STUCA Rams His Way Onto Gud Vibrations With Pulverizing Label Debut “Bust Thru”

STUCA is making his debut appearance on Gud Vibrations with “Bust Thru,” a cataclysmic slab of distorted bass.

Having built a reputation for leading the charge in the hybrid bass space, STUCA has etched his name at the top of everyone’s watch list.  The San Diego native has spent the last couple of years quickly transitioning from a low-key artist flying under the radar to becoming a veritable battering ram slamming through the scene with a relentless force.  His heavy-duty productions carry an industrial weight to them, with gritty distortion and crude characteristics serving as somewhat of a calling card for his signature blend of bottom-end. As someone who is practically crashing through the ceiling at a downright dangerous velocity, the title of his debut single on NGHTMRE and SLANDER’s estimable label seems far too fitting.

“Bust Thru” is a pulverizing creation of the highest order. An eerie melody line slowly comes into play in a circular fashion, rising from the horizon like smoke signaling the impending arrival of fire. As the sharp percussive hits and reverberating pads quickly start connecting, a gravelly voice calls out as the harbinger of havoc. The ground shifts with a tectonic force, as STUCA strikes in full force with a lethal combination of guttural low-end, a slow churn of pummeling synth riffs, chopped-up vox, ominous tones, complex drum patterns, and heaps of distortion washing over the whole affair. At the midway point, a quick 808-led bridge provides a quick break from the metallic grind—but it doesn’t last long. Sure enough, a second cycle barges in with a clangorous call-and-response section that keeps the pressure locked until the outro leaves you picking up the pieces once all is said and done.  

“I think ‘Bust Thru’ is one of the most complete tracks I’ve made so far,” says STUCA. “I wanted to make an exciting intro/buildup that really captivates the listener before entering the drop, creating an immersive experience.”


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