Moody Good returns to Deadbeats with heavy experimental bass cut, ‘Kush’
English music producer Edwin “Eddie” John Jefferys was once known as one-half of 16bit. Since making his solo debut as Moody Good in 2014, Jefferys has released under every prominent bass label from Never Say Die and OWSLA to Deadbeats. Fresh off a hot new collaboration with SLANDER and KARRA in “Heart Break,” and a heated track on Subtronics’ Wooked on Tronics EP, Moody Good continues to keep his flame ignited. He’s returned to the release furnace with a freshly baked tune called “Kush.”
Arriving as his second Deadbeats release, following “Bite Your Lip” this past summer, Mood Good’s newest offering is sure to be every bass-lovers dream. The track combines spooky, spacey sounds, smooth drops, and ever-changing bass lines, all graciously layered beneath slightly altered vocals, heavy snares, and lo-fi crackles. The result is a wild experimental track that menacingly heavy. Arguably so, “Kush” might also just be one of Jeffery’s wobbliest and wonkiest tracks to date.
Moody Good is currently along his Sunny Side Up headlining tour. View dtes and cities below and grab tickets here.
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