That's What We Call Bass - Part 2

A 4 track jungle/drum 'n' bass ep (18m 3s) — released July 8th 2013 on Grid Recordings

Grid Recordings keeps things moving with another sledgehammer of a release. Featuring four upfront and grimy tracks from some of the label's most loved producers, That's What We Call Bass Part 2 sees Tyke, Prestige, Rawtee and Vital Elements serve up another dose of essential Grid.

Tyke and Prestige team up once again from yet another jump up colossus. After a chilling cinematic intro, Cowboy Desperado transforms into a stomping juggernaut. Featuring thick, twisting bass and hammering drums, Cowboy is another weapon from the production team that brought us Scorpio.

Rawtee keeps things moving with the adrenaline fueled sounds of Throwing Stars VIP. After a desolate intro, Throwing Star explodes into a track designed to destroy the dancefloor. A combination of catchy bassline, metallic synths and rolling percussion - expect Throwing Stars VIP is already dealing damage.

After a futuristic opening, Artificial Intelligence transforms into a space-age Jump Up number. A blend of a truly unique bassline, infectious melody and complex drums, Artificial Intelligence sees Vital Elements return to produce another stunning track on Grid.

Kill A Man sees the on form Prestige return for another slice of quality Drum and Bass. Keeping a stripped back arrangement, Prestige fuses chilling samples with one of grottiest basslines you'll hear this year. Featuring a beat you can't help but move to as well as an outrageous bassline, Kill a Man is already murdering the dance.

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