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Essential EP’s #13

More than 2 full months into 2k17 now and there are still tons of essential releases that cannot be left unblogged on Generation Bass. The stuff that has come out in the last months of 2k16 belong Read More
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“The only thing I need is HUGS” – 2016 with Dead Stare

Little more than a year ago, I wrote what is possibly my most personal and emotional piece ever written on Generation Bass: the in depth interview with Dead Stare's Gergö (Hungary) and Edgar (Mexico/US) Read More
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Renick Bell and the Promising Future of Algorave

One of the tragic side effects of always being tuned onto the most innovative and culturally challenging music is that you'll get bored ever more easily. Nights revolving around one specific genre, Read More
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Essential EP’s #12 [DOUBLE EDITION] – Side B

Part 2 of Essential EP's #12 SIDE B 12. Vol.1 (Onda Trax) The Onda Group is a New York based collective which includes Track Meet's Ynfynyt Scroll and Escape From Nature's Orlando Volcano Read More
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Generation Bass Introduces: GORGE

Imagine a genre supposedly born in in the mountains on the Indo-Nepal border, communicating the aesthetic and spiritual sublimeness of rock climbing, becoming the soundtrack to an international rock Read More
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Essential EP’s #12 [DOUBLE EDITION] – Side A

Artwork via: x̸e͟no͝pu͏nk̶ After such a long silence, I've got to cover more than two months of an ever forward moving music landscape. Therefore a double edition with the most essential and Read More
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Ambient trap producer GreyscaleSound drops two horizon broadening future reggaeton beats

GreyscaleSound, a Los Angeles based ambient trap producer and member of the VD$KD collective paves the way for more forward-looking urban-Latin sounds with two futuristic experimental reggaeton beats. Before Read More
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Bęđŧīmĕ Šŧōŗĩėş – Āłmįģħŧŷ Đęįŧįęŝ Kįŝŝįŋģ EP [Witch House + Classical Music]

No genre is absolute any more. Was 2015 the year where genres definitively died, 2016 is the year in which even overarching categories of music such as 'club', 'dance', 'bass', 'avant-garde' or 'band Read More
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