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post #331 of 613
I saw that someone else already mentioned Blackmill -Evil Beauty cool.gif.

I also like Blackmill : Flesh and Bones, Sacred River, and Rain. I can bring the album to the GTG if you want Archaea.

Another song with pulsing is Crystal Castles - Violent Dreams.

Blue Sky Black Death has quite the bass in Euphoric Tape album. The song Just in Case the World Ends (Deniro Farrar) track comes to mind.
post #332 of 613
Maximum Excursion

Knocked my projectors lens out of position.
post #333 of 613
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Originally Posted by kwarny View Post

I saw that someone else already mentioned Blackmill -Evil Beauty cool.gif.

I also like Blackmill : Flesh and Bones, Sacred River, and Rain. I can bring the album to the GTG if you want Archaea.

Score... What are we at with Evil Beauty now? +15 or something?

Moving up the demo reference material ladder. Whoever recommended that song should give themselves a pat on the back...
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post #334 of 613
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Originally Posted by kwarny View Post

I saw that someone else already mentioned Blackmill -Evil Beauty cool.gif.

I also like Blackmill : Flesh and Bones, Sacred River, and Rain. I can bring the album to the GTG if you want Archaea.

Another song with pulsing is Crystal Castles - Violent Dreams.

Blue Sky Black Death has quite the bass in Euphoric Tape album. The song Just in Case the World Ends (Deniro Farrar) track comes to mind.


Bring it! A couple s2 subs outta be fun for this stuff.
post #335 of 613
Blackmill has awesome songs! been listening to his stuff for sometime.

If you want some loud deep pounding bass, I would suggest Young Bleed - How You Do DAT There. Its rap...

Anyone listen to Bassic? Check out his song called "Seduction", his music is mostly ambient. I haven't had a chance to play that on my system yet.

Sent from my time machine
post #336 of 613
Here is a tune with some big basslines that have their moments below 20 Hz. However, the guy who made it is a real jerk.
post #337 of 613
The Alkaholiks: Read My Lips (ULF, it wasn't really audible on my dual 10" ported subs, but was RIDICULOUS on my quad 12“ sealed sub!)
Keith Sweat: How Deep Is Your Love
E40: Sidewayz
Dr. Dre: High Powered
A Perfect Circle: The Package
post #338 of 613
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I really like Example-Kickstart (Bar9 remix). This has a nice bassline, below 30Hz for sure.

I also like Lullaby-A Perfect Circle. I feel this song could induce headaches. Ha.

I also like to listen to "The dream will kill you(16Hz screw of I love your girl)" on youtube. It's somewhat distorted, but it pounds out a nice 16Hz bassline.

Example-Kickstart (Bar9 remix) : This is a good song, has a decent low end through the entire song.

Lullaby-A Perfect Circle : while it is low and impressive, the song is not much of a song more like one drum measure and a line of lyrics....
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Suit and Tie by Justin Timberlake intro has some REALLY low stuff, that I'd bet 99% of the systems in America won't even produce. I could feel it and see it more than hear it for the first 43 seconds, until he says you ready JT? When the normal song starts - it's just normal bass, but the intro had my projector screen shaking even at low volumes, and had me feeling strange!

That JT song has enough to make the glass on my plasma flex a little bit.....
GOOD STUFF



edit

I played a few of these at some get togethers:

Listen to all 9 beats: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PUxqoH7JDq8&list=PLA18CBB364796E530
#6 is my favorite....
post #339 of 613
I picked up Tyga 'Careless World, Rise of the Last King' the other week - some good bass in that :thumbup:


Not exactly family-friendly lyrics, mind... lol
post #340 of 613
Scary Christmas by Hedegaard

N8DOGG recommended this song over in the JTR Thread. I have yet to find a good quality version, but the version I did download had me grinning ear to ear. Man, intense...!
Edited by popalock - 8/25/13 at 7:32am
post #341 of 613
Here's a great tune, with some very good bass as well. Not the most hardcore bass from all the tunes here, but it is kick ass. The video is great too, especially for those of us who grew up in the 80's.
post #342 of 613
Subscribed til I get all my speakers set up!
post #343 of 613
Just found this one. It goes deep!

Kevin Gates - 4:30am

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post #344 of 613
not sure if girl talk has been mentioned but i really like the mix from them called all day. its the newer one i believe. it has some nice tight bass. smile.gifsmile.gif
post #345 of 613
If there are any Nine Inch Nail fans out there, they have a new album coming out on the 3rd of September. They are selling two different versions, the regular loud version and an "audiophile" version. If you preorder from their website, you get to download both versions on the 3rd. For $12 I said why not!
post #346 of 613
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Originally Posted by Archaea View Post

Suit and Tie by Justin Timberlake intro has some REALLY low stuff, that I'd bet 99% of the systems in America won't even produce. I could feel it and see it more than hear it for the first 43 seconds, until he says you ready JT? When the normal song starts - it's just normal bass, but the intro had my projector screen shaking even at low volumes, and had me feeling strange!

Actually this song has very low bass all through it. At around 3 min mark when it breaks, even more heavy low end, below 20hz I'm guessing. Running Paradigm Sub2.
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post #348 of 613
lugoober-- diving drill http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9eku9R1e9Os&list=FLsY9K3eEk2rUBlI7k7hS22g&index=19

Imagine Dragons- Radiohead (LXR remix) http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TWfV1otvFLs

These songs have some great bass and are a couple of my favs, especially that radiohead remake. Great dub
Edited by cchunter - 9/10/13 at 2:03pm
post #349 of 613
Juicy J feat. Justin Timberlake - The Woods.... has some damn good bass!

[Url] http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=r7BxRmWT8uY&sns=em[/URL]

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post #350 of 613
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lugoober-- diving drill http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9eku9R1e9Os&list=FLsY9K3eEk2rUBlI7k7hS22g&index=19

Imagine Dragons- Radiohead (LXR remix) http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TWfV1otvFLs

These songs have some great bass and are a couple of my favs, especially that radiohead remake. Great dub

Really enjoyed these. Thanks for the recommendations!
post #351 of 613
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Really enjoyed these. Thanks for the recommendations!
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post #352 of 613
Zakk Wylde: Just Doing Time

The Cult Embers

Sade: Soldier of Love.
post #353 of 613
May have been mentioned already, but the latest Daft Punk album has some great bass.

Doin' it Right
Lose Yourself to Dance
Beyond
The Game of Love
post #354 of 613
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May have been mentioned already, but the latest Daft Punk album has some great bass.

Doin' it Right
Lose Yourself to Dance
Beyond
The Game of Love

Problem is that album sucks.......
post #355 of 613
Beautiful bass: "Savant on Musrooms"

Savant has other really good stuff too, definitely worth checking out.
post #356 of 613
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Originally Posted by spddy101 View Post

Beautiful bass: "Savant on Musrooms"

Savant has other really good stuff too, definitely worth checking out.

good stuff
post #357 of 613
Ed Solo song = Egyptian Horns
post #358 of 613
If you want just stupid amounts of low bass look at Decaf's edited tracks. It's largely rap and some EDM(dubstep) that has been slowed and/or EQed, not chopped and screwed. You can download his stuff for free herehttp://www.ram-designs.com/decaf/.

He has a couple of original tracks as well that are well worth a listen like "White Clouds": http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=S96SguswXY4

You guys seem to like Awolnation's "Sail" so here is the deepest remix I've heard of it by Liquid Stranger: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WCQ4TW4c8hE

The Studio Clouds remix of A Team's "Ed Sheeran": http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pHtpaDUH-CI

Gorillaz - "On Melancholy Hill" ( HyGrade Remix ): http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9xEGywbvCLk

Instrumental Core: http://www.reverbnation.com/InstrumentalCore/songs mainly "A Place In Heaven" and "The Angels Among Demons"

And lastly, just to mix it up up "The View of Palaven" from the Mass Effect 3 Soundtrack: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yAJqAMBfJ74
post #359 of 613
One guy whose bassy tunes I have been digging recently is Com Truise. Heavy bass with the coolest 80's electro vibe. Check out a few of these tunes:




post #360 of 613
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Ed Solo song = Egyptian Horns

I didn't have a chance to really crank it, but I dug this one...
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