Any trap fan looking to go deeper into the realm of post-dubstep and future bass will find that Salva is capable of diving down to the sea floor of these genres. Bubbles and bass ooze from one track to the next, each with its own unique approach to contemporary EDM. His latest EP, Odd Furniture, is a collection of five cutting-edge tracks capable of bringing an entire dancefloor to the ground.
Salva shows the world what trap is all about with Drop That B. There’s not much to say except that this track is absolutely dirty. That feeling stays with you throughout the EP–see if you can get two minutes into BBQ without breaking a sweat. Careful not to miss your chance to see what a nightclub may look like with this musical wizard behind the decks, as he’s currently touring North America with Daedelus and Ryan Hemsworth. Until then, Beatport and SoundCloud can put you in the right direction.