Bassnectar drops four new tracks ahead of new album ‘Unlimited’
News of Bassnectar’s new full-length record Unlimited came around the bend relatively quickly. The album was announced via Twitter earlier this week, initially slated for an official June 3 release via Amorphous Music. Now, Bassnectar’s 12th LP will undergo a slight delay, shifting to a new release date of June 17. To hold fans over, Lorin has dropped four new tracks to temporarily quench the thirst for new Nectar.
Rounding together three collaborations and one solo cut, Bassnectar teases his upcoming Unlimited with contributions from Zion I and Rye Rye on “TKO,” LUZCID on “Music Is The Drug” and The Glitch Mob on “Paracosm.” Just in the first four tracks, Lorin offers a taste of drum ‘n’ bass, a bit of trip-hop, and some of his signature, larger-than-life exploratory bass gems, alluding to a highly collaborative album that will cover a diverse range of genres and sounds.
Ahead of Unlimited‘s official release, preview four new tracks from Bassnectar’s upcoming LP.