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Krissi B – In The Face Mix #008

Northern bassline legend Krissi B provides us with our latest In The Face Mix. Packed full of exclusives from the man himself and many others, this mix really shows us the direction niche bassline should be taking, and clearly is. Absolutely banging from start to finish, we are very pleased to include this mix onto our roster.
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ITF001 Out Now!

Our first release, Assimilate, out now and features 4 massive all-star collaborations between Kanji, northern bassline legend Krissi B, Wigan’s Heapy, Audiogutter and our own resident DJ and producer Hadean, combining bassline, rave and breakbeat into one dancefloor destroying record.

We’ve sold out of the vinyl but fortunately it looks like you can still buy it from a number of places in the UK, or from Toolbox Records if you’re in Europe/Rest of the World.

The digital release is still available from our releases page, or from a number of digital stores such as Boomkat & Juno Download.

  • Lacquer cut
  • Professionally mastered
  • Download codes for MP3 + FLAC

Warrior South – Akamix

The second, vinyl only mix from Gash’s more subdued and introspective alter ego Warrior South, focusing on bass heavy house & techno. Made for Brighton night AkaAkaRoar, this mix includes some tasty vinyl-only cuts, including last years excellent Boddika, Joy O & Pearson Sound collab – Faint.
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Gash – Live At Bangface 87

Gash brings the noise straight from Bangface with this new set, compiling some of his favourite tunes from the last year. With an impressive variation going from moombah all the way up to hardtek, this mix has something for everyone!
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Releases blog

Taiki & Nulight – Key’ed EP

Like any genre bassline is going to have to evolve to stay relevant, and this release from Taiki & Nulight (hot on the heels of their fantastic collab with My Nu Leng) has all the promise of things to come. Slowing the tempo down, this release combines niche with jackin, house, garage and bass music providing a very forward thinking EP. Especially interesting is the final track, produced with Party Like Us label boss AC Slater, which has elements of his classic Trouble & Bass sound thrown in.
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V/A – We’ll Tear Your Soul Apart

Horror Boogie return with another strong vinyl release: the aptly titled We’ll Tear Your Soul Apart. Dankle kicks things off with Isabigting, a bouncey bassline wobbler with an infectious vocal sample. Second track from CPTN is his usual insanity with ultra heavy basslines over a broken techno beat. Thorpey’s Trippin Balls features a more mutated bass and a seriously heavy, grime-esque beat with a nice Fear & Loathing sample chucked in for good measure, and rounding it off is LZWretch with something that sounds like sped up/messed up wonky techno. A solid release, and on vinyl for only £5 it’s an absolute steal. Order now from horrorboogierecords@gmail.com (digital out soon)
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Yeaahhbuzz – The Serious Moustache EP

Anticipation for this EP has been building for ages, and now it’s finally out we can’t wait to get our mitts on a copy. The usual, absolutely bonkers fare from Yeahhbuzz combining some seriously gnarly, unpredictable basslines with donks, whistles and hard hitting beats, plus some choice samples. Opener Curly Wurly makes you feel like a kid who’s overdosed on too many sweets, and it continues from there. Free download, totally worth it!
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Mixes blog

Hostage – July 2012 Mix

This summer mix (not that we’ve had a summer in England) is a solid affair, previewing some tasty new cuts from the man himself, and others (like Tomb Crew). If you know Hostage you know what to expect, 130bpm techno influenced bassline business is the dish of the day, and it tastes gooooood.
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Flosstradamus – Mix For LFTF

One of the hottest names in trap goes in hard with this mix. Serious amounts of sub bass, crunk vocals and nice 808 drums round it off nicely. Possibly the Kanye song is going a bit too pop, but somehow it slips through the net. Originally made for a very on it blog called Live For The Funk.
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