Generation Bass Presents: GBMIX#10! Neutrom X

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Following the relaunch last month, we continue full force with a highly energetic mix from Generation Bass crew member Neutrom X, based in the western region of Spain. When he joined the team a year ago, he already built a massive following base with his tastemaking Soundcloud repost channel. Neutrom X is involved in the Spanish juke & footwork scene, hosts radio shows on the independent underground broadcasters LIE RADIO and BELOW and is also a member of the Classical Trax community. His signature style is contagious: raw, uptempo beats drawn from different undergrounds like club, global bass, future bass, post-internet and vogue, blended effortlessly with the more breakbeat and techno vibes.

Tracklist:

Brenmar feat. UNiiQU3Hula Hoop (JayTheBiggest Remix)
– False WitnessDip Don (Dubbel Dutch Remix)
ARMEPop It Like A Frog
Dj HookJay Desean Vogue Theme
Break FastDesigner
Draft DodgerStank
Disco DYou Need Another Drink (Elisa Bee Rework)
ARMEBa
BIOSPlenty
Barow XL & TrimmerDangeross
V. Geels feat. MapalmaThunder Track
Traxx RomayCandy Darling (Byrell The Great Remix)
Banginclude & ComradeTo The Floor
FollowbackBurnout
Bok BokFoxtrot (Neana Bootleg)
MorceePinball (Scottie B Unruly Mix)
AHBS1989 (JX Cannon Remix)
ImaabsWhite Noise (Dembow Rework) (Foba Edit)
Black VanillaThrow It Down (Mike Q & Dj Fade Remix)
MC Bin LadenBololo Haha (Banginclude remix)
Clap FrecklesDanza De La Lluvia (Paul Marmota Edit)
NobelTabaatusasula
Minds Alike CollectiveDo It To The Katz (Normaling VIP Edit)
Stroon & FallgrappX-Type
Bored LordBlow Your Mind
ScheeleVacuous
Street TerrorStreets Of Terror
StoltenhoffRajasthan (Original Mix)
OuanounouAgo Ago
Divoli S´VereChild´s Play (Boys Like Princesses)
T_A_MWatty (Tarquin´s Don´t Get Lemon Edit)
FarsightHymn Of Safe Passage (Luru Remix)
Aranha & ParticleSublo (Aranha VIP)
Capo LeeLiff (Cardinal Sound ReLiff)
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Club + Rap

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Once another sign that music is moving away from the separation between dj-producer centred music and music genres with the vocalist-performer as the main artist, such as hiphop or reggaeton. In pop it happens all the time, because it’s pop, and apparently it sells to put a David Guetta and Nicky Minaj together on a track. But until recently, it rarely happened in the underground or even in the sub-mainstream.

Following the Dutch urban-eclectic scene, several genres from the global bass scene have moved in this direction and following the popularity of crews like the Sadboys and TeamSESH, producers from the vapor-trap/trillwave scene are often making beats for rappers. But now, also producers from the club trax avant garde are starting to team up with rappers, opening exciting new ways. Not just sound-wise but also for delivering club music: as live shows.

Fellow music passionate James Giovanni once asked on Facebook why instrumental grime, produced to stand on itself, is still called grime, while hip-hop instrumentals without rap are either considered incomplete or are assigned another label altogether such as trip-hop or EDM-trap. But if rap is one of the most defining elements of hiphop music, what happens if music which is stylistically of a different genre, features rap, not sampled but with lyrics created as part of the track?

Of course this has happened before. Genres like grime, dancehall and reggaeton, which aren’t considered hip-hop, feature rap. And never forget that the now almost forgotten earlier generation hybrid called hip-house (<<– WATCH THIS DOC !!) has been an important influence for the development of Baltimore club music, resulting in amazing oldskool club gems featuring rap. In 2015, this direction is being rediscovered and even though there may be more, there are two rappers in particular who are leading the promising fusion of the undergrounds of club and rap: Thast & Sugur Shane.

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Thast is an upcoming rap queen from Tampa, USA, whose first soundcloud tracks are from two years back. She started with twerk and trap flavoured beats but always with a somewhat innovative twist to it. But the fusion started two months ago, when club producers Xxsory (US), DJ Svani (Norway) and GET FACE (Norway) remixed her track ‘Rep Ur Country‘. Xxsory continued to make remixes of ‘Stop Hatin‘ [remix] and ‘Fuck U‘ [remix]. Check all of them out they’re rad!

