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About two months ago I decided to start a new side project. I'd been writing a bit of jackin' bass house and really enjoyed the whole process of it. It didn't really fit with the sound of Bass Kleph, so I started an alias called TAISUN. I'm excited to announce that today, the first official release came out on Perfect Driver Records! It's a three track EP called "My name is TAISUN" and it features a collab I did with my good friend Travis Emmons. Listen to the tracks below.
Avast!! This track was originally sketched out on my phone! I used the iMaschine app while traveling and put down the basic idea. I then imported it to my full-size Maschine and started finishing it off. The main melody got stuck in my head and I was singing it to my self unconsciously. I decided to re-record it with my voice. The same silly way I was singing it in my head. Hahaha. It kinda sounded pirate ish after that, so I then when on the hunt for some good pirate samples and wrote some more...
Teaming up once again, Bass Kleph and M35 deliver “Redlining” on powerhouse SPINNIN’ records sub-division OXYGEN recordings. A dark groove that builds tension towards a manic electro breakdown, it’ll take you straight to the main stage! This is one of those tracks that will get any crowd jumping and screaming for more, it’s got festival season written all over it and you’ll only need one listen to agree. Listen below and download on Beatport!
His first single of 2015, Bass Kleph has dropped his new original ‘Cowboy Coffee’ today on Vacation Records. The track takes you on a wild ride of high energy electro and a funky lead that sample an homage to old western flair. Listen below and pick it up today on Beatport!
Bass Kleph and REVOLVR have teamed up with Splice to give you guys an exclusive inside look at their new track ‘Mile High’ on Cr2 Records!
Splice’s DNA player gives everyone an inside look on the project file of the track, with the ability to view and solo each individual stem, as well as see comments from the both of us on specific parts. Today, we are releasing the Ableton project file of Mile High via Splice, the collaboration platform we used to make the track! For those of you wanting to try this out, all you need to do is create an account on Splice and install the Splice software on your machine (and obviously have Ableton). Any questions you guys have, be sure to comment on the DNA player of the release! – Bass Kleph & Revolvr