Based in Brooklyn, NY, Banginclude is a tropical bass name on the rise. Similar to fellow American JSTJR, the producer and visual artist has been featured on a plethora of globally respected zouk bass compilations, specializes in what he calls “global booty music” and as well is a specialist in the underground appreciated “moombahdeep” sound. However, for 2014, Banginclude’s decided to kick off the year by taking his sound in a still quite slow and deep, yet entirely noisier direction. Described by the producer himself as “dirty zouk” (zouk + trap/Lex Luger sounds), “Apeshit” takes zouk bass production principles to a new, slower level (72 BPM). Between samples from the documentary Favela Rising to sounds coming from unfinished tracks of his from the past twelve months, it’s a free download that, given the title of the track, is appropriately completely wild and bananas.