Friday, March 13, 2009

Bass Heavy

Continuing on the bass-trip of the previous post, some new Nightshifters stuff is being released by none other than AC Slater. Check out the new anthem Rock It Out
"Rock It Out" is AC Slater's follow up to the chart topping "Jack Got Jacked" EP released in fall 2008. Rock It Out comes loaded with 4 massive tunes with 2 major remixes. “No Party For Old Men” is a wikkid Brooklyn-bass smasher, “Night Shift” will keep ‘em up till 8am, “Rock It Out” is a proven crowd pleaser and “Hello” is a dubstep tune to be ranked up there with the kings of the scene! Remixes of the title tune by London’s Scott Cooper who slows it down and gives it a funky clean feel and Chicago’s club price, Rob Threezy who gets down and dirty with the bass!

AC Slater - Rock It Out (NS006)

Get this release straight from Beatport!

Kid 606 and Friends are on a good roll aswell. Been releasing some awesome digital releases by Luke's Anger, Dolby Anol, and the likes. Right now, Kid 606 and Tigerbeat6 just released the new a new single with ons of remixes and are throwing a remix contest on top of it!

Remix Kid606, win a free Ableton Live LE license and get released. is hosting a remix contest for Kid606’s new single "Mr. Wobble’s Nightmare" from his upcoming album "Shout at the Döner".
The best mixes will be released on a forthcoming ep release from Tigerbeat6 and featured on Zero”. The remix with the most votes wins a free Ableton Live 7 LE license, while Kid606 chooses his favourite mix for a releases on his label Tigerbeat6.
This single will be released in cooperation with the electronic music download store As Kid606 puts it, there are absolutely no rules to the remix contest, it can be in any style at any tempo. You probably have more chances of winning if your remix sounds as different from the original or released remixes as possible.

The contest starts march 16 and ends end may 1st, 2009.

And last but not least in this bass-heavy post we bring you none other than the essential High Rankin from Brighton UK. This is seriousley the bass heaviest we've heard in a long time, zoning somewhere between dirty dubstep and funky techno. His mix named 'Special Music Mixtape' is an awesome display of the High Rankin sound. Download this 30 minute mix right now and get reeeel basss heavyy!!