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  • Release Date 2008-12-08
  • Label What Happens
  • Catalog WHHA017
Sweden based Bastards Of Funk started his musical career in the early 90’s and has since then produced music under various monikers ranging from drum’n’bass to ambient, techno to house music. His discography contains releases on What Happens, Frosty Music, Morrison and Commonwealth and add to that recent work for labels like Global Underground, Sick Watona, Brown Eyed Boyz and Uno as well as his setting up his own Lowbit Records. His biggest success is arguably his classic “Relentless” on Frosty Music that still resides in DJDownload’s all time prog/tribal top 5 bestsellers.
With this release Bastards Of Funk return to the profilic What Happens label and it is one one of their best to date! It is a stunning clubstormer that builds and drops in the grey zone between the genres with a male spoken vocal declaring "House Music Can Be Techno". The hot remixes come courtesy of the Danish whirlwind Tim Andresen who delivers a deep, hypnotic, chords-driven tech housey affair and Ted Nilsson of Kompis/Lowered/Miss Moneypenny's fame who turn in a powerful electro/prog-house version making this package essential.

Aldrin: Original is great! In the playlist! / Carlos Francisco: Really liking the Tim Andresen and Original mixes. Great title too! House music can definitely be techno! Filthy Rich: Loving the original mix...right down my street...Your mix (Tim Andresen Remix) also provides a great alternative...full support from me as always.Raymundo Rodriguez: The original mix is doing it for me, loving the late night/afterhours feel of it. Nice 1 Moussa Clarke: digging the original and your mix (Tim Andresen Remix)! Distant Fragment: Really interesting pack and I think it includes something for every taste. My choice will be the Tim Andresen Remix. Very groovy and nice to build things up. Jay Cox: quality mate, my fav mix is the original, I love The Bastard's sound! Tom Morgan (Discoteca): You've definitely taken it up a gear of late, been right into the last few releases. Full support on Tim's mix. Gianluca Motta: Good Tim Andresen rmx. Deeeeeep Steve Linney: Just grapped the latest one from WH. Cracking release mate. Big fan of the original and your mixes - both nice and dark and with a great groove. The Ted Nilsson one didn't do it for me though. Dan McKie: Tim Andresen mix for me Danny Graham (Tokio Rec): Loving this one mate. Just put the original on a new mix. DJ Aslak (Sachrias & Aslak): Cool arrangement in the original with quirky madness in the mix. Also digging the more hypnotic approach on Tims mix. I love this stuff.
Dumb Dan: Ted Nilsson is cool, will play! (Chart #8) Alex Nemec (Alex & Filip): Yeah Tim! Played yours & original mix on Saturday, Both work well, a bit more your mix does it for me! Keep em comin

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House Music Can Be Techno