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From underground hero to ambassador to the discos down under, globetrotting deck peddler Stu Tyson, better known as Bass Kleph has built a formidable legacy around playing it close to the heart.

Following in the footsteps of early summer scorcher ‘Damage at the Disco’ with Filthy Rich for Toolroom Records, Tyson’s coarse brass leads and spirited rhythmic progressions see ‘When You Were Deep’ celebrate a rich heritage of House music with a solid 21st century spin. But retreating back to his signature skank-happy stylings for ‘Electrical Funk’ alongside Travis Emmons, the tracks peak time energy and uplifting melodic charm make for a firm embodiment of the positively charged club cuts that this long serving Australian has brought to numerous summer seasons, with 2012 proving to be no exception.

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Words by Dan Carter

From underground hero to ambassador to the discos down under, globetrotting deck peddler Stu Tyson, better known as Bass Kleph has built a formidable legacy around playing it close to the heart.

Following in the footsteps of early summer scorcher ‘Damage at the Disco’ with Filthy Rich for Toolroom Records, Tyson’s coarse brass leads and spirited rhythmic progressions see ‘When You Were Deep’ celebrate a rich heritage of House music with a solid 21st century spin. But retreating back to his signature skank-happy stylings for ‘Electrical Funk’ alongside Travis Emmons, the tracks peak time energy and uplifting melodic charm make for a firm embodiment of the positively charged club cuts that this long serving Australian has brought to numerous summer seasons, with 2012 proving to be no exception.

‘Touchdown La’ EP is set to be released on August 20th.

Words by Dan Carter

Toolroom Records returns after their acclaimed Miami 2012 compilation to bring us the first episode of their Ibiza 2012 compilation series. Blending melodic lead play with chunky tech beats, the imprint of Mark Knight attempts to set the tone for this year’s Ibiza season with previously unreleased music from the likes of Hardwell, Funkagenda, CaPa among others.

With Hardwell’s unexpected second coming to the label taking the headlining spot with a concoction of rolling chords and an ambiguous vocal, Sweden’s CaPa returns to Toolroom to build an impressive canvas of sturdy chord work before apexing into a Progressive offering more than worthy of Toolroom’s prestigious clubbing fraternity. Bringing resonant synths and big beats, Funkagenda presents his latest Pete Tong-approved original, still leaving room for Bass Kleph and Filthy Rich’s ‘Damage At The Disco’ to top the package with a fuse of Tyson’s more instrumentally refined House stylings with the deep groove orientated play that has excelled Rich’s reputation across Europe.

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Hardwell – Three Triangles CaPa – Moments Funkagenda – FYSB Bass Kleph & Filthy Rich – Damage At The Disco

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As far as Beatport topping assets by pairs go, Australia’s Stu Tyson, better known as Bass Kleph and unique British Tech monger Filthy Rich remain a collaborative force to be reckoned with. Returning to the familiar realms of Toolroom Records, their latest joint venture for volume one of the imprint’s annual Ibiza compilation deals the same enigmatic quality that we have come to associated with this multi-cultural studio get-up.

Fusing Tyson’s more instrumentally refined House stylings with the deep groove orientated play that has excelled Rich’s reputation across Europe, ‘Damage at the Disco’ stays true to its name and warps the fine disco leads with one of the finer specimens of exotic beat work to emerge for 2012. Staying true to the sun kissed mindset that takes Toolroom by storm about this time of year, Kleph and Rich are relentless in their extension of the ongoing belief that while too many chefs can spoil the broth, excessive talents can work wonders where the impending soundtrack to the Ibizan summer is concerned.

‘Damage At The Disco’ will be released on June 3 via Toolroom Records.

Bass Kleph & Filthy Rich – Damage At The Disco

Words by Dan Carter

Hailing from London, Kid Massive presents us the follow-up to A Little Louder, teaming up with Mark Le Sal for Don’t Cry. Fronted by a remix from the Russian trio currently having remixes of One Day At A Time and You Found Me coming up, this package is already well on its way towards acclamation. Consisting of a peerless male vocal and bodacious synth leads from Hard Rock Sofa, the package’s headliner is undoubtedly having all the ingredients of becoming an anthem. Accompanying the Russian’s take is an innovative piece of hardhitting grooves from Amsterdam’s outright modern disco-producer Olav Basoski, whom follows up remixes of Koko and Cry (Just A Little). Last but not least, there is an upfront tech interpretation from established Bass Kleph, finalizing the package that is out now via Transmission Recordings.

