Mosquito Motor - "I Want You" (Mark Krupp remix) - (4:26) 136 BPM
Belong With Me - (5:09) 136 BPM
Down - (5:25) 136 BPM
Push The Feeling On - (4:45) 136 BPM
Because Of You (bass mix) - (5:03) 136 BPM
Because Of You (Organ mix) - (5:03) 136 BPM
What You Got - (5:05) 136 BPM
Kick Your Legs Higher - (5:17) 136 BPM
With You - (5:17) 133 BPM
Behind These Hazel Eyes (feat Deeroll) - (5:11) 134 BPM
Review: Russian producer Mark Krupp has dabbled in everything from garage to trance, prog and electro house, and he brings all his influences together on this bumper 19 track package on Bass Machine. There's plenty of floor-friendly tackle to wade through, many of which touch on the speed garage/bassline end of the musical spectrum.
Review: Russian speed-garage don Mark Krupp returns with this trio of hush-hush bootlegs. "Days Like That" uses the accapella from the Headhunters tune of the same name and works up a clattering, mid-'90s garage beat underneath it which sets it off nicely. Roll Deep's "Good Times" and Katy Perry's "Teenage Dream" get the same bassline treatment, upping the bpm's and the heart palpitations massively in both instances.
Review: Russian garage-head Mark Krupp continues his run of great singles with this new pair of tunes on L2S, led by the booty-quaking joy of "Light Anthem". Switching between bouncing bass charges and sleazy sax solos, it has a retro 90s vibe to it but will still destroy dancefloors with ease in 2010. "Badman In Chicago" comes with more bruk-out fire, with time-stretched vocals and brilliantly brutal drums really setting the tune off just right.
Review: With the summer rapidly approaching in full force, we are sure to see more and more classic sound garage numbers hitting the shelves, with this latest single from Mark Krupp just such a tune. Taking the name 'On Your Mind', this is a belter, jam-packed full of sunshine flavour as we take in an introduction filled to the brim with high energy drum loops, slowly moving into an ethereal post-drop breakdown. When we hit the drop itself, we are greeted by all the classic elements you want in a garage roller like this, from the warbling square basses to the choppy vocals and classic organ chords. It's a sunshine roller and no mistake!
Review: It's time to get freaky as Bass Machine launch forward a pair of scorchers here as UKG and bassline flavours combine within Mark Krupp's 'Blow Your Mind' EP. This project consists of two seperate versions, the first being entitled 'The Original', packed with, shall we say visual lyricism and cutting edge grooves. The bassline mix of the track takes it down an entirely different alley however as we are greeted by a range of warbling bass synths, breaksy drum patterns and constantly switching rhythms, making it the perfect switch up tune for a lively dance.
Review: We here see somewhat of a colossal arrangement as the team behind the legendary Bass Machine arrive with a sixteen track selection, coming together as the third edition of their 'Drop The Bass' series. We see numerous appearances from the likes of Messy Fergusson, Danny Wood, Generator, Dub White and more, with different artists supplying a different number of contributions. For us the stand out tracks on this one have to include Yaroslav Adullin's breaksy UKG hybrid in 'Underground Addict', along with the super nostalgic melodic grooves of the bassline mix of 'Blow Your Mind' from Mark Krupp.
Review: Part of a series of releases from the Electroshok label, South African producer Pziezzo Electric's hook up with Bakaman and Zami gets a new pair of supercharged breaks remixes on this latest instalment. "Square Shaped Circles" gets a tidy overhaul by Basehead and Viro & Rob Analyze, using Zami's huge vocals as a bridge into a glitchy bass beat while Mark Krupp drops a slowed down alternative complete with detuned rap vocals and some pleasing garage organ stabs.