Wavecraft Collective artist Cntrlla is back with his first self-released banger of 2022 titled “BLOODHUSSY.” The Wisconsin-based producer has been quietly moving up the ranks in the underground bass scene, […]
The Wisconsin-based producer has been quietly moving up the ranks in the underground bass scene, having already released a monster track called “Flayed” as part of Wavecraft Collective’s Book of Shadows: Chapter II compilation this year. He has also secured several big festival bookings for this year, including The Untz Festival as part of a Wavecraft Collective takeover with fellow label artists Chark and Phydra. Additionally, fans can catch him at Yonderville and The Circus of Life.
Not only is Cntrlla one of the most consistent and creative minds in the production game right now, but he is also a very talented graphic designer, having created several cover arts and other designs for artists all over the country. A jack of all trades, Cntrlla is a name that you are going to want to pay attention to moving forward.
“BLOODHUSSY” is the latest installment of Cntrlla’s distinct style and flow, pulling in elements from futuristic dystopia, 90’s hip-hop, underground bass, and dubstep. When I first heard this on Wavecraft Collective’s weekly feedback stream, which typically takes place on Tuesday nights, I was blown away at just how powerful this track is.
Starting with a modern-day, clean version of the infamous Amen Break drum loop, we dive into a deep buildup before launching into Cntrlla’s signature crunchy basses that fill headphones and speakers to the brim. The unique flow displayed in the first drop is then followed up by a jaw-dropping switch up when we enter the second drop. Utilizing several sub-genres throughout, Cntrlla’s distorted basses and growls keep the listeners engaged, adding in very fun fills that make you think you’re trapped inside of a video game. This is a massive, genre-bending track that is sure to bring the house down this year. Here’s what he had to say about his newest work:
“With Jet Set Radio being one of my favorite games growing up, I made this track to pay a homage to those classic 90’s rave sounds I love but also have my destructive tendencies.” – Cntrlla
We can’t wait to hear what’s next from this rising talent. What did you think of “BLOODHUSSY” by Cntrlla? Let us know in the comments below or on our social media!
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