Yeah I haven’t updated this spot in a while. But all I have to say is that we got three releases slated for the next two months and its going to be on and poppin this summer. One of our recent signees is the crew Todosantos out of Caracas Venezula. They are representing this new “Tooky Bass” or “Tukky Bass” which is basically a hybrid of booty bass, electronica, baile funk, electro, 4×4, some indy rock mixed in for the ladies and traditional Venezuelan rhythms. So to explain the Tooky Bass name a little more it comes from kids describing hard and ghetto house tracks like”Dooky Booty” that has that “dut dut dut” bass but with the Venezuelan accent it turns into “Tuk, tuk tuk” and voila that Tukky Bass shit…
Come check them out tomorrow night in New York playing with the biggest band to come out of Venezula “Los Amigos Invisables”.
Our boys over at Trouble and Bass have been busy the last couple of months with releases on several different labels. Look out France, these dudes got music coming out on Kitsune, Institubes, and even their own label â€œTrouble and Bass Recordsâ€. But before you can listen to those tracks you should go over to Synthesis Magazine and check out the new mix that Drop the Lime did for them. This that really realy raw step.1 comment
The ever expanding Flamin Hotz family is doing doing doing thangs. Big ups to the bol Al Ripken Jr, who took a cue from us and started Jeep Music with our main man Curtis Vodka out in Alaska! These two dudes gots alot planned in the next months so look out for Jeep Music. Itâ€™s on some next level shit and get there first release which already sold 100 copies in a week at Turn Table Lab.
While you are there check out White Label TVâ€˜s first DVD installment of some funky ass Spank Rock videos. I got my copy in the mail the other day and that shit is pure hot fire. Special shout to D-128 who has several special videos on there that have become You Tube classics. Nice to finally watch the Muppets on the big screen over and over again.
Also thanks to every one that came out to the party last night. Shit popped off nice with the bol NicktheV just straight killing it. La La La I just canâ€™t get his set out of my head. Nick you turned that shit out last night, and a special shout out to Jay Simple Fly for holding us down with some good Philly industry hype. Philly this summer is gonna be bananas.
Look peoples we gots lots instore for the next months with some Tshirts, some vinyls, some digital download store (no DRM just DIY), a place where we post all the press we have been getting and some more vinyls, and this crazy CD thing that will spread peace, love, unity and bass.
Shouts to Annie We love you baby.
Taken from Annie Macs Mashup on Radio1
Friday 16th February
Dick Dale – ‘Misirlou’ (Rhino)
All Saints – ‘Chick Fit (Kissy Sell Out’s Excellent Adventure)’ (Polydor)
Dans Le Sac vs Scroobius Pip – ‘Thou Shalt Always Kill’ (White Label)
Ben Westbeech & DJ Die – ‘Get Closer’ (Brownswood Recordings)
Speaker Junk – ‘Foxxy (Switch Remix)’ (Dubsided)
Spinal Tap – ‘Big Bottom’ (Polydor)
LCD Soundsystem – ‘North American Scum’ (DFA/EMI)
DJ Medhi – ‘Lucky Boy (Outlines Remix)’ (Ed Banger)
Panda – ‘Panda Style’ (White Label)
*****Math Head – ‘Magnum (Megaforce Edit)’ (Trouble & Bass)****
Clap Your Hands Say Yeah – ‘Satan Said Dance’ (Wichita)
Walter Murphy – ‘A Fifth Of Beethoven’ (Private Stock)
Axwell/Ingrosso/Angello/Laidback Luke – ‘Get Dumb’ (White Label)
Shy Child – ‘Drop The Phone’ (Wall Of Sound)â€¦â€¦..
(Listen to Annie Mac rewind here)
“Shout out to Flamin Hotz Records from Philadelphia. Thanks for the Package!” yeah son.
Annie thanks for making my weekend. As an avid listener it’s nice to know that people’s opinions that I respect are interested in what we are doing over here. Look for more heat on the way soon.
Massive massive massive shout out to Sinden repping the Emynd and Bo Bliz to the fullest. I canâ€™t wait to listen to the show once it is posted to the Mad Decent blog. As always long time supporter of the label Sinden doing it big on Kiss FM with a proper selection of hip hop, Club, and urban bass. (Click Kiss FM to listen to the show now until Wednesday night.)
