Just released by New York-based producer Feral is the five-track Haymaker EP, proof that there is still plenty of room for fresh voices in bass music. "Rollercoaster," a cut pulled from that release, is as exactly as gut-wrenching as the name implies; Feral runs a Middle Eastern-referencing sample through the grinder and splashes the results over a grimey bass riff that bounces around the room like a hungry panther. The beat weaves in and out of the production methodically, creating a tension-filled track with the type of low-end you need to feel to understand.
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