What's so good? By Anibal | Jul 30, 2013 | Total plays: 35,355
BASECAMP started when three producers (Aaron Miller, Aaron C. Harmon, and Jordan Reyes) met in the Music Capital and found commonalities in making some glitched-out, trippy, dark R&B. A renewed interest in a soulful sound that descends from millennial UK garage has been bubbling up as of late in distorted and catatonic bedroom interpretations, but with their unique ability to warp sound, BASECAMP demonstrates the endless possibilities that an actual band can create.
This Nashville crew has delivered an impressive debut effort with "Emmanuel," an amorphous track that highlights the intense lead vocals of Miller by layering on complementary effects rather than filtering them. Heavy bass persists throughout the track, ebbing and flowing as it slowly snakes it way through the electric wave. "Emmanuel" is simultaneously dark and slow, deep, and hard, optimistic yet realistic. In short, it's tight.
Their debut EP will be out in August but for now, enjoy a free download of "Emmanuel."