Four years after its initial release on Tayo's now defunct Cool & Deadly imprint, Pete Bassbin Twin releases this on his own label, and it still sounds just as contemporary and savage in the sub-low department as it did all those years ago. A crucial combo of dubstep, breakbeat and general bass mischief, "Woppa" lives up to its title in every single way. Slick but sludgy, deep but devastating, this here is a slice of fractured futurism that works in all sets from house to dubstep and all styles in between. Watch yer bassbins, we're telling yer!
A single track release here from US outfit the Bassbin Twins - originally LA now San Fran via a stint in Belgium - on their own imprint Bassbin Music. Melding a range of influences in this super slick release, expect the very best in beats bass. Kicking off with a shuffling, slo mo intro full of beguiling percussion and wailing cries, the weighty sub bass adds a lurching feel to the piece as it progresses. Deep, moody and super sultry, "Plastic" really gets you at the core - we urge all bass music fans to give this a listen!