Audeka drops their "Dice n' Flow" EP on Caliber Music! It's hard to believe just how young this American trio is - you wouldn't guess it from their music, a collage of warped recess and funk-driven rhythms taking influence from across the gamut of bass music.
Inspired by a wide range of bass driven genres, SOMA rocks a heady, funk-infused style of midtempo beats. 'Mind's Eye' carries on like a laid back daydream, sauntering from idea to idea atop glitched out basslines and soulful melodies.
Back again to wreck havoc on Caliber Music, Disprove continues to deliver quality after quality release. After impressing the neuro world through his incredible attention to detail and engineering, Disprove returns again with two more for the Neurohop community; 'Thumper' and 'Rustic Funk.'
With a production style marked by rich melodies, plastic-like bass, and slapping drums, the young producer takes listeners across multiple genres and vibes - from upbeat glitch hop and neurofunk, to electro, dubstep, and even chillout.
Striking out in a rather new direction, Caliber Music presents the latest offering from Florida-based producer Spwee; "Sunflowers." Having already garnered much attention through his work within the glitch / neuro-hop and dubstep genres, Spwee has brought his lush, saccharine sound into downtempo territory, exploring previously untouched aural textures and soundscapes.
No stranger to Glitch-Hop sounds, Skope returns to unleash some more quality bass influenced music on Caliber. Tearing up the charts with previous releases, Skope's sound and style is more than welcome, tried and proven on dance floors across the globe. Infusing ambient intros into breakdowns with energetic drops has always been a recipe for winning, and Skope does just that with his latest, "Sandworm" and "Crooked."
Following hot off the heels of the "Let's Call It Neurohop" LP, Caliber Music continues with the neuro influenced Glitch-Hop business, this time with a single from a debut group known as Klepto, from Italy.
Known as the leading pioneer in the creation of Neurohop, Caliber Music has quickly become a byword for cutting edge experimental bass music. After a bumper schedule featuring a slew of massive releases, the US based label takes a look back with the 'Let's Call It Neurohop' LP: Volume One.
Cranking the speeds down from Drum & Bass, Disprove keeps the Neurofunk flavors, and injects them into some slower Glitch-Hop tempos. The results? Driving Neurohop stormers with growling bass lines, and drums so punchy, they'll beat you up and take your lunch money.
From the overwhelming response of their previous free release with Pruga P, Caliber Music bring all you Glitch / Neurohop lovers some more bass infused goodness! This time, teaming up with Mixice, this Russian based producer exports quality neuro vibes, with weaving basslines and punchy drums throughout, ready to takeover your speakers!