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Following the fantastic support and success we saw with the first edition, we are absolutely thrilled to be bringing you ‘Digitalization 2.0′, the second volume of our newly formed compilation series. Here at The 3000 Network, our primary aim is to showcase the best in new bass music, be that from the established order or from high energy newcomers. If it bangs, we are there to support it!
At threethousand.co.uk, we are always keen to make sure we are looking into as many different areas of underground bass music as possible. Me myself, I have grew up on dubstep and grime, rendering 140BPM my homeland. Therefore, to see just how good 2019 has been for dubstep specifically fills me with joy. We have seen some incredible releases, with today being one of my picks of the bunch as we rush towards the new year quicker than ever before.
A topic we have continuously found ourselves discussing here at threethousand.co.uk is the new world expansion of bass music and the new influences it is being able to pick up as it travels and becomes more popular across the globe. We have been loving this rapid expansion and have been seriously enjoying the music that has been coming from it!
One we had been sent this one, we simply could not resist getting involved, as we throw up an exclusive premiere of the title track ‘Eternal’. For us this is without a doubt the stand out track on the release, as we are engulfed in an array of skippy drum procedures and nostalgic, heartwarming vocal chops. This one is definitely one for the dances, and when joined by the other two originals on the project, plays a major role in making this a EP a solid body of work.
We welcome in the sounds of KUDOS, a Scottish bass producer with somewhat of a point to prove.
As we shuffle towards the end of 2019, we are now starting to see different labels and artists put together their yearly round up pieces and final drops before we move into what is set to be a dazzling 2020. It’s been an amazing year for bass music as a whole, with numerous UK artists being flown out around the world to perform on some of the biggest global stages, as well as some of the strongest releases we have ever seen come out of the UK in general.