Jalaya Guides Listeners to Bass Heaven with Fresh Summer Mix

Jalaya

Jalaya puts his tribal-infused bass sound on full display with an hour-long mix that pushes boundaries and showcases his versatility as an artist.


If you love the wonky, tribal sound in the bass music realm then there’s no doubt that Jalaya is an artist who should be on your radar. Based out of the Bay Area, he’s been dominating the decks (and his electronic drum pads) at festivals for years with some of the most forward-thinking bass beats in the scene that take listeners to another dimension.

Influenced by his previous work for bands in a range of styles from Reggae to Metal, Jalaya brings a unique twist to the scene with beats that are brimming with powerful wubs you feel in your chest and uplifting elements that soothe your soul. And his skills go beyond just the fantastic sets and releases that have landed on labels like Sleeveless Records, as he works behind the scenes as the Executive Director of LoFreq Records as well.

Clocking in at just under 50 tracks over the course of the hour-long runtime of the mix, Jalaya throws down some absolute heaters from artists like Tiedye Ky, Sully, Antiserum, and JLEON. But the true standouts are his own tunes like “Westword,” “Yeah,” and “Space Bass,” as well as plenty of unreleased gems that will be landing on future releases. If you’re looking for some unique, wonky beats to keep your summer rolling on strong then this mix will surely do the trick.

Are you ready to blast off with this bass-fueled mix from Jalaya? Press play, prepare for launch in your rave cave, and check out the full tracklist to dig deep into the highly curated tunes that this tastemaker has unearthed.


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