Our very own EPIC artist, FreeFall, is one to look out for with the new year coming. Just in the past two months, the youg artist has dropped two major hits via Audiophile XXL, and there's only more to come in the next few weeks.
Most recently, FreeFall joined forces with Aaron Jackson to release their track "Changing Me" featuring Megan Hamilton. Both Audiophile XXL regulars, FreeFall and Jackson nailed it big time with this one. The track, which is featured on Aaron Jackson's Feeling Me EP currently holds the #2 spot on the Tech/Minimal House charts.
In early October, FreeFall collided his slamming basslines with Swage's unique style to create "You Know". The track is, "an exhilarating dance floor beater that will find it's setting in the club and festivals to boot." Listen to both below!
James Smith, also known as FreeFall, is an on-the-rise producer known for creating a bass-heavy sound we want to hear more of. From San Francisco, he has been “killing the bass game with his pounding rhythms and heavy melodies,” Techibeats recently raved of the young artist.
With musical influences constantly changing, FreeFall is always looking to his friends and the people he shares his music with for inspiration for new tracks. This is not just limited to electronic music – throw in some metal, reggae, you name it – ideas are bounced off each other and creations are made. FreeFall‘s top tracks are “Choppers” and “Pressure”, and has worked with the Audiophile Live, Audiophile XXL and Svb Rosa labels.
The talented young artist has a continuing list of accolades and praise from YourEDM, EDM Sauce, Techibeats and more – James Smith knows how to perfectly construct evil beats that are sure to satisfy the most bloodthirsty bass fanatics. He has shared the stage with the Circus Records boys – Flux Pavilion, Cookie Monsta & Doctor P – among many others including ETC ETC, Kill The Noise, Borgore and Dillon Francis.
In the next few weeks, FreeFall plans to continue working on productions and collaborations with Grensta, our own M3RC and more, on top of releasing some individual work. Throw in some traveling, and there’s no stopping FreeFall in what he has to bring to the table in the bass music genre.
AUTHOR CREDIT: AMANDA COWAN