I Love Bass Music is a facebook page which operates as a blog and extension of the The New Toronto. To celebrate One Year since its launch, I Love Bass Music has put together its first full length compilation. Released today for FREE, the compilation features 17 tracks from producers from around the world including a number of Canadian and Toronto based producers. The release is available now as a free download via bandcamp and it features tracks from Look Like, Henry Krinkle, Lohko, Exeter, Jesse Futerman, Sp3ktre, Dro Carey, Rommek, Pále, Goldenboy, Heim, Royce Rolls, George Jetson, Rewrote, VLSONN, Cure, and Ryan Hemsworth.
“Launched in May 2011, I Love Bass Music operates as a central aggregation site for all things bass music. Dubstep, House, Techno, Juke, Garage, 2-step, Trap, Hip Hop….. if it has a fat low end, chances are it has been posted on the page.
Now transmitting from various areas in Canada, we look to feature artists from around the world that are making interesting music that operates in our desired frequencies. Over the last year we have had the privilege of sharing amazing musical projects from all sorts of artists, familiar favorites and upstart producers alike. We’ve spent countless hours scouring the internet, listening to the radio, and sifting through record stores, and we’ve been lucky enough to have loads of promos and demos sent our way so that we enjoy the music ourselves and, in turn, share it with our readers.
So as a way to give back to you all for your support over the last year we’ve compiled a compilation of some of the artists that we have had the privilege of learning about through this page and in our daily digs for new music.
Clocking in at 17 tracks and 73 minutes, ILBM001 explores all the edges of the bass world spectrum. Crazy drum edits, weird Moog-led soundscapes, chopped up and re-pitched vocals, syncopated percussion, and a wealth of low frequency experiments. World wide representation on this one.
Big thanks to all the listeners, readers, and contributors.”