The Powerhouse EP truly lives up to its title. From intense basslines and soft snares, STUCA takes you on a roller coaster of raw emotion.
Taking an already deep and heavy sound, Boss makes his sick wubz darker and much more intimidating without losing any crispiness.
We’re talking McDonalds Sprite level crispy
This latest project is a force to be reckoned with, maintaining soft and mesmerizing ominous tones that encompasses the rising bass beautifully.
“Gears” invites you into the ominous Powerhouse, while “Sick Wubs” & “Scorch” completely eviscerate your senses. I’m talking full audio-cortex assault. Finally, “Forgotten” just shoves you out of the house in the deepest, and best way. The heavy basslines, the really deep snares that vibrate through your body, STUCA gives us a masterpiece of bass music.
Born and raised in Southern California, Geoff Boss, aka STUCA, started off with sound design as a hobby. That quickly grew into a passion for the craft as he put all his energy into this project. His goal was to try and invent an original, well-balanced sound: aggression and tranquility.
I feel like one of my primary goals in music is to find a rough balance between those two senses.STUCA
Since 2018, the SoCal-based producer has gained traction from his crushing flips/edits. Having his tracks rinsed by other well-known artists such as Zeds Dead, Boombox Cartel, and Ekali. He was able to make his way to playing Lost Lands 2019, in addition to Excision‘s Couch Lands Virtual Stage back in May!
STUCA has been putting in that work! From releasing on labels such as Wakaan and Jadu Dala; he drops this insane Powerhouse EP on Never Say Die’s Black Label. This train shows no signs of slowing down, so keep your eyes and ears on STUCA as he takes charge through the bass music scene.
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