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Samuel Dan - Bitch (Preview)

dirtybird on February 01, 2012 00:52

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    dirtybird HATCHED (Part 3)

    Over the last seven years dirtybird has released an eclectic range of bass influenced house music. This new compilation is a glimpse into the next wave. 14 different artists deliver deep house, bass music, jackin funk, and ghetto filth. The series will be released in 3 parts and as a full length cd.

    HATCHED (Part 3) is the final installment of this compilation series and the final 4 tracks are some of the best. Catz 'n Dogz shake it to the ground with a booty-house anthem called "Bring Me That Water". These guys have been killing it on all fronts and this is one of their best efforts.  After that, Samuel Dan, who is part owner of the Spanish Sicopat label, delivers a slow cooked sexual scorcher called "Bitch". The track has a wide range of influences from 70's funk to the Grand Pubahs and is a sultry dancefloor bomb. Next comes a real leap for producer Tom Flynn with "Jerry's Liquor Store". He abandons the confines of tech house and goes huge with an effort referencing everything from Pearson Sound to old school Chicago raves. This is a battle tested party starter for sure. Lastly, we say farewell with the "Long Kiss Goodnight" from the up and coming Bay Area producer Nick Monaco. Nick has been really working hard to get on dirtybird and this track is reminiscent of the unusual (and funny) releases like "the Southern Draw" we used to do back in the day when we first started the label. Eli and Charlie of the amazing Boston based Soul Clap duo lend a helping hand editing the tune for the dance floor. 

    Thanks so much to everyone who participated in this project!


    Released by: dirtybird
    Release/catalogue number: DB066
    Release date: Feb 8, 2012


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