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Bassrush Returns with The Prophecy: Volume 4 Touting 10 New Tracks

Article by: Sam Wolloch

Already with three successful albums in the series, Bassrush is back with its second compilation of 2021, The Prophecy: Volume 4 featuring 10 new tracks from the best talent in the bass music scene. Follow these links to read up on Volume 2 and Volume 3.

Here’s a look (and link) for each of the contributing artists on these 10 exciting new songs:

“Space Rave” - The combination of Australian producers TWERL and Avance begins the fourth Prophecy album with a Bassrush of rough trap with tasty low-key samples.

“Pain Relief” - Another spicy producer from Down Under well-known for his heavy-hitting remixes, Yvng Jalapeno follows up with a more futuristic feeling trap tune.

“Bulletproof” - RANKZ is a fresh producer on the scene from Los Angeles and he lets his music do the talking with searing synths and a devastating drop highlighting his track.

“Fear” - Los Angeles is also home to the next producer, Gawm, who begins with spooky sounding keys to build the sense of fear in his hard-hitting dubstep song.

“Everybody” - Sporting releases on Never Say Die and Circus Records, Seattle-native SHARPS makes himself at home on this Bassrush album with dark dubstep for everyone.

“Bloodline” - From the Phoenix suburb home to Rawhide, the young bass producer Viperactive features vocals by Shvle on this ominous hip hop bass banger.

“Stay Down” - The occult duo Slang Dogs succeed again crafting an esoteric soundscape with driving basslines on this dark and mysterious single.

“Hologram” - Cromatik combines his filthy robotic dubstep with the crushing bass of Boston-native Cyclops to create this next Bassrush collab ready for heavy rotation.

“Slow Down” - Bringing the good times and lead vocals, Canadian producer Staysick teams up with singer/songwriter Courtney Drummey for this melodic dubstep standout.

“Iced Up” - Finishing Prophecy with a French flair, Eradikid leaves listeners feeling icy with some deep wubz and wonky bass to cap another outstanding Bassrush compilation.

There is it, the next group of hustling and bustling bass music producers shining brightly on the Bassrush compilation The Prophecy: Volume 4. Be sure to keep your ears out for these talented artists as there is surely plenty more to come this summer and beyond.

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