Ckrono & Slesh. These Italian bass monsters served up some juicy remixes recently. The Lorenzo mix below is outstanding, imo. Actually, it was Lorenzo’s remix that caught my attention, loving the drum-work.
The entire remix collection:
Here’s a somewhat related video…from Ckrono & Slesh: CKRONO & SLE$H X FUUKU – R*EVOLUTION
Here’s some info on these cats in their own words:
Ckrono & Slesh are two DJs and producers who emerged strongly from the fertile underground of Florence (Italy) which in recent years launched some of the best Italian EDM talents (Numa Crew & Digi G’Alessio just to name a few) .
They come from different musical backgrounds but together they represent the perfect fusion of eclectic music for any party anytime, anywhere. Their sound, developed with great mixing technique, has a predisposition to the evolving bass culture and is enriched with tropical flavours. You can feel the devotion to Hip Hop, the energy of Drum’n’bass, the broken rhythms of Breakbeat and the Dubstep synth-bass lines.
Their remix and edit in the newborn edm hype genre Moombahton received thousands of downloads worldwide. During 2012, their sound has been evolved towards new musical horizons such as Juke, Trap and Hardstyle (150-160 bpm) while maintaining their musical identity. For instance, their remix of Milangele’s Blue Sky (100% PresiBene) has amazed audiences and critics for its originality and power.
Both come with the new live / dj sets “Machete Bass”, in which the music club blends perfectly with the Afro-Caribbean and South American sounds, powered by powerful lazer basses and irresistibly sexy rhythm.
2013 is a great year for C&S: after touring Italy in all the most relevant Bass music parties, such as Bassano del Grappa’s “Trash-Dance”, they have released several bunch of originals and collaboration tracks (with Milangeles, Fuuku, Pedar Poy) exploring the border sound of the contemporary club music. Finally, in October, Ckrono & Slesh have released their first official Ep on Meanbucket rec: “Railways EP” contains 5 tracks picking influences from Bmore, Trap, and Juke, showcasing their versatility behind the boards with club ready bangers and the ability to take it down a notch and deliver tracks not limited only to dance floors and sweaty clubs.