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When it comes to bass music artists, few of their alias' truly encompass their music as much as Atomic Reactor and Root Mass do theirs. Atomic Reactor's style is a fusion of beats and space, a reactive place for explosive bass and glitched out synths that both blow you out and draw you in. Root Mass, representing the Mile High Sound Movement, ha s a style consisting of ground rumbling funky grooves and baselines, tied together with crowd moving beats. Both young producers have shown flashes of brilliance, and a real knack for where their music fits on a larger scale. Resonating throughout their music are splashes of funk, hints of hip-hop, but all tied into a futuristic soundscape they'll have you wondering what planet the beat brought you to.
Collaborative studio work is a regular thing for both Fort Collins artists, hitting the bass community with their heavy Torsion Mixer EP released on Simplify Recordings earlier this year. So now it's only appropriate that the two would be back on the grind with a collaborative EP for the always great Adapted Records. An exclusive on Addictech, the EP features 3 tracks, 1 original from each producer as well as collaboration between the two. Starting out with the lead track Mind Shuffle, Atomic Reactor really deals a blow to the head. The glittering lead synth melody gives way to a breakbeat that'll surely get ones head bobbing, and just as you think the track will continue on this blissful tip Atomic Reactor deals you the squishy virtual bass. Abandon all traditional human dance moves at this point and channel your inner animal. Second on the EP is the Atomic Reactor and Root Mass collaboration titled Hot 32th. This one has more of an intergalactic vibe, opening with a spaced out cinematic feel and transporting the listener into an asteroid belt of heavy bass contrasted with uplifting background synths. Last up on the EP but certainly not least is Root Mass' original Groovewise. Again with an airy intro leading into deep, rattling undertones, this one really shows that Root Mass has a handle on the funky low end.
Release date: Nov 28, 2012