With his much-buzzed-about hip-hop/dubstep fusion project just a week away from release, DJ Muggs is stoking the flames of anticipation with another fresh single release. The follow-up to last November’s Wikid, which received lukewarm reader reviews despite an appearance by hip-hop legend Chuck D, Headfirst is even more aurally aggressive than its predecessor, featuring a beat so packed with rumbling synth-bass, chopped-up vocals samples and frenetically-syncopated percussion that it threatens to overwhelm the larger-than-life Danny Brown. Feeling it? You can expect plenty more genre-bending beats and eclectic guest features on Muggs’ Bass for Your Face LP, set to hit record stores and online retailers Tuesday, January 15, via Ultra Music.
Written by richard on 01/9/13
Industry veteran DJ Muggs is readying the release of his Dupstep-influenced new solo project, Bass For Your Face. The 10 song project (which will include two bonus tracks) features previously-released cuts "Snap Your Neck...
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"Snap Your Neck Back" (2012)
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