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Jellybass - No Love



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Jellybass - No Love
(12") Lohz LOHZ12002V (Download) Air Recordings AIRFIX 017, 2010-02-10

Jellybass are back with a brand new slice of their unique bassline driven sonic adventures! This time round they've enlisted Brixton's finest rasta MC, Brother Culture, to lay down a smooth dub vocal. No Love sees Jellybass making a return to the skanking dub sound of their first album, but this isn't your usual dub affair; Jellybass turn up the pressure with a nu-skool baseline twist!

Jellybass No Love
Jellybass - No Love
(12") Lohz LOHZ12002V, 2010-02-10

Tracklisting 12" :
A1. No Love Feat. Brother Culture (Caper Mix)
A2. No Love Feat. Brother Culture (Original)
B1. No Love Feat. Brother Culture (Jazzsteppa Vs Borgore Mix)
B2. No Love Feat. Brother Culture (DJ Love Mix)

Jellybass No Love
Jellybass - No Love
(12") Lohz LOHZ12002V, 2009-12

Tracklisting Download :
01. No Love Feat. Brother Culture (Radio Edit)
02. No Love Feat. Brother Culture (Original)
03. No Love Feat. Brother Culture (DJ Love Mix)
04. No Love Feat. Brother Culture (Jazzsteppa Vs Borgore Mix)
05. No Love Feat. Brother Culture (Caper Mix)
06. No Love Feat. Brother Culture (Caper Instrumental)

Links :
jellybass.co.uk
myspace.com/jellybass
youtube.com/user/LoHzRecords
airrecordings.co.uk/blog/?p=304
myspace.com/airrecordings



Press Release :
Jellybass are back with a brand new slice of their unique bassline driven sonic adventures! This time round they've enlisted Brixton's finest rasta MC, Brother Culture, to lay down a smooth dub vocal resulting in their latest single; 'No Love'.

'No Love' sees Jellybass making a return to the skanking dub sound of their first album, but this isn't your usual dub affair; Jellybass turn up the pressure with a nu-skool baseline twist!

Along with the Jellybass original, the release also features a number of heavyweight remixes. First up, straight off the back of his critically acclaimed track 'Jump Up' with Sweetie Irie, Caper lays down a surefire dancefloor dubstep mix which stays true to the dub vibe of the original.

Next is another dubstep mix, this time with a strong rave edge direct from Europe's best live dubstep act; Jazzsteppa. This remix sees them teaming up with Israeli studio wizard Borgore to create a mix where each drop is bigger than the last!

Last but by no means least is a straight up dub breaks remix from Dallas' original vinyl junky; DJ Love. Uptempo and funky this is sure to satisfy dancefloors across the globe!
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