Below The Surface Showcases The Underground On ‘Sounds From Below Vol. 2’


While their name may be Below The Surface, the San Francisco based label has been steadily on the rise. With consistently impressive releases they’re on track for a massive breakout year. If this is your first time hearing about Below The Surface, don’t worry, Sounds From Below Vol. is the perfect introduction. The 16 track compilation is jam-packed with some of the most forward-thinking bass music you’ll hear this month. From front to back this one snaps but there’s a few choice tracks that’ve really caught my attention. Himmel’s ‘Mosh’ blends gellaitry grooves with a darker trap aesthetic, making it a can’t miss. Gurf and bd hbt push the envelope with brain-bending sound design on ‘Ooh Waa’ and ‘og’. HMU is quickly becoming a FUXWITHIT favoourite and he brings his signature bounce through for ‘Move’. It’s an infectious cut that sound like hyphy in 2049. Other can’t miss tunes include Jon Casey’s club monster ‘Playtime’ and Dj Ride’s aptly titled ‘In Your Face’. Check the whole compilation below and let us know your favourites.


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