But the obvious next step was an actual collab where DJ Svani and another Norwegian avant-garde club producer Hi Tom, delivered the beats.

Thast is setting a promising example and I hope we’ll hear more of this soon, both from her and from others !

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Sugur Shane

The Philadelphia based DJ, producer ánd rapper Sugur Shane has been crossing the borders of genres including hip-hop, house, Philly club and vogue for a very long time already, always keeping active in these different worlds of music. Fusing non-hip-hop music flavours with rap for has been the most natural thing to do for him even in times where people told him that this was impossible. But now this is on the brink of changing, he is back with two exciting releases, one track produced by Latin club avant-garde duo Santa Muerte with vocals and lyrics from Sugur Shane and a full EP created together with Krueger from Chicago and a remix from the New York based futurist DJ NJ Drone!

https://soundcloud.com/svntvmverte/sugur-shane-icy-bitch-prod-santa-muerte

Check here the vid of his track with bass arounder Astronomar from last year –>

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Classical Trax Brings the Rawest Possible Club Music [Compilation]

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There are three types of nostalgia: 1.) the one that keeps one’s view permanently directed backwards without any appreciation for the present 2.) the one that tries to strictly immitate or sterilely conserve something from the past in the present, and  3.) the one that uses the past as an inspiration to get out of a present creative deadlock and open new ways to new things. While the first and the second types have brought most of contemporary culture to an almost absolute standstill, the third sometimes necessary to prevent that same culture from such imminent disaster. We know all about that here at Generation Bass. And when Classical Trax, the internet community that hosts the most creative individuals in music on te planet, launches an 8-channel compilation project, you know that culture is on the brink of being saved.

The rules were basically as follows: “make something as crazy and exciting as possible with onlly 8 recording tracks with only one effect per track.” The result is a wildly diverse 9 tracks counting compilation from a varied range of producers from different parts of the world. And even though bringing back the restrictions that bring back the struggles from less convenient days of music recording is a ‘retro’ thing in principle, this project is quite the opposite of ‘retro’ in the kitschy sense of the word. Nowhere it tries, not even pretends, to recreate any glorified oldskool sound of a particular genre, scene or time. Instead, the restrictions are meant to challenge creativity by eliminating all the polished, pre-fabricated tricks that contemporary producers have at their disposal.

And it worked! Elements of many different genres and flavours are found, including jersey and baltimore club, grime, house, techno, hiphop, 80s synth, reggaeton and industrial, blended together in a way that is – as usually in the trax scene – at the same time incredibly catchy and incredibly uncategorisable. Coming with the rawness of times when the sounds that eventually survived into the present yet had to solidify, 8 Channel Trax gives a surreal peek into a past that never was and, thus, into a future that may be.

Tracklist:

1. Dreem Tran’sBacklash

2. Morten_HDHORNDEM (8ch VIP)

3. Dj TucoYayaw

4. Pardon – Vibre

5. Mojo GoroOasis Groove

6. SxmbraTrax Machine

7. JG JourTHE END 7IMES TRAK

8. PodlipnyB8trak

9. Graffititech006

 

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To the Floor – BangInclude and Dj Comrade

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First: bitchs, I’m back.

Second: fuck, what a crazy year.

Third: Dj Comrade and Banginclude created a mixed of baile funk and jersey club in this great track called To the Floor. In portuguese To the floor is “descendo até o chão” in portuguese and Comrade made it sampling that. Creating a double language meaning track. You can download it for free, yes!

I did few questions to Comrade about To the Floor and here is:

Who start the idea of music? How was the process to produce?

well, for this track, Banginclude has started withouth any baile elements and asks if i wanted to collab. I thought it would be cool to have a portuguese translation to ‘take it to the floor’ so I added those vocals samples and arranged it, added the synths, build ups and drops.

Do you think Jersey Club will be the next big genre to mix with funk – as trap was to favela trap, and twerk to baile twerk.

