Written by Corey Zielke
“Rise now my Immortals, for into battle we shall go”…Hailing from Minnesota, Reggie Bainbridge Moe has been rocking the bass music scene with his aggressive, grimey style and delightful melodies. He established himself in the bass music scene with his first Disciple Round Table release in 2019, “Immortals.” Following suit was his massively successful Genesis EP in the early half of 2020 which solidified his place as one of the hottest names to look out for this year! His music has been played out for crowds of thousands of people by some of the biggest names in electronic music. With support from artists like Excision, 12th Planet, ATLiens, and more, hailing him as one of the biggest up and comers in the scene. His latest EP, the Crusade EP, further solidifies that Bainbridge is on a fast track to being one of the hottest new names in riddim music.
Filthy, bouncy, mesmerizing, these are some of the words that come to mind when I think of the things that define what Bainbridge is all about. The EP does a fantastic job of conveying these energies, bringing charming melodies and intense bass lines to a perfect cohesion not seen often in bass music. Marking the second chapter in his musical journey, the Crusade EP advances Bainbridge’s evolving sound design and tells a story of internal conflict through distant melodies and heavy bass lines. With each track more impressive than the last, it is easy to see that Bainbridge is here to stay. His collabs with Sora and Kozmoz being the extra icing on the cake to the EP. You can stream the whole EP below or find it on most streaming platforms. Be sure to follow Bainbridge to stay on top of his latest releases, and don’t forget to check out some of our other amazing articles while you’re listening to the new EP!