Flinch’s music, instead of by genre, is connected by a consistent theme of “Hot n’ Heavy” Bass music. As described by his Label Trouble and Bass:
Flinch’s trademark is hot ‘n’ heavy bass music. Whether he’s drawing from dubstep, house, indie rock, or jungle, his tracks are always melodic, hard-hitting, and full of the sickest bass, money can’t buy.
I’m always impressed with Flinch’s versatility. He can remix a house track, a dubstep track, hell – even an indie track. Some of these jams are high energy, some are mellow, and some are similar to Borgore in the sense that they seem to be waging war on your ear drums.
Flinch remixed The XX to create this dubstep track. He blends his new sounds with the original ones to an excellence where someone who hadn’t heard The XX may confuse them for a dubstep group. This remix is great for laying on a grass hill in the sun, or staring off a majestic night-scape.
Flinch has teamed up with one of our favorites, 12th Planet, to produce quite a few remixes. I’m not sure how much credit is due to each individual, but all these tracks have a very strong 12th Planet sound to them. Either way, they are all great tracks and Flinch deserves credit.
Now it’s time for the real goodies.
Flinch’s best produced track:
My favorite Flinch remix of all: