• Ross Mondon

Busty and the Bass EP - The ET Suite

Set across the other side of the world, Montréal based collective Busty and the Bass latest EP 'The ET Suite' is riched with jazz-esque production with the hit of dreamy RnB perfect for the frosty Spring evenings.

Taken through an intricate funkiness of fifteen-minutes, Busty and the Bass work between the ranks of members across the digital world and encapsulates the isolated feeling of being alone within the reimagined featured album track, 'ET'.


Split across five tracks of eccentric musical style; Listeners guide through various interpretations of the original song - based on the feelings they portray throughout the laden of cosmic atmospherics rhythms. Speaking about their latest project, Chris Vincent (trombone player) said: "Contrary to how we’ve recorded in the past, every element of this was recorded in isolation. This ended up playing into the themes of the music. The ET Suite is a space travelling journey from one isolated planet to the next, and that transportation to different spaces is exactly how the creative process worked.”

Fixed on the basis of nostalgic night outs fulfilled with euphoric visuals and conventional soundscapes, the collective open with the passionate high tempo 'ET' that sizzle into the first remake 'ET Part II: Venus'. Featuring the sultry vocal tones of Terrel Morris and vocalists Kallitechnis and Tika the Creator, listeners simmer through funky production of modernized soul hip-hop.


Whilst 'ET Part III: Jupitar' (featuring Verdine White) is a warm sensation of dynamic jazz, listeners seamlessly transition to the undertone of the detailed piano with the flow of falsetto tones of Pierre Kwenders within 'ET Part IV: Neptune'. Through the unique soundscapes, Busty and the Bass present, the closer of the fast-paced 'ET Part V: Mars' explodes within our ears but is enjoyed by the psychedelic brass ends that abruptly finish through the minimalistic heart beep.

From the jazz program at McGill University in 2011 to the rise of a highly anticipated collective, Busty and the Bass are in their element.

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