Basement Jaxx Vinyl, CD & tapes from this artist at Norman Records
House duo Basement Jaxx made a lot of prime pop cuts back when the 1900s switched over to that weird new era called the 2000s, primarily hitting it big with the boisterous and in-your-face "Where's Your Head At". 'Singles' is their definitive collection, and it's now being issued on vinyl for the first time. Some might say the Basement Jaxx subverted dance music, but what 'Singles' proves is that they were at their best when they made it loud and proud.
- Vinyl LP (XLLP187)
- Coloured vinyl
Basement Jaxxx are a Venezuelan three-piece samba-tech boom-bap outfit famed for sporting used girls underwear purchased from japanese street vending machines and wearing those hi-vis jackets like men what work on motorways do and also the Sir Julian Copes who, whilst presenting Top of the Pops, once did too. They have different groovy hairstyles for each month of the week and enjoy employing aggressive primates to star in their drugged-up contro-videos. They're no longer as popular as they once were but they don't care because at least two of their songs are used as incidental music on the TV for everything from panty liners to bin liners. And the footy highlights. Therefore they are stinking rich and don't need your money. So please steal this off of the dark interweb. If you actually like physical objects, this double record set comes with a silver designer drinks coaster with the music cleverly imbedded in it. You can't steal that as we have our eyes on you, monkey fingers.
- Vinyl Double LP (JAXXLP008)
- CD (JAXX2CD008)
- Limited edition
House duo Basement Jaxx are set to release 'Junto', their seventh record and their first in almost four years. The eponymous single from 'Never Say Never' is a cut from the record, featuring vocals from rising UK vocalist ETML, as well as the emotive pop bent you'd expect from a Basement Jaxx song. The 'Never Say Never' single is limited to just a hundred copies.
Wayward Remix VIP Edit
Got Some Bring It Back Remix