The King of “Vomitstep” experiments with an extra-heavy, instrumental-driven sound on his new release “Redline” in collaboration with Boogie T
Snails’s army of basshead fans shouldn’t despair, however – “Redline” is as bass-centric as ever, delivering a reverberating bassline and massive drop with lacerating synths. The addition of funky vocals and electric guitar riffs by Boogie T. distinguishes “Redline” from Snails’s other productions, positioning the track as an upbeat, more dancefloor friendly track amongst his blackout-inducing soundscapes. “Redline” follows Snails’s melodic bass release “Magnets” with Zeds Deadand Akylla and his remix album of his cult favorite “The Shell.” Snails continues to expand his label, Slugz Music, by pulling in diverse collaborations that still remain true to his signature sound.
Snails is truly an artist whose music has no boundaries. His “Vomitstep” sound first found a home on the praised label OWSLA and has led him to work alongside figures like Skrillex, Diplo and more. Snailsrecently launched his label Slugz Music as a home for his music and others’ that is as outrageous as they want it to be.
Currently making the rounds on his massive North American tour, Snails has a special treat for attendees in the form of his brand new stage The Shell 2.0 The stage is being called a “holographic bass music experience powered by groundbreaking production” and is done in part with Beama Visuals, the stage production wizards for Excision and other impressive clientele. Snails’s festival Sluggtopia 2 was an epic kickoff to the tour, setting the bar high for the rest of the stops.