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Published on December 28th, 2018 | by Sid Wesley


Crash Party – Crashing Your Party Volume Two

Crash Party always deliver the kind of music to have you off your seats and busting out your best moves, whether that be in your living room or in the club. Luckily for us all, they have 6 tracks of that very kind of music for us on their free ‘Crashing The Party Volume Two’.

The first four tracks on this EP are previously unreleased remixes and bootlegs that have only been heard in their live sets and DJ mixes. Of those four tracks, the first three sees the duo stick to their fiery and bass-heavy Glitch Hop roots with their spins on ‘Steal My Sunshine’ by Len, ‘Soul Man’ by Sam and Dave and their sample-heavy take on The Incredible Bongo Band’ ‘In-a-Gadda-Da-Vida’. Completing the quartet is a fusion of Ghetto Funk and bassline House on Mousse T‘s ‘Horny’.

Following on from those heavy hitting remixes and bootlegs are two bonus tracks that the guys have decided to let loose again from their personal collection. ’26’ is a remix of Benga‘s ’26 Basslines’ is something of a crossover tune that flips from House to Breakbeat and back again and it’s one of those filthy tracks you’d love to hear tearing up a room at four in the morning! Last up is their festival edit of their previous tracks ‘Messy’ which is their spin on a Ray Charles track and if you thought their original piece of work was a bass monster, check it out now!


Download ‘Crashing Your Party Volume Two’ for free or pay what you like here on Bandcamp.


Links for Crash Party :

Soundcloud / Facebook


About the Author

: I'm Sid, a dude from Lincolnshire. I'll be bringing you music from the perspective of the dance floor, the place I love to be most! I've no production or DJ experience, but I do know a bloody good tune when I hear one and if I connect with it, I'll share it in the hope you connect with it to. Selection and connection is the name of the game.

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