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DJ Vapour - Paper Cuts (Dan Miracle Remix)

Dan Miracle on October 28, 2013 16:59

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    A clip of "DJ Vapour - Paper Cuts (Dan Miracle Remix)", out now on 36 Hertz: BACK TO THE BASS VOLUME 3

    Full release details below:

    '36 Hertz Recordings

    "Back To The Bass Volume 3"

    A1 – Callide – Step Back (ft Grooverider)
    A2 – DJ Vapour – Paper Cuts (Dan Miracle Remix)
    A3 – Delphi Productions – Semi Auto
    A4 – DJ Hybrid – Shaolin Skank
    A5 – Callide – Bad Dreams
    A6 – Delphi Productions – Bulldozer
    A7 – DJ Vapour – Trick Baby
    A8 – Cambridge – Virtual Reality
    A9 – SR & Digbee – Need You
    A10 – NC-17 & Nusense – Head Shrinker
    A11 – Social Security – The Jungle Shimmy
    A12 – SR & Digbee – Don Gorgon
    A13 – DJ Hybrid – I Get Mash Up (VIP Mix)
    A14 – Jem One – Drop This (Jem's Back To The Jungle Mix)

    The Back To The Bass Compilation series hits the 3rd instalment to celebrate the 36th release on DJ Vapours 36 Hertz Recordings. The first two volumes set the standard and gained huge support both from the DJ circuit but also featuring heavily on BBC Radio 1 and 1Xtra, Kiss FM, Kool FM and many more. Featuring 14 lashing bass heavy tracks the 3rd volume features a whole host of the 36 Hertz family showcasing a selection of pure dancefloor murder.

    Callide opens the album with a track that features guest vocals from the mighty Grooverider talking about the label before the track cuts to a heavy jungle based false drop before building to a trademark callide tear out monster.

    Dan Miracle then steps up with a remix of one of DJ Vapours biggest tracks the mighty "Paper Cuts". Dan draws for his lashing bass heavy production here to bring the track firmly up to date for 2013.

    Latest sigining Delphi Productions then drops the frequency range down with the sub low Semi Auto. The track opens with snapping drums before unleashing a nasty reese driven drop.

    DJ Hybrid also brings the reese mayhem with Shaolin Skank which chops up classic kung fu vocals with call and response bass patterns and a heavy dose of pure 36 Hertz subs.

    Callide then unleashes his 2nd track for the project with the deeper darker Bad Dreams pushing some deep strings in the intro the tune soon cuts through to a huge Callide build up before bringing in the 808 bass and effects.

    Label owner DJ Vapour brings to the table a classic Vapour sounding tune with some live breaks and nasty Vapour bass twinned with deep stabs and strings to make this atmospheric smasher.

    New artist Cambridge switches things up with this heavy stepping tune that brings back memories of those late 90s bristol style steppers.

    SR & Digbee come correct with a stepping roller titled Need You that is a perfect DJ tool for those 2 minute mixes with a rolling intro building up with stabs and vocals before the track turns to a lashing roll out.

    Toronto's NC-17 & Nusense introduce the darker flavors with the energy filled Head Shrinker. Classic vocal cuts roll through the track with bandsaw style filtered bass twisting out through the track for maximum carnage.

    Close friends of 36 Hertz Social Security draw for the jungle with this deep Jungle roller. Classic Hip Hop vocals build the track to a roll out that brings in some one foot skanking styles on the drop.

    SR & Digbee then return with the old skool Jungle flavored Don Gorgon with classic clash vocals and Hardcore stabs this one is for the fans of the early 90s.

    DJ Hybrid steps back with a VIP mix of his I Get Mash Up Track that was released on 36 Hertz Earlier on this year. The VIP takes the original formula and toughens it up with redited bass and flavors.

    Jem One then closes the LP with the hardest Amen style track we ever released on 36 Hertz. The Original Drop This was released as a slice of 140BPM old skool and Jem has gone in and vibed it up to a DNB tempo Lasher.

    INFO –
    Distributed by Cygnus –

    Support and Feedback:

    DJ Marky, Bryan Gee, Randall, Nicky Blackmarket, DJ Craze, Grooverider, Crissy Criss, Krust, Ray Keith, Kenny Ken, Drumsound, A Sides, Sly, Logan D, Coolhand Flex and many many more!

    Nicky Blackmarket – "Marchin Beats" 5/5
    DJ Craze – "Sick Release" 4/5
    Ray Keith – "Will Be supporting on the radio and club , great compilation" 4/5
    A Sides – "smashed it with this lp loving the old skool vibes" 4/5'

    Released by: 36 Hertz Recordings
    Release/catalogue number: 36HTZ036
    Release date: Oct 21, 2013


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