Miguel Bernardo, known as BSA is well-known across Europe, hosting releases on the likes of Harder & Louder, Mindocracy Recordings, PRSPCT, Extent, Yellow Stripe, and Wayside Recordings. He has also been featured on the hardstyle phenom3, Q-Dance‘s Q-Base 2014 compilation.
BSA can be described as crossbreed mayhem with musical flare. His last release on Yellow Stripe, The Extra Mile EP, was a smash hit, with All I Need and Tyrel being reworked and eaten up by Porto fans simultaneously. Be sure to check All That Is EP on Harder & Louder.
The latest EP, People Into Object, begins with Dam Fool – a squelchy, bass-driven floor mover with a nasty drop and neuro bass that can easily compare to heavy metal guitars. Driving vocals will turn dancefloor patrons into raging marauders. Take a breath while it’s still available because once Dam Fool drops again, you’re coming closer to oblivion.
Doors of Annihilation brings on the neuro immediately, while sampling movie-esque plotlines. The bass drops, and just as the title implies, Doors of Annihilation open – a proper stormer for any event. BSA is definitely batting two-for-two. Following the break, drums and bass get the switch technique and become more fierce than previous. Prepare to be annihilated.
Lastly, People Into Object brings on its spooky, horror film-driven creep fest as eerie pads linger in the backdrop. This one’s clearly not fucking around – tear-out, techno ‘n bass-driven drums smash the place while the bass runs things into the deeper layers. BSA needs to recreate this one on a live scale with a drummer. We would most definitely support!
A smasher of an EP – whether you’re into hard drum ‘n bass, metal, punk, gabber… This one’s for you.
Buy the EP HERE.
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