Bass Agenda Recording's Debut Vinyl - w1b0/Boris Divider/The Exaltics/BS-1/Simplicity Is Beauty

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    • Bass Agenda Recording's Debut Vinyl - w1b0/Boris Divider/The Exaltics/BS-1/Simplicity Is Beauty

      w1b0 - Main Squeeze Remixes EP (Vinyl) now up to preview and pre-order


      Track listing:

      A1 – Main Squeeze (Original version)
      A2 – Main Squeeze (Boris Divider remix)
      B1 – Main Squeeze (Simplicity is Beauty remix)
      B2 – Main Squeeze (BS-1 remix)
      B3 – Main Squeeze (The Exaltics remix)

      Description:

      Cutting edge electronics with the dark, sweaty and serious dance floor in mind.

      From the outset w1b0’s mission to carve out his own sound in this era of cut and paste and production shortcuts has led to recognition by genre champions such as Rolf Mulder and Dave Clarke; indeed his first formal appearance on physical media was as part of Dave Clarke’s seminal Fabric 60 CD.

      The original mix of Main Squeeze is an electro epic; straight to business with a growling bass line sitting beneath room filling drums combining to lay foundation for a soaring synth invasion.

      The four remixes see four artists who represent the cream of talent in the many shades of the authentic modern electro genre transforming Main Squeeze into new dance floor destroying shapes. Ranging from borderline industrial breaks from Simplicity is Beauty to the punchy experimentation of Boris Divider and from the unmistakeable raw sound and energy of The Exaltics to the flawless dark electronics of BS-1.

      Info:

      Artist: w1b0
      Title: Main Squeeze Remixes EP

      Mastered by: Boris Divider at 12Shape
      Cat-No: BA011
      Genre: Electro
      Format: 12”
      Release Date: 8th July 2014
      Distribution: Crosstalk International - crosstalkintl.com/ bassagenda.virb.com/ facebook.com/BassAgenda



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