Yet another Worldwide Exclusive Stream of an EP that we’ll be dropping for free next week.

This is the first joint EP from Gully and Lowki. It draws inspiration from the latest in bass music trends such as Twerk and Zouk and fuses those trends with a Transnational element, namely, India and Indian music.

100 Rupees is a 100BPM Twerk track, with a heavy hitting drop filled with a strong sub, Indian vox, a soaring string arrangement and a crushing Tabla riddim. You’d have to be made of stone not to groove to this.

Bom-Bae (aka Bombay) is a far subtler bass fuelled Zoukesque track. With its marching drum patterns, flute hooks and packed drops with the occasional breath, this may have you gasping for air in a club. The ever ambient flute parts set the mood perfectly for the thumping climax of the drop.

2 perfect Transnational Bass tracks show-casing why there is a phenomenal growing interest in this scene from all over the world.

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