clean, crisp production. The title track takes a more traditional Taiki Nulight approach, while his collaborations with Inkline and Stranger along with “U Know” offer a refreshing, more stripped-down version of his style.

Petey Clicks - Club Heads EP (Out Now)

 Petey Clicks is one of the most original artists out there today, pushing his sound further and further into pure originality with each release. His 5th solo Night Bass EP opens with a one-two punch starting off on “Parred”, the incredibly frantic and high-energy peak time smasher, followed by the equally powerful “Bass n Tweeters”. Third on the EP is the title track “Club Heads”, filled with call and response bassline madness. And rounding out the EP is “Paid”, which steps into techno crossover territory with it’s loopy riff and bass-heavy kick drum.

Petey Clicks is one of the most original artists out there today, pushing his sound further and further into pure originality with each release. His 5th solo Night Bass EP opens with a one-two punch starting off on “Parred”, the incredibly frantic and high-energy peak time smasher, followed by the equally powerful “Bass n Tweeters”. Third on the EP is the title track “Club Heads”, filled with call and response bassline madness. And rounding out the EP is “Paid”, which steps into techno crossover territory with it’s loopy riff and bass-heavy kick drum.

Shift K3Y - Bite EP (Out Now)

 When it comes to musical talent, it doesn’t get much better than Shift K3Y. The UK chart topper drops his first EP on Night Bass. The title track “Bite” starts off with Shift K3Y’s trademark melodic vocal work and drops into a seriously heavy bassline (just wait for that 3rd drop!). Next is “Cowbell”, a frantic techy bass house number. And rounding off the EP is the garage-tinged “Don’t Look Back” featuring more incredible vocals from the man himself.

When it comes to musical talent, it doesn’t get much better than Shift K3Y. The UK chart topper drops his first EP on Night Bass. The title track “Bite” starts off with Shift K3Y’s trademark melodic vocal work and drops into a seriously heavy bassline (just wait for that 3rd drop!). Next is “Cowbell”, a frantic techy bass house number. And rounding off the EP is the garage-tinged “Don’t Look Back” featuring more incredible vocals from the man himself.

Jay Robinson - The Return EP (Out Now)

 The prolific Jay Robinson is back with his 5th Night Bass EP, a next level four-tracker that pushes his sound forward. “The Return” kicks off with the title track, a chunky uplifting bass house stomper. Jay gets help from Bristol badman Dread MC on the heavy bass driven song “The Ripper”. The quirky and techy “Falling Upwards” brings a nice dark edge, and “The Melodic Weapon” rounds out the EP on an uplifting note. 

The prolific Jay Robinson is back with his 5th Night Bass EP, a next level four-tracker that pushes his sound forward. “The Return” kicks off with the title track, a chunky uplifting bass house stomper. Jay gets help from Bristol badman Dread MC on the heavy bass driven song “The Ripper”. The quirky and techy “Falling Upwards” brings a nice dark edge, and “The Melodic Weapon” rounds out the EP on an uplifting note.