Night Lights

by Bedroom Trax

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MalLabel Music is once again stoked to bring you some ultra-fresh talent about to bust our all over the west coast. From Eugene, Oregan we are proud to present some hype original tunage from our newest addition Bedroom Trax.

Night Lights is some next level hip-hop with an extra helping of the dope shit... or maybe Trap beats with that old school feelin'... or psychedelic ambient bass? Maybe it's best I stop trying to figure out a genre, because these boys clearly aren't interested in sticking to any. It's dope. Let's just go with that. I'll always have appreciation for artists that make a concerted effort to take you on a journey and this EP is one seriously tripped out ride from end to end. Best turn off the shuffle for this one and let the depths of the bedroom artistry take you to all the corners of creation.

'Intro' will set your mind at ease and offer a meditative clarity to launch into all this bassy goodness. Float away as 'Cruise the Cosmos' takes you to the stratosphere and beyond, cruising dreamy pads in a spaceship of sweeping basses and warm 808s while partying the whole way with 'Homeboiz' ft. Connah Jay and some ghetto Trap business. You'll be chillin' with some hype 808 and bouncin' to the psychedelia in 'No Rush' until 'Marbles' pops in and you might just lose yourselves as the collaborative effort with 'Art of Fact' busts open the down n' dirty, creepshow beats. Let's get weird, kids!

Artwork by Noah Birch

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released February 14, 2015

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