Written By: Dustin Scoggin

Will Wylin must have been a 90s baby because we all know how much us 90s kids loved the Now That’s What I Call Music series. Wylin liked it so much in fact he decided to create his own with his 2nd “Now That’s What I Call Wylin” mix. However, don’t expect his to be stacked with generic Top 40’s, but it is stacked with some bass heavy, neck breaking, rage out bangerz.

From the second the mix starts with “We interrupt our program for this important message,” you know that this isn’t going to be a mellow ride.

The mix is stacked with everything from Hybrid Trap to Riddim, showcasing the diversity of bass music out today alongside some of the biggest names in bass music right now. Everyone from Hekler, 12th Planet, Virtual Riot, ATLiens and some original heat from Wylin himself made the cut in this festival worthy mix.

Will Wylin
Photo From Wylin Facebook (Mike Hall)

From start to finish this mix is a take no prisoners kind of mix. Let’s be honest, any mix that plays “404” within the first few minutes is bound to be a mind melting, bassheads dream. What we appreciated about this mix most was the fluidity and how the alarms ran through from the beginning to tie everything together. The transitions are smooth and didn’t distract from the music.

Our favorite parts had to be the lighter moments like the “Bodak Yellow” remix, the Lion King tribute with King of Africa. It was those moments really sold the mix to me!

Listen to “Now That’s What I Call Wylin” Below! 

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Posted by:Dustin Scoggin

I'm a 27 years old, promoter/writer who is going to school for Broadcast Journalism. In hopes, to be a full time entertainment journalist. EDM Till I Die!

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