Blunts & Blondes puts out new filth, ‘Run the City,’ via Deadbeats68901886 1130289660496271 5355078779293138944 O

Mike Guard, the procurer of tunes below the alias Blunts & Blondes, has a new release out on Deadbeats that is nothing at all brief of a filthy heater.

Reasonably new to the scene, the artist is inspired by the likes of Boogie T, Subtronics, and of course the godfather of bass, Skrillex. Guard stays accurate to his passion for bass, and his new track, “Run the City,” is a passionate expression instance of this.

With firm footing in each the dubstep and trap genre, “Run the City” captures a music style that the headbangers of the globe so fervently chase. The song is dirty, wavy, bass-heavy, and calls to action these who intend to take more than the dance floor. With some rap components, the track can make anyone really feel like the HBIC, and it is the sort of nasty anticipated from a young inspired dub artist.

Stream it under and peep his debut EP, Smoking with Buddies.

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