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Various Artists

Hear No Evil Vol. 2

Bastard Jazz Recordings

Released: 18th October 2010 | 5 track beats & breaks album
Hear No Evil Volume 2 Brooklyn's finest boutique record label, Bastard Jazz, returns with “Hear No Evil Volume 2†- a follow-up to their long sold-out first volume, issued on 12†vinyl in 2007. Sticking to the same format, Vol. 2 showcases five genre-defying beat-oriented tracks from some of our favorite up-and-coming producers and extended musical family. Starting things off, Brooklyn's Dhundee delivers “ShoShotâ€a tune that takes subtle cues from Bass Music, Baltimore Club, Hip-Hop, and Classic Dance Records. Dhundee gravitates into a deep Rhodes groove before exploding into heavy early rave synth stab madness....a complete dancefloor monster that will appeal to DJs across the board. Next up, long-time Bastard Jazz producer Jugoe returns triumphantly to the label with “In Memory Ofâ€, a deep, druggy joint with a pulsing kick-and-clap break, female vocal “Ooohs & Ahhs†and sleepy 303 lines...perfect late night fodder. San Francisco's Double Identity aka DJ Tomas delivers his second track for Bastard Jazz in the big sound of “Jah Arise†featuring a massive 105BPM drumbreak, dubbed out skanks, detached synths, and a nasty steppers bassline that's sure to kill off many a soundbwoy. Next up, Bastard Jazz next door neighbor, drinking buddy, and member of the Midnight Lab Band, Oneman, comes through with “No Life On Saturn†- a warm piece of baeleric braindance sound and lastly, Ireland's Colm K, fresh off his big summertime “Dancing Mood†record on BSTRD Boots gives us “Love To Love Youâ€, a lovely and classic piece of instrumental hip-hop that will get the heads noddin' and feet shufflin' †a great closer to the compilation.