Fresh off the announcement of his own record label, Subtronics was so excited for its debut compilation that he had to release a few tracks early.

Ahead of the December 11th release of Cyclops Recordings' highly anticipated Boot Camp compilation, the dubstep star dropped the curtain on "High Knees Headquarters," one of the record's three chapters. The portion spans six tracks, all of which transport to a Wild West of bass music where experimental sound design reigns supreme.

Subtronics kicks things off with "Tractor Beam, a quirky dubstep banger, and Akeos follows with the menacing bass tune "Makura," which belongs in a Blade film. Syzy then hops in with a mind-melting riddim track called "Poison Muffins" before Al Ross follows suit with his own, the glitchy "Malfunktion." Polarizing "Polyriddim" producer Phonon arrives next with "Wheel Up," a thunderous collaboration with MAD DUBZ, and young gun Leotrix concludes the chapter with a monster effort that teases listeners with a melodic intro before descending into a screeching trap drop.

Check out the six songs—which are not for the faint of heart—below.

Recommended Articles

Sam Feldt

Sam Feldt and Lateshift Connect on Summertime Stunner "The Riddle"

"The Riddle" is yet another uplifting anthem from the Heartfeldt Records head.

Black-Tiger-Sex-Machine-press-photo-by-Karel-Chladek-2018-billboard-1548-compressed

Black Tiger Sex Machine Drop Riveting Single "Leaders" From Forthcoming Album

BTSM will be debuting tracks from the record at their upcoming Red Rocks show in October.

Boot Camp will feature a total of 19 tracks, which Subtronics curated with the goal of highlighting "artists that cover the full spectrum of fresh, cutting-edge bass music." Artists to release music on the album include Calcium, Nosphere, LEVEL UP, Abelation, and Kill Feed, among many others.

You can pre-save Boot Camp here and check out the full tracklist below.

Boot Camp Tracklist:
Subtronics - Tractor Beam
Akeos - Makura
Syzy - Poison Muffins
AI Ross - Malfunktion
phonon x MAD Dubz - Wheel Up
Leotrix - Dissatisfied
Chee x Subtronics - Point Breeze
EAZYBAKED x MOLOKAI x Saka - Killjoy
Abelation - Killin' Em
Smith. - Swing
G-Space x Caveman - On The Block
BLVNKSPVCE - Component 17
Kill Feed - Foolish
Control Freak x Vanfleet - Water Weight
Calcium - Deathwish
Jiqui - OTM
Nosphere - Gaussian Traveler
LEVEL UP - Satan Works Alone
Subtronics - Scream Saver VIP

FOLLOW SUBTRONICS:

Facebook: facebook.com/Subtronicsofficial
Twitter: twitter.com/subtronics
Instagram: instagram.com/subtronics
Spotify: spoti.fi/3jEqAfS

FOLLOW CYCLOPS RECORDINGS:

Facebook: facebook.com/CyclopsRecs
Twitter: twitter.com/cyclops_recs
Instagram: instagram.com/cyclopsrecs
SoundCloud: soundcloud.com/cyclopsrecs

Related

subtronics-cyclops-visual-palladium-2020-rukes

After Cryptic Email Campaign, Subtronics Announces Debut Cyclops Compilation

The announcement arrives after a number of electronic music producers received a cryptic email from an address in hieroglyphics.

subtronics-cyclops-visual-palladium-2020-rukes

Cyclops Recordings Drops Massive "Boot Camp" Compilation from Subtronics and Friends

Subtronics' new has curated a compilation with contributions from some of bass music's finest acts.

subtronics-cyclops-visual-palladium-2020-rukes

Subtronics’ Cyclops Recordings Unveils Latest Wonky Compilation

The compilation features tracks from heavyweights like TYNAN, Ace Aura, Chassi, and more.

space wizard

Listen to a Preview of Space Wizard's Wonky Debut EP, the First to Drop on Subtronics' Cyclops Label

His mind-bending "The Marble Room" EP is a triple shot of experimental trap music.

Subtronics

Subtronics Launches New Record Label, Cyclops Recordings

The first "mission" launches this Friday, December 4th.

Subtronics

Subtronics Announces Debut Album in the Works

After a massive 2020, Subtronics has kept busy in the studio.

subtronics-cyclops-visual-palladium-2020-rukes

Subtronics to Headline First Full-Capacity Red Rocks Show of 2021

Subtronics is set to descend on the iconic Colorado open air venue for a triumphant "Cyclops Rocks" show this summer.