BASS: Grems – Vampire

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Headphones brand Skullcandy have collaborated with multi skilled underground French producer Grems to release his debut album Vampire, out May 13th.

First Single & Video: Vampire, out now. Click here to watch.

Teaser track: Schlag Music. Click here to listen.

Notorious for always pushing the boundaries, Skullcandy have cemented their reputation as banner men for fresh new music by co-producing Vampire with Grems, one of the most celebrated artists of the European underground scene. Grems’ vast artistic portfolio includes production, beatmaking, design, MCing and street art. For just a taste, check http://www.gremsindustry.com

Expect influences ranging from Hip Hop to Deep House to Broken Beats as well as guest appearances from the best of UK and European talent including Foreign Beggars, Simbad, and more. The album was produced with an analogue treatment for the ultimate authentic sound, staying true to Skullcandy’s mantra of ‘Supreme Sound’ and mastered by At Jazz, one of the most celebrated UK deep house producers.

Other info: EP (digital and limited 12 inch edition, again produced by Skullcandy, will be released in early June featuring Foreign Beggars and 20SYL (C2C).

Check out Grems’ previous collaboration with Foreign Beggars ‘Broka Billy’ remixed by Machinedrum here and last year’s well received ‘Dimanche’ here.

Grems will be touring live all over his native France in April and May, heading to London’s Notting Hill Arts Club on June 13th.

Vampire will be available on all formats including iTunes, Beatport, Amazon

May 13th. Stay tuned to the Skullcandy blog for the latest info.

grems at work SKDY

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