PEEKABOO’s ‘Eyes Wide Open’ Is A Masterclass In Bass Music

Since emerging from the depths of the underground, PEEKABOO has become one of bass music’s most sought-after artists. From coveted festival slots to massive collaborations, it’s safe to say that the Detroit-based producer has reached the masses with his experimental bass sound that continues to captivate. With not one, but two collaborations with Skrillex this year, to a handful of singles leading up to today’s release of his debut album Eyes Wide Open, the artist who took the bass scene by storm with ‘Maniac’ and ‘Babatunde’ is consistently showing that he’s no one-hit wonder. And now, it’s time to dive into the next chapter of PEEKABOO.

Eyes Wide Open is PEEKABOO at his finest. From the monstrous ‘BADDERS‘ with Skrillex, G-Rex and Flowdan kicking off the project, to other collaborations with Zeds Dead, LYNY and Grabbitz, PEEKABOO showcases an undeniable chemistry with all of his fellow collaborators. In his solo tracks, the artist furthers the underground sound that he has championed over the last few years, while simultaneously pushing it to new depths. Take ‘Sleepwalk’ for example; it’s a track that carries a minimal bass swagger from start to finish, bouncing between cool fills and crisp percussion. In other cuts such as ‘I’ve Been Thinkin’ and ‘Don’t Wanna,’ the artist demonstrates his ability to create softer yet equally danceable bops.

Through the thirteen track project, PEEKABOO creates a unique sonic journey that is refreshing among a sea of saturated bass music. Don’t miss Eyes Wide Open below.