I’m a huge fan of Bondax and the Bass music genre that’s getting bigger recently, there’s been a lot of misconception of Post Dubstep, UK Garage, and Bass Music. To be honest this genre is always evolving but the basic premise of Bass music is experimenting with sounds from R&B and Hip Hop. Most commonly they slow down or speed up a popular track and add their own sounds with a lot of sub bass and kick to make up for the uplifting melody. Bondax is one of the greatest producers that don’t define themselves as Bass music and they are exceptional in this 7 min mix for Annie Mac’s BBC Radio One Mix.
Sweet Talk (Saux Remix) – Jessie Ware
Undress U – Giraffage
You Don’t Know – 702
In Those Jeans – Ginuwine
Are You That Somebody – Aaliyah
Fill Me In – Craig David
It’s Not Right But It’s Ok – Whitney Houston
Thinking About You – Frank Ocean
It’s – Synkro
The Love Scene – Joe
Nothing In This World – Keke Wyatt/Avant
Freak Me – Silk
All The Time – Jeremih
Russian Girlfriends – Perseus
Nelly – Hot In Herre
Baby I Got That – Bondax
Sunshine – Lil Flip
Frontin – Pharrell Williams
Shake Your Ass – Mystikal
Conbread, Fish and Collard Greens – Anthony Hamilton
Cool Runnings – Perseus
Where I Wanna Be – Donnell Jones
Smooth – D’angelo
What You Won’t Do For Love – Bobby Caldwell
Blow Your Mind – Eve (Instrumental)
I Wish – Carl Thomas
Feel Like Makin’ Love – D’angelo
Fall In Love – Erykah Badu
Gold – Bondax
This past weekend was huge for EDM in So Cal. With two massive parties going on, Control (Friday’s) once again held down Los Angeles meanwhile Insomniac & Into the AM took over The Observatory (Orange County). It was my first time at The Observatory, let me start by saying, it was an amazing show. With state of the art lighting & sound, Insomniac and Into The AM remain true to assembling a quality party.
It wasn’t long before LA’s wobble extrodinare Crunch Theory plugged in & delivered a quality set. Playing the best of Tech House, Fidget, Electro & Bassline. I didn’t recognize much of what he played, but I did catch this track ID:
Savage Skulls – No. 1 (Peo De Pitte Remix)
As most of you heard the italian duo Crookers is now just Fransesco “Phra” Barbaglia. I had my doubts when I heard about the split up earlier last year. Although, Phra is really holding it down for the Crookers name. An explosive intro with the famous Dr. Gonzo really heated things up. Throughout his set he dropped tunes from 08′-09′ such as: Love to Edit, Let Me Back Up, We Are All Prostitutes, & What Up Y’all.
Crongo-rock? I struck a quick conversation with Rocco (Congorock) before he unexpectedly jumped on in the middle of Phra’s set. I didn’t get a chance to ID anything. (Although this wouldn’t be a bad idea for an italian duo project under the Crooker’s title). Given Phra & Rocco are both Italian. I enjoyed the few banging minutes of Congorock & Crookers going back-to-back. To wrap this up I highly reccomend these FREE tunes from Crunch Theory & Crookers, Enjoy!
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