Not The Father Gets Speakers Bumping with His Latest EP

Not The Father

Not The Father blesses the ears of house music lovers with his banging two-track EP, Bad B, out now House Call Records.


Although still a name that may be new to many, Not The Father is an artist that will soon be known widely. His previous creations have seen releases on labels such as Dirtybird, Monstercat, Night Bass, and Bite This while collaborating with others in the scene that include Kendoll, Arnold & Lane, One True God, and more. Now, after continuing to pique the interest of tastemakers in the scene, Not The Father shows us what he’s all about with his newest bass house EP, Bad B, released on Dr. Fresch‘s House Call Records.

If you can keep up with this rising star, you’re sure to have a good time while listening to his upbeat, seductive energy and style. The titular track, “Bad B,” brings the bass house in full effect, with a deep bassline that gets you moving and your hips gyrating to the beat. This track will have your confidence soaring, as the vocals tell it like it is with “can’t kill me, I’m a bad bitch” – you’ll definitely find yourself throwing it back to this one!

The second track, “Love The Clout,” brings similar energy, with a fast kick and spectacular coordination of synths to switch it up. The beat remains irresistible throughout, keeping bodies moving up until the very last seconds while leaving listeners begging for more to dance to. Not The Father is definitely an artist we’ll be keeping an eye out for this year, so make sure that you stay tuned for his future creations and dig deeper into his discography in the meantime.

Keep up with Not The Father on social media for a heads up on his next releases. Check out the Bad B EP on Spotify or your preferred platform, and let us know what your favorite track is below!

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Janice's love for electronic music began at a young age, only growing and solidifying over time as she began to attend live shows regularly. Now, she takes pride in partaking and promoting in the underground dance music scene in the Bay Area, after moving there from her hometown of LA. Follow her on socials to keep up with what she's planning or promoting next.