MY BAD Teams Up With Sam Mailloux to Drop Shape-Shifting EP, “All In”
Haunting piano chord progressions and relentless bass are the cornerstones of MY BAD's new two-track EP.
Colorado-born beatsmith MY BAD immersed himself in the state's flourishing bass music scene at a young age, and began dipping his toes into music production at 16.
But it wasn't until he made the move to Los Angeles that his music career started to take off. Throughout his many years of experience and residencies across several states, MY BAD's live performances always leave his fans wanting more.
Teaming up with multi-genre Canadian artist Sam Mailloux, MY BAD has now released All In, a shape-shifting dubstep EP. The two-tracker kicks off with "Visions," a stunning song that laments what could have been through its haunting piano chord progressions and subtle plucks. Before long, "Visions" is in full swing with a reverberating bassline, launching listeners into an entrancing and dreamlike state.
"Calling Out" takes the storyline further, fighting for the love to last. The cathartic drop finds MY BAD delivering an expertly produced barrage of synths, a relentless sequence that speaks to the tendency to give relationships everything we have left. In other words, you're All In. Take a listen below.
Drawing inspiration from the likes of Zeds Dead and Skrillex, MY BAD has a penchant for producing bass music with a melodic edge and crisp sound design. Over the years, his music has garnered support from The Chainsmokers, Excision, Adventure Club, RL Grime and GRiZ, among others.
Additionally, MY BAD has releases out on venerated labels like Excision's Subsidia and Tribal Trap. Perhaps most notably, in 2020 he teamed up with ARIUS on “CRAZY FOR FALLING,” which surpassed 3.5 million streams on Spotify alone. And, according to a press release, his self-released Delusions EP amassed over 1.5 million streams within the first couple months.