Official DnB Remix for Major Lazer "Cash Flow" available now!

Last winter, I had started hearing buzz that electro-indie tastemaker Diplo was getting ready to team up with legendary UK producer Switch, to form a “supergroup” of sorts and were getting ready to drop a reggae album.

Flash forward to this Summer and the Major Lazer LP “Guns Don’t Kill People, Lazers Do!” dropped. Featuring guest appearances from Santogold, Mr. Lexx, Vybes Kartel, Jahdan Blakkamore and many other Jamaican dancehall artists, combining dancehall lyrics & the signature sounds from the Mad Decent / Dubsided camps and hitting the masses with what some considered to be the most original LP of 2009.

The lead off single, “Hold The Line” proved to be one of the year’s most heavily remixed tunes (outside of Deadmau5′s “I’ll Remember” and a couple of others), and this really got remixers around the world fired up to get their hands on more of the material to make it accessible to their core audiences.

Fortunately for myself and the production team I work with, we were able to reach out to Diplo & Major Lazer and got granted access to “Hold The Line” as well as a lesser known track off the LP called “Cash Flow” featuring Jahdan Blakkamore.

Jahdan has quickly been building a name for himself throughout the US and abroad in both the dancehall & indie hiphop circles with the release of his much anticipated debut “Buzzrock Warrior” in September of this year.

The blend of his roots reggae voice with the beats off the Major Lazer LP had us dying to get ahold of this one, so without further ado, here’s the OFFICIAL DnB remix of Major Lazer- “Cash Flow” featuring Jahdan Blakkamore:

Major Lazer- “Cash Flow” feat Jahdan Blakkamore (Official DnB Remix) by 2Cents & Zezo One

Official DnB Remix for Major Lazer “Cash Flow” available now!

Last winter, I had started hearing buzz that electro-indie tastemaker Diplo was getting ready to team up with legendary UK producer Switch, to form a “supergroup” of sorts and were getting ready to drop a reggae album.

Flash forward to this Summer and the Major Lazer LP “Guns Don’t Kill People, Lazers Do!” dropped. Featuring guest appearances from Santogold, Mr. Lexx, Vybes Kartel, Jahdan Blakkamore and many other Jamaican dancehall artists, combining dancehall lyrics & the signature sounds from the Mad Decent / Dubsided camps and hitting the masses with what some considered to be the most original LP of 2009.

The lead off single, “Hold The Line” proved to be one of the year’s most heavily remixed tunes (outside of Deadmau5′s “I’ll Remember” and a couple of others), and this really got remixers around the world fired up to get their hands on more of the material to make it accessible to their core audiences.

Fortunately for myself and the production team I work with, we were able to reach out to Diplo & Major Lazer and got granted access to “Hold The Line” as well as a lesser known track off the LP called “Cash Flow” featuring Jahdan Blakkamore.

Jahdan has quickly been building a name for himself throughout the US and abroad in both the dancehall & indie hiphop circles with the release of his much anticipated debut “Buzzrock Warrior” in September of this year.

The blend of his roots reggae voice with the beats off the Major Lazer LP had us dying to get ahold of this one, so without further ado, here’s the OFFICIAL DnB remix of Major Lazer- “Cash Flow” featuring Jahdan Blakkamore:

Major Lazer- “Cash Flow” feat Jahdan Blakkamore (Official DnB Remix) by 2Cents & Zezo One

Compression SF is back with another installment THIS FRIDAY!

Compression SF aka The Bay Area Bass Beasts, are back in full E-FF-E-C-T here in San Francisco, bringing nothing but the dirty business & banging beats to the hallowed halls of legendary dance club, 1015 Folsom (aka 103 Harriet).

This time around, wer’e bringing up LA’s own DJ Machete along with SF to LA transplant Gridlok along with some special help in the dubstep room, featuring DJ’s:

  • Gridlok (Project 51 / Virus LA)
  • Machete (Junglist Platoon / Respect LA)
  • DZ (Bad Man Press / Surefire)
  • Ill-Esha (Glitch Hop Forum / BluSaphir Records)
  • The Doctor (Trauma / Primitive Science)
  • The Heights (Shelter / BADNB)
  • Hadji (Shift Recordings / Stupid Fly)
  • Arson (584Apparel.com / Extortion Sound)
  • Peter B (Shelter / Odyssey)

Along with MCs: Zezo One (The Birthday Boy turnin another year older) & MC Duh (Crazy Drunken Styles upon Styles)

You can cop pre-sales over @ Compression SF (online) or Lower Hater (Haight & Steiner SF)

Welcome to the new improved Bassline Rumble

After months of trying to figure out WTH to do with the site since moving up to SF, I am super happy to announce the new design and features that will be coming with BasslineRumble.com v.2.0!

This will be a work in progress, but in the coming weeks, you should start to see dramatic refinements outside of just the design/layout.

Keep your eyes peeled for things like:

  • Forums for bassline junkies to link up, network & discuss what is going on in the world around us
  • Integration into social media service providers such as Twitter, Facebook, MySpace & SoundCloud
  • Upcoming Events Calendar
  • Contests