Futuristic X Bckslxsh – Bandz

Futuristic and Bckslxsh are on our sound waves again with another monstrous bass house track. The Australian-UK collaboration brings a trio of producers on the pursuit of fusing genre’s together to create something unheard before.
Hailing from Perth, Australia, Futuristic are rapidly ascending the dance music sphere, generating excitement in all four corners of the globe. Becoming renowned for producing high-quality content, the evidence sources from their remixes of artist’s such as 50 Cent and Kronic, as well as creating original tracks. Blending the Bass House trend with groove elements, their signature sounds has been described by some as vivacious.

UK-based BCKSLXSH  is primary a producer, than disk-jockey. Similar to the duo, BCKSLXSH fuses sub-genres together to create high-energy tracks and sounds, designed for the slightly harder, weathered raver. Having worked with Futuristic on “CA$E”, the collaborative style seem’s to be of benefit based on their latest offering, “Bandz”.

Support for the duo’s material spans the spectrum of artist’s, including the likes of Axwell /\ Ingrosso, Martin Garrix, David Guetta, Don Diablo, Swanky Tunes as well as underground icons such as Moksi & Drezo, reflecting the hybrid of underground and main stage sound they create. With their debut track “I Can’t Lose” being release on Downright/Ministry of Sound Australia earlier this year, they’ve also mixed tracks from their native country’s biggest music names, Uberjak’d & Kronic ft. Savage and Far East Movement. With Diplo & Friends and SiriusXM featuring their music also, the US has just started to get a taste of their work.

Dirty and full of liquid bass, the track sits at just under 4 minutes and 30 seconds. Ominous sounding chords under lay vocal riff that hype the atmosphere before the heavy drop. Busy, rhythmic and distorted, “Bandz” hit the senses hard, even at the peak of an underground set!

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