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Mr G - 50/50 EP
Mr G
50/50 EP
12" | 2016 | EU | Original (Bass Culture)
8,99 €*
Release:2016 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Bass Culture reach that magnificent milestone of 50 releases with an extra special EP from someone who has become part of label’s inner circle, the infallible Mr G. Set up in 2009 by Paris stalwart D’Julz, Bass Culture Records has maintained a consistently high level of music, crossing from techno into house and back again, always with a focus on quality over quantity. Mr G delivers two special gems from his arsenal of weaponary to mark the 50th Bsss Culture release. The first, ‘Transient’ sees Mr G in contemplative mood, taking a studied approach with this deep, soulful cut. Softened pads are drizzled over a punchy low end, with tough, crisp beats supporting a stirring vocal which urges everybody to get up on their feet. The nineties organ lick gives it an almost sorrowful feel, and those pads continue to takes us up to the skies. A beauty. On the flip, ‘Crumple Zone’ goes straight for the jugular with a driving b-line, alarming stabs and finger-clicking percussion to get that head nodding. Combined with garbled, hypnotic vocal clips, it’s a mesmerising, eyes down cut for the late night heads. Towards the latter part of the track, a naughty riff comes in and adds another layer of sleaze to proceedings. And there you have it, Mr G proves yet again why he’s such a all-round don and Bass Culture celebrates 50 releases with panache.
Mark Ambrose - Groove X EP
Mark Ambrose
Groove X EP
12" | 2015 | EU | Original (Bass Culture)
8,99 €*
Release:2015 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Incoming… Bass Culture delivers a fresh new EP featuring three classic cuts remastered for 2015. Selected by label head D’Julz, Bass Culture’s 44th release comes from British producer Mark Ambrose, owner of cult outlet Crayon. Mark has been DJing since 1989 and decided to inject his passion for music into production during the late 90s, setting up Crayon in 1997. As a fan of Mark and his label, D’Julz decided that Bass Culture would be the perfect place to re-release a few of his timeless tracks, so here we have the Groove X EP…Though it was released 16 years ago in 1998 the title track hasn’t aged a bit, powering along with a rough groove counterposed with enchanting atmospherics. On the flip ‘Electricity’ (featuring David Holness) has a more celestial air with squelchy effects and jaunty vibe throughout, combined with David’s velvety vocals. "Ozone" completes this trio of classics and ends things on a high with hypnotic bleeps cascading down from the high end, a large slice of bass and that ‘I can’t quite understand’ vocal samples to really set things off.
E.G.D. - Mass Majestic EP
E.G.D.
Mass Majestic EP
12" | 2015 | EU | Original (Bass Culture)
7,99 €* 9,99 € -20%
Release:2015 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Originally released in 1997, this early production from the legendary Dutchman Gerd has recently enjoyed a revival, the rare wax finding its way back into the sets of Raresh, Ryan Elliott and Bass Culture label boss D'julz, amongst a few happy others. After seeing on a number of occasions the magic effect ‘Mass Majestic’ could have on the crowd, the catchy hook appealing to all ears, D’julz knew what the next release had to be. With scarce second-hand copies hotly in demand, this secret weapon is about to see a new lease of life via Bass Culture. Reissued in a remastered and slowed down version, ‘Mass Majestic’ is one of those tracks which stays on your mind long after the party is over ... the haunting keys, the intensity of the synths and the climax of clashing symbols, all driven along by the raw chugging bass-line makes this a peak-time winner. The flip side features ‘To Reach’, another track from the original EP. A big room monster of rolling bass and syncopated keys, its old skool charm and brash energy grabs you to full-on, trippy effect. Considered a prolific, timeless and highly eclectic producer, ‘Mass Majestic’ EP indulges in Gerd’s blatant ballsy Techno side, remaining an extremely effect DJ tool 17 years on.
