Been waiting for this one. Brasstracks drops their first original track in over 6 months and its worth the wait.
Vancouver’s 5 piece band Brasstronaut dropped this track at the tail end of 2016, but I’ve only managed to appreciate it now. Its spacey, horn filled interludes are just a joy to behold.
In just 2 minutes, Light House knocks down the door with some punchy horns and some smooth bass. If only the track was a wee bit longer! Vibes.
A Lido, Heavy Mellow, Santell and Brasstracks cover of Sorry? Um, yes please. Horns, guitar, and RNB for the weekend BBQ.
Too Many Zooz are bringing Brass House to your speakers from the streets of NYC. The trio pack plenty of punch in “Warriors” and immediately draw comparisons with fellow new Yorkers and frequent collaborators, Brasstracks. Read more →
Many have remixed Carmack and failed. Alexander Lewis pays homage to the legendary Hawaiian with a horn heavy flip of “Pay for What.” This trombone Trap is not one you can easily ignore. Read more →
Joey Purp nails the New York sound with the help of some brassy horns, verses from Saba & theMIND and particularly congent rhymes of his own. The beat from Thelonious Martin is top class.
Additional Production by Donnie Trumpet, Peter Cottontale, J.P Floyd, and Knox Fortune