Dallas phenom, Rick Tedesco drops a new breakbeat track with us on Base Industry. Bitch has both progressive and club appeal, with its lush strings, big bass, and clever edits.
Charlotte producer Freq Boutique makes his debut appearance on Base Industry providing a massive rework of the original. Rolling snares, bigger beats, and a massive bassline will surely get the dancefloor moving.
Support from Si-Dog, Miss Mants, Max Hertzz, Soulful System, RK Deeplove, KickFlip, and many more.
Evil L drops his first release with Base Industry. Punching kicks and a bassline the will grind your skull. Eerie harmonics atop, make for a big room breaks track.
Louisville producer Produkdo delivers a stripped down bass version, while Atlanta’s Full Frequency brings us his twist on the new school sound.
The BeatKillerz drops two devastating drum and bass tracks on Base Industry.
Mad Angels b/w Creatures.
This release is relentless. Mean. Dark. Evil. Don’t miss it
Move Ya“Filthy.” Scratche “Awesome DnB… dark evil… yummy basslines” Soulful System “Wicked release!! Mad Angels is insane! support!” Max Hertzz “Mad Angels is sick. Very quality & massive both tracks!!!” Arklove & Ez Breaks “Great Release!”
Base Industry is proud to present another release from Scratche Music. Scratche returns to laydown another signature breakbeat track for your funky bone. The original gets powerful remix treatments from Bulgarian breaks producer NGhost, and Lets Beat Milo/Keoki Records recording artist The Devine Xperience.
Delivering us his signature style of techy breaks, B.A.S. keeps a straight forward no nonsense dance floor chunky groove with its punchy kicks, grinding bassline, and quirky syncopations.
NGhost layers his filthy progressive flair into the track and works it into a dirty bubbler with much depth for late night madness.
The Devine Xperience twists off the package with their trap-style break, taking you into the dark side with switch up drums and its haunting industrial warehouse sound.
Available worldwide Wednesday July 30th at all digital download sites including iTunes, Beatport, Trackitdown, Juno Download, Satellite, BeatBucket, Promo Only, and many many more.
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Scratche, a Canadian producer who is rapidly gaining attention in the breakbeat world, makes his first appearance on Base Industry Records. Delivering us his signature style of techy breaks, straight forward no nonsense dance floor chunky grooves.
The original gets powerful remix treatments from Max Hertzz, Soulful System, and Storm-E.
NGhost makes his Base Industry debut with Dark Matter Touches. A progressive roller with sitar punctuation and syncopated rythms. Backed by a brooding tech infused growler remix from Digibox.
Early Support from: Digibox “nice original from NGhost!” Scratche “this is one hella awesome release” Produkdo “NGhost doing it right, clean heavy Bass and I like the sounds he is using. Very nice. Impressed. Digibox delivering another Grimey progressive builder. Fresh techy breaks, clean synth cuts, and a melodic moody breakdown” Storm-e “Steady buildup in the breakdown sets the tone for the entire track because it progressively gets grittier and more intense as the song plays out making it seemlessly gain energy ” Dj Fastbinder “Great original with a quality dope remix” Kickflip “Liking the proggy but techy edge to the original! ” Saidin ” Wicked psy breaks. Dark and loud. Peak. Sounds great.”
OUT NOW!! Exclusively at BEATPORT then WORLDWIDE on April 9th at all fine digital outlets.
Very talented French producer Laurent Humblot, aka The Element, delivers us the Unobtanium EP consisting of two tracks Digital Path and Little Plume.Digital Path starts with a tight dub half beat that continues to build into a clever progressive bass breakbeat. Little Plume is a nice rolling progressive breaks tune that also keeps it upbeat with atmospherics and drive. This will be a big tune with both the breakbeat AND progressive crowds.
Clever breaks from The Element.
Soulful System delivers two tracks of german breakbeat that really are in another dimension as the title states. Both tracks are heavy rides into space with Erdely’s acidic riffs and Pluton’s moodiness and low end. Find out why these tracks will leave you in the Outer Dimensions.