Rebel Sketchy – Grinspiller

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New on Ground Level records comes this from Rebel Sketchy. Expect bass. Free download.

Grinspiller Bromley mix is less breaks and more bass than you might otherwise expect. It’s a bit laidback, in so far as anything with this much sub bass can be laid back. The extended mix is the better of the two mixes, adding a bit more disco funk to the mix. Definitely, the one to go for.

If that floats your boat, how about a free mixtape to download? Live DJ Mix for NSB Radio (Hosers in Toques), which starts with Grinspiller.

Tracklist for mix (recorded live for NSB Radio, Hosers In Toques show):

Grinspiller (Bromley Remix) – Rebel Sketchy
You Can Do It (Andy McAllister Remix) – Fisso & Spark
Ninja (Original Mix) – DJ Icey
Space (Extended Mix) – Rebel Sketchy
Take me to the Top (Original Mix) – UFO Project
Gonna Be Mine (Original Mix) – NAPT, Peo De Pitte
All My Bitches (Original Mix) – Bella
Where’s the Beef? (Original Mix) – Stanton Warriors
Bells Of Fierce (Original Mix) – Sharooz
Dynamic (Colombo Remix) – Geon
Fuck Me (I’m Famous) (Original Mix) – Kuplay
The Flying Cat (Alex Mind Remix) – Cold Blank
I Came To Bop (DJ FIxx Remix) – White Boy Awesome
Hold You (PYRAMID & Rennie Pilgrem Mix) – Rennie Pilgrem, Dopamine

Blurb: Since joining the Ground Level roster in 2011 Rebel Sketchy has been a key artist for the label, dropping innovative original material like Up & Down and Bass Invaders, and providing some of the best remixes we’ve released for the likes of Fisso & Spark, Joe C and Domino. Pretty much since joining the label there’s been another project in the pipeline, an album with which he can flex his artistic muscles and songwriting skills. Its dropping later this year…

Goodbye Gravity is a collection of 10 new tracks in a variety of styles, from chilled bliss to drum & bass, via broken beats and bass music, all held together by the signature Rebel Sketchy sonic glue. The first single to come from this album is Grinspiller, a bass music roller. With skippy 2 step beats, flowing strings, wobbly bass and cut up vocals it’s a track that’s always building and mutating, reaching a peak that will rock any dance floor. Bromley, a hotly tipped trio from Bristol, are on remix duties, adding straight up 4/4 beats to the mix and a deep garage bassline showing why their home city is carving a reputation as the UK’s home of all things bass.

~ by acidted on May 29, 2013.

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