Southern trap bass with deliciously hypnotic chopped and screwed vocals, Sines (Leroy Bella) has got it. Straight out of Houston, Texas, the areas cultural influences have inspired his dirty South dripping tracks released on multiple labels including Ministry of Sound, Echodub, L25, Formant (a dubstep label he established himself) and others. His own label, Freshmore caters to a variety of bass music. The label's blog is aesthetically pleasing for the urban eye; images of french inhales, fanned out hundos, videos, mixes and street fashion and art can be seen when scrolling through, along with the Buffalo Field Day flyer. The feel is exactly how his tunes sound; grinding, sexy and powerful with a dark vibe.
He is also a part of the Gritsy crew. Gritsy, Houston's popular dubstep and bass music movement, brought dubstep to the city in 2006. Professionally produced videos of their parties with headlining artists such as Excision, Rusko and 12th Planet are exhilarating to watch. Last summer Sines dropped our very own Stuntman's tune "Get Low" at a summertime Gritsy show; he'll also be opening for Sines on Saturday. It's clear Houston goes hard but I'm sure Sines will be pleased with Buffalo's loving dedication to our city's music scene and our own crew, the Queen City Cartel.
Sines on Facebook and Twitter.
A Gritsy party...
Sines will be performing on Saturday May 26th, for Field Day presented by the Queen City Cartel with support from New Era and vitaminwater. Allen Street will be closed off and Duke's, The Bend, and Sample will be participating in the day-to-night festivities. There will be six headlining performances with support from over 30 of our local artists. From 2pm-4am this is most definitely not an event to miss. Keep up with our coverage, we'll be featuring a spotlight each day per headliner.
For more information check out buffalofieldday.com and the Facebook event page.