Saturday, March 21, 2015

Teddy Killerz - Teddynator

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Since their climatic signing in 2014, Teddy Killerz have been working on these slabs of tectonic bass with the upmost precision. Wanting a release which reflected their inclination for hard-hitting, depth defying basslines and foreboding percussion loops, this next one from the eastern European trio is formidably huge.

It is clear to see why they were quickly picked up by Skrillex’s label, OWSLA, through a crowd baying competition during a remix contest. This lead to a few of their most prominent releases to date, including the remix of the certified dancefloor detonator ‘Ragga Bomb’ for the label owner, which Teddy Killerz switched up the tempo for. 

And following this colossal feat is first track ‘Teddynator’. They’re unintimidated when following in the steps of their last few releases; this record is baying for blood with sharpened hooks and a drop which rolls out furiously. Pounding subs underpin a heavily imposing composition and there’s no denying its power in enveloping every aural synapse pulsating with the track’s bassline. For those of you unaware of who Teddy Killerz are, this is a cataclysmic introduction. 

Up next, ‘Endlessly’ doesn’t allow you to pause for breath. A trait well-known within Teddy Killerz creeping production style breaks out in between waves of a powerful riddim. A dark tinkling which breaks out like a beacon against its backdrop, the tell-tale arpeggio adds to its ominous atmospherics. Lending a complexity which is both weighty and intricately fierce. 

So proceed with caution. Littered with the kind of no holds barred stylistic features which made the producers infamous and lead to their Ram Records signing, this is only a precursor for what’s to come. 

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