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BASEMENT FREAKS: Full Moon Love Mix free download (2016) + Tour dates

Full Moon Love Mix Basement FreaksBasement Freaks has a fresh set of tour dates up as he promotes funky new LP Time Machine which – among other things – showcases a new Hillel Slovak/ early Red Hot Chili Peppers guitar direction. To show some love he’s put out this new free Full Moon Love Mix – so-called because he did it in time for 23rd March’s full moon – a good eleven days go, which just shows how busy it gets
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BASEMENT FREAKS: Time Machine (2016)

Time Machine Basement FreaksBasement Freaks‘ George Fotiadis is one of the biggest players in the party breaks scene and has been for years. So when there’s a new Basement Freaks LP out and it’s the fourth such musical adventure, it behoves those with a keen interest in party breaks to pay attention. And since his outfit’s new twelve track set has just dropped, you’ll want to know the skinny. Let’s see how they did
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BASEMENT FREAKS: Block Party Mix (2016)

Block Party Mix Basement FreaksOh Christ. Grab hold of something sturdy. Basement Freaks is in the club and he’s brought planet-sized farty bass, party breakbeats and…Queen? Yes that’s right – it takes a brave breaks-man to open his set with stadium pomp rock’s campest (and that’s saying something) (p)outfit but Georgios Fotiadis is that man. He will rock you. Any concerns that his latest Block Party Mix is
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BASEMENT FREAKS: White Hot (2016)

White Hot Kylie Auldist Basement FreaksIf you’ve been paying attention, you’ll know that the recent relative quietness from the Basement Freaks camp has been broken twice with teasers of a very funky new LP, Time Machine out soon on Jalapeno Records. First up was the super JB style All That Funk in December followed two weeks ago by the Bootsy-ish lope of Craig Charles fave Walk Away. Here’s a third offering forged in
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BASEMENT FREAKS: Walk Away (2016)

Walk Away Basement FreaksJalapeno Records are so excited about the forthcoming new LP from Basement Freaks that they’re unleashing two cuts ahead of next month’s album release. First to see the light of day is funky instrumental lope Walk Away which is less a track than a musical embodiment of Bootsy Collins on his way to score. In fact, by the time you get to the bridge it’s pretty much a musical embodiment
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BASEMENT FREAKS: ‘All That Funk’ (2015) Jalapeno Funk Vol. 7 exclusive!

Jalapeno Funk Vol 7  Basement Freaks All That Funk!The end of the year, the dreadful queues in the shops, Shakin’ Stevens’ bloody Christmas song in the charts again, MPs voting to bomb Syria even though last month David Hameron said that Russia’s bombing campaign in Syria will cause “further radicalisation and increase terrorism”, Jalapeno Funk Vol. 7…wait…what was that last one? Jalapeno Records are going to release a
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BASEMENT FREAKS: Jumpin Around (2015) Free download

Jumpin Around Basement FreaksNot the first booty take on that 1992 House Of Pain track this week but certainly the-most in-your-face, Basement FreaksJumpin Around, doesn’t so much jump around as extreme pogo through a succession of different arena-bothering beats and bass genres. That’s because he ain’t goin out like a punk bitch – get used to one style and he might switch. Still why the freebie? Could
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BASEMENT FREAKS: Basement Booty EP (2015)

Basement Booty EP Basement FreaksUndeterred by a little thing like the close of his record label Bombastic Jam, Basement Freaks is all poised to drop seismic breaks on the BombStrikes label with the Basement Booty EP, the cover of which depicts a (female) robot’s arse. We’ve all been there. Mind you, can a robot really have a gender? Let’s sidestep that thorny metaphysical minefield though and consider that
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SEE-I: Knowledge Shine Bright Remixed EP 1 (2015)

Knowledge Shine Bright Remixed EP1Obviously the first in a series, the Knowledge Shine Bright Remixed EP 1 sees Basement Freaks and QDup let their production knowledge shine bright on a brace of See-I remixes. Basement Freaks takes Boogieman (featuring Mr Lif) and makes it harder, better, faster, stronger, while QDup takes King Of The Road (which is definitely not a Roger Miller cover) and drives it
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BASEMENT FREAKS: Ain’t No Superstitious (Basement Freaks bass edit) (2015) Free download

Ain't No Superstitious Basement-FreaksThe mighty Basement Freaks‘ latest euro tour kicked off last night and to celebrate the event they’ve released a bass edit of their version of one of the greatest funk tracks of all time – Stevie’s Superstition – entitled Ain’t No Superstitious. Georges Perin sees his way to doing the vocals while ‘Big’ George Fotiadis has the foresight to pleasingly subvert punters’ expectations of what might follow
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