The free bass music downloads blog for DJs and music lovers.
Est. 2010, LSM is the emergency room for broken beats and ill basslines. Our Audiology unit specialize in electro-funk therapy, wonky bangers and wobbly-knees. Our ward only features the sickest free mixes, mash-ups and mishaps.

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Hong Kong Ping Pong Mixtape 11

Published on March 9th, 2019 | by Sid Wesley

**PARENTAL ADVISORY EXPLICIT CONTENT** The Hong Kong Ping Pong guys have been teasing us all with talk and video clips of the forthcoming 11th edition of their awesome mixtape series for a good while now. After much... Read More


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Day 12 Kid Breaks – LSM Christmas Mix

Published on December 25th, 2018 | by Fifties

Last but not least in our countdown, we present the little dude with a big sound and an even bigger heart – LSM gives you: Kid Breaks! Anyone who has followed his success in 2018 will... Read More


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Day 7 Fifties – Lot49 vs Fingerlickin’

Published on December 20th, 2018 | by Fifties

Day 7 sees LSM’s Fifties take on the biggest names in breaks – Lot49 and Fingerlickin’ Records. Head to head, mano a mano, – this really is the clash of the titans!! 1. Criminal Element Orchestra... Read More


Breakbeat

Generation X Show Prodigy ‘No Tourists’ Special

Published on December 18th, 2018 | by Tariq Ziyad

Glowkid presents a Prodigy special show on Kniteforce Radio Glowkid brings his unique passion and energy to a celebratory radio show showcasing tracks from the new Prodigy album and more. Listen via the mixcloud link above... Read More


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The Armory Podcast: Kid Breaks – Episode 198

Published on December 15th, 2018 | by Sid Wesley

Kid Breaks latest big adventure has seen his new DJ mix land on Zach Moore‘s legendary Armory Podcast! Many of the biggest names in Breakbeat have adorned the halls of The Armory Podcast towers including Krafty... Read More


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  • We’re huge fans of breakbeat and bass music. There’s nothing we like more than listening to one breaks banger after another for approximately 1-2 hours straight. The only thing better than that is when two or more of these tunes are played at the same BMP into each other. This is where DJs come in handy as they’ve got this technique down to an art form. Plus most software does it automatically anyway. Check out our hand picked range of breaks mixes here and give props to the DJs.

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