NGHTMRE And Smokepurpp Release Remixes Of Their Latest Single, ‘MOSH’

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Earlier this summer, NGHTMRE and Smokepurpp brought the heat with their incendiary collaboration, “MOSH.”

A battering of bone-crushing 808s and Smokepurpp’s riotous lyricism, “MOSH” quickly gained traction within electronic and rap communities – now, the record resurfaces in a remix pack featuring reworks by Kumarion, Stoned Level, and Cheyenne Giles, out 10/15 via Ultra.

Cramming a profusion of versatile sounds into just three tracks, the pack showcases drum and bass, bass house, and dubstep remixes of NGHTMRE’s and Smokepurpp’s incendiary joint effort.

Seattle-based producer Kumarion kicks off the compilation EP with a raucous DnB explosion of large basses and mammoth-sized kicks. Meanwhile, Cheyenne Giles flips the script with a saucy exhibition of driving basslines and electric synth work in his bass house revision, and Stoned Level rounds out the package with a blistering onslaught of diabolical dubstep.

Dominating various continuums of sound, Kumarion, Cheyenne Giles, and Stoned Level are no strangers to the game. Specializing in neuro halftime and DnB, Kumarion’s rise to stardom began with his 2020 showstopper, “Want It.”

The tune has now accrued over 3 million streams on Spotify alone and received praise from Boombox Cartel, CloZee, Feed Me, RL Grime, and many other industry powerhouses. Recognized as a budding legend, Kumarion has since landed on RL Grime’s Sable Valley imprint, in addition to UKF and Monstercat.

When it comes to merging hip-hop and bass house, no other producer is more in their element than Cheyenne Giles. The San Diego native has gained support from Tiesto, Martin Garrix, and the Chainsmokers with his impressive discography. With such a background, it comes as no surprise that Cheyenne Giles’ “MOSH” remix perfectly supplements the original’s energy with his trademark bouncy flair.

Intent on carving out a distinctive sound in bass music, Québec native Stoned Level and his obliterating sound design refused to be overlooked. With a smattering of brutal basses and intricate sound design, Stoned Level has rightfully caught the attention of dubstep mavens such as Excision and Subtronics. The heavy bass protégé has gained massive support from heavyweights with his cutting edge releases on Bassweight Records, Cyclops Recordings, Subsidia, and Circus Records.

In its entirety, the “MOSH” remix pack exemplifies the diversity of the contemporary dance music space. Featuring a smorgasbord of established and budding talent alike, this three-track party-starter is certain to conquer stages and top playlists with ease.


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