Boogie T

Tell the suckas to duck off, because Boogie T is back with his latest EP Old Gold that just dropped today on Drama Club Recordings!


Boogie T is back at it again! The Louisiana-native dropped his Old Gold EP today on his label Drama Club Recordings. This marks his second release in two months following the release of his hip-hop project, Sweet T, at the end of September. Now, after continued success with his group Boogie T.rio and a well-received entry into the rap game, Boogie has returned to his roots and released his first multi-track dubstep project since 2017’s Soul’d Out.

If you’re looking for a crash course in Boogie T’s trademark wonky, wobbly dubstep sound, look no further. Fans should recognize many of these tracks, as he has used a number of them in mixes and live sets including his recent guest mix on Insomniac’s Night Owl Radio. The EP even includes a collaboration with Subdocta, another master of the wobble sound. You can catch both of them on tour with Ganja White Night when they hit a city near you this fall!

Stream Old Gold on Spotify below and keep reading for my take on Boogie T’s most recent masterpiece!

Stream Boogie T – Old Gold on Spotify:


The EP starts off with a bang on “Bad Mon Choon.”

Get ready to wobble, folks. “Bad Mon Choon” is, in a way, the quintessential Boogie T dubstep track as it starts off slowly, with a light synth line and driving beat underneath. Then, after a quick eight bar build-up, Boogie goes crazy with an absolutely infectious riddim-laced drop. It’s fun and should have his fans bopping their heads when he throws it down at his live shows! A bad mon choon indeed.

Boogie pulls the tempo back on “Mountain G.O.A.T.”

Don’t let the slower tempo confuse you: this track is just as much of a banger as any of the others on the EP. Boogie has a lot of fun with the vocal samples on this one, which has become something of a trademark for him on his previous releases. It’s a great follow-up to the opener and plays nicely into the wonky, glitchy overall sound on the record.

“Duck Duck Goose” is the grooviest instruction manual of all time!

This is how talented Boogie T is: he can take a person reciting the rules of “Duck Duck Goose” and turn it into an absolute jam. This is the most vocal-laden track on the EP and he does a masterful job balancing the rules of the game with the sounds of chaos as children play. It’s fun and light-hearted, yet Boogie builds a deep groove that’s sure to become a fan favorite.

The EP closes with “Bambaata,” a collaboration with Subdocta that’s sure to turn some heads. 

The opening strains of this song lead seamlessly into a rolling guitar line from Boogie T and from there, all hell breaks loose. The intro will have you thinking of old-school Nintendo and a quick build-up leads into a crazy, bass-fueled drop. I’ve heard this one in a couple recent mixes and sets, and it’s extremely satisfying to hear the track in its entirety. I hope he drops it when I see him later this month!


Boogie T – Old Gold – Tracklist:

  1. Bad Mon Choon – 3:46
  2. Mountain G.O.A.T – 3:12
  3. Duck Duck Goose – 3:45
  4. Bambaata (w/ Subdocta) – 4:04

Boogie T Old Gold


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Born and raised in Morristown, NJ, Alec began listening to EDM when he was a freshman in high school, seeing Flume at Terminal 5 in New York City for his first show in July 2014. He rekindled his interest after a friend convinced him to go to Moonrise Festival in 2018 and has since attended events like Spring Awakening, Electric Forest, and Basscenter XII. A true basshead, Alec's favorites include Bassnectar, Ganja White Night, Subtronics, and all things WAKAAN. If you can't find him in the crowd, you can spot him on the lacrosse field, in the kitchen, or most likely in his bed.

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