[GOODSEX TIPS] Bentley Dean Lays the Bass on Thick in Chills Remix
-Make the Music You Want to Hear in the World-
This is a concept often lost in the current music production game right now. Too many make the music they think people want to hear or they remix a track only because they know the original is popular enough to push theirs to the top of any search engine, but not Bentley Dean. Everything this Chicago based producer on the rise has done so far has pushed the genre boundaries and have been off the beaten path of mainstream music. This has grown him a lot of support both locally and from record labels such as Hysteria, Vudu, Three Dot House & Peak Hour Music who have all released Bentley’s tracks.
In his latest remix, which has been released on Future Factory, Bentley Dean has ventured into a dangerous waters. I don’t mean that this release was risky in any way but more that the music just sounds dangerous. The wobbles on this track are so fat and meaty that you may actually get hurt from the grime spewed as the bass line quickly surrounds you like pool of hot fudge. The vocal sample juxtaposes against this like a dove flying in a thunderstorm, bringing me back to early Bassnectar releases. Despite the impending darkness this track may seem to inflict, it somehow leaves you with a taste of hope, so grab a FREE download HERE and take a listen on a oversized sound system to foster the possibility of actual transcendence to the afterlife.