Bass DJ/Producer Hydraulix continues his debut album rollout with his third offering, “Concrete” after the prior two releases of “Waratah” and “Another Minute.” On his latest track, worlds collide as the bass artists team up with Ohio based alternative hip-hop artist, Jasiah out now on WAKKAN label.
In “Concrete”, the Sydney native pushes his sound further into unprecedented territory to unleash an uncompromising bass metal hybrid treat. While both tracks rest on the hip hop spectrum, it explores two completely different styles while preserving a unique dubstep sound. The track combines Jasiah’s unique vocals with Hydraulix’s sleek downbeat sub bassline, the alternative hip hop gem once again proves that his debut album will be his most diverse piece of work yet.
Hydraluix told us that “‘Concrete’ started as something I wrote with a bunch of mates in the room. I was showing them some different tricks I had learnt but I always knew it could be more than just that. It slowly progressed over time, taking on different forms until I had the instrumental you hear now. My team and I knew that when I was working on the album we wanted a rapper for ‘Concrete’. I threw out Jasiah as a pipe dream and my homie, Afterthought, was able to help us connect the dots. To my surprise, Jasiah loved the beat and was actually down to get on it.”
Enjoy the release below.