Bass Tourist Records is a digital label focusing on electronic dance music of all genres that’s got big bass sounds. We love anything that kills a dance floor – bassline, dubstep, garage, house, electro, dancehall, 2step, bmore. Bass Tourist was started by Secret Agent Gel with friends and is roughly based out of Brooklyn, tho our roster is world-wide.
Secret Agent Gel pairs up with Brooklyn's Liz Toft for "Cooking Up Bass" a dark, UK funky house banger. The b-side, the instrumental Frankenstein, runs with the spooky, bashy house theme.
The Lengthy Riddim is a tribal dance track featuring intricate, body-weight beats and heavy bass. At once deep and upfront, It sits well alongside dubstep, UK Funky, house or any bass-heavy dance floor mix. Hackman, known for his beautiful house and garage, has remixed the original, taking it almost house, almost a classic garage sound, sexier, and more luscious.
This uk funky-meets-ragga A side from Bass Tourist's own Secret Agent Gel features Coppa on the mic, and the pairing is dangerous! Bok Bok's remix pushes the modern bass, grime and funky boundries. Bringing together Brooklyn, Berlin and London, this release is going to take over the world.
When We heard this tune here at the Bass Tourist, it scared the shit out of us and we knew we had to put it out. Grimelock delivers a dark hard4 banger and then BunZer0 mangles it into dubstep.
BunZer0 drops two searing broken dubstep tunes. Another great DJ-turned-producer, BunZer0 smashes the lines between genres, and writes tunes that make you start to wiggle whether you like it or not.
Proper northern UK bassline from badman Yozzi B. He combines big beats and vocal samples with enough grit and wallop to make you jump.
Noisy electro house from Canada's DZ. Known in the electro and underground bass scene, this prolific beat producer occasional gets drunk and makes straight bass-booty music. We had to put out two of them.
With Joe Breaker's first EP, he drops the perfect mix between dubstep and dancefloor. Running with that, we added a bassline remix from Secret Agent Gel and a grime remix featuring Toronto's UKC crew.
The debute release on Bass Tourist is the three track "Raver I" EP from Secret Agent Gel. The already rinsed "Wildman" kicks it off, and then rolls on with two more minimal-but-heavy 4x4 kickers.
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