The experimental bass scene is on the rise, although few have cut through the noise like the New Orleans-based duo, sfam, comprised of Jacob Hoerner & Michael Pearson. The two […]
The experimental bass scene is on the rise, although few have cut through the noise like the New Orleans-based duo, sfam, comprised of Jacob Hoerner & Michael Pearson. The two have positioned themselves as one of the most impressive and innovative new acts in bass music.
Taking inspirations from their love for heavy bass and minimal trap beats – sfam has formulated a dark, distinct sound of unique, amorphous, original beats that have gotten them support from industry tastemakers such as UZ, Dirt Monkey, sumthin sumthin, Toadface, CRAZE and loads more.
This isn’t sfam’s first time stopping by Heard It Here First, either. We interviewed the duo back in 2019, which you can read here.
Today, sfam releases the captivatingly smooth track “Water.” It begins with a beautiful ascending build-up. The track is surely a party-starting tune that consists of original sounds creating an intricately blended masterpiece. The release has a unique ebb and flow of heavy bass tones and trap beats that we all know and love. By the end of the song, you’re sure to be bopping your head to the immaculate sound design. It is, without a doubt, a heater!
sfam proves yet again that they are here to stay, as their sound continues to evolve with every release. The duo is
locked and loaded with an arsenal of unreleased music for the upcoming year.
Stream “Water” and let us know what you think of the new single in the comments below!