Jiqui Keeps the Creative “Juicez” Flowing


Jiqui returns to Never Say Die: Black Label with his latest dark and ominous tune “Juicez” off his upcoming EP, Alchemist!

Jiqui first emerged on the bass music scene back in 2013 and ever since then he’s created aggressive, heavy tunes that make you want to instantly grab the rail and go crazy. Last year, he released a full EP on Never Say Die: Black Label, Shadow Dance, along with singles such as “Brink” on Subsidia and “OTM” on Cyclops Recordings. Jiqui is gearing up to have an even better year in 2021 and he’s amping it up by returning to NSD:BL with the Alchemist EP.

The Alchemist EP drops on Friday, February 26, but we got an exclusive listen to his track “Juicez” ahead of the full release. The tune begins with a dark, ominous melody, but Jiqui wastes no time and keeps driving the track forward with the energetic build. On the first drop, you can’t help but be in awe as every sound is expertly placed, giving a push-and-pull feeling. This sets the track up beautifully for the second drop which comes in swinging with layered metallic, screechy sounds that bassheads will be going wild to when they hear it.

Jiqui keeps the energy rolling from there with a nice bridge into the final drop, which mirrors the first of the song but puts a proper bow on this behemoth bass tune. “Juicez” is a phenomenal listening experience from start to finish and we can’t wait to see what else is in store on the Alchemist EP on Friday, so make sure to stay tuned.

“Juicez” was actually an accident from a very long sound design session! The project went through four different drops before I was happy with the one that made the cut.


Check out “Juicez” exclusively on SoundCloud below, stream the rest of the Alchemist EP on your favorite platform when it drops on February 26, and let us know what you think of the track in the comments!

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Northern California music enthusiast who listens to everything from Dubstep to House to Future Bass. Always up to be introduced to new music, artists, and people. Passionate about everything dance music related and pizza.

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