I know I’ve made this statement in the past and I’m sorry to say this yet again, but it’s an absolute honor and a privilege to have the opportunity to be a part of a community in Chicago that has many talented individuals all thriving for a common goal. Trillwave is a duo who we’ve been hyped on after being introduced to their music which encompasses bits of that oh so fresh future bass, proper elements of trap, and that smooth trill sound. Today Trillwave release a brand new EP titled that’s sure to kick their summer off on the right foot. Here’s what they had to say about the EP:

“From the depths of the traphaus TRILLWAVE has cooked up EP, their 3rd release in the last year. It opens with one of the most recognizable tracks of the 90’s, “What Is Love” by Haddaway. The redux of this dance floor classic takes you start to finish through a mix of original samples and three different drops, each one building in darkness and intensity. The “Believe” by Cher redux is a big room traphaus banger keeping fans of deep vibes exclusively in mind. The EP ends on a redux of “Good Vibrations” by Marky Mark and The Funky Bunch, using the original Loretta Holloway sample from “Love Sensation” the duo cuts Marky Mark out returning it to its former waviness. This music is only for three things – counting bands, selling grams, and driving Lambs.”

Each track goes hard as hell and their blend of old school james mixed with new age sound will leave you with something to bump to for weeks to come. Download this now for free and like always…….Enjoy mes Amis!

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3 Comments on " EP – Trillwave [FREE DL]"

  1. DROPFLY NEVER WORKS-any time anyone i know has tried to use it.

  2. This group is fucking terrible.. I lose a little bit of faith in this site whenever I see artists like these up here. I know you guys listen to better music than this!

  3. haha because you don’t like it, it becomes “bad” music? be happy that not everyone is content with putting out stuff that sounds the same.

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