Making his return to Subcarbon Records with a bang and many a wobble, Stratus has put out his latest body of work “Gob Slab,” available now for streaming on all platforms via Subcarbon Records. “Gob Slab” is Stratus’s fourth EP on the Subcarbon imprint and follows his “Degenerate Era” EP which released via Subcarbon last year. Inviting listeners to embark on a bass-laden journey fraught with high amounts of energy, the “Gob Slab” EP is comprised of four tracks, each which whisk listeners’ breath away with each listening. Lethal from start to finish, the EP begins withh “Gob Slab,” followed by “Don’t Do It,” “Keep Walking” and last but not least, finishes with “BomBreaka.” All solo tracks, Stratus has once again showcased his technical skill and ear for electrifying bass in all four tracks, delivering a complete package that does not disappoint. The “Gob Slab” EP ventures into uncharted territory for Stratus, adding a flurry of new elements that accentuate and reinvigorate Stratus’s signature sound. “Gob Slab” once again establishes Stratus as a preeminent force in the realm of bass music with no signs of slowing down.
Originally breaking into the scene in 2012 with a single on the first Owsla compilation and a multi-release deal with Ultra Records, Stratus is certainly an OG, having also played across the continent and at festivals such as EDC Las Vegas, Global Dance Festival, Spring Awakening and many more. With a variety of releases on labels such as Subsidia Records, Welcome Records, Circus Records and of course Subcarbon Records, Stratus is not an artist to be taken lightly with over a decade of experience and the skills to match. The “Gob Slab” EP is only Stratus’s latest venture with much more certain to come, and hints at Stratus’s inevitable rise to greater heights.
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