Cool Customer Makes Deadbeats Debut With New EP, “Word to the Mother”

Cool Customer is here to serve up a dose of bass, glitch-hop and lo-fi beats with Word To The Mother, his debut EP, out no via Zeds Dead's Deadbeats.

The four-track EP is exactly what the doctor ordered if you’re looking for some new fresh bass anthems. Word To The Mother combines heavier, dubstep-inspired selections with tasteful tinctures of laid-back, jazzy lo-fi beats.

The EP’s titular track, “Word To The Mother,” starts off with just that: a jazzy chillwave beat that slowly surges into a heavy-hitting bass drop. “Wack,” on the other hand, infuses lo-fi and '90s nostalgia with a clever sample of Kris Kross’ “Jump." “Manifest” throws in trippy vocal samples before the EP’s closer, “Patience,” transcends listeners through ethereal soundscapes before floods of filthy glitch-hop close it out.

Listen to Word To The Mother below.

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Cool Customer Makes Deadbeats Debut With New EP, "Word to the Mother"

The EP combines heavy bass music with laid-back, jazzy lo-fi beats.

After making his live debut at Secret Dreams Festival over the summer, Cool Customer garnered support from Subtronics and LSDREAM, among other major bass music artists. The New York-based producer will also support PEEKABOO in Dallas later this month before he headlines Believe Music Hall in Atlanta in December.

You can get familiar with Cool Customer below.