Wavecraft Collective artists TYLR and Mahsiv have combined forces to bring fans a deep, entrancing DnB heater titled “Madness”. Raleigh, N.C.-based producer TYLR is gearing up for a successful 2022. He […]
Raleigh, N.C.-based producer TYLR is gearing up for a successful 2022. He gave fans a sneak peek of his versatility and diverse range of styles and sounds with the release of his 2022 Showcase Mix at the end of January. He has opened up for some big names in the underground scene over the last year, notably Supertask, Tiedye Ky, and more recently Ternion Sound and Black Carl! He even locked in his first festival booking with Wub N Dub Festival, which will take place in Willard, NC next month, headlined by MeSo. Be on the lookout for TYLR’s name more as the year moves along.
Phoenix-based bass duo Mahsiv is yet another example of the sheer talent that’s coming out of Wavecraft Collective. Their deep and dark styles mesh together quite nicely, which is a result of their strong chemistry built on years of friendship. They continue to explore infinite ranges and possibilities in DnB, dubstep and the leftfield realms of bass music. They have had the pleasure of opening up for two underground kings in the bass scene, Tsuruda and Chee. Mahsiv’s next big show will be this coming Friday when they open up for SubDocta and Zingara in Tempe, AZ. This is a big project that you’ll want to pay closer attention to moving forward.
“Madness” combines TYLR and Mahsiv’s styles and passion for DnB, giving fans an entrancing tune that is sure to keep you moving. The two headliners from Wavecraft’s Book of Shadows: Chapter One compilation created a melting pot of movement and sound with this track, featuring deep sustained bass lines complemented by subtle, yet fun percussion elements. Indeed, they bring listeners “Back to the Madness” in the second drop with a more energetic variation of the first. These two acts really hit the eardrums from all angles on this track, making you rewind and discover new elements that you previously didn’t catch.
Here’s what Mahsiv had to say about their newest work:
“We first met TYLR through the Wavecraft Weekly Roundup stream back in the day. We worked through a couple different collab ideas here and there that ended up fizzling out, but we knew it was just a matter of time until the right one came along. He sent over the initial idea for Madness back in May of 2021, and we instantly knew the vibe was right up our alley. The three of us went through a lot of versions back and forth before we locked it in. This one has been a long time coming and we’re hyped to finally share it!” – Mahsiv
We can’t wait to hear what’s next from TYLR and Mahsiv. What did you think of “Madness?” Let us know in the comments below or on our social media pages!