Jauz & Snails dive deep with ‘Motherfuckers’

'Motherfuckers' is an unexpected track from both Snails and Jauz.

Snails Jauz
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Jauz and Snails have put their vastly contrasting and heavy sounds together for a deep diving collaboration called “Motherfuckers.” The is an unexpected piece from the two bass music leaders.

The bass house tune gets going much slower than the usual sound from the two faces of bass music. The vocal chants the song’s name with a “bad bitch” tacked on at the end. The drop features a groove and bass that’s similar to the Shark Squad leader’s 2016 collaboration “Higher” with Netsky. Throughout, you’ll hear diverse ambiences, eclectic sound effects, and other weird elements that are signature to both Jauz and the “vomitstep” founder, Snails.

Sam Vogel, better known by the Shark Squad as Jauz, is a dubstep producer, DJ, and musician. He grew up in northern California and started producing electronic music on his computer at the age of 15. Prior to latching onto the Jauz stage name, Vogel was producing future house tracks. Kennedy Jones played out one of Jauz’s remixes and introduced him to his current manager, Moe Shalizi, who greatly assisted him in getting his music released through Borgore’s Buygore label. At the beginning of his career, Vogel’s tracks immediately caused Diplo, Skrillex, and Borgore to turn an ear and pay attention.

Frédérik Durand is Snails. He’s a Canadian music producer and DJ who’s had hugely successful releases on labels like OWSLA, Kannibalen Records, and Monstercat. His most successful tracks are “Frogbass,” “Deep in the Night,” and “Only Want You.” In 2017, Durand announced Sluggtopia, his own music festival, at Decadance Music Festival.

Dive in head first to this deep colossal collaboration and make sure that your shuffling shoes are on.

Follow Jauz:

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Follow Snails:

SoundCloud | Spotify | YouTube | Facebook | Twitter | Instagram


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