Saturday, June 10, 2017

Ayo - Name Game

G-House really seems to be blowing up. I wrote about BIJOU's remix of Crash Land, earlier this week, and have supported some tremendous Toronto based talents (Marco Marz, Maddmon and others) here and on Radio Humber. It's even inspired trap producer Dropwizz to start a side project, Kavi Indatissa. The latest example of the G-House takeover to comes from Seattle deep bass head, Ayo.

"Name Game" is as deep as it is dirty. Your subwoofer will be slamming as the track stomps along at the trademark slow, almost plodding pace. While it's easy to be allured by the sheer bad-ass nature of the bass, it's the little punctuations and counter effects that make the difference between a poser and a powerhouse. And make no mistake Ayo and his "Name Game" are a force to be reckoned with. The bass design delivers a religious experience, an unholy one at that. But it's the push and pull of the underworld and the heavens that make this such a gripping G-House production. Download free here. FOLLOW AYO: FACEBOOK SOUNDCLOUD TWITTER