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The unstoppable NotLö has persevered through a male-dominated industry, dropping the thickest bass tracks the scene can’t get enough of. Imprinting a name for herself with dark sonics and heavy bass lines, NotLö consistently serves up an unmatched sound. Her recent Pride Edition mix with Insomniac Radio has been on repeat, featuring numerous unreleased flips and friends like VEIL. She’s locked in releases with notorious labels like Deadbeats, Deep Dark & Dangerous, and Odyzey, exemplifying a diverse range. After countless releases and collaborations, NotLö presents her sound with the new self-released EP, Mechanism, on July 13th.

press photo of NotLö for Mechanism release
Photo of NotLö by Matt Dipel; @gorgeouscornchip

With signature NotLö depths, Mechanism is a three-track EP, defined by dnb and halftime flow states. We begin the EP with the already released “Scream, an eerie flow that sets the tone and captivates the listener. The eerie vibe is met by a fierce mentality in “Crush That, with a dark vocal sample twist. The title track, “Mechanism, ties the EP together, concluding with glitchy flares and mechanical elements.

Dive into NotLö’s Mechanism DnB flow here!

NotLö’s Mechanism is her first self-release in over a year, following the collaborative Consume EP with Bromosapien via Cyclops recordings. The project discusses “the pushback women in bass music face throughout the journey of their career.” Consistently defying the repression, many women encounter within the industry, NotLö reminds us we can reach our milestones regardless of gender bias.

“I’m here to prove that women have a seat at the table in the bass genre. I pushed myself with my production skills and sound design on this EP; it’s an ode to women in music.”


NotLö’s empowering message and crushing wave do not stop here. After hitting the second Wobble Coliseum this past weekend, NotLö gears up for Northern Nights Music Festival and Alaska’s Sacred Acre. Staying true to her mission, she has incorporated benefit shows like the Low & High X Slam Academy event, which donated 100% of the proceeds to the L&H scholarship for women in the community. Mechanism‘s independent release is not only her best production yet; it’s a note to all women within bass music to stand strong and continue their path.

Still can’t get enough? Check out NotLö’s recent Pride Edition mix on Insomniac Radio!

Cover image by Tessa Paisan; @tessapaisan

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