Well, i’d say this is exactly what all of us bass addicts needs right about now. Summer ain’t over friends and Frite Nite family is exactly on time to provides us another classic banger EP. This is the kind of release i’d love to get on Wax, but maybe in a near future, one or two or the complete EP will be? For now, you can stream & re-stream & re-re-re-stream this absolute killer 4 tracks by Miami bass general Hydraulix + 2 excellent remixes by Jubilee & Frite Nite’s boss Salva_For now, we dont need so much talks because this is gonna be available in about 14 days (let the clock be your guide) & 14 days is usually going fast_So bookmark your agenda, and you’ll be the first to rock your boat with those sonic weapons.
Let’s have a listen (again) to those snippets & more kudos coming after the dance **Shake
Veteran Miami Bass duo Hydraulix delivers not for the mind but strictly for the booty with From The Bottom, a hot new EP for the Frite Nite labelʼs 17th release.
Hydraulix have been a heavy-hitting underground presence in the Southeast for a decade, performing alongside undisputed originators of the Miami sound such as 2 Live Crew, Uncle Luke, Egyptian Lover, Dynamix II and more. By rights these guys know the language of proper Miami Bass better than any other crew doing it today. With releases on classic labels like Cut It Up Def, Deboinaire Records and their own Kuad imprint, and collabs and remixes with artists like Dynamix II, Tricky D, and even 2 Live Crew member Mr. Mixxx — Hydraulix come from a legit Miami Bass pedigree that you can clearly hear on their FTNT release.
The title track “From The Bottom” is a proper Miami Bass banger with Latin- influenced percussion and lazer cuts, and comes backed with a chugging half- time remix from Frite Nite label boss, Salva. The “Ghettostyle” VIP is a more of a homage to Electro-Bass, with a distorted industrial sound (and of course those pounding 808s) and comes with a flip from heralded Miami-bred DJ and producer Jubilee, that carries more of a B-More/Jersey riddim. Lastly Hydraulix round out their sound with a take on southern rap, with “Got That” — another classic Miami flip in the form of a devastating 140 bpm half-time sonic weapon. FTNT017 is probably the Frite Nite labelʼs filthiest to date, surely to create a sweaty riot on the dancefloor.
So i guess i have all your attention now ; ) pure 808 cookies in this_Perfect super heroes coming to save your a**, as its startin’ to be a complete labyrinth into all those tunes poppin on the web everyday: Frite Nite is a sign of quality. All our friends in Europe are already sad enough to not be in San Francisco, so let me give you some extra munchies, the time this EP drop_Enjoy & Play it Loud ; )
Hydraulix’s From The Bottom EP is dropping on August 28th via Frite Nite records