Wednesday, May 24, 2017

Bump In The Hump: May 24 (Season 6, Episode 4)

  • Junior Jack - Stupidisco (Angel Heredia & Jerome Robins Remix)
  • RYME - Libra Tendencies
  • London Grammar - Oh Woman Oh Man (Tiga Remix)
  • Smalltown DJs - How Could You
  • Jay Z - Public Service Announcement (Marco Marz Bootleg)
  • 50 Cent - In Da Club (Kavi Remix)
  • Alnath - Pull
  • Audiation - Back Again
    • Unreleased
  • Slushii x Marshmello - Twinbow (NATI x AWAL Bootleg)
  • Simtem - Elbows Up
  • Future Magic - Get Away (ft. Kye Munroe)
  • Fahjah - What We Could've Been (ft. Emma Chatt)
  • Yang & DJ Xquizit - Tiger Blood

Bump In The Hump Sneak Peek: Jay Z - PSA (Marco Marz Bootleg)

As teased in interviewMarco Marz released his Jay-Z "Public Service Announcement" bootleg this Monday. Obviously the promise of working with Hova's flows is appealing in itself, but it's the perfect fit with Marco's G-House style. He absolutely nails the retro vibes, building a thorough bass thump and simple yet precise percussion that plays perfectly with the piano. To top it all off, the spinbacks and other effects give the 2003 track a final polish. D/L it free & catch it tonight on Bump In The Hump. Marco Marz is surrounded by more thumping house, including BADLQQK brothers RYME, as well as Tiga, Smalltown DJs, Jerome Robins, and Kavi Indatissa with a remix of "In Da Club." There's also some hard stuff with Simtem, Nati, and an exclusive premiere from Audiation. We finish off with the feels from Future Magic, Fahjah and Yang. Tune in live tonight from 6-7 PM EDT on Radio Humber, and find all episodes cataloged here.


Tuesday, May 23, 2017

G-Buck - The Function (ft. Jesse Slayter & Aziz The Shake)

Although we're on the opposite side of the calendar of Halloween, the latest from G-Buck screams haunted house party. "The Function," with help from Jesse Slayter and Aziz The Shake, emits a dark shadow from the speakers, as ominous as a death rattle. Picture the three hooded figures in the basement of your childhood nightmares performing part satanic ritual, part monster mash. It's like an evil, electro rock band. And for me that's the best part, imagining these three going ham, bringing about utter madness and malevolence from the wretched revelers. G-Buck bangs away at the drums and bass, filling the space with sheer sinfulness, while Jesse Slayter lives up to his name slaying the guitar. But the most important bit is Aziz summoning spirits with his fearsome flow. Like his line "I'm LeBron James, you could try and stop this," you'll find that it's nearly impossible to stop the king, or the craft of this killer trio. Stream the sinister creation that is "The Function" and follow its hosts below. FOLLOW G-BUCK: FACEBOOK SOUNDCLOUD TWITTER