Thomas P. Heckmann
“Great Electro touch and will play!” 4/5
“Another great release from BA!!!” 5/5
“Cool stuff!” 4/5
Thomas H. Green (The Arts Desk)
“Bass Agenda, ……revelling in threat and darkness. Their latest is a treat for fans of such sounds.” - full review - goo.gl/bivpzZ
“Solid release!” 4/5
“Powerful stuff! Very nice mixes” 5/5
Bass Agenda can do no harm, their mission is driven by a passion for sheer electro formation and deformation while RXmode delivers the highly contagious acid-electro squabble that is “Degraded.” Degraded is an apt title, its backbone a driving electro force to be reckoned with.”
“what a really great release, hard to pick a favourite. Will play. thanks!” 5/5
Also supported by Dave Clarke, Terence Fixmer, Ontal, Iron Blu, NX1, Squaric, Marcel Dettman and more…
Fans of Electro's big hitter DJs such as Helena Hauff, Dave Clarke, UMEK, Maceo Plex, Alienata, and UMWELT won't have escaped the sonic assaults of Dutch artist RXmode and his fellow Transhumanism collective members; w1b0, Slaves of Sinus, and TFHats.
RXmode's last EP 'Cerberus' was very much the EP he'd been building up to since his debut on Bass Agenda Recordings back in 2015; dark, sinister, heavy, and distinctive.
One of the tracks from that EP, 'Degraded', gets the remix treatment from the other Transhumanism members on this, the third vinyl release the collective has put out.
The original track kicks things off in style before the three very individual remixes take things to new territories. TFHats takes the track, remoulds it and adds his own lyrics and vocals to great effect.
W1b0 brings what will certainly be looked back on as one of the heaviest tracks of 2018; his 'Violation in G Minor' mix is a brutal sonic assault with a bassline that will surely wake the dead.
Last and by no means least Slaves of Sinus brings an abstract acid tinged version; laced with his own brand of sinister vibes and darkness.