New MusicNews

Hekler Debuts On Deadbeats With Intergalactic Track “OG BOI BE BACK”

Hekler just landed his first release on Zeds Dead’ label Deadbeats with a powerful dubstep track called “OG BOI BE BACK”.

Beginning with a cinematic intro, the single builds into an unexpectedly psychedelic drop filled with wonky wubs and aggressive bass. This track feels intergalactic and listeners may worry they were abducted by aliens.

This release follows Hekler’s recent remixes for future bass favorites Whethan and William Black. He additionally just dropped music on the labels Thrive and Barong Family before adding to the Deadbeats catalog.

The Las Vegas native has a surprisingly classical background, having left his job in a symphony to start producing bass music. His influences are vast including drum ’n’ bass and future bass artists like Noisia and G Jones.  Iconic tracks like “Buggaz,” and “Wraith” with Yooki are expertly produced with a composition-like drama, but with enough grit to break necks.

Listen to the “OG BOI BE BACK” below:

Featured image from Hekler 

Written by
Danielle Levy

Danielle Levy is an MBA with a concentration in Corporate Social Responsibility. Danielle has several years of experience in the sustainability education world and has held various positions in human resources and intern management. Danielle is passionate about the ties between sustainability and social impact.

Related Articles

New Music

Fisher Finally Rolls Out Viral, Sexy Coachella ID “Take It Off”

The viral, sexy ID that sent fans wild during Fisher and Chris...

Music FestivalsNews

Less Than 50 Days Out, Tomorrowland Drops 2023 Set Times & Fantastical Trailer

We are now less than 50 days until the 2023 edition of...

New Music

AQUA and Tiësto Join Forces for Epic Remix of Iconic Hit “Barbie Girl“

Danish dance-pop group AQUA and legendary Dutch DJ and music producer Tiësto...

New Music

CloZee Releases Emotionally Moving Single Entitled “Courage”

Embarking on the next chapter of her Microworlds project, CloZee invites her...