Fronted by the increasingly-accliamed Luca Venezia aka Drop The Lime, the renowned Trouble & Bass Recordings have existed for the last couple of years as a digital-only label, but now they’re back in the needle-to-groove business in none-more-emphatic fashion. First strike in their bid for growling bass domination in 2009 comes from Manchester’s dubious Baobinga, who bursts in with an explosive bassline track featuring Detroit’s legendary ghettotech producer DJ Nasty on vocals.
‘State Of Ghetto Jackin’ has already been used on Freq Nasty’s FabricLive Mix (selected by DJ Mag as the ‘Mint Track’ of the whole set), and word is out all over about this hammering cut. Remixes come from Dave Nada, Baltimore producer extraordinaire and one half of Dubsided’s Nadastrom, and TRG from Croatia, one of the biggest names to watch in dubstep. Nada thrashes out a glossy full-beam fidgety hot club refix which will drive the most nuts crowd even nutsier, while TRG brings his style of carumba drum patterns mixed with high density bass bounce which comes over like a bruising rethink of the funky sound. Three tracks with more than enough noise and rhythm to shatter the floor at any dance. Essential purchase.
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