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Sit On My Bass Ep Vol 1
LDDR 034

Featuring tracks from: Dominator, Jaydan, Majistrate

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Track list:

Quarantine
by Majistrate

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Who Are You
by Jaydan

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Dancefloor
by Dominator

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Bing Bong
by Hoogs

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Kicking off the month of May in true style, we have Low Down Deep’s 34th release, ‘Sit On My Bass Vol. 1′.  If this EP is even a slight indication of what’s to come on Vol. 2, well, even we can’t wait!  While the 4 tracks included in Vol. 1 are all unique in their own right, they do have a few things in common: razor sharp production techniques, amazing intros and bass so hard it’ll knock you back into next week!

The EP begins with an absolute monster of a tune from none other than the mighty Majistrate. Featuring a cinematic intro so fresh, it’s bound to immerse even the most discerning listener. This is definitely one of our favourite Majistrate tunes to date.  He shows unequivocally that the momentum he set and boundaries he broke on the ‘Evidence EP’ are here to stay.

Following that, we have the legendary Jaydan’s first release on Low Down Deep.  Jaydan shows us in true form that every tune doesn’t have to be a high octane dancefloor banger to have a heavy impact and knock your socks off.  This tune is a true testament to the man’s undeniable skill and connoisseur-like use of well-crafted punchy kicks, menacing snares, immersive percussion, and perfectly orchestrated vocal FX.  This one is for the true Drum & Bass fans.

But we’re not done yet.  Let’s not forget the massive track ‘Dancefloor’ by the one and only Dominator.  This tune is a bit of a departure from his usual flavour and shows us that, without a doubt, the man can simply do no wrong.  Be careful what you mix this with because when the bass drops and the drum kit gets started, not every tune can step to this one in a double drop.  If you’re not careful, this track might just dominate your mix and make ya look like an amateur, no pun intended.

Finishing the EP, we have a new-school take reminiscent of that classic Jump Up sound from the late 90’s by newcomer Hoogs entitled ‘Bing Bong’.  This tune will bing and bong and then bing and bong some more around the deepest crevices of your brain, and is bound to leave even the grumpiest of people feeling fantastic with its warm, tasty treat of a bassline and its smooth, well-calculated drum flex.

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