Anonym - Castaway EP
Anonym
Castaway EP
12" | 2016 | EU | Original (Bass Culture)
5,39 €* 8,99 € -40%
Release:2016 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
nights get ever colder. The label owned by Paris stalwart D’Julz welcomes back an old friend in Anonym, the man responsible for BCR006 and BCR021 returns for a four-track outing which includes a remix from Orlando Voorn. Sultry atmospherics and masterful production are evident throughout this crisp new addition to the Bass Culture catalogue, another instant classic from the Detroit badboy Anonym.The first of the four tracks on this EP goes by the name of ‘Castaway’, and its effortless groove will have you drifting away to a desert island the second you hear it. As a slightly obscured vocal repeats ‘castaway’ over and over, you’re lulled into a dreamlike state. Simple and highly effective, its progression is subtle and invigorating. Right after that we have Dutch supremo Orlando Voorn taking charge of the remix and pushing the track deeper into celestial territory with flashes of synth that transport you out into the cosmos. The atmosphere of the original is expertly retained, with a steady pace and cool, mellow vibes throughout. Flip the record over and there are two more killer cuts. First we have ‘Doin It To Ya Body’, which keeps things minimal and straight to the point. Bright disco strings lie at the heart of this track, slowly weaving their way in and out of the background while the drums and rugged b-line keep your feet moving and head bopping. Lastly, ‘Wara Coco’ offers more hypnotic vibes drawing you with its dainty melody, dancing around the top end, while a mean bassline throbs away, deep down in the low end. It’s an strong combination and finishes off the EP in style.
Steve Rachmad - Sabre Song EP
Steve Rachmad
Sabre Song EP
12" | 2016 | EU | Original (Bass Culture)
8,99 €*
Release:2016 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Bass Culture welcomes another industry heavyweight to its roster of talent with this new release, which follows hot on the heels of the killer 50th release by Mr. G. This latest release comes from long time friend of Bass Culture owner D’Julz and Dutch techno hero Steve Rachmad. Steve is renowned for his funky take on techno, honing his skills as a DJ and producer over 25 years and establishing himself as a respected and hugely talented artist in the process. The first of two tracks on this new EP is entitled ‘Sabre Song’ - a stomping, illuminating cut straight out of the Rachmad school of Detroit-influenced techno. D’Julz heard Steve play the track at Womb in Tokyo and had to sign it on the spot. ‘Sabre Song’ is a perfect fit for Bass Culture with its groovy bassline, cutting hats and ‘big band’ instrumentation. On the flip D’Julz himself contributes an edit of one of Steve’s nineties classic, a favourite of his and one which both men agreed should be given a release. Pumping out at a speedy tempo, the force is strong with ‘Activa’, transporting us back to the rave era with its catchy melody, and retro physique. Summer vibes all the way with this one.
Lady Blacktronika - Call My Name EP
Lady Blacktronika
Call My Name EP
12" | 2016 | EU | Original (Bass Culture)
8,99 €*
Release:2016 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Lady Blacktronika shows two totally different sides to her character with her return to Bass Culture via a potent EP full of deliciously dark, bass-heavy productions placed side by side with more soulful explorations of the house sound. Following the ‘All In Vain' EP, which landed earlier this year, Lady Blacktronika comes correct once again with a collection of four of the finest quality cuts. Our introduction to the EP is a thorough dip in the deep end of tech house, with the marauding ‘It Rains'.Full of darkness, the venomous track stomps along with a powerful, darkside bassline and razor-sharp percussion. Highpitched keys add to the malevolent flavour of this raw cut. After that, we get a more measured, yet mysterious and unsettling slice of minimal funk. ‘No Good' is a hypnotic trip inside Lady Blacktronika's murky world with snarling synth lines, clever percussion, eerie FX and a naughty little b-line. On the flip we have retro-inspired ‘Call My Name', with a very old school feel as the 808 gets a proper workout in tandem with a familiar female spoken-word vocal layered over the top. This is bound to send the dance floor into uproar with its killer vocal sample. Finally ‘Set Out Your Luv' gives the EP a heady ending; light airy pads are placed alongside a grooving bassline, soulful vocals, diamond-cut beats and squelchy effects to create a lush, dreamysoundscape which will get those hips moving….
