Ramsez releases Fog EP on Dirty Beats Music
Ramsez is a bass music producer who started his passion in late 2013. He has released music on Navy Cut, Deep Dark & Dangerous, Version Collective, Silent Motion and now he delights our Dirty Beats family with the Fog EP which will be out on September 20th.
The EP consists in four tracks: Fog, Kinky and Unresolved Issues, words that frame the EP in the aura of mystery and uncertainty.
The last track is a remix by the Cologne-based duo Roklem & Sebalo of the title track.
With melodious beginnings which announce the calm before the storm, the four tracks bring the thunder through the powerful bass and unfold us in the unknown through the waves of notes that rise and fall menacingly, immersing us in a haze charged with music and the tension of sound.
You can purchase the EP from the Bandcamp link above.
Mastering: Marcel Warnas @ MWM Mastering Services
Title: Fog EP
Artist: Ramsez, Roklem & Sebalo
Catalogue nr.: DBM007
Label: Dirty Beats Music
1. Ramsez - Fog
2. Ramsez - Unresolved Issues
3. Ramsez - Kinky
4. Ramsez - Fog (Roklem & Sebalo Remix)
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