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Andrea Parker's classic `Freaky Bitches' single featuring Detroit's booty bass masters DJ Assault and DJ Godfather, gets more re-workings with the Second Instalment of remixes. The First Instalment, released earlier this year featured a fine fettle of bass beauties from Alpha 606, Kero, weedjs and Ed Devane. Now we're back as Touchin' Bass pass the baton onto another five musical maestros. First up is the booty shakin' Michna remix with its old-skool cut `n' paste style, creative sampling and up-beat tempo. As Eggfooyoung, Adrian Michna is no new comer to Touchin' Bass, having released the EP `Breakdance and Motivate' in the label's early days. He is also part of Miami's Secret Frequency Crew and has signed to Ghostly for the release of his debut album as Michna, out in October. Then steps up Clatterbox, another Touchin' Bass regular with his resonating take on the original. Clatterbox aka David Kempston gained an early following with releases on seminal UK label, Clear. The launch of Z-Bop alongside Steve Horne (The Horn) followed and more recently his work as DJK Productions, plus an electro workout on Touchin' Bass last year. Here he turns out the hard, angular electro-funk in typical Clatterbox style. On the B-side we move things outside of the Touchin' Bass camp, kicking off with Justin Maxwell, taking `Freaky Bitches' into an entirely different musical territory. A media ace, Justin's career spans a number of areas. A DJ and producer, his work can be found internationally on labels like Palette, Trapez, Compost, Poker Flat, Get Physical and Pretension, where he did the classic track `Pillow Filter'. As a technological guru his sound design skills have been put to use by the likes of Apple, Sony, and Miramax, and he has helped to design some of the most innovative hardware and software synthesizers available today. Montreal's LCEDP provides an amazing aural assault for his rendition. Not for the faint-hearted Antoine Cote has become known for his speedcore creations as both LCEDP and Audioterrorism. Here his experimentation in sound, blends distorted noise with disturbing beats and instrumental snippets to create a barrage on the senses and highlight the diversity of this latest set of remixes. Purely menacing and damn right noisy!! For the final venture we continue the musical experimentations and hand over to Warp's Mira Calix, known for her dark brooding, electronic textures and compositions, with several releases under her belt, including projects with The London Sinfonietta and Alexander's Annex. Not for the first time she joins up with the remarkable musician that is cellist Oliver Coates who attained the highest degree result in the Royal Academy of Music's history and went on to achieve an MPhil with distinction at Oxford University. He toured as guest principal cello in the London Sinfonietta this summer (Singapore Arts Festival) along with Mira Calix. Together they present a stunning remix of strange notes and unnerving frequencies.

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Freaky Bitches Remixes (Second Installment)

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