Since their inception, it’s safe to say that the team over at CruCast have done a very good job of presiding over the bass scene, giving a home to the most established names in the scene through some incredibly high-octane festival stages and live DJ tours, whilst also giving themselves enough space to provide a platform for the more up and coming names to make themselves known. This has primarily been achieved through a very packed out release schedule, which over the last six months has continued to grow in both rapidity and quality, with the latest offering arriving via the fantastic sounds of Reese.
As far as artists go, it’s a bit of an unfair statement to name Reese as a newcomer, with his catalogue absolutely bulging with bassy bangers for the world to enjoy. Over the last couple of years he has stopped by for official outings alongside the likes of Deeprot & ourselves here at 3000 Bass, but the main energy of his catalogue has been alongside the CruCast team, racking up a very high volume of drops across both the ‘Shake The Bass’ compilation series and his own solo releases. This time around he is back in full form to unleash two absolute heaters, that we can already see are going to to turn festival season into an absolute ruckus.
Opening up we get to take in ‘Don’t Leave Me’, a sizzling vocal masterclass alongside the wicked tones of Jenna Laura, who supplies a seriously cool addition which is chopped and screwed across the introduction, leaving us towards a euphoria-inducing breakdown, letting wild synthesizer crunches and big room drum pumps run wild. On the flip, the party continues as ‘Falling’, again utilizing those gorgeous vocal tones but this time upping the pace with a much more stripped back arrangement, focussing on more filtered bass sounds, until all hell is let loose across the breakdown, which again sends us into an absolute frenzy.
It’s another pair of wicked originals for the CruCast catalogue, which you can check out below: