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This week A State of Trap Episode 14 is brought to you by “shotguns” and barley wine. Well, mostly just shotguns; however, this mix was recorded right after going to the annual San Francisco Barley Wine Festival (which is great), getting good and crunk and then inspired to play some bumpin’ trap beats. And since it’s been such a long hiatus since ASOT 12, there were all sorts of tracks to catch up on and ASOT 14 delivers with 25 trap/trill bangers. But don’t worry there are plenty of other trap hits to come and the next episode is right around the corner. As usual, checkout the full track listing below (or via mixcloud).
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It’s hard to believe we’re already at nine episodes! Congratulations all around to all of you for being a part of this awesome experience putting together the freshest trap and trill productions for you in podcast format.
We’re not sure what’s next for this genre, but this episode absolutely has a number of trap derivatives that hint at productions to come from producers who might be tiring of the prototypical style of tracks that we’ve been hearing all summer. Let us know your thoughts about the trap game evolution in comments!
We’re back with another hour-long mix by Flashflooder to start off the week, with loads of new trap and trill to check out.
Also exciting, we’re now on the iTunes Music Store, meaning that complete strangers can now find our podcast if they type “trap” into their podcast searches. Will anyone ever do that? It remains to be seen.