California based creator-selector Lucas Heinel, better known as Dubamine, has been pushing the perfect fusion of positive vibes and deep wubs since first emerging onto the bass music scene back in 2009, and has since infected the underground sound with his dynamic collection of original tunes that emanate a uniquely irresistible energy. His unquenchable thirst for dubstep was sparked back in 2007 when he first heard Caspa and Rusko's notorious FabricLive 37, and then furthered through the exploration of fellow deep, shuffley, bass heavy pioneers such as Digital Mystikz, Kromestar, Cotti, Loefah, and The Widdler. Dubamine immediately gravitated toward the now genre-defining sounds that were being produced at the time and decided to enroll in Ex'Pression College for digital arts in 2009. This allowed him to gain a more thorough understanding of sound and synthesis, providing him with a new skill set that laid the foundation for his raw, organic and heavily bass driven style.
One of Dubamine fans' most beloved tracks, "Bam Bam Dub," has been in high circulation throughout the underground dubstep circuit for the past few years since being temporarily released as a free download. However, it was only after numerous requests to re-enable the download option on the tune that he decided to re-edit it and make it downloadable once again, making for a fitting 4/20 gift to bass heads. "Bam Bam Dub" is a perfect demonstration of Dubamine's uncanny ability to produce tracks that strike a balance between lighthearted energy and hard hitting basslines, sprinkled with the extra added flavor of island vibes and reggae vocals to help spread the holiday cheer.