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End comes from New York and is desribed sounding as; “…one of these new hipster electronic bands. Like Justice or somebody. Being mugged. In a back alley. By a surf-rock band.” They just released a new record called “A Little Girl Called Trouble” (on AeroCCCP Recordings), we have the siren and wobbly bassfilled Math Head (of Trouble & Bass fame) remix of the title track.

End – A Little Girl Called Trouble (Math Head remix) (YSI)

End – A Little Girl Called Trouble (Math Head remix) (Sharebee)

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The mighty Trouble & Bass crew (Drop The Lime, The Captain, Star Eyes & Math Head) will take the jump across the Atlantic to London tomorrow for an apperance at Night Slugs (run by our homie Alex Bok Bok). The night will serve as a launch party for the fantastic new Drop The Lime single “Hear Me” and it will most likely be insane. Those of you in London should try to hit this but those of us unfortunate not be able to make it to this will have to listen to these tracks + mixes while imaging being liquored up and feeling that bass pound against our bodies.

First out is this tune by L-Vis 1990:

L-Vis 1990 – Apple Bass (zShare)

Then we have a Bok Bok tune from the start of 08 that never saw the light of day:

Bok Bok – Whole World Changing 4×4 (zShare)

Then we have this brand new Drop The Lime mix on which Luca sings and everything:

Drop The Lime – Summer City Heat mix (Sendspace)

Last but not least a Bok Bok and L-Vis 1990 back to back effort from the Night Slugs show on Sub FM last week.

“Lots of dubplates, UK house and deep vocal flavas on this one as well as our usual heavyeight bassline selection (though less of that and more of the percussive shit) – definitely a showcase of how we’re sounding at the moment!”

Bok Bok b2b L-Vis 1990 – Night Slugs @ Sub FM 18/10-08

Tracklisting after the jump.

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20-year-old Stockholm electropop singstress Little Jinder is one of our favorite acts to emerge from this fair country during the last year. Now she’s releasing the remix version of her debut EP “Polyhedron” on NYC label Trouble & Bass. The EP sees remixes from top heavy bass players such as Drop The Lime, AC Slater, Goon & Koyote, Math Head etc. French producer Mikix The Cat also did one and it’s the one we have for you today. Mikix gives us a version that’s starts out all slow and sweet with a steady beat and Josefines pretty voice but then quickly dissolves into a sharp and wobbly basspacked ride bound for the dancefloor.

Little Jinder – Polyhedron (Mikix The Cat remix) (YSI)

Little Jinder – Polyhedron (Mikix The Cat remix) (Sharebee)