Tag Archives: Kill Frenzy

Hannah Wants & Chris Lorenzo // Dappy

2 Apr

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Hannah Wants & Chris Lorenzo make their debut on Food Music with the immense ‘Dappy’. The infectious grooves and THAT bassline have already cemented themselves with of Claude Vonstroke, Justin Martin, T Williams, plus Food’s own Kry Wolf and Shadow Child, and it now looks set to tear roof tiles and big-top canvas off many more parties through 2013. YUM003 now also comes complete with the even darker remix from Belgium’s shining star Kill Frenzy(Food Music SC, 2013) Beatport here.

dirtybird Players (Part 1)

27 Feb

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Introducing the dirtybird players compilation, the follow-up to last years “Hatched” comp which was picked as the compilation of the year in DJ mag.  It’s 14 original tracks split into two releases and featuring up-and-comers and old schoolers on the label. The musical direction of dirtybird is always evolving but that sense of good times is always there in the background, keeping you smiling and dancing in your house parties, giant clubs and car stereos around the world. 

Part one of the players comp is totally stacked with killer trax from veteran db artists Justin Martin & Ardalan, Kill Frenzy & Nick Monaco,  Munnibrotherz, and J. Phlip.  In addition some newer acts like Shadow Child, Nick Olivetti, & Supatrol all deliver monster tunes I really love as well.

As usual the music speaks for itself so we will spare you the 2 page blurb.

Enjoy the tunes! 
VonStroke

Beatport here!

Justin Martin // Ghettos & Gardens Remixes Vol. 2

2 Dec

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Justin Martin‘s ghetto garden has produced another hefty harvest: a second remix volume from his widely-acclaimed “Ghettos & Gardens” with refixes of all shapes and sizes from some of Justin’s favorite producers and best mates. Claude VonStroke takes the vocals of the title track and crafts them into an acid bomb of nuclear proportions, while Eats Everything’s Ruff Stuff reruff is a big, Bristolian bully: properly bass-heavy. Leroy Peppers and Shadow Child both bring a 90s DnB vibe to the table; Pepper’s remix of Don’t Go is crispy and featherlight, while Shadow Child blasts Riding Spaceships through a galaxy of space beats, breaks, and builds. A double-stack of Gurner goodness: Tanner Ross strips the croonin’ tune down to a lonely snap and a synth, while Willis Haltom and LOPAZZ choose to give it a warehouse party treatment with synth stabs, Roland rumbles, and a hefty acid attitude. To round out the release, Kill Frenzy adds some of his signature twerked-out bass to Butterflies while Pezzner delivers a thumping, tribal beast of a Molokini remix, replete with cavernous layers of percussion and singing sirens. (dirtybird SC, 2012)

Kill Frenzy // Go To The Mo

1 Sep

Kill Frenzy debuted on dirtybird with the label anthem of last year “Make that Booty Clap featuring DJ Funk”. To have a track that gets played by everyone all the way from Soul Clap to Skrillex shows Kill Frenzy’s ability to bridge the gap between genres, cliques and crews around the world. This new EP pushes even further into that original sound. To be able to combine footwork, breaks, techno & dubstep and make it all playable in house DJ sets is a big achievement and Kill Frenzy seems to have claimed this new genre all for himself. We have to give credit to co-producer of “Go To The Mo” dirtybird’s long time friend Sacha Robotti working with KF on the A side, but there is no denying this new talent from Belgium and we are really excited to have Kill Frenzy be a part of dirtybird. It also makes me happy that after 8 years some of that San Francisco dirt is breaking through to places like Belgium other countries in Europe outside of the UK. (dirtybird SC, 2012) – Out Sept 12, 2012

Anabatic Records // Nu-Bay$$ Vol. 1

30 May

Tune in to a a new compilation series on Anabatic Records called Nu-Bay$$ which is all about the low end and tracks that get the floor moving.
…five new and upcoming producers… …who are making the kind ghetto ass bass driven tracks we dig. 
(Anabatic Records SC, 2012) Check out the full descript here and preview below! Out June 5th.