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We’re in Miami and this party tonight with Trouble & Bass looks set to be one of the biggest parties of the whole week.

Saturday March 26, During Ultra Music Week, the dark powers of the bass occult will be unleashed upon downtown Miami…Trouble & Bass team up with Miami’s Overthrow crew to unleash a blend of international havoc in the one and only Overthrow castle! That’s right, this is all going down in a castle!

RSVP here and get your advance tickets here.

Here’s some music including a brand new dj-mix from Drop The Lime to tickle your taste buds before the party.

Drop The Lime – March Mix by Deadly People

Deathface – Gift of Fury (Mediafire)

Mikix The Cat – Keep on Wondering (Mediafire)

Samo Sound Boy – Rattlesnake (Mediafire)

Full details after the jump.

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B. Rich

Jul 15 2009

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NYC heavy bass hero AC Slater sent over the fifth and latest release from Party Like Us Records. If you enjoy your bass music mixed up with slabs of heavy electro house then you’ll enjoy the “Make Me Dance EP” from Pittsburgh producer B. Rich. The title track is a driving banger which features some party instigating vocals by Reese, “It’ll Be Alright” goes a bit deeper and heavier while featuring haunting vocals by Domonique.

B. Rich (ft. Reese) – Make Me Dance (YSI)

B. Rich (ft. Reese) – Make Me Dance (Sharebee)

B. Rich (ft. Domonique) – It’ll Be Alright (YSI)

B. Rich (ft. Domonique) – It’ll Be Alright (Sharebee)

Back Up In This

May 1 2009

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Electro outfit Designer Drugs have steadily been cranking out quality tracks and remixes for quite some time now. Iheartcomix picked up on the hype surrounding the duo and here’s the debut single “Zombies!/Back Up In This” (it was released on April 14th). The vinyl version will be released in Europe only but the digital version can of course be found at your favorite online shop. This one packs quite a punch with remixes from Bird Peterson, Nadastrom, Don Rimini and on the digital release additional remixes courtesy of Michael Meds, Nrotb and B. Rich.

Dave Nada and Matt Nordstrom provides us with yet another of their top notch bangers, built up around the “Back Up In This” vocal sample and handclaps it manages to be dark and quite menacing but also a bit on the funky tip. Wait for those ravey synths!

Designer Drugs – Back Up In This (Nadastrom remix) (YSI)

Designer Drugs – Back Up In This (Nadastrom remix) (Sharebee)

This is the second release on Party Like Us Records and it’s from one of the hottest on the scene. AC Slater dissappoints noone with his intense and hard hitting sound. This track has been around before but here it is in 320 goodness and to top it off a remix from Drop The Lime.

“Complete with deep wobbly bass, a face melting solo and robot voices, this blog favorite is finally receiving an official mastered release with 4 slamming remixes. Drop The Lime takes it straight to the dancefloor on his warped and rolling remix, with bonus fart sample. Baltimore superstar Tittsworth’s remix is deeper and heavier with an amazing mash of techno and bmore. Inhouse artist B. Rich fuses electro and dubstep influences together into a nuclear powered remix, and Clark Able brings the techno flavor with a driving builder of a remix.”

This is actually released today so pick up the full release with additional remixes from Tittsworth, B. Rich and Clark Able AK-47 at Beatport or Juno.

AC Slater – BanGer (YSI)

AC Slater – BanGer (Sharebee)

AC Slater – BanGer (Drop The Lime Remix) (YSI)

AC Slater – BanGer (Drop The Lime Remix) (Sharebee)