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Chicago, Illinois, United States | SELF

Chicago, Illinois, United States | SELF
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"Debut album from LoBounce, "BOUNCETOWN" review"

Lobounce uses Bouncetown as an opportunity to unravel traditional
genres of music. He then threads them all together with a “bouncy,” unique bassline and some head-bobbing, lips-pursing beats. In the album, he tears apart a surprising range of samples from pop to hip-
hop and reggae to classic rock. He uses Jennifer Lopez’s 2002 hit “Jenny from the Block,” Michael McDonald’s 1982 song “I Keep Forgettin’,” and the Black Keys’ 2004 funk inspired piece “Fire.” He even throws in a little Destiny’s Child and some vocoded Lion King dialogue. Like “Isolated Encounter,” each song begins slowly. Pasquesi layers on sheets of manipulated sound until he gets to the perfect point to add his bass. From that point on, each song picks up into a dance-worthy audio party with engaging melodies woven over
the newly worked pieces.
For the most part, Lobounce sticks to the manipulation of one popular song per track (unlike artists like Girl Talk who play with
multiple recognizable samples at a time). Lobounce seems interested
in picking apart and reinventing these individual pieces. One of the most successful examples of this process is his reworking of Justin Timberlake’s song “My Love” from his 2006 album FutureSex/ LoveSounds. Lobounce uses a really beautiful and haunting melody to flatter the Timberlake’s chopped up and reconstructed falsetto. At points the piece seems “housey,” and at other points it’s full out drum and bass. While he gives Timberlake’s song these new
dimensions, Lobounce makes sure that the piece never loses it’s
connection to hip hop or to popular music.
Lobounce’s approach to remixing is unique, but the noticeable
element of Bouncetown is his creative use of bass. On all of the
tracks, without exception, the bass surprises you. It’s so unique
that seems like it could be conscious and alive—like something
organic rather than mechanic. It will vanish from the piece for a little while and then, it will come back in, full force and relentless, as if it had been waiting for the perfect time to reintegrate itself into the song. The bass seems to playfully comment on the rest of the music and by doing so it adds this really rich, full quality to the songs. Lobounce’s adjective of choice,
“drippy,” is a great word to describe it. It melts over the music and changes the flavor of each song, but it can also be really bouncy and flirty and then again tough and solid. It’s transformative without being distracting and it will definitely make you want to get up and dance. - The Untz

"Check out the Brand new LoBounce website made by OPSINcreative.com"

this website was made by http://opsincreative.com/ - OPSIN

"Kush Minded Clothing welcomes LoBounce - VIDEO"

Check out this video of LoBounce from our good friends at KMC - KMC

""WE WANT LoBOUNCE to play Summer Camp Music Festival""

We want LoBounce (Chicago Bass Specialist) to play Summer Camp Music Festival and we hope you do to. Share this link and invite your friends, all your support counts! Hopefully we can get LoBounce on the Fest like He deserves. Check out LoBounce at http://lobounce.com/ and check out Summer Camp at http://www.summercampfestival.com/
- Bass Land / Opsin

"LoBounce on Rec Tv - VIDEO"

Check out LoBounce at the House Of Blues Chicago. - rectv.net


A Brief Introduction - EP
Soul Jah - Single
ICY- Single



Fusing multiple genres including hip-hop, funk, and downtempo electronic, LoBounce has shaped a brand new style of electronic bass music. He calls his creation, “Drippy Bass.” His powerful combinations of rolling sub bass and complex melodic elements have taken the underground dance music scene by storm. LoBounce brings a fresh perspective to the world of instrumental dance music, bridging the gap between numerous artistic styles and tempo ranges. “Its all about breaking down the walls, unifying as a musical community, and blasting out brand new ideas together,” says the young bass pioneer and Chicago native. Expect to see a constant stream of new genre defying music from this forward thinking producer.