ZEKE BEATS is redefining what bass means with new single, Bounce

ZEKE BEATS is redefining what bass means with new single, Bounce

Which you can cop for free, right now.

Anyone worth their salt in the Perth electronic music scene will know ZEKE BEATS has always been destined for big things. Originally coming to notoriety as a world-class turntablist/scratch lord, over the past couple of years he’s turned his attention to production. And the same focus and energy that gained him such high props in the DJ world is very quickly doing likewise in the production realm.

Take Bounce for example. Released today on Bassrush Records and up for free download, it is some kinda monster. Aspring producers in 2016, particularly in the trap/dubstep realms, often take a 'kitchen sink' type attitude with their music - just throwing fucking everything at a tune for an all-out aural assault on your senses. It takes knowledge, skill and experience to know how to craft a track that doesn't just smash you in the face with bass, knows when to hold back a little, and actually feel like something with substance.

ZEKE BEATS has substance in spade, and he is coming for you world (seriously - the dude literally just wrapped up a tour of the US and Canada), and has some shows coming over Summer, including Arcadia Australia in Perth this weekend.

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