With undeniable verve and subwoofer savvy, power pair Super Future and Wreckno join forces yet again for “Bassline”, an experimental dance floor demolisher. As the first track off of Super […]
With undeniable verve and subwoofer savvy, power pair Super Future and Wreckno join forces yet again for “Bassline”, an experimental dance floor demolisher. As the first track off of Super Future’s upcoming Crimson EP, the dynamic duo open the vault to Rezz’s HypnoVizion label for this burly, bass-heavy release.
Super Future’s track record is nothing short of impressive, categorizing himself as a sonically dynamic trailblazer that transcends the bounds of freeform bass, dubstep, trap, downtempo, and beyond. His versatility has allowed him to contribute to elite labels including Mersiv’s MorFlo Records, CloZee’s Odyzey Records, and Liquid Stranger’s WAKAAN and SSKWAN. This summer, he also closed out Rezz’s first official HypnoVizion event at the Brooklyn Mirage with an entrancing late-night set. With monumental festival slots ranging from feral hours at Summer Camp to coveted sunrise sets at Electric Forest, Super Future has proven to be a must-have on any lineup. Now that all eyes are on him, Super Future prepares to join Ravenscoon, LSDREAM, and CloZee on their highly-anticipated tours this fall.
Wreckno is on a hot streak of their own, serving as the most in-demand vocalist in the world of bass music, demonstrated in their infectious 2023 HypnoVizion collaboration with Rezz and Quackson, “Gyrate”. As an unapologetic LGBTQ+ icon with an insatiable thirst for moving the masses, Wreckno has had a chokehold on the festival circuit with fans flocking for their tantalizing freeform finesse. Recently making noise at Shambhala, Moonrise Festival, and Electric Forest, Wreckno now gears up for The Takeout Tour, consisting of headline shows, festival dates, and support sets for Big Gigantic, CloZee, Zeds Dead, and Mersiv.
Super Future and Wreckno are well-regarded for their provocative collaborations and racey remixes as shown in both their 2020 Hypernatural EP and Ass Throwers Anonymous Soundcloud mix series. “Bassline” has been rinsed as a steamy ID in the mix series and live sets, familiarly mixed with Nicki Minaj’s iconic “Monster” verse, but today we are blessed with the track in its all-original glory.
“Bassline” opens with a pensive ensemble of atmospheric synths that echo over a slow-burning, filtered bass line. Wreckno’s dominant vocals act as the propulsion force as the crescendo builds, declaring that they’ve “been busy making ’em go crazy with the bassline”.
Super Future’s melodic bass control and Wreckno’s sassy sound design take center stage, as the pair throw down a bouncy, vibrating arrangement detailed by distorted twangs and Wreckno’s audacious rhyme scheme. As the second verse circles back, Super Future incorporates a trap-infused drumbeat and record scratches that wink to his genre-defying tendencies.
“Bassline” is undoubtedly a statement track that provides fans with a spicy taste of Super Future’s Crimson EP and acts as an electrifying addition to HypnoVizion’s expanding catalog of bass-fueled heaters.
Here is what Super Future had to say about his powerhouse collaboration with Wreckno,“Bassline”:
“This song has gone on a long journey, but the emphasis and power of the drop (and actual bassline) has always been there. The authority of this bassline stretches across the whole track in a very “experimental bass” way, but also has a feeling reminiscent of an actual distorted bass guitar running through those notes. That’s the feeling I wanted to give the main sound – and who better to match that energy with perfect lyricism than our good friend Wreckno?” – Super Future
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