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UKF Bass Culture 2

Brand New Release – UKF Bass Culture 2

The long-awaited Bass Culture 2 Album is nearly here, and its going to be HUGE! We have be lucky enough to be granted a sneak peak and we can safely say that when this album drops, its not going to disappoint.

We are a little excited.. are you?


Label: UKF
Formats: Download / 2xCD
Tracks: CD1 – 20 tracks, CD2 – 20 tracks Download – 40 tracks + 2 mixes + digital booklet
Release Date: 2nd Sep (Download) / 3rd Sep (2CD)

Official Press Release

One billion views and counting! If anyone can document the bassline’s endemic behaviour in current club music, it’s UKF. Standing proud at the very forefront of the bass revolution since 2009 they’ve watched all manner of low-end frequencies worm, wriggle and writhe their way into almost every genre of dance music possible. From dubstep to drum & bass and beyond… Via their YouTube channels, events and compilations, UKF has documented and delivered the very best of this seismic sonic shift to their subscriber base of over 2.6 million international bass freaks.

And they continue…This summer sees the launch of UKF’s sixth bass compendium; launched the weekend after they will take over the mainstage of London’s SW4 festival with a stellar selection of artists, ‘UKF Bass Culture 2’ is an incisive snapshot of exactly where the ever-developing bass movement is at in 2012. Sprawling across two CDs and with 40 tracks to get your teeth into, ‘UKF Bass Culture 2’ astutely draws together the many tangled strands of electronic music, bridging the gaps between dubstep, drum & bass, electro and more in one bass fuelled package.

Featuring an eclectic selection of original productions and remixes, vocal tracks and instrumentals, scene stalwarts and emerging talents, UKF have curated a bold statement of the rude health of electronic music in 2012. Featuring tracks from the likes of Nero, Rudimental, Knife Party, Sub Focus, Drumsound & Bassline Smith, Netsky, Example, Flux Pavilion, Gemini and more, there is nowhere else that you will find a more diverse, emphatic and conclusive view of the best in bass music. This is essential for well versed bass heads and newcomers alike.

What do you think?

Written by mAson


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