Here we find him making his dirtybird debut with two spotless additions to his party portfolio. The bubble-jack slap-attack Panther ignites with a series of soft subs before dropping into a loopy, choppy robovox hook and a strutting drum dynamic that chugs with raw sonic muscle. While most panthers purr and prowl, this one clouts and howls with rich low-end elements and absurdly chunky beats. Dig deeper for the rush-rinsed tech funk jam Space Bass. Wherein a bulbous flurry of basses lick and tickle beneath a series of teasing techy risers before dropping into an icy sea of breezy chords. Complete with a sub-narrative of mischievous loop trickery, every element of the groove is laden with intricate detail.
Two pristine produced tracks, one incredibly hot talent to keep strict tabs on: Aaron Snapes’ reputation is developing with every single release… and this is his biggest to date.
DB-114 // Aaron Snapes – Introducing Aaron Snapes
Available on The Birdhouse: August 29th, 2014
Available on Beatport: September 1st, 2014
Available WorldWide: September 16th, 2014
2) Space Bass