[Audio] GotSome’s ‘Don’t Stop’

 

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Last week this tasty treat got a spin on 1Xtra from Monki. It’s a new tune from Bristolian bass heads GotSome. Whether it’s a forthcoming new single or not is not known at this time, it’s possibly a track they’ve put together for their sets, who knows? What we do know though is that it would be a sure fire summer festival monster if released. It’s fittingly called ‘Don’t Stop’, check it out below.

As you would expect, this tune is a non stop bass juggernaut. Mixing up their heavy bass sound with a sprinkling of Chicago House, GotSome deliver a stomping and mesmerising peak time tune. With a pulsating tuned kick complimenting the bassline, the track conjures up a percussive hook that kinda’ works it’s way into your brain. Add to that some House stabs and brooding vocal samples and you have a heady and intoxicating mix.

♫ GotSome – Don’t Stop (Radio Rip)

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[Audio] GotSome reMix Róisín Murphy’s ‘Exploitation’

 

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Exploitation, the first single from Hairless Toys, the about–to-be released new album from Avant-DiscoPop queen Róisín Murphy has been given the bass heavy floorfiller treatment from Bristol’s finest GotSome. The reMix rubs impressive shoulders with work from the likes of DJ Sneak and Falco Benz on the single and more than makes it’s mark by drawing you into it’s hypnotic groove. Check it out below.

Pulsating robo-bass and a jump up beat drive this juggernaut of a track. Murphy’s vocals are the prefect counter for this throbbing and woozy House tune; her soft tones curling across the high-octane machine groove like smoke. GotSome serve up a symphony of tough rhythms, cowbell and loose keys; punctuated by those demonic synth growls. Strobe light stuff, GotSome are on a roll.

♫ Róisín Murphy – Exploitation (GotSome reMix)

Róisín Murphy’s Hairless Toys is out 11th May.

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[Audio] GotSome’s ‘Just A Feeling’

 

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Earning some serious radio and DJ play in the past few weeks are the tracks from Bristol’s finest Bass merchants GotSome’s forthcoming new EP, Just A Feeling. Due to drop on Defected later this month, the EP contains two new original tunes and a handful of reMixes.to boot. Wrap your listening gear around the EP’s title track below.

Just A Feeling sees GotSome adding soulful vocals to their armoury. Bringing it heavy, as they always do, in the bass department. The duo serve up a robotic and imposing synth bass and pair that with a skippy Garage groove. Building the track gradually toward the breakdown, GotSome get you hooked on the tracks groove before breaking out some serious hook fury for the finale. It’s hard to ignore.

♫ GotSome – Just A Feeling

GotSome’s Just A Feeling is out soon.

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[Audio] GotSome’s ‘Vibe Out’

 

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Bristol Bass merchants GotSome are about to hammer home their new single, the follow up to last year’s clubland destroying Bassline. This new tune sees the duo teaming up with notorious festival hater and humourless narcissist Wiley to produce an absolutely massive slice a speaker shaking that is likely to see them have their first (and much deserved) cross-over hit. This is Vibe Out.

This one is heavy, so make sure you system is turned right up. Robotic beats and razor sharp bass dominate the tune that mixes a little Dancehall and a little Grime into a terminator style Bass House juggernaut. GotSome live up to their manifesto, this one is all about the bassline The duo tease you for over a minute before unleashing, layered with buzzing synths and rumbling subs, the big bass that powers the festival dancefloor powerhouse that is Vibe Out.

♫ GotSome (Feat. Wiley) – Vibe Out

GotSome’s Vibe Out is released 22nd February.

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[Audio] GotSome reMix Moko’s ‘Your Love’

 

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Awesome Bristol Bass duo GotSome’s latest recipient of their booming sound is London singer/songwriter Moko. The voice Of Chase & Status’ Count On Me, Moko is gearing up for the release of her new single Your Love next month and the boys, still riding high on the monster success of their single Bassline, have taken it to low down dirty places.

Unsurprisingly, this one’s all about the bassline; a woozy, speaker destroying, pummel of bass that rides on a shuffling, Garage-y House beat, dominating all it encounters. Supported by stabbing leads, GotSome skilfully deliver this hammerfall bass without ever letting it overwhelm Moko’s smooth vocal, Powerful stuff; I’d expect to be hearing a lot of over the coming months if I were you.

♫ Moko – Your Love (GotSome reMix)

Moko’s Your Love is out 7th September.

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[Audio] GotSome reMixes Storm Queen’s ‘Look Right Through’

 

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Look Right Through, the big tune from Morgan Geist’s alter ego Storm Queen, has been out and about for a while now, years in fact. First released on Environ in 2010, then again as a big reMix package by Defected in 2012. The tracks Deep soulful House sound may be proven to be ahead of it’s time as Ministry Of Sound have picked up the track for a brand new release and reMix collection. It’s out this week, but in the meantime check out Bristol’s finest, GotSome’s reMix, which was premiered on Radio 1 this weekend as the guys rocked up to make it Annie Mac’s special delivery.

I hope you’re sitting comfortable, ‘cos the UK Bass monster will knock you off your feet if you’re not. Mixing up warehouse vibes with a storming House beat Garage-y shuffle, GotSome drop four minutes of high-octane dancefloor bliss. Managing to be both up-front and nostalgic, the duo mix sounds from past, present and future to create a proper party starter.

 

 

♫ Storm Queen – Look Right Through (GotSome ‘Animal Style’ VIP reMix) (Radio Rip)

Storm Queen’s Look Right Through re-release is out now.

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[Audio] GotSome’s ‘Bassline’

 

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Bristol House duo GotSome have been racking up some serious radio play in recent months. Their forthcoming début single, Bassline, has not only been championed by both Annie Mac and B.Traits and MistaJam but has also been picked up by Defected for a release later this month. One half of GotSome happens to be Alex from Substatic, so, y’know, at least he’s got an excuse for the lack of Substatic tunes recently.

As moody and atmospheric as it is infectiously danceable, Bassline mixes up a little Chicago, a little Acid and a little Balearic all rolled up in a decidedly UK package. Get Along Gang provide some ear worm vocals that flow with the pumping bassline and retro future keys. There’s a good chance you may have already heard this tune over the summer, and with release date looming it looks set for big things.

♫ GotSome (Feat. Get Along Gang) – Bassline

GotSome’s début EP featruing Bassline, Don’t Want You Back and On Point is released 14th October on Defected.

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