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Long Live The Underground

by Detroit's Filthiest

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"Just played all 3 tracks at Basscon and they are FIRE!! Perfect for a Dance floor in Florida" Dave Calculator, 30th April 2017

Detroit's Filthiest aka DJ Nasty is a rare breed of artist; massively productive, consistently on point when it comes to quality of production and at no stage in his 20+ years career has he been predictable. You name it he's done it, to hell with getting in a rut for the sake of commercial gain - he keeps it real and interesting at all times, be it Ghetto Techno, Drum & Bass, Hip Hop or something no one has come up with a convenient genre tag for yet.

With releases on legendary labels such as Ed DMX's Breakin', DJ Godfather's Twilight '76 and subsidiaries it is an honour to have him join the BA family. Its not his first time though, with his remix for Go Nuclear! (BA049) tearing it up last year and his contribution to Touched Bass: For Macmillan Cancer Support turning heads and making it into Dave Clarke's' Best of 2016 chart.

'Long Live The Underground' sees his welcome return to his Electro roots; three no-nonsense tracks that blend infectious grooves with abstract, dark atmospheres and high energy from the word go - all with the no frills raw Detroit sound we know and love - 100% raising the finger to those who say Electro isn't for dancing. Long Live The Underground!

Special thanks to Tim from Go Nuclear who provided the stunning individual artwork for this release too.


released May 5, 2017

All tracks written, produced and mastered by Julian Shamou
Original artwork by Tim Checkley
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