Wedidit hit machine RL Grime brings his threatening arsenal of bass weaponry to the Grand Central for HARD Miami’s Rumpshaker party.
Fun fact: There has never been a trap party in the history of humankind that hasn’t featured the sounds of Floss Angeles representative RL Grime. His breakout single Trap On Acid and the Mercy edit he crafted in conjunction with Friends of Friends friend Salva are firm staples of America’s latest party craze. When aiming for the big room, Henry Steinway makes sure that he cracks the ball right down the middle – be it under his Goosebumps-influenced RL Grime moniker or conjuring up warped belters as Clockwork for Dim Mak. But that doesn’t mean he can’t craft a more intricate slow-burner when he wants to. Try the 2012 RL Grime EP, Grapes: A bass-heavy exercise in drum machine experimentation that works just as well on headphones as it does on a speaker setup in a Brooklyn party basement.