K+LAB – WIGGY EP – featuring EVeryman, Sam Ross

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Groove-seekers of Earth! Prepare your ears and booties! K+LAB’s funky Mothership is touching back down with a bounty of glitched-out boom-bap bass for the masses.

Wiggy, the new EP from the intergalactic bass-wrangler – his first release for funk purveyors-extraordinaire Westwood Recordings – is here just in time to get bodies warmed up and moving as the cold months start to creep in.

Built on a hip-hop base and heavier than a truck full of hungry hippos, the tracks on Wiggy are guaranteed to rock parties and dancefloors wherever they’re unleashed. “Wiggy” (feat. Alias & Sam Ross) rides atop an unfairly bouncy bass-line and forces relentless head-nodding (And often full body-movement) on the listener.

“Banga Boomerang” sounds like someone went back in time, captured the essence of peak boom-bap rap and filtered it through the processor of a futuristic funk computer. And then also added 389% more bass. The homie EVeryman steps up to the plate and rocks “Banga Boomerang” hard with his signature dextrous and positive rhymes, sure to get everyone involved in a “pants-off dance-off” in no time. Wiggy is serious bass business, a must-hear for anyone who craves their funk with extra bite and more bottom end than should probably be allowed.

– Rags Blake

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Westwood is proud to present K+Lab’s latest release, the Wiggy Ep!

Featuring a double slice of boom bap inspired glitch hop, this is the New Zealand natives first release to come out of his newly relocated studio in Vancouver, Canada and the results could not be sweeter. Taking a departure from his usual funkified tunes and channeling his love for hip hop he delivers the goods with some straight up bassline rollers.

Enlisting LA-based rapper, EVeryman, on “Banga Boomerang”, quirky raps simmer alongside tough beats and tight wobbles, the track takes a turn for the best with an ending so heavy any drum n’ bass enthusiast is sure to break their neck. “Wiggy” is another collaboration between New Zealand’s Alias and Sam Ross who feature on K+Lab’s last album “The Worldly’s”, as Ross’s bass slaps take centre stage contrasting the sluggish analog bass, glitched vocals and tight cuts from Alias.

It’s a double slice of bass meets hiphop in true K+Lab fashion to hold fans over as the Kiwi producer moves back into his studio over the Canadian winter to finish up his forthcoming full length album, due out on Westwood in early 2018!


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