Trampa’s debut LP ‘Disrespect’ impeccably intertwines US bass with UK grime [Interview]

Boasting bass drops as devastating as a nuclear bomb, Trampa‘s ungodly UK dubstep sounds heavily translate to the DJ’s debut album Disrespect, out now via Never Say Die. Spanning dubstep to drum ‘n’ bass, the 10-track LP encapsulates the finest of all avenues of bass music and invites appearances from Killa P, Vulgatron, and Space Laces. To celebrate this project’s triumphant release, Dancing Astronaut spoke to the producer, whose tunes are inescapable in nearly every dubstep set out there. Learn more the creative process that dealt Disrespect below.Tell us about the writing process for this album. How long has it been in the works?Did the lack of shows during the past year affect your writing process or change how you wrote the music that appears on this LP? Do you have a favorite track from the album? What differences do you see in the UK and US styles of bass music and how have these discrepancies influenced your production approach?
With all of the knowledge that you’ve gained as your career has progressed, what is the most important piece of advice you can give to upcoming artists? Speaking of upcoming artists, are there any rising stars you’ve been keeping an eye on lately?With the album now out and live shows soon to make a comeback, do you have any exciting plans for the rest of 2021 you can share? Is there anything else that you’d like to add? Featured Image: Alex JamesTags: , , , , , ,
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