RAL, One Half of Dubsidia, Unleashes Future Bass Track

January 12, 2016 -

Bradley J. Callison

From the dubby, funky and ground-shaking tracks of Dubsidia comes something just as fresh and enticing. RAL, the solo project from Dubsidia member Jesus, brings an innovative twist to the "future" of bass music. At 22 years old, Jesus has embarked on numerous solo projects as of late and this release comes courtesy via Gramatik's Lowtemp Records.

"Lifestream" comes in with a sense of an unstoppable force to be reckoned with. With the undertaking of RAL, "Lifestream" captures the endeavour of going out into the world and trying something completely new and different. The result pays off in huge way for RAL. While the track lies in the "future" realm it offers something different than the rest. Coming in at six minutes long automatically separates this production from most other future tracks. While some might think this is too long, longer productions have always resonated with me. The track pushes the regular boundaries laid down by those that came before, however the effect this track will have could possibly be setting the new standard in future bass music today.

Those familiar with Dubsidia know that their stage performance and ground-shaking tracks have left audiences breathless across Europe, USA, Canada, Australia, and South Africa. While being aired on BBC Radio 1 and Ministry of Sound numerous times, they have left their mark wherever their music has been played. Well known for strong tracks such as “Kill Humans” and “Elekktroshockk”, Dubsidia continues to push boundaries. With future projects collaborating with Moby, Rico Tubbs, DJ Qbert and Korn, Dubsidia looks to blend styles and provide some of the freshest and innovative productions today.

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