Master C&J - Don’t Let Love Pass You By Feat. Liz Torres D'Julz Edit
Master C&J
Don’t Let Love Pass You By Feat. Liz Torres D'Julz Edit
12" | 2016 | EU | Original (Bass Culture)
10,99 €*
Release:2016 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
A classic house track gets a re-release and an extra special edit from Bass Culture owner D'Julz. The edit of Chicago groover‘Don't Let Love Pass You By' from Master C & J has been a staple of D'Julz' sets for quite some time now. Over time more and more people have asked about the track and he duly responded to demand by not only clearing his rework for release, butalso signing up the original to be reissued via his label. So we have the original version, which oozes Chi-town sleaze,remastered for 2015 together with the superb edit by the man himself, D'Julz. Need we say anymore?
D'Julz - Houdini EP
D'Julz
Houdini EP
12" | 2015 | FR | Original (Bass Culture)
9,99 €*
Release:2015 / FR – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Bass Culture’s latest release comes straight from the studio of the label head, D’Julz. A man who draws on dub influences, groove and deep soul-enriching rhythms, D’Julz is a member of the Paris old school fraternity and brings that classic sound right into the 21st Century with his Houdini EP.Across three tracks we have a selection of music that epitomises what he’s all about. The title track gets things rolling with a sultry groove pervading throughout, crunchy claps add depth while fizzing synth lines and throwback yelps give it plenty of character. Second track ‘Waiting 4 Visa’ is a classy breakbeat-led outing, delicate effects loom in the background entrancing the listener while the minimal composition keeps things simple and hypnotic. Lastly ‘Serendipity’ takes us a few layers deeper, with a laid-back bounce and chirpy bleeps really bringing it to life. D’Julz shows us once again why he’s one of the mainstays of the Paris, a godfather who does everything with a touch of class.
Lady Blacktronika - All In Vain EP
Lady Blacktronika
All In Vain EP
12" | 2014 | EU | Original (Bass Culture)
8,99 €*
Release:2014 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Lady Blacktronika AKA “the first lady of beatdown” brings three solid productions with All In Vain EP, the next instalment on Bass Culture Records. Discovered on Myspace by Mike Huckaby back in 2007, Lady Blacktronika’s sound brings a gritty edge from her street days, while simultaneously oozing a unique female sensitivity. Making an impressive transition from the days when the DJ boys wouldn’t let her play with their toys, she runs multiple labels, Sound Black Recordings, Sound Kemystry and is co-creator of Cocaine Records, as well as releasing on Deep Explorer, Skylax, Underground Quality and now Bass Culture. Jumping straight in with Learn Me Baby, the A side sets the tone with a deep and pounding, powerful groove. The title track takes it up a notch, the most incessant of the package, built for that peak-time dance floor fury. While the techno undertones remain, Lord Knows is a beautiful swirling house number that infuses the ears and body. The common denominator in all cases is the resonating voice of Lady Blacktronika herself, adding the human touch… a touch of soul.
John Jastszebski - Would Be Back EP
John Jastszebski
Would Be Back EP
12" | 2014 | EU | Original (Bass Culture)
8,99 €* 9,99 € -10%
Release:2014 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
As Bass Culture proudly reaches its 40th release, it gives us great pleasure to welcome back John Jastszebski after he last turned out an EP for us back in 2012. Releases for Phonogramme and Robsoul in the past two years have confirmed that he is a force to be reckoned with in the booming Parisian house and techno scene. His approach on the Would Be Back E.P fits in perfectly with the Bass Culture aesthetic, delivering tracks with a simple immediacy, always loaded with soul in just the right places, but never shirking the all-important groove. “Would Be Back”s sturdy beat leads neatly up to a colourful burst of piano chords and rousing strings that make this into a perfect summer house cut. “Fevrier” comes on with an entirely different season in mind, as mysterious and dubby tendrils of synths and samples unfurl around each other with a distinctly wintry mood. “My Girl” meanwhile keeps the energy levels up with a stripped back, punchy beat, filling the space in the mix out with rousing pads that soothe and uplift. For a remix of “Would Be Back”, we decided to turn to a long-time legend of the UK house scene, Nail. His remix takes a more emotive approach to John’s original, dropping in some playful synth lines and dreamy effects with stunning results. Reaching across all seasons, situations and times of day and night, the Would Be Back E.P delivers just the kind of versatile house music that sets our souls alight here at Bass Culture.
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