Dubstep producer Stratus just released his Wild new EP Doomsday Bounce today on SubCarbon Records.
Doomsday Bounce, the newest EP from Chicago-based producer Stratus, features four ridiculous wobbling tracks to satisfy your deepest dub cravings. The EP, out today on SubCarbon Records, includes two original tracks and monstrous collaborations with SubDocta and Dirt Monkey.
The four-track EP is full of some of Stratus’s most dynamic material to date; from the first moments of the EP, it is immediately apparent Stratus has leveled up once more. The release opens with three spectacular slapping drops on “Fucking Noise.” On the title track “Doomsday Bounce,” Stratus affectionately pays homage to dubstep nostalgia while attacking the drops with ingenious gritty cuts.
“Homies,” the collaboration with Boulder-based dub guru Dirt Monkey drives the bounce home, with quirky leads reaching across the melodic spectrum. Stratus and SubDocta close the EP with a bang on their collaboration “Bass Cream“, which Rusko dropped as an opening track recently on Holy Ship!, complete with Rusko’s epic moves and all:
Check out the new EP from Stratus below and let us know what you think!
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