BrunchBeatz Serves Up Tasty Bass on ‘The Menu’

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BrunchBeatz lands on blossoming label Electric Hawk with three bass-fueled tunes on The Menu that will energize your soul in no time at all!


If there’s one thing that rising bass artist BrunchBeatz has become known for this year, it’s his ability to serve up some fantastic tunes for those who want to immerse themselves in heavy-hitting sounds. Hailing from Michigan, he’s begun to make waves in the scene with his “re-scramble” of Ruvlo’s “Redial” and a solid tune called “Scrambled” that pumped bass lovers full of energy. Now he’s found a home on Electric Hawk for his debut EP, The Menu.

Out now and available on all platforms, The Menu delivers three tunes that dubstep fans will gravitate to immediately. Lead single “Bizchoco” was released earlier this month and bent minds with its wonky bass, vocal sample, and drop that will have anyone who tunes in looking for the nearest rail to break.

But BrunchBeatz’ debut EP only gets better from there as the pair of tunes that follow are epic in their own right as both “Burnt” and “Toasted” see him infuse unique influences to turn up the dial and kick you in the face with some bass. While “Burnt” layers in elements from the realm of trap that will have listeners losing their minds as they descend into bass madness, “Toasted” is more abrasive and leans on glitchy dubstep sounds that would be a perfect addition to any playlist for the drive to Lost Lands.

“This EP embodies everything I want live shows to represent. Energy, a TON of bass & some fun. I’m really excited for people to get introduced to my project with this EP.”

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Order something off The Menu by listening to the latest from BrunchBeatz on Spotify or your favorite platform, and don’t forget to leave a comment to let us know what you think about these three tracks!

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BrunchBeatz – The Menu – Tracklist:

  1. Bizcocho
  2. Burnt
  3. Toasted
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