Omarion Ft Da Brat – Icebox (So So Def Remix) – Sony Bmg
Kid Sister – Pro Nails – CDR
Lil Mama – Lip Gloss – Jive
Movado – Dreamin – Desaca
Buju Banton – From The Law – Desaca
Bounty Killer – High Grade – Desaca
Busy Signal – Thug – Desaca
Vybz Kartel – When Last You Pray – Desaca
Kate Nash – Caroline’s A Victim – Moshi Moshi
Mr Hudson Ft Lethal B, D Double E, Footsie – Too Late Too Late (Dirtee
Stank Remix) – Mercury
Shakes – Disneyland – Hot Hot Hot
The Black Ghosts – Any Way You Choose To Give It – Southern Fried
Lo Fi Fnk – Change Channel – Wall Of Sound
The Proxy – Destroy – Turbo
Mapei – Belly (Scotty B And King Tutt Rmx) – Cdr
*Emynd & Bo Bliz – And Then He Kissed Me – Flamin Hotz*
Tayo And Boabinga – Choppa Riddim – White
Surkin – And You Too (Dj Slugo Remix) – Institubes
Give me a bottle and motherfucking cup, So me and boys can get, What!!! Fucked Up!!!! Yeah Understandâ€¦. Shit is about to go down Philly. Stand the Fuck up. These are your home town heroes the dudes tearing down the Red Warehouse, going later then 2:00 and still giving you what you want. The bols Emynd and Bo Bliz are doing it non stop this year with a big first quarter showing. Pushing Cross Faded Bacon and White Tees White Belts to the limit with a new mix CD dropping for WTHN, new mix dropping on the 51:51 podcast, new record full of banging club hits on Flamin Hotz, new Wire inspired t shirts and still holding down the best party in Philly since 2005. I am so happy to be involved with these dudes and just to support the shit out of some local talent. Even before we sent the promos out on this release we had Scottie B knocking on our door asking for the release so he could drop the hits tonight at Fabric.
Peace to all my dudes in the UK who are gonna see Scottie B, but when he drops those tracks yinz are just getting a taste of that really real shit that is Emynd and Bo. Along with Dan the Swede they are about to destroy this months White Tees and White Belts. The party jumps at 11:00 pm so be there for the free mix tapes and shirt give a ways. As always this party is BYOB with a free mixer bar and goes late. Special late night DJ set by none other then Brendan Bringem who is going to bring that late night heat to this spot. I can not wait to Dip Dip and Fall back son. Look at the pics from last month from the dude Drink Moloko and get ready for another whole night of mayhem.
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Bass Bandits EP is now being stocked at fine retailers all over the world so go cop that. Buy doubles to rock the party with 6 bass heavy tracks from Trouble & Bass. You have to see this record in person. I’ve never seen anything like it before. We could go on and on about how much we love it or how many spins its been getting from the Spank Rock crew but we’ll just post up what Turntable Lab said.
Third release from the Flamin Hotz label, who really got their name out there with that Curtis Vodka joint. People loved that record- I mean people way beyond the bmore resurrection hype and mp3 blog shuffle, they were all over that thing when we played it in the store. This new one from the Trouble & Bass crew is still “bmore” based in sound, but goes in way harder than Curtis (I know Sing Sing drums don’t necessarily equal Baltimore Club, but what else are you gonna call this stuff? I think Blu Jemz coined the proper name “WBB” â€“ White Boy Baltimore or something like that). Whereas Curtis Vodka’s record was vaguely pretty and made you feel good- this shit hits you square in the head and might make you wanna punch somebody. It’s good. Tough call but I think my favorite on here is Math Head’s “Magnum(1),” reworking the Magnum P.I. theme with all sorts of breakdowns and party chants. Not cheesy at all, and barely recognizable if you aren’t looking for it, this one is just clean and effective. For something more straight to the dancefloor gut, check “Uptown VIP(2)” from L.Vis, a sped up remix of Lord Tariq and Peter Gunz. The first verse is left intact, but things really get fun when they start fucking with those intro horns (same ones used on “Hips Don’t Lie”) for the remainder of the track. Drop The Lime has two tracks on here, both showing signs of some serious work and more of a grime / dubstep influence. Checkout the slowed down “Juggernaut(3)” with signature dubstep bass drops and the reworking of Ciara’s “Get Up(4).” “Dirty Ride(5)” is a Chamillionaire remix (little late for that), but “Ballers(6)” is an all purpose joint that you could play any time. Another solid one from these guys.
The record release party was a total smashdown in full rave glory with glow necklaces and the party got shut down early cause people were going too crazy. The next night Drop the Lime got punched in the face after getting kicked off the decks for some U2 mashups because that party got too crazy. I think you can get a picture of the power of this record. Check out pictures from 5151 here.No comments