NEW Video- The Stringer : NatasK…. The LOFI Throwback.

Featured on The FULL Length ALBUM….. ” I Keep It Moving”  by NatasK.    Shot with an I phone 5 and an Free App, This video uses modern technology to bring a unique look into a DJ’s mind…. all while capturing that Lofi Element once popularized in Grunge music circa the Early 90s.   The Stringer is a Melodic 140 Bass tune, with Punching Drums, and Deep Bass.    Please have a  view, and enjoy.

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Album Available :  https://natask.bandcamp.com/album/i-keep-it-moving

 

NatasK’s Debut Album Making Waves.

NatasK – I Keep It Moving (DÉBUT ALBUM REVIEW)

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I love music that’s fresh and I love artists that aren’t afraid to mix it up and come with something new. I’ve got the début album from Pennsylvania producer and bass fanatic NatasK and that’s exactly what he’s brought here. A high end production, ‘I Keep It Moving’ is a genre straddling collection of Electronic Music that encompasses the sounds and vibes of a whole spectrum of musical fashions. NatasK takes influence from House to Hip Hop, Drum & Bass and UK Garage to Dubstep and beyond and uses this combined acquired musical knowledge to superior effect.

The album opens with a touch of Eastern flair infused with Hip Hop and Electronica, a chilled tempo and a commanding big orchestral drum beat setting the track up, laced with the harmonising of vocalist Lake City Fresh. The intro setting the pace for what’s to come. As the album moves on, the rate is stepped up and the bass brought harder; really kicking the record into gear. ‘Closer’ again features vocals from Lake City Fresh as well as a colab from 814 Bass Crew associate Ghost Alive.

‘Lose It All’ again steps the album up a notch and is one of the stand out tracks of the album for me. Impeccably produced and brilliantly conceived, that Future Bass vibe standing strong, an almost tropical drum line and Lake City Fresh this time spitting fire before serenading the beat with perfectly delivered vocals. Supported by an ethereal but domineering synth chorus and a haunting piano line, the track firmly cements NatasK ability and scope as a top level producer.

We’re next hit with a Drumstep destroyer that holds the bass cannon to your head and demands you move; we’re more than happy to oblige! Toned out and grimy, the tempo rises slightly as the album leads perfectly into the dark and moody Drum & Bass track ‘The Voodoo Speaks’ and features the second colab on the album from Ghost Alive. Another exceptionally crafted track and another firm nod to the producer. ‘The Stringer’, a hyped up, syncopated explosion, pace quickened again with a touch of the classical ringing through at the half way mark of the album completes the uptempo trio.

‘Bone Shaker’ features the third and final colab from Ghost Alive and is a Junglist revivalist masterpiece. The track is a homage to a scene that is enjoying a resurgence on both sides of the Atlantic and is yet another testament to the skill of the production team. ‘Funk’ warps the mind with its barrage of punchy bass hits and minimalist twangy rhythm whilst ‘Space Hopper’s fantasy like beat takes the listeners ears to another dimension completely.The penultimate track on the album see’s NatasK bring out the big guns again with yet another highly accomplished track. The deep, tonal bass reverbing through the system as a frantic but on point beat leads the atmospheric synthesized chorus straight into your musical receptors creating a feeling of satisfaction and full on musicaly derived, bass-lined joy! The album finishes how it started, with the intro of ‘Wasted Time’ used as a backing beat for rapper Mack Boyer to unleash over.

The album is an easy listen. Not one track is a chore to listen to and the flow and course of the album walks the right path. The album fuses elements of a whole mass of different genres; Electro, Dubstep, House, Drum And Bass, UK Garage, Jungle, Hip Hop into one hugely exciting mix. natask2Each track is a pleasurable listening experience, each equipped with its own unique elements and original charm. The mood effortlessly shifts back and forth from joyous and upbeat to dark and brooding appeasing a whole range of emotions and feeling. It’s what music should do, and it does it right! For a début album, the level of production is at a near perfect level. The album is a very worthy listen to for all our bass addicts out there and is a outstanding introduction to a music maker who is truly worthy of your support!

‘I Keep It Moving’ is released on record label 8BC Recording and available NOW through the BandCamp link below.

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Debut album from NatasK… I KEEP IT MOVING get it here!!!

After over a year in the making, the long-awaited debut album from NatasK I Keep it Moving is here. It’s loud, it’s heavy, and ready to throttle your speakers. Featuring his partner in crime from the 814 Bass Crew, Ghost Alive, resident Hip-Hop/R&B Artist  Lake City Fresh, as well as local Hip-Hop artist from  Erie duo Hollahou$se, Mack Boyer, I Keep it Moving is packed to the brim with talent, passion, and mad soul. From the signature (and new!) NatasK sounds of heavy bass, Dubstep and Trap, to the lush vocals of Lake City Fresh and the dark vibes from Ghost Alive, it’s pretty hard to be disappointed. Listen for yourself. Grab your digital copy from Bandcamp. Hard copies will be available in the Erie area tomorrow. Leave a comment below if you’re in the area and would like to purchase a copy! ENJOY.

Purchase the whole album for $10 through his Bandcamp site

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Chose from 11 tracks via digital download for $1 a piece.

PRESS RELEASE

Artist:  NatasK
Record Label: 8BC Recording
Releasing: Wednesday October 15th  2014
Hosting Digital Release: http://www.814basscrew.com
Album:  I Keep It Moving #IKIM

The debut album I Keep It Moving from NatasK (814 Bass Crew) is an emotional plunge into the deep world of Electronic Music taking influences from a wide variety of genres all expressed through Broken Beats, Bass, and Melodies that drive a dance floor and appeal to the every day listener. Born Joseph Louis Kodba, NatasK has some deep roots in the DJ culture spanning the last 16 years as well as being the founding member of the 814 Bass Crew. This is one of the first looks at this up and coming producers personal take on the music that has been a big part of his life and Electronic music all while trying to create new paths and sounds to broaden the previously type casted molds of individual genres. With a range of Tempos and Speeds, NatasK combines the sounds of Dubstep, Techno, Drum and Bass, Hip Hop, Trap and UK Garage to grab the listener’s attention and feel the mood and dynamic of each track. I Keep it Moving features the vocals of Lake City Fresh and Mack Boyer as well as Production features from Ghost Alive. The first official single from the Album, “Lose it All,” is a Carnival-style Dubstep song, featuring the powerful and inspirational lyrics and vocals from Lake City Fresh. It is a metaphorical rise and come up of a man growing up and discovering himself in a world seemingly hopeless at times. Choice breaks and pulsing baselines give this track a unique feel and sound. Every track has a special vibe, and the intricacies within each beat are sure you make you keep this one in your rotation. After worldwide charting success earlier in 2014 with EP single “Manowar” feat Akuma, NatasK is ready to deliver the driving energy that encompasses his live performances, and his production skills to the world stage.