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Introducing Tripp St: Enigmatic beat maker ups the mystery on new ‘Block Party’ mix

Here at Conscious Electronic, we love all things bass — breakbeat, downtempo, left-field, experimental, dubstep in all its forms, you name it. As the underground bass movement has begun its full ascendancy in the US, we’ve been keeping a finger on the pulse of up-and-coming bass artists the country over. As such, CE’Rising Bass Spotlight seeks to shine a light onto the rising producers who’re honing their craft, galvanizing their movements, and attuning eyes, ears, heads, and bodies into all things low end.


Who is Tripp St.?

It’s a question that’s been on everyone’s mind since early May when the mystery bass music producer first came barreling onto the scene with their debut mix, Welcome to Tripp St. With the kind of honed instincts and production skills of an established producer, industry tastemakers even began suspecting that the sounds coming from the no-name producer had to be from a new side project of an established veteran. Drawing comparisons to the likes of TipperPretty Lights, and Manic Focus, As he or she went on to release even more mixtapes, including a Sermon Mix that made our Midweek Mantra Mix, an appearance on SummerEyes live stream, and inclusion in CloZee‘s remix package for Neon Jungle. the question is still being begged: Who is Tripp St.?

As far as the identity of this mysterious newcomer goes, only the future will tell with this enigmatic force-to-be-reckoned. But Tripp St. has released their newest mixtape, which makes the talent the perfect selection for CE‘s Rising Bass Spotlight. Clocking in at hour-and-twenty-two minutes, Tripp St. takes listeners on a journey through glitchy breakbeats, soulful measures, energetic DnB tempos, layered bass line drifts, and so much more. It’s chill and heavy, hard and melodic, all at once, and expertly laid out to tell a sonic story. With features from Schmoop & Jade Cicada’s “Gnomad,” CloZinger’s “The Renegade Queen,” Duffrey’s “Sucker Punch,” and Pretty Lights’ “Rainbows and Waterfalls,” it’s clear who Tripp St. is seeking to align himself with musically. Not to mention, there are too many IDs to count, making the statement that Tripp St. has a wealth of vaulted material just waiting to be released.

Yet, the question remains: Who is Tripp St.? It may never get answered, but that won’t stop the mystery producer from giving the masses plenty of amazing new material to look forward to. The future is exciting again, thanks to Tripp St.

Tripp St. – Block Party Mix

Tracklist:

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Maxfield & Tripp St. – iD
Schmoop & Jade Cicada – Gnomad
CloZinger – The Renegade Queen
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Hudson Lee & Tom Finster – Flymmer
RL Grime – Shrine (feat. Freya Ridings)
Rockwell – Vent
Ivan Shopov & Avigeya – Stara Planino (Vorso Remix)
Rockwell – ISOLATION RITUAL
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Duffrey – Sucker Punch
Asa – I Know It Hurts Now (Toka & Vorso Remix)
GA2B & Kasaey – No Jazz
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Skope – Get Back
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Smif-N-Wessun – Let’s Git It On
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G Jones – Understanding The Possiblity
Jade Cicada – Beefcake
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Apashe ft. Wasiu – Majesty (CloZee Remix)
Kyral x Banko & Homemade Spaceship – Come Correct (feat. chonk)
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NINA SIMONE – Feeling Good (NEOH Remix)
COPYCATT – Bare Your Soul
Pretty Lights – Rainbows & Waterfalls
Jim Moynihan – Fox Footy Theme {Spoonbill}
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