Bass House & Garage Vol. 2

Bass House & Garage Vol. 2Loopmasters premier producer Andy Lee returns with the highly anticipated sequel to Bass House and Garage with another killer collection of super fat bubbly bass lines, swinging beats and funky percussive synths ready to inspire the next wave of bass music producers worldwide.

Vol.2 of Bass House and Garage continues from where the first volume left off and features a boosted selection of high quality audio ammunition for producers looking to add a touch of class to their bass music productions.  Every loop of this royalty free collection has been sympathetically produced for crisp defined highs and rock solid low ends with enough bounce and swing to really get the party started.

Tempos range from 118 to 130BPM including Melodic Sub Bass, Inspirational Musical Hooks, Classy Vocal Phrases and plenty of Booty Shaking Beats moving from Grooving Deep House to Future Garage inspired by artists such as Shadow Child, Eats Everything, Julio Bashmore, Mount Kimble, Disclosure, Dusky, Claude VonStroke, Catz n’ Dogz, Hector Couto, Darius Syrossian, Breach, Squarehead and Jacques Green to name a few.

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Bass House & Garage Vol. 2

Bass House & Garage Vol. 2Loopmasters premier producer Andy Lee returns with the highly anticipated sequel to Bass House and Garage with another killer collection of super fat bubbly bass lines, swinging beats and funky percussive synths ready to inspire the next wave of bass music producers worldwide.

Vol.2 of Bass House and Garage continues from where the first volume left off and features a boosted selection of high quality audio ammunition for producers looking to add a touch of class to their bass music productions.  Every loop of this royalty free collection has been sympathetically produced for crisp defined highs and rock solid low ends with enough bounce and swing to really get the party started.

Tempos range from 118 to 130BPM including Melodic Sub Bass, Inspirational Musical Hooks, Classy Vocal Phrases and plenty of Booty Shaking Beats moving from Grooving Deep House to Future Garage inspired by artists such as Shadow Child, Eats Everything, Julio Bashmore, Mount Kimble, Disclosure, Dusky, Claude VonStroke, Catz n’ Dogz, Hector Couto, Darius Syrossian, Breach, Squarehead and Jacques Green to name a few.

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Superdry Arctic Disco joins SNOWBOMBING 2014

Superdry Arctic Disco joins SNOWBOMBING 2014Snowbombing has today revealed another flurry of acts and has also revealed the line up for the legendary Superdry Arctic Disco to help keep the misery of January at bay.

Rejected label boss Joris Voorn will be heading over from his hometown of Amsterdam to showcase his delectable brand of Detroit techno inspired house.

European tech-house hero’s Ben Klock and Mario Basanov will keep the clubbing vibe going along with 2013’s rising star Hot Since 82, house hipsters Maribou State, cheeky chaps Jaymo & Andy George, Black Butter Records My New Leng, ‘Poker Flat’ Alex Niggeman, the mighty Mat Playford and highly tipped house heads Ejeca, Artifact and Gerd Jansen.

It wouldn’t be Snowbombing without The Cuban Brothers. The trio will be back, mankinis and all, to entertain bombers with their wacky dancing, singing and all round crazy escapades. Just don’t stand too close to the stage! 

DJ Yoda will return to Snowbombing to scratch and mix his individual style of hip hop, masked crusader Jaguar Skills will bring his bassy treats back to the mountains and break bad boys Plump DJs will also join the party. 

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Superdry Arctic Disco joins SNOWBOMBING 2014

Superdry Arctic Disco joins SNOWBOMBING 2014Snowbombing has today revealed another flurry of acts and has also revealed the line up for the legendary Superdry Arctic Disco to help keep the misery of January at bay.

Rejected label boss Joris Voorn will be heading over from his hometown of Amsterdam to showcase his delectable brand of Detroit techno inspired house.

European tech-house hero’s Ben Klock and Mario Basanov will keep the clubbing vibe going along with 2013’s rising star Hot Since 82, house hipsters Maribou State, cheeky chaps Jaymo & Andy George, Black Butter Records My New Leng, ‘Poker Flat’ Alex Niggeman, the mighty Mat Playford and highly tipped house heads Ejeca, Artifact and Gerd Jansen.