As far as Jersey club being the next big genre to mix with funk… maybe.  I think it goes well with funk since its around the 130 bpm.  But keep in mind, people have been mixing Baltimore Club with funk for a long time already… and Jersey Club is the ‘brother’ of Baltimore club, and I’m from New Jersey.. sooooo it was a natural to try it out right?

BONUS:

I start to think the american BangInlcude is enjoying the baile funk culture, few months ago he released Barulho, which has a big influence of rasterinha. For our lucky, you can also download barulho for a email in bandcamp link! But first, check the sound:

Billion Dollars – Way Out EP + extra surprise !

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For who’s read my recent moombahton roundup it may come as no surprise that Billion Dollars, from San Luis Potosí, is one of my favourite producers these days. And he’s got a huge new EP that came out two weeks ago as an exclusive for Moomba+!

In ‘Way Out EP’ he presents five excellent tracks all of which explore exciting areas of electronic latin music:

Amigo is a deliciously powerful, dark-edged moombahton banger!

Billionaries spices up a twerk vibe with intense, junglesque percussion!

Minha Escola brings a energetic-yet-deep fusion of Jersey and Baltimore club with a subtle Brazilian touch!

Monterrey, my absolute favourite track on the EP, experiments with thoughtful Sunday-afternoon flavoured lounge grooves, spiced up with a slowed down 3ball beat!

Worldwide is an crazy, uptempo eclectic bass track that draws elements from dark trap, blubbling, jungle terror and even psytrance!

If you haven’t checked it out already, get it now for free!

Friends of the producer coined a whole new term for the dark eclectic vibe of ‘Worldwide’, ‘Satan Bass’.. which inspired the producer to make another track and push Satan Bass as a new ‘thing’! He defines it as a mix of hardstyle, trap, cumbia and reggaeton.. which immediately reminds me of Gekkei and Dj Broken Record’s Dead Stare project.. the beginning of something larger..?

For now, check out this powerful, dark-twerk flavoured banger: ‘Latino’!

Baltimore, Where You At ? – Help our boy Tim to make his film!

We could really do with the help for our dude Tim to make his documentary about the Baltimore Club scene.  Tim’s done a lot of the video’s for Generation Bass and other labels free of charge as a labour of love.

So here’s your chance to help him to help draw some late coverage on the Baltimore Club Scene.

He’s launched a “Kickstarter type” page in order to help him with funding.

It is very simple. Money will be used to help me pay the general costs of the shooting. Mostly the airplane tickets between Paris and Baltimore. It may help me to pay the costs of living during the shooting too, like car rental or food goods.

If a little monney remains, I will use it to edit a small DVD DIY edition, in order to broadcast the film anywhere I can. Of course, it will be donwloadable and streamable online, as I am a strong believer in Free Culture and Free distribution.

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BMORE Essential Pack Vol.1 : 10 Essential tunes!

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From our good friend Bart over at Baltimore Club.

Some new FIRE baltimore-club.com! I selected 10 tracks that you dj’s need to have in your cd map/serato libary/traktor folders. This are some of my favorite club tunes and I know it will make every crowd wild! More and more djs in the world discover Baltimore Club Music and are playing it at parties. With this package I hope bmore is gaining more airplay at parties worldwide. So not only people from bmore are spinning club music but djs worldwide will embrace club music. I hope you like it so I can make some more packs for you!

Griff & DJ Booman – Pick Em Up
Big Red – Flip It Bounce It
Debonair Samir – Samir’s Theme
2 Hype Brothers And a Dog – Doo Doo Brown
DJ Class – Im The Ish
DJ Blaqstarr – Hands Up Thumbs Down
KW Griff – In The Club
DJ Class – Tear Da Club Up
Justice – We R Ur Friends(Scottie B, King Tutt Remix)
DJ Technics & Rod Lee – Poke Ya Ass

Support these artists and buy there tracks at the store.

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Tracks are mostly 320 kbps

THE X-CLUSIVE MADNESS IS HERE!!! MASSIVE POST n FREE ALBUMS!!

