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Handpicked bangers from Skepsis' crates.

House | Tuesday 1st October 2019 | Arren

Get rowdy with this killer selection of tunes from Skepsis.

South London based Skepsis has had a mental summer and looks set to continue that trend deep into Autumn. He’s got three banging tunes lined up for release and a non-stop touring schedule including the massive Cru Cast tour. Though all to be expected from one UK Bass’ hottest new acts.

He’s made a name for himself as a heavy hitting bassline artist, with slick productions and savage skills on the decks. He’s also part of the Cru Cast lot who’ve been tearing shit up everywhere they’ve played. His recent success look like just the beginning for Skepsis as he continues to rise up the ranks in the UK bass scene.

Skepsis has dropped some of his favourite tracks right now. Spoiler alert…. They’re fucking sick. A mad selection of some of the biggest bass music around, strap those speakers down and get involved.

Headie One - Both

I listen to a lot of rap music in my spare time, especially UK stuff. Headie One’s new project is unbelievably good!

Shy FX - Original Nuttah 25 (Chase & Status remix)

They say sometimes classics shouldn’t be touched, however on this occasion I’m glad it did. Think I even prefer it to the original!

James Hype - I Was Lovin You (TS7 remix)

My brother TS7 absolutely smashed this remix, bouncy vibes on point. One of the highlights of my set and a tune I love playing out.

Kanine & P Money - Point Em Up

Another good friend of mine, Kanine is on fire at the moment. Everything he touches turns to gold, and this collaboration with the don P Money is no different.

Notion - Pirate

Dark bassy house, you can never go wrong with that vibe. Really like the direction of a lot of Notion’s new material, he’s always been one of my favourite producers. Make sure to check out the whole EP!

Skepsis plays at Switch in Southampton this Thursday, alongside Serum - Tickets

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