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Hot on the heels of Bitstream’s ‘The Severed EP’, Touchin’ Bass continues its 2008 schedule with the first instalment of remixes of a Touchin’ Bass classic. Andrea Parker’s ‘Freaky Bitches’, a collaboration with Detroit bass innovators DJ Assault and DJ Godfather was the first release to launch the label. Now ‘Freaky Bitches’ gets worked-over from four heavyweights of today’s bass scene. Miami’s Alpha 606 is the first to step up to the challenge with his Perrata Remix. Starting off dark and brooding, the electro beats are interwoven with live drum patterns, percussion and old skool synths, before the stripped breakdown showcases his signature Cuban influenced style, pressing all the right buttons for the dancefloor. Kero is next up to the podium with a squelching, relentless monster to finish off the A side. With over 20 releases on established labels like Ghostly, and Shitkatapult, as well as his own Detroit Underground Records it’s no surprise that Kero delivers the goods. His remix chops up the original elements in fine style, where squeaking bleeps and bursts flow over the deepest bass. We’re back in Europe for the B side with Edinburgh’s weedjs and Irish born Ed Devane. First theweedjs Touchin’ Boobs Remix boasts a massive sub bass under resonating frequencies with mashed up beats true weedjs style. Just slam this down to tear the dance floor apart, leaving them confused and begging for more. Then just when you thought it couldn’t get any more twisted, Ed Devane presents his Tricked Out Remix. This is electronic experimentation at it’s finest. Cut up and spliced into a sonic waterfall, Ed tears it apart in a way you can no longer tell what it is. This is fantastically unpredictable to the end. Look out for the next instalment of ‘Freaky Bitches’ remixes coming soon!
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