Talk about kicking off 2021 with some crazy Bass vibes! BRUER is here to introduce us to his newest single, “Nasty,” which is included in his upcoming debut EP Mind Flay. Hailing all the way from the Mile High City, known by many as the Bass capital, Denver-based producer BRUER ,aka Will Mayer, sets his sights on taking the dance scene by storm with his freeform sound and unique style. After moving around from place to place, Mayer found himself in L.A. at age 18. After growing up listening to various styles of dance music such as Happy Hardcore to Trance, it further fueled Mayer to create a sound all his own. After enrolling at ICON Collective, BRUER took inspiration from some of his favorite names in music, including artists such as Slander, Linkin Park and even Red Hot Chili Peppers. Now with his unique mixture of experimental and freeform Bass, as well as Future Bass, we are treated to BRUER’s newest single, “Nasty.”


Photo courtesy of BRUER music

“Nasty” gives off the exact vibes you’d imagine from a track with a name such. It’s gritty, has attitude and doesn’t let up with it’s use of percussive elements. This track has got some merciless 808s along with some weirdly satisfying harmonies that is sure to keep you locked in for the ride. If you’re looking to fall into the realm of freeform Bass goodness, then let this be your secret oasis. This track is just a small taste of what you can expect when BRUER’s EP drops later this month. Speaking of which, here’s what he had to say about the upcoming EP.

“The ‘Mind Flay’ EP is a rebirth of my sound and identity as BRUER. I wanted to evolve as an artist and make a statement. I had made a lot of this heavy melodic bass stuff but I had never done anything quite like this before. This felt new and exciting to me. It felt different. Producing music has always been about having fun and I felt the need to expand. This is the first chapter to that story.” – BRUER 

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