Zeke Beats enters beast mode with new EP, Dispatch

Zeke Beats enters beast mode with new EP, Dispatch

The Perth bass king levels up.

Perth production beast Zeke Beats gets the ball rolling on a monstrous 2017 with a brand new four-track EP, Dispatch, out today and once again re-defining the limits of bass music. With a sound that just begs to be heard on the heaviest system you can find, Zeke Beats' knack for crafting sounds that aren't just bassy for the sake of it, are showcased to the max on tracks like Payload and Starbound. It's a meticulously produced affair that's inspired by everything from futurism to video games (check Wormhole), and a thirst for experimentation into the deepest, darkest realms of late night club music.

According to the man himself, there was one goal with Dispatch - "I hope it melts some faces." When it comes to bass and trap, the temtpation to just throw the kitchen sink at a track and try to wipe the floor with you is one many can't refuse, but it takes a certain level of class and skill to do so in the way Zeke Beats does. So grab your headphones, turn it up, and bask in the hectic glory that is Zeke Beats, no longer one of just WA's finest, but fastly becoming a nationally and globally-recognised force in all things bass. You can also grab it yourself HERE, as it rises rather quickly on the iTunes charts.

At a time when more noise is apparently better, Zeke Beats reigns supreme with a finesse most could only dream of:

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