It wouldn’t be Snowbombing without The Cuban Brothers. The trio will be back, mankinis and all, to entertain bombers with their wacky dancing, singing and all round crazy escapades. Just don’t stand too close to the stage! 

DJ Yoda will return to Snowbombing to scratch and mix his individual style of hip hop, masked crusader Jaguar Skills will bring his bassy treats back to the mountains and break bad boys Plump DJs will also join the party. 

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FREESTYLERS FEAT. LAURA STEEL: FALLING

FREESTYLERS FEAT. LAURA STEEL: FALLING‘Falling’ is the third cut from the Freestylers new album ‘The Coming Storm.’ It’s hauntingly beautiful and melancholic bass echoes their 2011 single ‘Cracks’ – which was the biggest Dubstep tune of the year. The jump up drums and drumstep FX are punctuated by the atmospherically visceral vocals of Laura Steel.

On their Original version, ‘Falling’s early light-box atmospherics fade fast into whip-quick two-step snares & kicks, snapping rim-shot percussion recoil and speaker reaping distortion. Subbing up the LFO, ‘Falling’ walks the line between the viscera of its floor-capitalising jump-up drums, and the bravura of its cultured, darkly beautiful and moody bass. As the drumstep FX burns, Laura Steel’s vocal brings the track its coup-de-grace moment, sealing ‘Falling’s lightning into the bottle.  

Taking the track to stylistic spaces far and wide, Stanton Warriors, AfterHours and Wickaman marshal to deliver ‘Falling’ some speaker-kicking reworks.

Firing their treatment up with chunky tribal house drums and loud, echoing percussion, through a mid-mix skim of the pitch-wheel, the Stantons’ skew ‘Falling’ back into break-beat terrain. Using its immersive opening pads & chords to underpin Laura’s vocals in the break, at the top of the drop they cut, chop & loop them to dizzyingly infectious effect.

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FREESTYLERS FEAT. LAURA STEEL: FALLING

FREESTYLERS FEAT. LAURA STEEL: FALLING‘Falling’ is the third cut from the Freestylers new album ‘The Coming Storm.’ It’s hauntingly beautiful and melancholic bass echoes their 2011 single ‘Cracks’ – which was the biggest Dubstep tune of the year. The jump up drums and drumstep FX are punctuated by the atmospherically visceral vocals of Laura Steel.

On their Original version, ‘Falling’s early light-box atmospherics fade fast into whip-quick two-step snares & kicks, snapping rim-shot percussion recoil and speaker reaping distortion. Subbing up the LFO, ‘Falling’ walks the line between the viscera of its floor-capitalising jump-up drums, and the bravura of its cultured, darkly beautiful and moody bass. As the drumstep FX burns, Laura Steel’s vocal brings the track its coup-de-grace moment, sealing ‘Falling’s lightning into the bottle.  

Taking the track to stylistic spaces far and wide, Stanton Warriors, AfterHours and Wickaman marshal to deliver ‘Falling’ some speaker-kicking reworks.

Firing their treatment up with chunky tribal house drums and loud, echoing percussion, through a mid-mix skim of the pitch-wheel, the Stantons’ skew ‘Falling’ back into break-beat terrain. Using its immersive opening pads & chords to underpin Laura’s vocals in the break, at the top of the drop they cut, chop & loop them to dizzyingly infectious effect.

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Claudia Cazacu & Jace Williams strike with „PHOENIX“

CLaudia Cazacu & Jace Williams strike with "PHOENIX"When you put Romanian DJ/producer vixen Claudia Cazacu and the suddenly-everywhere Jace Williams in the studio together inevitably you’re playing with fire! That’s just what VANDIT have done though and from the flames has risen the club destroying ‘Phoenix’.

Following a year-end rush hour of releases, bringing with it new studio ware from Las Salinas, Alex M.O.R.P.H., Martin de Jong and others, VANDIT prep to deliver their 2013 coup-de-grace. December 9th sees that fierce ruling diva-of-the-decks Claudia Cazacu taking a timeout from her Couture label and teaming up with Jace Williams for their first VANDIT outing.

