Aidy J – Lose Yourself


Aidy J drops his first single release with us at Base Industry with “Lose Yourself”. A 4×4 build quickly drops into a UK flavoured and bass heavy anthem. This track has received great response from club goers and djs alike. This is a recommended asset in your DJ sets and listener playlists. Look for more to come from Aidy J.

Purchase at Beatport
Purchase at Juno Download

The Armory Podcast – Rex Dasteppa

Exploring all boundaries of Bass Music Rex Dasteppa is guest DJ for the Armory Podcast.

A mainstay of the club scene and DJ life for the better part of 25 years, Charlotte NC’s Rex Dasteppa (aka Lorin Wade) has a very distinct and diverse djing style that pulls from all genres and emotions of music and puts the listener on a complete mix of heavy riddims, ghetto, house, and broken beats.

Having held many residencies over the years at some of the country’s most prestigious nightclubs, with his ever evolving versatility, has given him the opportunity to open for and share the stage over the decades with a who’s who of electronic artists and Djs including Orbital, DJ Craze, Carl Cox, Roni Size, Rabbit in the Moon, Hardkiss Brothers, and Dynamix II just to name a few.

Rex Dasteppa is the owner and director of respected boutique dance label Base Industry Records, where he spends his time looking for fresh and talented artists, and has worked with Lowfreak, Nina Wilde, Freq Boutique, Move Ya, Stephen Cole, Rick Tedesco and more.

As a producer, he holds original and remixing credits for artists like Agent K, J-Break, Charlie P, Plex Long, and more, seeing releases on Digital Records, Rewind, Abstract Logic, Twijit, BasicLux, as well as his label Base Industry.

Return to Base

Base Industry presents some of our biggest releases, anthems, and underground cuts from the last four years.

Available at iTunes, Beatport, and Juno Download 2018-02-12

Return To Base Album Cover
Preview the whole release here

Return to Base features huge tracks and party anthems from Freq Boutique, Move Ya!, Discosynthetique, Disco & Miller, Black Fire, Stephen Cole, Nicmor and more. Representing some of our biggest breakbeat tracks from our back catalogue, you can now get them all from this one compilation.

Catalog #: BIRC001
Genre: Breaks
Record Label: Base Industry Records
Copyright ©: 2018 Base Industry Records
Publisher ℗: 2018 Base Industry Records

Raggapop Inc – Bad To Funk – Available Now


Russian producer Alex Gerner, aka Raggapop Inc, makes his debut on Base Industry with his glitch inspired track “Bad To Funk”. Mid-tempo beats with heavy bass get straight to the point and deliver some complex low end atop some melodic chants for some serious head nodding.

Preview this release HERE . Sign up for the mailing list while your there.


Lowfreak feat. Mc Bestbasstard – Its War – Out Now

its war

Release Biography: Our flagship artist Lowfreak shows his signature flavour and technical skills with each release. Paired up with MC Bestbastard, they are a phemonemon. Dont miss this epic release.

An attack on your racism, your ego, your lifestyle….
Lowfreak and MC Bestbasstard declare war on everything you believe in.
Prodigy style beats produced by Lowfreak with fresh lyrics and rhymes from MC Bestbasstard, make these two a combo not to declare war with. There’s no guarantee in what you believe, so make war!
Available now on:
or purchase at iTunes or Juno Download. Worldwide release is on April 11th 2016.

Also included in this release is another collaboration between Lowfreak and MC Bestbasstard called “Lost Ones”. This track is free if you buy the massive “Its War!” original. “Lost Ones” is a cross between breakbeat, dubstep, and pop while maintaining its underground flavor.
If you would like to support and buy a copy of “The Lost Ones” you can do so here:…/the-lost-ones-feat-mc-be…/7691937
A free copy is also available at soundcloud:





Newcomer DJ MAC drops this simple, to the point Florida breaks track. Combining classic stabs and 808’s, this is a classic breaks lover dream. One of the Base Industry djs, MAC is making a name for himself in the DJ circuit. Look out for more to come from DJ MAC to come from Base Industry Records.

For sale exclusively from Beatport, Trackitdown, and Juno Download until March 14th, when it will be available at all worldwide stores and media outlets.

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Evil_L • One Two Three Four • Audiotoxin Remix [02.01.16]


Coming FEB. 1st at Beatport, Trackitdown, and Junodownload

Evil L – One Two Three Four – Audiotoxin remix
Base Industry Records

Early support from Agent 137, Wes Smith, Miss Mants, Kickflip, Future Breakz Live, NSB, NGhost,  and more.

Audiotoxin revisits One Two Three Four  from Evil_L.   Evil L’s original track, “One Two Three Four” gets revisited by Audiotoxin. Keeping in theme with the original, Audiotoxin adds his own flavour to this complextro breakbeat, with ripping basslines and snares aimed at the dancefloor.

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