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Dancefloor Outlaws - Delusions of Grandeur Album (feat. Profit, Stella Attar & Natty)
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Dancefloor Outlaws

Delusions of Grandeur Album (feat. Profit, Stella Attar & Natty)

Subfunk

Released: 19th August 2013 | 14 track glitch hop album

How best to describe the Outlaws first album to the uninitiated?

Let's start by asking you to imagine a musical melting pot surrounded by four demented anti-hero master chefs, each with a personal background of party starting, block rocking, kung fu hustling, crocodile wrestling and banjo twanging, tossing in a flurry of their own personal secret ingredients garnered from four lifetimes worth of beats, treats and animal teats. Picture Will Streetwise, co founder of the Ghetto Funk brand and standby voice over guy for Ray Winstone when he has a cold, head back, laughing like a proper evil mastermind, filling the pot with a steady stream of fat bassy sausages, freshly chopped from the passenger door of Vinnie Jones' P6 Rover. Robin Parris, Jalapeno artist and close up body double for Sharon Stone in the 'leg crossing scene' from Basic Instinct, head back, laughing like a proper evil mastermind, shouting 'Keep it low and keep it blue!' as he squats down and drapes his magnificent balls once more onto the chin of a PVC clad Noel Edmunds tightly strapped into a fisting swing. MC Profit, nominated best MC/Vocalist and Miss Piggy's private handler when she performs anywhere outside of the U.S, head back, laughing like a proper evil mastermind, straining lyrics through the stretched gussets of all the tights stolen from the dressing room after a riverdance concert. Finally picture Justin Harris (Freaks) staring straight at you with cold, calculating eyes whilst casually fingering his heavy blaster pistol under the table...

Boom!

The Outlaws have already been number one selling artists across all genres on both Juno Records and Juno Download, have remixed De La Soul, Tiesto Diplo & Busa Rhymes,The Dub Pistols, Ed Solo & Deekline, Kitten & the Hip and The Basement Freaks, shared their live show on stage with DJ Fresh, Zane Lowe, Doorly and Krafty Kuts

'Delusions of Grandeur' is their debut album featuring 14 tracks of cutting edge, bass fuelled dance music. From Hip Hop, Dubstep and Moombahton, to Breakbeat, House and Drum & Bass. Guest vocalists include Natty, Stella Attar, Neech and Princess Green.

This is the album they wanted to make. You'll love it*

*or any one of the four can be where you are in seven hours with a ski mask and hatchet.

"“The thing I love about this Album is how hard it’s pushing to the future and how much respect it shows for the past. Long Dark Road is my fave cause it sounds so self assured. Cracking all round.”"
Nick Thayer, OWSLA
"”Big Up, Big Tings, Love It”"
Barry Ashworth, Dub Pistols
"”Nice group of tunes guys, quality of this one is the highest I’ve seen from ya. Big Up"
Stickybuds, Ghetto Funk
"”Fire”"
Basement Freaks, Bombastic Jam
"Large"
DJ Mag, Press
"”Reminiscent of the early the DubPistols vibe. Excellent."
Ashley Slater, Freak Power