The 'Weather Change' EP calls for a lot of bass, with a 100% chance of grime.

Liquid Stranger has been considered a staple of the EDM community for quite awhile now. After bursting onto the scene with dominant dubstep creations, this musician has shifted towards more of a hip-hop and downtempo focus in recent years. That being said, he still remembers where he came from and what style of music garnered him oodles of attention in the first place.

Following up his rock-solid revision of Mt. Eden's "Distance Kills," this producer's latest venture involves him receiving a variety of remix treatments from some of the most talented individuals in the bass music game. Opening with Liquid Stranger and Mayor Apeshit's original mix, the Weather Change EP breezes through seven seriously stormy bangers.

Blessed with the remix duties for this once-in-a-lifetime opportunity are none other than Figure, Rise At Night, Buku, Algo, Rekoil, and Dubloadz. While dubstep definitely reigns supreme on this wonderful release, drumstep, electro house, and trap all play integral roles as well.

It's fairly obvious that Liquid Stranger and Mayor Apeshit worked tirelessly to compile this killer collection of truly impressive bass tracks, so please take some time to enjoy these exquisite compositions in their entirety.

Purchase Liquid Stranger and Mayor Apeshit's Weather Change EP here.

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