UBUR Debuts on Bassrush Records with “Bad Ludes”

UBUR's new single "Bad Ludes" will have everyone bang their heads in unison

UBUR is an innovative Southern California-based dubstep and bass producer. This artist has featured his intense music on prominent bass music labels such as Excision Music, Svdden Death Records and NSD: Black Label. Currently, UBUR has signed onto the Bassrush Records label. The track UBUR has debuted on Bassrush Records is “Bad Ludes“, which came out on July 17. As with many famous bass songs such as Bassnectar‘s “Bass Head” and Skrillex‘s “Bangarang”, “Bad Ludes” will have listeners instantly head-bang. Listen to the track below.

There is good news about “Bad Ludes”

UBUR’s first track with Bassrush Records is a perfect way to introduce people who are not aware of his style of bass music. The track contains a healthy dose of hip-hop beats, hyperactive synths, and an interesting vocal sample. In fact, “Bad Ludes” can transform even the most mundane environment into one that has nonstop euphoria. Additionally, people can start download and streaming the track now on all streaming platforms.

One of dubstep’s emerging names

According to his bio on Everipedia, UBUR began seriously producing music in 2014. Born as Maxwell Hadden, his musical style uniquely merges riddim, bass, and dubstep alongside heavy basslines. He has collaborated alongside the likes of Subtronics, Svdden Death, Snails and Excision in the past. “Bad Ludes” follows up from his recent release, “Mind Control”, which is another dubstep track that will roar throughout music festivals and concert venues once music shows restart. “Bad Ludes” will obviously not be the last time people have heard from UBUR. It will not be a surprise to see him headline international music festivals in the near future.

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Ken Ngo

Ken is a passionate sports and music fan with soccer being his #1 sport and European (particularly French and Dutch) house music being his #1 genre. His favorite producers are Martin Solveig, Sebastian Ingrosso, Madeon, Tiesto, Martin Garrix, and Armin Van Buuren.

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