Ganja White Night released their 7th full album earlier this week and we are convinced they will never stop getting better. The Origins is a 12 track album complete with collabs from stand out artists like Boogie T, Zeds Dead and Caspa. If you’ve ever called yourself a basshead this album is for you.

The Belgian “wobble brothers,” Charlie Dodson and Benjamin Bayeul took their iconic wobble sound and turned it up 100 notches this time around. The album embraces their signature sound but adds influences of many other cultures adding some twists, turns and a whole lot of wubs.

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Bass music lovers can expect to be transported around the world while listening to this trippy,  charismatic and beautiful collection of tracks. The flow of the album takes us all on a journey of sounds and each track can stand on it’s own or fall into place with the others as a cohesive work of art. Tracks like “Ferity” and “Sacred Pipe” stick to their signature sounds, yet there is an added layer of excitement as the Ganja White Night boys explore new sounds and territories.

The entire album is full of fresh synths, dirty drops and euphoric intros. The wobble brothers never fail to amaze us and are constantly evolving their sound. Their talent is showcased in songs like “Leave or Stay” an exhilarating ballad with the surprise of a filthy dubstep drop.

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Ganja White Night with Boogie T     Photo by: @derekrickert

The collabs on the album are perfect blends of each artist involved. “Reminisce” their track with Boogie T has Ganja White Night wubs with a sprinkle of Boogie T vibe vocals and riddim influences in the drop. The versatility shown throughout the album secures it’s place as one of our faves for 2018 – there’s truly a song for everyone.

Of course we can’t fail to mention their collab with Zeds Dead “Samurai.” We’ve been obsessed since it dropped – trust us, it’s a banger. The seamless merge of both duo’s sound shows the talent of all the producers involved. The beginning is tribal, slow and very ‘Ganja White Night’ then, the Zeds Dead influenced drop hits with filthy bass and synths into more signature wubs. We can’t get enough. More Zeds Dead x Ganja White Night collabs, please.

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Ganja White Night with Zeds Dead Photo by: @tuckerdoss

Overall, The Origins is a, electrifying collection of work that only makes us yearn for more. The talent Ganja White Night continues to display is legendary and they don’t seem to be stopping any time soon.

They’ve just embarked on their The Origins tour hitting cities around America – tickets can be bought here. Their live set is guaranteed to take this album to the next level and we are calling this a “don’t-miss-set.” We are so excited to see what Ganja White Night has in store for us, this year.

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Posted by:Sarah Dickens

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