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Sunday Morning Medicine Vol 160, 'Unlikely Contenders' with Zeds Dead, Bassnectar, Pretty Lights, + extra – EDM All Day

Bass music’s omnipresent ringleader, Bassnectar, kicks off this week’s version of Sunday Morning Medicine, Unlikely Contenders. The hair-thrashing dubstep maestro’s older catalog is brimming with spaced-out downtempo (most notably choices from Mesmerizing the Ultra of 2005 and Underground Communication of 2007). “Laughter Crescendo,” from his more moderen Vava Voom (2012) with its splashy, rippling atmosphere, is a surefire approach to catch a dose of the acid giggles this Sunday Morning.

Pretty Lights is, and at all times has been, a type of uncommon artists who can sew old-school extremities to new-school infrastructure. Taken from his token analog electronica document, A Color Map of the Sun, is the halcyon comfortable music “Yellow Bird.” Let Pretty Lights heal all weekend wounds, with the monitor’s recoiling, instrument-abound hip-hop loop, winding just like the weak wrapping of an emotional bandage.

Despite his latest delve into heavy riddim dubstep, Virtual Riot has launched some really tender and melodic tracks over time, from liquid drum ‘n’ bass to glitchy future bass. This week’s choice, “Pixel Forest,” resides with the latter. The pixelated lead synth and pitched-up vocal samples are the perfect recipe for a Sunday spent sitting in entrance of the Nintendo.

Zeds Dead aka “The Boys,” are categorical softies. Inside practically each ear-pummeling dubstep manufacturing from these two is a poignant heart (“Collapse 2.zero,” “Shut Up & Sing V2.zero,” “Blink”). A uncooked demonstration of this emotional vigor, “Slow Down,” that includes Jenna Pemkowski, is a stripped-back, downtempo center finger to those that intention to pigeonhole Zeds Dead inside anybody style. The monitor additionally serves as a young crescendo to their most up-to-date album, Northern Lights, and outro to their second version of their Catching Z’s combine collection: an entrancing outlet for his or her softer sounds. Oh, and it’s not unhealthy for a Sunday detox, both. For optimum outcomes, pair with a fruit rainbow and multi-vitamin.

Capping off Unlikely Contenders is the “Head Splitter” himself, Getter. The Californian just lately renounced his publish among the many scene’s most fearsome bass savages, divulging into his want for “Something New,” and releasing himself from the confines of his former picture. The fluttery monitor is an expedient Sunday vessel into uncharted and untainted bodily terrain.

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