Propelled by its piston-ing drums, dark, echoing perc loops and murky, super-subby FX, ‘Phoenix’ rolls out in tech-trance mode. Into the drop the pair throttle back for a moment, letting in a shaft of melodic harmony. It’s a brief respite for the floor though and in the blink of an eye the horsepower’s back. With tension ratcheting synth lines, a blizzard of EDM electricity and equally intense frequencies, the track throws open the doors to the Big Room. Tripping the endorphin switches hard, full-scale combustion for ‘Phoenix’ is only seconds behind it!

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Claudia Cazacu & Jace Williams strike with „PHOENIX“

CLaudia Cazacu & Jace Williams strike with "PHOENIX"When you put Romanian DJ/producer vixen Claudia Cazacu and the suddenly-everywhere Jace Williams in the studio together inevitably you’re playing with fire! That’s just what VANDIT have done though and from the flames has risen the club destroying ‘Phoenix’.

Following a year-end rush hour of releases, bringing with it new studio ware from Las Salinas, Alex M.O.R.P.H., Martin de Jong and others, VANDIT prep to deliver their 2013 coup-de-grace. December 9th sees that fierce ruling diva-of-the-decks Claudia Cazacu taking a timeout from her Couture label and teaming up with Jace Williams for their first VANDIT outing.

Propelled by its piston-ing drums, dark, echoing perc loops and murky, super-subby FX, ‘Phoenix’ rolls out in tech-trance mode. Into the drop the pair throttle back for a moment, letting in a shaft of melodic harmony. It’s a brief respite for the floor though and in the blink of an eye the horsepower’s back. With tension ratcheting synth lines, a blizzard of EDM electricity and equally intense frequencies, the track throws open the doors to the Big Room. Tripping the endorphin switches hard, full-scale combustion for ‘Phoenix’ is only seconds behind it!

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Wippenberg presents the new Neurodancer 2013

Wippenberg presents the new Neurodancer 2013Backstory… BeforeChakalaka’, ‘Drumster’, ‘UR’ or ‘Pong’ signalled his return to the fore, say ‘Wippenberg’ to anyone and you’d likely hear ‘Neurodancer’ back just as fast. Roasting clubfloors from London to Berlin and beyond, on its original release its cyclonic sonics and tweaking fluorescent-bathed 303 blazed the trail for a rash of likeminded tracks. Then considered ‘finished’ or ‘consummate’ (and as a direct result rarely given remix blessing), it’s remained largely frozen in time.

Until now! It’s Wippenberg who has finally picked up the remix gauntlet and taken on the task himself. Refashioning and recalibrating the seminal ‘Neurodancer’, he’s teleported the anthem into a different century and to a whole new audience.    

From its first crunchy percussive roll, echoed vocoded vox, hunting horn refrain and off-the-high-board bass drop, Wippenberg stunningly carves out his updated vision for ‘Neurodancer’. Channelling the Original he unleashes the 303 acidics, pulls in the long, drawn strings and angles the mix’s tension vertiginously skyward. As its rimshots fire, the super-stabby riff drives and the electro-house FX tweak & freak, he reconnects the horns, piano organs and drums to deliver an industrial strength payoff!

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Wippenberg presents the new Neurodancer 2013

Wippenberg presents the new Neurodancer 2013Backstory… BeforeChakalaka’, ‘Drumster’, ‘UR’ or ‘Pong’ signalled his return to the fore, say ‘Wippenberg’ to anyone and you’d likely hear ‘Neurodancer’ back just as fast. Roasting clubfloors from London to Berlin and beyond, on its original release its cyclonic sonics and tweaking fluorescent-bathed 303 blazed the trail for a rash of likeminded tracks. Then considered ‘finished’ or ‘consummate’ (and as a direct result rarely given remix blessing), it’s remained largely frozen in time.

Until now! It’s Wippenberg who has finally picked up the remix gauntlet and taken on the task himself. Refashioning and recalibrating the seminal ‘Neurodancer’, he’s teleported the anthem into a different century and to a whole new audience.    

From its first crunchy percussive roll, echoed vocoded vox, hunting horn refrain and off-the-high-board bass drop, Wippenberg stunningly carves out his updated vision for ‘Neurodancer’. Channelling the Original he unleashes the 303 acidics, pulls in the long, drawn strings and angles the mix’s tension vertiginously skyward. As its rimshots fire, the super-stabby riff drives and the electro-house FX tweak & freak, he reconnects the horns, piano organs and drums to deliver an industrial strength payoff!

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