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MUSIC TO MAKE UR HIPS MOVE TIL THEY HURT IS WHAT WE GOT TODAY!!!!
BRAZIL, DOMINICAN REPUBLIC, HOLLAND, AUSTRALIA, AFRICA, MEXICO, SPAIN and more!!!!!
let’s start with the only one that ain’t free ;( !!! but it worth just the listening!!!!!! MEGA MASTER
MACACO!!!!!!! joining the also Spaniards guys from Telephunken
El Tumbero feat Macaco by Telephunken
NOW LET’S START WITH OUR MASSIVE FREE STUFF!!!!!
WHO’ S NEXT in line please:
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our brazilian fellow RENATO M2 who bangs Baile funk like the gods of hips and lust like!!!
Exclusive GENBASS mix!!!! GRAB IT HERE
or Here
Funkadelic by RenatoM2
Track List:
1 – Levanta a Saia – BloodShake (R.I.P.)
2 – Turn That Shit Up (Diplo Remix) – Tom Sthepan
3 – Empina a Pipa Feat MC GI & Cabal (dex remix) – Chernobyl
4 – Eurovision – Zombie Disco Squad
5 – Pobum Coco – Daniel Haaksman
6 – Gringo Oba Oba (Alexander Technique & Kassiano) – Killer on the Dancefloor
7 – JOGA BOLA ANGUS YOUNG_solo VS ac dc _chernobyl bailefunk edit
8 – Shab Ruffcut Remix(Oliver $ Edit) – Daniel Haaksman
9 – Zuzuka Loves Riverside (tropkill edit) – Kassiano & Alexander Techique
10 – Hit the Club (Sidney Samsom Remix) – Will Bailey
11 – Kid Conga (highbloo remix) – Daniel Haaksman (FT. Mc Miltinho)
12 – Tamanho eh documento – Edu K Feat MC GI
13 – Tamborzuda ( Rave New World Remix) – Count of Monte Cristal & Sinden
14 – Let it injeção be – João Brasil
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NEXT IS OUR DOMINICAN PRODIGY BOY: MUNCHI!!!
well this kid is really something.. we posted his dubstep promo which it’s quite good having in mind it is all original!!!
and THIS IS HIM DOING WHAT HE IS BEST AT!!! BALTIMORE!!!!!!
1. Baltimore BangerFOR FREE!!!!
SERIOUSLY GUYS!!!!! CLICK AND SAVE!!!!!!!
cuz this is SOOOOOOOOO GOOD!! Shut The Fuck Up(that’s the title f’real..lol)

REMEMBER!!!! THIS IS ALSO A GENBASS EXCLUSIVE!!!

grab the whole album!!!
Baltimore Club (320 Kbps)

1. Baltimore Banger
(20th century fox b-more with some dutch b-more influences)
2. Puerto Rican Pussy (Rmx)
(If i could pick a favorite of this promo it would be this one, it got munchi’s pornalized stamp on it lol and if you listen closely you can hear a known reggeton song)
3. Mrs Officer (Rmx)
4. Puta Cabrona
5. Shake That
(bubbling with b-more)
6. Say What
7. Ik Ben Vandaag Zo Vrolijk
(theme song of the cartoon alfred jodocus kwak baltimorized!)
8. This Shyt Right Here
(katt willams is the shyyt!)
9. Shut The Fuck Up
(katt williams is the shyt!)
10. Imma Get Medieval
(pacman meets bmore, pulpfictionized)

Next one is Dj DAKUNT showing sum maximun respect to GenBass people
Ice cube by dakunt
and ONE OF THE BEST KUDURO MIXTAPE IN AGES!!
Mixtape kuduro by dakunt
Or grab it free here
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YO!!! guys check this out..it is wicked!! THE KILLA QUEENZ remixed by jon Ohms!!
Killa Queenz – Bitches – Jon Ohms Remix by Jon Ohms

JOHN KWEST drops a BMORE X-MAS BANGER!

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hellz yeah! this one will def rock your bells mate… heavy bmore banger with the x mas theme, turn your family into a horde of crazy dancers with this one this x-mas! or die trying..

JOHN KWEST – HAPPY CLUBMAS!!

Thanks to everybody who supported my shit this year and the years to come..

Thanks to my real fam for never forgetting me and what i do..
Thanks to everybody for making sick ass music and sparking my spirit of healthy competition
HERE’S TO ALL OF US EATING IN THE DUB-DECA!!!
IT’S 2010 YO – WE IN HERE!!!
ONE!