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Divergent Spectrum by Bassnectar

Album

Divergent Spectrum

Bassnectar

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Album

Divergent Spectrum

Bassnectar

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Label: Amorphous Music
Following up 2009's Cozza Frenzy, Bassnectar's Lorin Ashton applies the lessons learned from nonstop touring to a set of supercharged bangers that might just be his heaviest work yet. Industrial-strength hip-hop beats meet corrosive jungle breaks, and throughout, dubstep's trademark "wobble" bass shudders like a chainsaw in an earthquake, tearing through Ellie Goulding's pop trance and Gogol Bordello's "Immigraniada." "Boomerang" pairs heavy metal guitars with moshed-up electronic beats, but the best tracks, like "Red Step" and "Upside Down," favor shimmy over bombast.

About This Album

Following up 2009's Cozza Frenzy, Bassnectar's Lorin Ashton applies the lessons learned from nonstop touring to a set of supercharged bangers that might just be his heaviest work yet. Industrial-strength hip-hop beats meet corrosive jungle breaks, and throughout, dubstep's trademark "wobble" bass shudders like a chainsaw in an earthquake, tearing through Ellie Goulding's pop trance and Gogol Bordello's "Immigraniada." "Boomerang" pairs heavy metal guitars with moshed-up electronic beats, but the best tracks, like "Red Step" and "Upside Down," favor shimmy over bombast.

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About This Album

Following up 2009's Cozza Frenzy, Bassnectar's Lorin Ashton applies the lessons learned from nonstop touring to a set of supercharged bangers that might just be his heaviest work yet. Industrial-strength hip-hop beats meet corrosive jungle breaks, and throughout, dubstep's trademark "wobble" bass shudders like a chainsaw in an earthquake, tearing through Ellie Goulding's pop trance and Gogol Bordello's "Immigraniada." "Boomerang" pairs heavy metal guitars with moshed-up electronic beats, but the best tracks, like "Red Step" and "Upside Down," favor shimmy over bombast.