2015-06-04T11:05:24-04:00 2015-08-17T20:34:45-04:00

Future bass veteran XVII flips Flume's "Some Minds" with melodic kick-drum rhythm

Sweeping the Los Angeles future bass scene with popular night life anthems such as his flip of Alison Wonderland's "U Don't Know" and recent massive single "Anax", XVII is the first hand to reinterpret "Some Minds". Originally, Flume's track is a consistent expression of his signature production, touched by slow chord progression on the synth keyboard. XVII brings a whole other vibe to a vocally driven song by rhythmically building up a soft kick-drum into insane synth warps.

By buzzing in and out of each drop, XVII adds another dimension onto "Some Minds" that is pulsating through our bodies. He redirects attentional focus towards trap cowbells and hyperspace controls preparing for launch. He's worked with Andrew Luce, released on Elysian Records, and continues to murder the siren on every track. Check out his Soundcloud handle for more dieseled drops.

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Bass · Electronic · Future Beat · Trap


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