Ghetto Bassquake Launches New Label with Single Produced by Radioclit
- Words: Patric Fallon
The multinational Ghetto Bassquake blog has been doing its world-bass-music-posting thing for plenty of years, but now it's ready to expand into the world of releasing music with a brand-new single for UK-based Afro-disco sextet A.J. Holmes & The Hackney Empire. The outfit's song is called "Fraudian Slip," which features vocal contributions from Secousse resident MC Kastro and was produced by the infamous Afro-inclined tunesmiths of The Very Best, Radioclit (pictured above). The forthcoming release also sports remixes of the title track from Uproot Andy, Erick Rincon, Moroko Babash, and Ghetto Bassquake contributor Cheif Boima. You can preview the whole thing before it's released on September 24 here, and check out the cover art and tracklist below.
"Fraudian Slip feat. Kastro (Long Mix)"
"Fraudian Slip feat. Kastro (7" Mix)"
"Fraudian Slip feat. Kastro (Erick Rincon Tribal Guarachero Remix)"
"Fraudian Slip feat. Kastro (Chief Boima Remix)"
"Fraudian Slip feat. Kastro (Uproot Andy Remix)"
"Fraudian Slip feat. Kastro (Moroka Babash Remix)"
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