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Legendary UK Techno Collective 'Chicks Dig Bass' Release Hugely Anticipated Double-A Side Single At Last!

02-06-2013 | Music Releases
Email: waxindignantrecordings@yahoo.co.uk
Url: http://goo.gl/QJwAa


Hailing from between Reading and West London, the enigmatic production collective who call themselves 'Chicks Dig Bass'
have released their first double-A side since signing to Wax Indignant Recordings in 2011.

Entitled 'Ra Ra Kali Ma / Dark Matter', the A side is a barnstorming hardhouse floor-filler with a distinctly acidic twist and a trademark 303 burble, while the AA side, 'Dark Matter', has a more leftfield trance feel with a spine-tingling melody which will bring up the ghoosebumps in all but the most battered of clubbers.

Recorded at Sargasso Studios, with it's plethora of old-school analogue mono synths and drum machines, both tracks on the single showcase Chicks Dig Bass' analogue fatness and warmth that sounds great through a large club PA - preferably outdoors, on a beach as the sun rises!

Aimed at the burgeoning digital DJ market, the tracks are available as WAV files, recorded directly off the mixing desk to minimise any loss in sound quality, and designed for DJs to drop directly into software or to burn onto CD to take out and play.

Each track is available for download NOW, exclusively at JunoDownload.com, priced at 99p per track or 1.49 for the entire Double-A in WAV format.

320k mp3s are also available at the same price, or if you just want to stick it on your iPod, 192k mp3 are available at a mere 99p for the whole release.

Any DJs wanting something a bit fat and psychedelic to drop into their sets can audition the tracks with Juno's player - just click on the link to Juno Download.

Also available from Chicks Dig Bass is THROB.

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