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AC Slater - Big Brooklyn Bass

acslater on October 24, 2011 16:21

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    It’s that Big Brooklyn Bass! AC Slater has been pumping out the tunes this year! Heavy hitter after heavy hitter and he’s back after his Heavy Bass Champions of the World release this past July and collab in August with Bart B More on T&B, as well as his collab with Xaphoon Jones of Chiddy Bang. It’s a new season and AC is bringing us a hot new club single that has been getting some early play all over the globe from Diplo, Steve Aoki, Jack Beats, Kill the Noise and of course all T&B Crew and more! In Big Brooklyn Bass AC reps for his home town Brooklyn and brings altogether a mix of rave, electro, house, techno and heavy bass music. This track is a stand out hands in the air club rave anthem with long winding tense buildups, rollin drums breaks and big mammoth bass drops made for any dance floor in the world. We’re putting this out now as single in anticipation for the next AC release coming in the winter! Get used to that Big Brooklyn Bass!

    Releases October 25th, 2011

    Go pick up the official T-Shirt!
    http://troubleandbass.com/store/ac-slater-big-brooklyn-bass-shirt

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