Damn Kids release Worthless EP on Trouble and Bass

By on April 22, 2013



Seven months ago we debuted the mysterious tribal bass textures of Damn Kids’ Govudoh EP. Now the young Canadian is back for another round of artful percussion and addictive reverb.

“Worthless” is a soulful, garage-inspired affair with aquatic melodies topped by beautiful vocals from Jahmal Tonge (of The Carps and MSTRKRFT fame). Not to say we’re forgoing the pump factor: the meat of the track is popping subs, cut-up vocal stabs and claps. The original “Worthless” takes out the full vocal and rocks solo in the mid-130s zone, while “Tyledon” goes deep and gangster with a sidewinding bassline, crispy rims and hats and a syrup-slow sample perfect for your forward-thinking bass set. 



“ooooooooooooooooooooooooooo000000000OOOOOOOOOOOOO yea” – Salva

“Really like it! Worthless VIP is killer!!!” – Bert On Beats

“Love It!” – Tony Senghore

“Wicked!” – B. Traits

“Yes!” – Crookers

“playfully daring… i’m completely loving this!” – Ana Sia

“OKAY OKAY. feeling this. Great EP.” – AC Slater

“feeling this one a lot!” – RacknRuin

“Played a lot the previous one !! looking forward to play Tyledon” – DJ Feadz

“Fast becoming one of my fav producers! T&B til the end x” – Shox

Additional support from Flinch, Kato, Zombies For Money, Kanji Kinetic, Rossi B & Luca, Gina Turner, & More!


Author: DaveHHM

Dave Luttrull: Owner/Editor in Chief of Hellhound Music. Star Wars nerd, Gamer, Destiny homer, blogger, writer and lover of all things music.