Matroda’s cutting-edge, bass-heavy sound has reached critical mass in 2019, particularly with the release of his innovative The RED Tape via Dim Mak Records. It will be available across all DSPs and also as a physical red cassette tape this summer - something we're already feeling nostalgic for.
On Side A of The RED Tape, Croatian producer Matroda (real name Matija Rodic) showcases his #MatrodaSound across four hard-hitting, party-ready, bass-infused productions.
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Starting things off with “Do You Remember House?" Matroda pays his respect to the roots of house music by way of his own unique twist and world-class production. Up next is the rousing track “True G,” a song overflowing with gritty low-end frequencies, eclectic percussion and captivating vocals from BRUX. Side A then closes out with back-to-back bass house songs “That Beat” and “They Call Me,” both of which are dripping with the dark, sinister vibes that have been gaining steady traction in the dance music community.