Ready to start your Thursday just right? This ‘jazzy emo’ track has had me smiling since last night. Bass Science is the brains behind the mix, and it is the first song out off a 10 track collection brought to you by Seclusiasis called 160. Bass Science is out of Los Angeles and is a highly respected producer. I first got turned on to his music when I saw that he was working with 1320 records. He’s always dropping new quality music, and is known for his skills with creating awesome bass music. The percussions and synth in ‘Love Me More’ are on point. I love the soft piano and simple but effective vocals too. This is a cutting edge song pushing the limits of futuristic bass. I am excited to see what else this compilation will consist of. There’s good intentions and good music surrounding this team & network of innovators. Make sure and stay tuned in for what else they have coming up. Follow their social media links below and enjoy this brand spanking new tune called ‘Love Me More’ by none other than ‘Bass Science!’
How the 160 compilation all began:
One day last Summer label owners Dev79 and Starkey were sitting at the pub with main man .rar Kelly. In the midst of knocking back pints and grazing on fried calamari, the three of them ended up discussing how they’d released a wide breadth of music but Seclusiasis is often known for tracks in the 140-150 BPM territory. Their musical interests and influences are not rigidly confined to a specific BPM range, so why should Seclusiasis? Maybe it was the happy hour pint specials, or maybe there was something in the squid, but the trio decided then and there to do a compilation series that would show the breadth of their collective interests. And with that, the Seclusiasis tempo compilation series was born. The plan was simple: do a series of tempo themed Seclusiasis compilations fully exploring the sonic landscapes beyond the label’s familiar 140bpm range.
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