OKP Premiere: Souls Of Mischief’s Opio & Free The Robots “Let The Bass Go” w/ A Booming, Tripped-Out Visual

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Souls Of Mischief‘s mighty Opio joins forces with Low End Theory champion Free The Robots for the hallucinogenic thrill of a new clip for their latest single “Let The Bass Go” off the forthcoming collaborative EP The Subconscious Mind. Mixing heady, synthed-out beat construction that feels akin to Dilla‘s Kraftwerk phase and a clip that emulates those very wavy sentiments, Opio and FTR make good on their musical mission statement, providing the bass with all the sonic and visual space it can bear. The Hiero ambassador and his West Coast bredren’s forthcoming piece has already seen one hazy number (ripe for your evening burn-out sessions) in “Blow Sum Smoke,” but this new joint should provide you with some equally therapeutic eye-candy. Watch the kaleidoscopic visual treatment for Opio & Free The Robots’ “Let The Bass Go” below and preorder their The Subconscious Mind  EP ahead of its March 3rd release on iTunes today.

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