Funk and electro-soul producer/songwriter Grant Kwiecinski is better known to the EDM world as GRiZ. Hailing from Southfield, Michigan, and currently residing in Denver, Colorado, he is well known for […]
Funk and electro-soul producer/songwriter Grant Kwiecinski is better known to the EDM world as GRiZ. Hailing from Southfield, Michigan, and currently residing in Denver, Colorado, he is well known for his unique production, playing saxophone and bringing major funky vibes to his performances for over the past ten years.
GRiZ also has been throwing some insane curated events in 2021, with support from the hottest names in bass music like Liquid Stranger, CloZee, Jantsen, MIZE, Eazybaked, Kilamanzego, and tons more joining him on the road. He also recently released his impressive “Rainbow Brain” full-length album, which has been on repeat for us since it dropped back in July.
Philadelphia-born producer Jesse Kardon, aka Subtronics, emerged on the heavy bass scene in 2014. Since then, he’s become one of the biggest names in mainstream dubstep. With major heavy hitter releases such as his String Theory EP as well as collaborations with Excision on “Bunker Buster”, SLANDER on “Gravity” and Sullivan King on “Take Flight“, he definitely isn’t slowing down any time soon.
Last December, he launched his label Cyclops Recordings, which has been a welcoming home to forward-thinking riddim-style dubstep and experimental bass music. Subtronics will also be kicking off The Fractal Tour very soon, with support from Boogie T, Dirt Monkey, Ace Aura, TiedyeKy, Smith., Space Wizard, Level Up, and G-Space.
In 2019, the two collaborated for their massive festival anthem, “Griztronics.” You didn’t go to an event that summer without hearing the ultra-coveted ID. It was EVERYWHERE. Today, the two collide again to bring fans the highly anticipated sequel, “Griztronics 2 (Another Level).”
Starting off with driving bass and vocals that spout “This is how it feels to hit another level”, the new heater is truly taking you to the next level of energetic headbanging and non-stop dancing. The song blasts you off to outer space with hard-hitting dubstep and extraterrestrial frequencies, serving as the perfect sequel to the original dance-floor favorite.
According to a tweet from Subtronics, there are actually four versions of “Griztronics 2.” We can’t wait to see what GRiZ and Subtronics stir up next and hope a few other versions get their official release.
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