Kid Massive & Mark Le Sal - Don’t Cry (Hard Rock Sofa, Olav Basoski & Bass Kleph Remixes) [Transmission Recordings] – Beatport Link

Kid Massive & Mark Le Sal – Don’t Cry (Hard Rock Sofa Remix)
Kid Massive & Mark Le Sal – Don’t Cry (Olav Basoski Remix)
Kid Massive & Mark Le Sal – Don’t Cry (Bass Kleph Remix)

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Hailing from London, Kid Massive presents us the follow-up to A Little Louder, teaming up with Mark Le Sal for Don’t Cry. Fronted by a remix from the Russian trio currently having remixes of One Day At A Time and You Found Me coming up, this package is already well on its way towards acclamation. Consisting of a peerless male vocal and bodacious synth leads from Hard Rock Sofa, the package’s headliner is undoubtedly having all the ingredients of becoming an anthem. Accompanying the Russian’s take is an innovative piece of hardhitting grooves from Amsterdam’s outright modern disco-producer Olav Basoski, whom follows up remixes of Koko and Cry (Just A Little). Last but not least, there is an upfront tech interpretation from established Bass Kleph, finalizing the package that is due out August 29th via Transmission Recordings, have a listen!

Kid Massive & Mark Le Sal – Don’t Cry (Hard Rock Sofa Remix) Kid Massive & Mark Le Sal – Don’t Cry (Olav Basoski Remix)
Kid Massive & Mark Le Sal – Don’t Cry (Bass Kleph Remix)

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He has established himself as one of the finest producer’s within electro house with the likes of Swedish House Mafia and Tiësto by his side and is now unleashing another dope render. Taking on Bass Kleph and Chris Arnott’s We Feel Love with that renowned dynamics á la Tommy Trash, featuring big room synth leads and warped sounds, this new upfront tendering joins in on his to be released-list alongside his forthcoming instalment on Steve Aoki’s Dim Mak imprint – Blair Bitch Project. With remixes of Summer Of LoveCarry Me Home, our exclusively given away Jona Vark remix as well as the highly supported The End smash under his belt, Trash presents us a new take under the banner of Bass Kleph’s Vacation Records. along with a version from the respected Prok & Fitch as well, the Brighton duo that just recently released a meaty remix on Edge Of The Earth.

Bass Kleph & Chris Arnott – We Feel Love (Tommy Trash and Prok & Fitch Remixes) [Vacation Records] – Beatport Link


Bass Kleph & Chris Arnott – We Feel Love (Tommy Trash Remix)
Bass Kleph & Chris Arnott – We Feel Love (Prok & Fitch Remix)

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He has established himself as one of the finest producer’s within electro house with the likes of Swedish House Mafia and Tiësto by his side and is now about to unleash another dope render. Taking on Bass Kleph and Chris Arnott’s We Feel Love with that renowned dynamics á la Tommy Trash, featuring big room synth leads and warped sounds, this new upfront tendering joins in on his to be released-list alongside his forthcoming instalment on Steve Aoki’s Dim Mak imprint – Blair Bitch Project. With remixes of Summer Of Love, Carry Me Home, our exclusively given away Jona Vark remix as well as the highly supported The End smash under his belt, Trash presents us a new take under the banner of Bass Kleph’s Vacation Records.

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With the stunning I Want You EP under his belt, Leeds-stationed Filthy Rich returns to Toolroom Records and its subdivision Leaders Of The New School to drop a massive compilation, consisting of a whooping 34 top-class tech tunes from My Digital Enemy, Ant Brooks, Bass Kleph, Prok & Fitch, Sonny Wharton and Rich himself among others! The Summer is approaching and I’m certain of the fact that some of these tracks will be a brilliant weapon on beaches across the globe, not to talk about the House mecka – Ibiza.

Leaders Of The New School presents Filthy Rich Compilation [Toolroom Records] – Beatport Link

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/Jesper & Anton

The Aussie producer Bass Kleph teams up alongside Filthy Rich dropping their defined house production called These Mornings. It was at first supposed to be released on February 9th through Defected but was unexpectedly released yesterday through Azuli Records, check it out!

Bass Kleph & Filthy Rich – These Mornings [Azuli Records] – Beatport Link

/Jesper & Anton

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