Today Trouble & Bass brings us some prime listens from the Gotham underground. Tony Quattro, the newest addition to the Bass clan, channels some serious UK bass and US house to perfectly capture New York in sound. Aptly named, this has literally been my going-out anthem for the past several weeks! And the b-side “Forth & Seek” with Doctor Jeep and B. Ames is just the sexy, deep, funky accompaniment that makes this EP a must have!
BONUS – Download these hotttt bootlegs from Tony as well!
2013 is without a doubt Trouble & Bass’ year. The Brooklyn-based label and DJ collective has so many upcoming releases and is making so many big moves that I had to chat with Luca Venezia of Drop The Lime fame and founder of the dark creative collective to make sure I had everything straight. And after witnessing the face melting awesomeness at their BASS CLASH event with Mixpak a few weeks ago, I’ve gotta say that these dark Dons are leaders in their field and definitely ones to watch.
Down in Brooklyn, close to the water and slightly off the beaten path, lies the Glasslands Gallery. Glasslands is a favorite for people like myself who want to experience the music up close and personal, don’t mind dancing in a packed room full of young hipster types, like to make out in the photobooth and love to randomly rub shoulders with the artists before their sets. Well last week they put on another one of their occasional electronic music parties, bringing in a unique line up consisting of Bondax, Sweater Beats and Tony Quattro that I just had to expereince…catch my review after the jump: