The Canadian producer is always unleashing a steady amount of new tracks. Just last month he put out a deadly remix of “Dip It” by Zomboy as well as a remix of Shinedown’s “How Did You Love”. He is back with another EP on Never Say Die records and two songs have been released so […]
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Trollphace is a name every Tear-Out fan will be familiar with. This time he is back with a tasty treat featuring Popsikl. The blissful chords and joyful melodies on their new tune “S’mores” mixed with the downright slaughtering sound design from Trollphace combine for a fresh treat that fans of both Future Bass and Dubstep should in theory, […]
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No one does bass music quite like Never Say Die. The label has developed into the quite the bone-rattling powerhouse over the years and with the imprint enters their sixth year, SKisM has thrown together a monster mix to celebrate their mix series hitting its century mark. As expected this hour-long mix is a bevy […]
If you have never heard of Eptic you are definitely doing it wrong. Eptic has been killing it in the bass music scene ever since 2011 and to this day he is one of the most progressive producers in the genre. Signed to fan favorite label, Never Say Die, Eptic is one of the most standout producers
While not a total newcomer in the business, LA’s Rickyxsan is following up a stellar 2016 where he celebrated releases on the industries biggest labels, including Ultra, Never Say Die, and gained significant spotlight from his Mad Decent single with Dirty Audio “Gettin That”. Ricky’s been showing the world that his beats hit as hard
Zomboy announced a killer remix EP for his Neon Grave EP last week, featuring an all-star grime. To hype it, we get the INSANE Kill The Noise remix a few days early and it goes as hard as you’d expect. Who said dubstep was dead? You’ll definitely be hearing this one all year in the festival circuit. “Hey guys, like everyone else, i loved the original so this was such a challenge for me but I had a lot of fun with it! Big up to my man Zomboy and also my boy Jonah Kay who played some guitar on […]
Bagging a release through Never Say Die after previously dropping sounds with its sister label Black Label, is Trampa. The incredibly talented bass artist has created “Bulldozer”, which spans four tracks and is bursting with dark energy. Up first is the title track, with its haunting riffs and whirring drops, before his memorable work with Franky Nuts on “They Don’t Want It.” “Things I Do” has a clap along beat and a more considered, laid back vibe to it – merging various electronic elements together brilliantly. Finally we have the Hedex remix of “Gunfingers” ft. Slick Don – hair-raising, bass
The undertaker of Dub Bass, Spag Heddy, has released his newest EP ‘Oh My!’ through womp worthy label Never Say Die Records and it is just chock full of bangers. … Continue reading →
Never Say Die’s Vol. 4 compilation is made up of a 19 insane tracks! Across this album comes a variety of new sounds from Zomboy, LAXX, Megalodon, MUST DIE!, Eptic … Continue reading →
One of the biggest names in bass, Zomboy has had an explosive few years since making the transition from his sound engineering background into full-time music production. Never Say Die’s … Continue reading →
For those who have been following the sounds of LAXX since he burst onto the dubstep scene a few years back like us, you will be thrilled to hear that another installment of his chaotic, frenzied music has been released today. Once again securing a release with SKisM‘s Never Say Die, “TWITCH Pt.1″ is born. Moving away from the sounds of his previous “Step” series – “Step Three” was the last to land last year, this new three-track offering takes a more sophisticated and intense approach. From the deeply atmospheric title track to the fiercely rhythmical “Come 2 Me”, LAXX
Ever since Laxx released his dope Step One EP years ago, he has grown into the quite the heavy hitter in the bass music scene. Hailing from the UK Laxx has put out tons of incredible remixes and originals and has truly crafted a unique sound that is entirely his own, calling it “Twitch” music. […]
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Dropping today through major dubstep platform Never Say Die is the brand new single from Eptic and Habstrakt. Whilst it is not the first time the Belgian and Frenchman have collaborated, “On The Block” is one of the most unique and instantly striking bass tracks we’ve heard in a while. Straying away from their more classic dubstep roots, this single is a chance for a delve into some new flavours, and the pair do so in awesome fashion. Whilst the basis of this tune is a house beat, Eptic and Habstrakt chop and change its rhythmical qualities, indulging the listener
A little while back the kind folks over at Never Say Die records previewed “Ectoplasm” featuring MUST DIE!, a sick track from UK Bass Star Eptic’s upcoming. Needless to say it was a dub heavy banger. Today we are lucky enough to get a second song off the “Immortal” EP and it just might be […]
As if both of these individual producers weren’t already killing the game right now, today we are lucky enough to get a filthy collaboration from two heavy hitters in the Dubstep world, Eptic and MUST DIE! This newest track “Ectoplasm” will be on Eptic’s upcoming “Immortal EP” set to be released June 29th through British […]
“Resurrected” is the dynamic new album from Zomboy that has just landed on Never Say Die Records. As you may have guessed from the name, this album brings back a total of nine Zomboy classics, brought to life once again with the help of some of the world’s best when it comes to bass music. The first remix that hits your ears is the almighty sounds of Dillon Francis as he lays his versatile hands on ‘Nuclear’ – this time delivering a welcomed Moombahton twist on one of Zomboy’s biggest hits. Following are a number of equally impressive reworks from the
Ricky Remedy and Bro Safari just took Zomboy’s classic track “Terror Squad” and gave it a face-lift. The original is one that every Bass connoisseur knows and loves and Bro and Remedy just made it that much better. It is an ode that really does the track justice. In a note on the tracks SoundCloud […]
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The Studio aka The BASSment at Webster Hall has an underground and intimate vibe without sacrificing any production quality. The bass shakes the room and a hypnotizing light and laser … Continue reading →
Habstrakt‘s new offering for Never Say Die comes to a conclusion today, as “Pt.2″ of his “Cool Cats Never Die” EP comes to us. This latest pair of tracks sees the Frenchman build upon his recognisable dubstep sound and launch it into the future. He kicks things off with “Gimme” ft. Badjokes – bringing in dub sounds laced with plenty of bass, over a strong tech house groove. “Time” heads even further within this experimental feel, putting a mesmerising track on the table through intricate musical elements and breathtaking production. The full four-track EP is now available to buy here.
The very diverse French producer Habstrakt has turned out tracks ranging from trap heaters like ”Datbooty” and “Listen” or his future house flip of Skrillex’s “Dirty Vibe”. He pushes the the limits of his future house sounding direction with a much heavier twist in his latest original “Time” which we have the premiere of today. “Time” […]
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