| Slap In The Bass | Egypt
NBR007 – Release: 20th May 2011
Distribution: GoodToGo / EAN 4018939211127
‘This one’s a real Slap In The Bass’
Can you feel the heat? For their second release on No Brainer Records the Hungarian production duo Slap In The Bass takes us to ‘Egypt’. You have never been? Well they have never been either, but who needs to go when you have music which enlightens your imagination.
The title track feels mystical, brutal, promising and cheerful all at the same time. A positively disturbing mixture of sound that paints a powerful picture of this country which is neither truthful, a cliché nor just another lie. Reading this you may ask yourself: Is he high?
Not sure. What I know for a fact is that I can hear Act Yo Age (Southern Fried) sitting in a café in Cairo smoking their shishas while some Eygptian funkateers have a little jam session going on.
Grahmzilla of Bassanovva (Grizzly) seems to be on some more potent substances. He just flew into Egypt from Mexcio and is now hanging around in an arcade blasting off spaceships for 3:25 and then: Bang. Game over. Impressive skills.
I can see Hostage (Nightshifters) sitting in a taxi from the airport, stuck in traffic. But they are playing ‘Popcorn’ on the radio which seems to lighten up his mood to an extent he never experienced before.
‘Pyramid’ is another bit of time travel, to the future as well as the past. Slap In The Bass waking up the Pharaohs with an irresistible technoid tribal rhythm that resonates especially well inside geometric formations.
For the grande finale our heroes team up with Canadian’s dernier cri Botnek (Discobelle). They booked the party van following the Nile down to ‘Kom Ombo’.
‘If your dancefloor is a desert, this can be your oasis’
NBR 007 Feedbacks:
Brodinski „I love it! big trax! love the Egypt Original and the Grahmzilla rmx! VIBES“
Norman Cook „I’m a sucker for that pyramidic percussion!!“
Diplo „Coool stuff, I am from Egypt“
Teki Latex „Well egypt is an obvious peak time banger. I like the grahmzilla take on it too, Nintendo tribal gets love.“
Douster „EGYPT ! bwaaawaawaaaa ahah that sub is sick !“
Radioclit „strong package, cant even make my mind up which track to support… all of them? thanks for the heat“
MJ Cole „Great package. Particularly feeling the Pyramid vibes“
Mumdance „EGYPT IS HUGEEEEEE love it really feeling pyramid too“
Foamo „Big. Love This!!!“
Oh Snap „I’ve been to Egypt, but don’t remember it being fly like this…“
Also supported by:
Sinden, Schlachthofbronx, Steve Aoki, Laidback Luke, Riton, Don Rimini, Mixhell, Them Jeans, Mason, AC Slater, Supabeatz, Tony Senghore, BeatauCue, Don Diablo, Tocadisco, Larry Tee, Lars Moston, Jess & Crabbe, DJ Feadz, Gina Turner, Arveene, Axwell, DCUP, The Aston Shuffle, Screendeath, Sharkslayer, DJ Wool, Fex Fellini, Seductive, Lazy Flow, Neoteric, Zombies For Money, Swick, Jay Robinson, Vhyce, Alex Gopher, Ben Mono, Blaze Tripp, Lorcan Mak, Joyce Muniz, Jeff Doubleu, Flore, Figure, Tomb Crew, Twist It!, Max Le Daron, Tom Piper, Affie Yusuf, Mat The Alien, DJ Eleven, Lewis CanCut, Bootycall Crew, Acidkids, The Living Graham Bond, Kid Kenobi, Nom De Strip, B. Rich, Pete Carvell, The Bulgarian, So Called Friend, Milt Mortez, aUtOdiDakT, DJ Huggs, Udachi, Markus Lange, John Roman, The Oddword, Mealsrom, Philipe de Boyar, 3 Is A Crowd, Breakfastklub, Stereo MCs, The Disco Boys, Ursula 1000, Hybu,Flufftronix, Dakunt, Lambs, Leg-No, Breaks Ida, DJ Pffff (Razzmatazz, BCN), Vinyl Ritchie, DJ Supermarkt, Mama Miche (Bitchin’), DJ Elektor, Eric Sharp, Max Cherry
DJ MA1 (Rinse FM), Jérémie Anticlimax (Tsugi Mag France), Skeet (Scion TV), Dj Dmit.ry (Central Station Radost FX, GOX Radi0 Czech), m.path.iq (De-Bug), Tim Thaler (BLN FM), Michal Stolárik (Hochspannung, Slavakia), Leo (Awesome Agency), Pastor Wiberg (Radio AF – Lund Sweden), Makossa (Radio fm4), Dan Aux (George FM, NZ), Tommy Yamaha & Ekki Electrico (On3 Radio), Tom Breu (WDR 1Live), Franki Chan (IHeartComix), Kramba (The New French Touch), DJ Morpheus (Radio Campus Brussels), Nina Agzarian (Triple J Radio, Australia), Niklas Mijdema (Discobelle), Ian McQuaid (Ransom Note), Sara Tea (NXT LVL, Indie1031, LA)