Can Duskus satisfy the “Gods”

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Gods“, it better be a song for the ages because with a title like that, it’s going to get criticized by a lot of people. This track has been out for only 3 days but it’s already gaining a lot of traction on Soundcloud and it doesn’t look to be stopping any time soon. It has over 1,700 likes, over 480 reposts, and way over 23k plays. If you want to break down the math to see the average over 3 days, it’s pretty freaking insane. This is only the beginning, YouTube channel Future Bass just released it less than a couple of hours ago and it already has over 1,500 views. So, who’s this mystery artist we are speaking of? The name is Duskus, he’s an upcoming producer from London who made his way onto the scene after his affiliation with Bitbird and Elysian Records. Keep him in mind when you think of future bass and trap, one mix of sugar and spice. Listen to “Gods” and criticize it heavily, because it sure as heck is difficult to dislike.

 

The only time you’ll ever enjoy a “Hit & Run”

Let’s get the Future Bass train running full steam ahead because we have Slyboots bringing in the ever-so-talented Louis Torre to feature in this really sick track, “Hit & Run”. You ask yourself, why did they just make the analogy of a train picking up steam? Well, for every artist, there is just one track, one track that can change everything. As for the genre, this is not your typical Future Bass, this hits with some Hard Rock but also a sense of chill vibes. There are so many different layers to this track that we feel it can propel Slyboots and “Hit & Run” to all across the globe. Right off the bat, we get the chill synthesizers that keep the waves coming in to set up the Future Bass tempo. Once it starts to pick up, it goes on full speed when the electric guitar comes in with a sick solo that slowly builds up as well to so very intricate riffs and guitar picking. We are blown away here by this composition. Hop on board because this train is not stopping anytime soon.