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Based out of Mexico City, Maria Letona and Ivan Lopez-Arechiga aka Seconds mark their Bonzai debut with the floor shaking The Bass. With a couple of releases throughout their career, this relatively new project has been able to earn a solid spot in the local Mexican scene as DJis and also as producers. Since 2012 they have raised their profile as DJ's and have been sharing the stage with artists like Aeroplane, Fred Falke, Philip Gorbachev, Chrome Sparks and others. Their tracks have seen releases on labels like Noiselab Records and Sicario Music. Lots more to come from this exciting duo and we're delighted to have them on board.

First up we have Dippin' My which offers a dark cinematic intro with swelling pads before a nice and punchy kick come through. Those pads really set the scene for a dark progressive groove as they ebb and flow across the sound. Tight drums layer up and the rhythm gets moving before we get right into the heart of the sound. The pads fade away and the bass line takes full control of the groove with a pulsating power that dominates. Superb retro style vocals are brought in and stand out perfectly. The break brings those pads back alongside some cool synths and vocals as a riser takes us to the climax and back into full swing. A monster tune here that will be a killer on the floors for sure.

To The Bass is up next and comes in two flavours, the first being the Vocal Mix. A bas heavy sound is evident right from the off as a throbbing low end sub bass reverberates through the sound as chunky kicks, shuffling hats and cool synths are layered up. The lead sound filters beautifully around the track and offers a big focus point. A superb spoken vocal comes in and gives the track a boost as that bass line rattles along. The Dub Version removes the vocal if that's your bag and offers the same deep progressive grooves as before. Top notch stuff that will be a must have tool in your box.

Ha Llegado El Dia intros with a big and brash persona as chunky kicks and banging snappy snares make the sound stand out. In the background we get a sweeping bass drone that fills the scene brilliantly with short filtered edges. the bass line proper delivers a solid workout that drives the track on and is soon joined by a cool Spanish vocal. A deep and dark groove ensues before the track breaks and reveals a bright piano melody which crops up throughout offering a respite. Surreal melodic phrases float across the sound with a subtlety that keeps the track firmly rooted in the darker recesses. Excellent stuff that will surely find its way into a late night session.
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