Playing tracks by
Eminem, Rae Sremmurd, Lil Uzi Vert, 21 Savage, Tha Trickaz/Creaky Jackals and more.
This show was 5th in the global dubstep chart, 7th in the global electro chart and 9th in the global trap chart.
SLANDER has never been scared of taking chances. The production duo helped bring so many new sound design elements into dance music, that their bold attitude is more or less worn on their sleeve. In their most recent release, a collaboration with up and comer Wavedash relies on heavy tension builds and an unrelenting bass drop.
‘Move Back' starts off with a full minute of build up that will have your palms sweaty preparing for the drop. When that track does give away and the bass smacks you in the face, SLANDER's experience with the genres shines brilliantly. The drop is rough, dirty, and will no doubt leave you with a grimace of bass filth on your face. The outro breaks into a borderline melodic portion that really drives home the clean production of the track.
While ‘Move Back' is an awesome tune and brutal in all the right ways, I have to say I was hoping for something a little more off the cuff.