ATLiens

Masked duo ATLiens is back with “Shelter”, a killer track laced with resounding basslines and extraterrestrial sound design.


When it comes to the perfect infusion of trap and weird bass, ATLiens is at the top of the game. After releasing their trippy bass collaboration “Contact” with Blanke, which has been rinsed by the likes of Black Tiger Sex Machine and several other bass heavyweights, 2019 is shaping up to be a big year for the duo. Ranging from grungy robotic clicks to subterranean warbles and hauntingly dark soundscapes, ATLiens‘ sound has never failed to get our bones jiggling and necks bobbing for bass crumbs. Released on Bassrush Records, the duo’s newest track “Shelter” combines metallic bass ripples and ominous vocals to make one hell of a tune.

What we can’t help but love about ATLiens is their apparent appreciation for diversity in their sound. Rather than getting caught up in cookie-cutter dubstep or the same deep and glitchy basslines of freeform bass, the duo seemingly changes up their sonic direction with each release. From the crunchy pops of bass in “Contact”, to growling hiccups and static-filled backdrops in their collaboration with EDDIE titled “Closer”, there hasn’t been a single predictable moment in their discography. “Shelter” pairs ATLiens’ signature trap vibes with deep basslines and syncopated clicks, making this the perfect tune to get weird and wobbly to.

“Shelter” is the second single off ATLiens’ upcoming EP Ghost Planet, and by the looks of it, this is going to be one of the best EPs we’ve heard in a while. Download or purchase “Shelter” on your favorite platform today, stream this hot new track, and let us know what your thoughts on this new release from ATLiens are in the comments below!

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Jayce was introduced to EDM in 2010 with Flux Pavilion, Bassnectar, and The Glitch Mob. Zedd at Lollapalooza in 2014 was her first event, and since then, Jayce has attended at least one festival each year. Her favorite events so far are Lost Lands and Camp Bisco, with honorable mention to Electric Forest. As a diehard basshead, her favorite artists are Space Jesus, Bassnectar, Subtronics, FuntCase, Dion Timmer, Zeds Dead, Excision, and Whipped Cream. Jayce loves to travel and hopes to combine her love of traveling, writing, and EDM into one. She is a recent graduate from Indiana University with a major in Public Relations and minors in International Studies and Arts Management.

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