Harry Frampton aka Harry Judda hailing from Englands south-coast city Bournemouth made one of the sickest releases of the end of 2015. This Ain’t Bristol present their 10th release and day of publication was exactly on christmas last year. The two originals Machines & Backstage Pass and the remix from the duo Genghis Clan – who are Stef (who?) and Bot – are breaking your boundaries of knowing bass music.
Like Machines, which is definitely my favourite track here and that’s why it get a 10/10, even turn your local big room club into a dark, sweaty and pumping German metal factory. This baseline is just kickin’ nuts! While my favourite is kind of (ambiguously) speachless, the Backstage Pass comes with some pretty cool vocal-hooks and also with some dope kicks. The Genghis Clan got their dirty fingers all over Backstage Pass and transformed Harry’s original into a flawless ceremony of rich basslines and bleeps to lose your ish to!
Such a nasty and massive release from Harry Judda on This Ain’t Bristol. You can get your copy over on Beatport. The world wide release with all your favourite stores will be the 8th January. Get your copy, support the artist. Enjoy!
2. Harry Judda – Backstage Pass
3. Harry Judda – Backstage Pass (Genghis Clan Remix)