Moody Good has been on fire with his MTGFYT series, and the third instalment is the biggest, baddest and most bonkers one yet. At eighteen entire minutes long there are nearly enough ideas inside to create a full length album, and every single one of them redefines the boundaries of bass. There’s one part that’s pure modulated Reese bass without a beat, then there’s another part that’s quadruple time Drum and Bass. So, like, double double time. Yeah, it’s insane. There’s also hard Dubstep throughout too, as well as glitched out bass music, but also a few ambient sections to let you chill out in between. As Moody Good has always done with his music, MTGFYT 3 is sure to change the game and confuse more than a few producers at the same time. Go and give it a listen below, and let us know which part surprised you the most.
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