Tuesday, 22 February 2011

This week's BB mailing... get the album exclusively @ The Star this Thursday, track by track breakdown from Hannah, videos & a whole lot more!


- BATTY BASS - THE RISE OF THE ARTISTS - ALBUM OUT NEXT WEEK

- BUY THE ALBUM EXCLUSIVELY AT OUR LAUNCH PARTY AT OUR SPIRITUAL HOME THE STAR ON THURSDAY.



Holla Party People!!!

We're very proud to announce the release of Batty Bass Presents - The

Return To Planet Batty - Rise Of The Artists out to buy online and in all good record stores from next week 27th Feb.

EXCLUSIVE: Want to get it sooner?

We will be selling the album on Thurs at our launch party
@ The Star Of Bethnal Green.

Come and celebrate with us!!!

A track by track breakdown of the album:

Shake It Up - Pure London bass melt with raw attitude from Mama

He Who Is Well Dressed - Jahcoozi's East London hip-hop bass mashup

Horses - Mama's surreal vocal imagery blended with a catchy chaotic beat infusion

Check the video for Mama's track here:









Re- Rokk Robot - Hannah Holland's straight to the dancefloor and werk your batty mix of POSH! 's electro detroit shaker

Paris' Acid Ball - Hannah Holland's acid vogue house trip to New York seen through the eyes of an East End club kid

I Am - The fabulous Andre J teams up with club legend Warboy for this acid tribal tale of a truely original superstar

Don't Critsize - Keaton works in his drum and bass background to this soulfull house smasher with sweet vocals from Amy

Fuck - Berlin electronic punk mpc wize Pilocka Krach gives us a belter of a clap enticing electro bass fuck!

Phearsome Bitch - East End mask wearing legend Feral weaves us stories from the under belly of the drag queen world against a backdrop of ragga bass beats.

Huge reactions to Hannah's Paris' Acid Ball from last year and included on the album:

DJ Hell "love it , will play it from now on in every set"

Heidi (Radio One / Get Physical) "This is a track so fierce that if your not dancing when this drops in the club you need to drag your sorry ass back home to bed....reprezentin the old school in a major way. Get your vogue on."

Jesse Rose (Made 2 Play) - an authentic piece of prototype house music at it's very best. a lost gem! "

Azari & III (Permanent Vacation/Turbo) - Paris Acid Ball is ballin' !!!!!!


C-Rock - MotorcitySoul "Really love the tune and would love to play it as well to chart it in my c-rock beatport charts! It's fucking amazing, the right mix of oldskool for old men like and kick in the ass for all the new kids out there"

Tayo (fabric) - Ugly, Dirty, Sexy

Smokin Jo (We Love Space/Area Remote) -- 10/10 Fabulous

Big congrats to our creative director Alex Noble for his first show at

fashion week.



Lookin forward to seeing you on the dancefloor and your headphones soon.




Big Love



BB crew x







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Monday, 21 February 2011

Friday, 18 February 2011

Batty Bass player Dan Beaumont stops by for 2 more slices of BB killer floor fillers...



















DSK - What Would We Do (Eight Minutes of Madness)

This is an absolute party banger... a demented horn riff weaves in and out of a brilliantly constructed house groove for literally eight minutes of madness. I think this might be my favourite record ever... you can almost smell the smoke machine, poppers and sweat when you listen to it, it's total realness.



R Tyme - Use Me (MK dub)

This is a proper slab of detroit house music. A classic MK remix with all his definitive hallmarks - skippy hats, infectious bassline, organ riffs, string sweeps and sliced up vocals. Jacking and deep tis is unbeatable club music that still sounds perfect.

Friday, 11 February 2011

Monday, 7 February 2011

2 Batty Bass favourites from Deboa

There's a long selection of tracks I love to drop at Batty Bass that go down well, Oh Superman, Mirror Dance, Midnight, Brooklyn New York but the two I've chosen are tracks that are a little bit different. Tracks that, the first time I heard, I knew were right for BBB. For me they're individual, funky, brukky, bassy, they mirror what I see and feel at BBB

Dapayk and Padberg - 'Khes'
I drop this a lot - always in the box. Tribal beats with a snap to it. The vocal is simple but works - I'm still not bored of it after almost 2 years.. The melody is simple too but when you listen closely to it you begin to hear these cheeky bleeps and boops. I picture these pre-colonial African drummers communicating with each other..I still love music, boom, boom, boom..




Rebolledo - 'Amigos Coemme'
This track is totally different from most pieces out there. Its stripped down, tough beats, with quirky vocals that I don't understand. But you can just imagine what he's talking about. Its a fun track, It doesn't take itself too seriously. A real head bopper with a mid bass that draws you in. It can be a bridging track between a warm up and a peak set but also works well when I've played it late.

Rebolledo - Amigos Cómeme by cómeme

Tuesday, 1 February 2011

BB player Dan Beaumont shares some classic batty bass weaponry



















e-N - The Horn Ride (Danny's Ballroom mix)
This is the unmistakable sound of Tenaglia at the top of his game.... This record is real and raw! An epic 10 minutes of house music; a masterclass in big room drama. Play loud on vinyl for the full bottom heavy ballroom effect... Beware: It's an analogue earthquake.



Ralph Falcon - That Sound
A stone-cold classic from MURK's Ralph Falcon. A subterranean slice of late night house that somehow manages to sound like proto-jungle. It's rough, ready and still sounds enormous in a big room. Both dubs on the original 12" do the business as well. Hot & Heavy.