Today we welcome Tortuga, the Denver-based duo, into our WUMP family with this killer single, “Flip The Breaker”! These two innovative, wildly creative musicians have been on fire this year, establishing themselves as a dominant force in the renowned Denver underground scene with their highly addictive, refreshingly original style of music. With each release, Tortuga continues to evolve and dip their toes into different genres and styles, which makes them an invaluable contributor to the electronic music scene. While they may have originally made a name for themselves by impressing the electro-funk / electro hip-hop communities, they refuse to confine themselves to that box. They push the envelope time and time again, venturing into electro-swing, glitch hop, sexy downtempo, and just downright filthy bass music. Their vast musical diversity and range, combined with their guitarist’s showmanship and mind-melting riffs, make their live sets really special, and word is spreading very quickly about these guys. We’re humbled and ecstatic to welcome them to our team.
For their WUMP debut, they set the guitar-infused funk aside, and delivered this KILLER progressive bass tune, “Flip The Breaker.” Powerful bass kicks drive this piece right from the start, taking us on a journey through different levels of melody, heavy womps, and ever-evolving percussion rhythms. “Flip The Breaker” is undoubtedly progressive in a really interesting way, as it utilizes a common theme and structure throughout, while the rest of the song swirls and swells around the foundation. It starts off simple, and snowballs into an absolute monster of a song that will be a dancefloor favorite this summer. If you have a subwoofer, you’ll definitely want to break it out to listen to this song to fully experience the heavy bass, because it’s really something else.
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