RUN THE TRAP:
Back with another stunning single to add to his ever-growing repertoire of Quality Goods Records releases, Australian wonderkid Oski is following the success of his last single “In Check” with a fiery track designed to take the summer bass and trap movement to new heights.
Featuring two of Japan’s fastest rising producers Allen Mock and Herbalistek, “Okami” is a blistering anthem laden with ominous synths that intensify as rumbling snares and percussions explode into a frenzy saturated with volatile bass drops that fracture with a sweltering force of chaotic energy. Easily one of his best collaborations to date, Oski once again shows that his prowess in the studio can be enhanced and taken to the next level with the right collaborators to back him up. Cruise through the Australian and Tokyo bass scene and stream “Okami” below.
Oski, Allen Mock and Herbalistek team up for a brand new collaboration on UZ‘s Quality Goods Records.
Following up on his successful single “In Check,” which received praise from the likes of Skrillex and Boys Noize, Australian mastermind Oski has teamed up with two upcoming Japanese hotshots Allen Mock and Herbalisteck for his newest QGR hit.
Out now, “Okami” is a multidimensional banger. An ominous introduction and classic trap sirens set the tone for the remainder of the mind-melting track. A distorted lead takes hold for a high-energy drop filled with crafty percussive fills and sharp snare hits. Without any downtime, the trap trifecta quickly builds back up into a second drop with a signature QGR minimal trap sound that offers a unique metallic flair.
“Allen Mock and Herbalistek supported me at one of my recent Tokyo shows. They approached me after and gave me a USB full of awesome music so I just had to meet up with them a few days later and write some awesome music together!” And to continue, Allen Mock had this to say “Both Herbalistek and I felt the inspiration on a personal level, and we wanted to represent the Tokyo Bass music scene in the most authentic way possible!” – Oski