Carlos Alfonzo is something of a legend in San Francisco. Having played countless shows over the last 10 years, he is a tried and true funk master. He recently got into production and is offering up this free remix of Paul Anthony’s Bitch Tits. This Electro bass banger is just as filthy as it’s name. It’s made for the underground and is sure to keep the ladies on the floor.
You can add another to the long list of aliases of bass bad man Hervé, Death Rose Cult. He just dropped this massive remix of Make It Right flipping the original on its head. A dark and enchanting synth riff starts this one off and then drops into a brain shattering bassline. This is all kinds of awesome!
The Dreaded One FreQ Nasty has done it again with his newest release Dread At The Controls. The remixes are all top with Culprate , Sugarpill , Greg Reve , and LowRIDERz all dropping some serious heat. Mr Nasty was kind enough to throw out a free edit of the original for you to download. So in return, you should get down to Beatport and grab a copy of the album for yourself!
Jurassik just dropped this warped future-jungle remix of Prodigy classic “No Good” exclusively to LSM. This one is all good, a twisted bassline, the classic vocal, and just enough of that old school rave business to keep the groove movin’. This remix certainly proves that 140 breaks isn’t just about amens and ragga samples.
Andy P hails from San Francisco and is a mainstay in the EDM scene. He simply slays every dance floor he stands in front of, leaving the kids begging for more…sometimes he even plays music! He just dropped us this Moomba monster, contributing LSM writer and Breaks specialist Alex Sychosis liked it so much he did an edit of it!
FreQ Nasty has been dropping nasty, bass bombs since the nineties. On his latest release – Bon Merde on the HighChai imprint he is joined by some major heavyweights, including FS and Liquid Stranger, making for a face melting good time. He has kindly donated the FREE Knight Riderz Rave Fire Remix of the tune and DJ mix for you to get down to:
We were lucky enough to get an interview with the dreadlocked FreQuency technician to talk about music, tea, and aliens.
How do you describe what you do when meeting new people?
I stare intently into their forehead and try and read their mind looking for any hint of extra terrestrial intelligence, or a free cup of tea. Which ever comes first.
What are you obsessed with right now?
Meditation – which is kinda like being obsessed with obsession.
And extra terrestrials.
If you had a Tardis, where would you go?
Into the red wooden telephone box down the road, about 5 minutes into the future. You never know, it could be a Tardis !!!
When and where were you happiest?
Right now is pretty fucking good actually. And I’m kinda feeling ‘Here’ too. (See question 2). They key to happiness is to reminisce about the present. Especially if you have a good cup of tea on the go.
Where do you see Bass Music going in the next year?
I’m not sure what ‘Bass Music’ is right now, which is an awesome place to be. Is it DnB, Dubstep, Moombaton, Breaks or Complextro or ????. Everyone is riffing on every one else anyway, so the names don’t really matter so much anymore. If the past 18 months is anything to go by then we’ll see more exploration into underground micro genres (Juke, Bounce etc) and less divisions in terms of who should make what. Musical freedom for producers and fans alike!
Do you think the market is getting over saturated?
Ah, people have to pay for music in order to call it a market don’t they? :)
As far as music making goes, the more people making tunes the better: it just means more good ones. I’m chuffed that anyone can make music with out having to pay for a big hardware studio, and then release it globally with out a record deal. It opens up the talent pool and means we got a lot more surprising and amazing left field and underground records, and it gives pop music more source material to create great radio records from. It’s a win win all round.
The TekFreaks always have the perfect mix of electro bangerific beats mixed with just enough rock and roll edge. This track is a perfect example of their tried and tested party, rockin style. Classic 80’s rock mixed with bass heavy beats. Whip out the spandex, big hair and get glam on the dancefloor.
Yes, yes, Mr No Hands is giving away his first four releases that came out on Diverted Traffic for free! All remixes too, including those of JHz, Diverted, Bassbin Twins and the Groovediggerz! Just go to the SoundCloud download page and click the wee ▼ arrow and all will be yours. Coming soon to LSM, an exclusive moombah-house remix of Adrenaline! Boom.
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