Tag Archive: bass

Dec 27

[Free Download] Tom Ferry – Plateau

DOWNLOAD Nice vibes from Tom Ferry here on the first tune I’ve heard from the producer. Keep it up.

Aug 20

Wideboys feat. Natalia – Addicted 2 the Bass (Tantrum Desire Remix)

Alright, well I was falling the fuck asleep in my chair here until I listened to this. It definitely helped to wake me up significantly.  Tantrum Desire never fails to bring the heat with some awesome DnB. Cop this on iTunes here! ANDREW

Aug 07

Bass Kleph – Touchdown LA

Bass Kleph is so fucking good, and this is exactly why. Released by: Vacation Records Release/catalogue number: VR045 Release date: Aug 20, 2012 ANDREW

Jun 05

[Free Download] Porter Robinson Bootlegs

Check out this package of free bootlegs Porter Robinson is giving away: DOWNLOAD 1) Porter Robinson – Spitfire 128 BPM VIP intro w/ Far Too Loud – Start the Party 2) Flux Pavilion – Bass Cannon (Porter Robinson 2 Minute Electro Bootleg) 3) The Seconds, Vandalism, Arguru, The Champ (Porter’s Matchup) 4) Deadmau5 – Some …

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May 15

NAPT – Bass (Russ Chimes Remix)

We have been fans of Russ Chimes since the moment we first heard his Midnight Club EP way back when, which definitely blew me away with the originality it had.  Since then, I’ve really come to appreciate the variety of songs he has produced, ranging from nu disco to electro house and progressive.  The London-based …

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May 11

Bass Kleph Live: Playhouse Hollywood, LA [09.04.2012]

SICK!!  Now I know what I’m doing all afternoon. DOWNLOAD ANDREW

Feb 24

Bobby Venna – Rain Fall Down (Bass Kleph Remix)

Bass Kleph is really getting progressive on us lately.  I’m loving that he’s combining his tech house vibes on the drops with progressive breakdowns – it makes for a very well-rounded track.  He must be living in the studio because he is pumping out beats left and right.  Fortunately, this is not a case of …

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Feb 07

Hands High – We Got The Swag (Bass Kleph Remix)

Damn, this is some hot shit right here.  It has an unusually melodic breakdown for being tech house, but that’s all the more reason to love it.  These days, there are some many genre crossovers that it’s getting harder and harder to classify a track as being just one. ANDREW

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