Just last month The Bloody Beetroots celebrated the 10-year anniversary of their legendary track "Warp" with Steve Aoki. Today, they are back to give the fans some more in-your-face electro with the help of bass house producer Ephwurd on the single "Wildchild." This is the first single off The Bloody Beetroots' forthcoming album Heavy, set for release June 14th.
"Wildchild" definitely has elements of the duo's classic style but they bring it up to 2019 by throwing in more of a bass house vibe. It's high energy throughout and doesn't let you take a breather before throwing another bass assault. The top hat pin in the background makes this feel right at home. Festival stages are sure to be blasting this all season long.
We haven't heard an album from the famed Italian artists since 2017 with the release of The Great Electronic Swindle. The effort showed a different side to TBB, featuring a heavy rock influence. Though we don't have much information on the Heavy EP that is set to be released this year, we should expect a turn up of bass.
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EPHWURD has made a name for himself in the future bass side of the EDM scene. He's worked with acts such as Major Lazer, DJ Snake, and The Chainsmokers. Earlier this year he held a dance contest for his track "Hectic" with SWAGE and EDM.com. The contest launched a one-of-a-kind shuffling competition that brought out some of the best dancers on the scene.