Tripmastaz touches down on Infuse as he delivers the four-track ‘Whut Klubb Phuture Holdz’ this May.
Having released a wealth of quality cuts across the house and minimal spectrum for over a decade, Russian-born DJ and producer Tripmastaz has grown to become a go-to producer for many, serving up his dynamic blend of house sonics accented by hip-hop influences via notable imprints such as Ovum, Yoyaku and Bass Culture. Following collaborations alongside the likes of DJ Sneak, Guti, and Satoshi Tomiie, and sets at European hotspots including Heideglühen, Watergate and Rex Club, the Plant 74 Records boss now makes his Infuse debut as he delivers four fresh productions in the form of his latest EP, ‘Whut Klubb Phuture Holdz?’.
EP opener ‘Klubb Lonely’ welcomes a low-slung effort guided by slinking hats, rumbling sub-bass and resonant synth leads, whilst ‘Da Phuture’ combines skipping percussion, sweeping atmospherics and tripped out vocal hooks.
Next, the lively ‘Original Rudebwoy’ sees sharp hi-hats meet two-step drum arrangements atop of menacing garage tinged low-ends, before closing proceedings with ‘Someone’ – a paired-back, groove heavy production led by infectious vocals and airy chords throughout.