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SuperAve. Distorts the System With Latest Heavy Hitting EP, ‘Pull Up’

In the bass scene, making a name for yourself in a short period of time can be a daunting task. There are a few, however, that continue to push the boundaries of electronic music and bring forth new and exciting sounds with every single release.

Making his debut during the pandemic, freeform bass artist SuperAve. has been taking the stage by storm. His climb to fame continues with the release of his much-anticipated, high-energy EP, Pull Up, in conjunction with Zeds Dead’s record label, Deadbeats.

This three-track compilation does not fail to bring the heavy style that we have come to know and love from this artist. Each of these tracks packs a unique punch, showing off the different sounds of the SuperAve. project.

Listeners are sure to be up on their feet with the first track “Glow,” which combines a heavy-hitting melody paired with a bouncy bass drop that flows perfectly into the smooth synth tones in “Lute Pt 1.” By the final track, “Step Up,” the intense upbeat sounds of this EP entangled with the familiar rap vocals that are regularly seen in SuperAve.’s tracks, creating the ultimate hard futuristic tune.

Starting his journey with his first debut set at Sound Haven Music Festival 2021, this mysteriously masked Southern producer has since joined tours alongside artists such as Mersiv and Jantsen. He has even taken the stage at nationally known venues Red Rocks and The Brooklyn Mirage, gaining traction with every show played.

This entire EP is a perfect encapsulation of this project and will continue to push the SuperAve. project further into the bass music spotlight.