With a name so deadly, it’s hard not to imagine the music reflecting the exact same thing. Dreadhauk’s latest release is gives off the perfect vibes just in time for Halloween. Deep, dark and heavy is what comes to mind on first listen to “Feed The Monsta“. Giving his own spin on the hot and rising sounds of bass house, Dreadhauk leaves our appetite not yet fully satisfied, but in a good way. With the potential and a unique style, Dreadhauk has plenty of room to further experiment and elaborate on one of the most intriguing trends in dance music today. This track comes in heavy and with tons of energy for a house record. Crisp hi-hats polish things off nicely and you barely have time to take a breath during the second buildup up until the end of the production. While most bass/future house tracks these days aren’t as high energy, I prefer the approach Dreadhauk took when mixing things up. I will remain anxious until the next release by this Orange County native and until then, stay hungry my friends.