Title: B-Haus007 EP
Release: 13th December 2019
Cat. No. B-Haus007
Blamhaus returns with B-haus007 a two track EP that is firmly targeted at the dancefloor. From the jump “Caustic” is looking to bring fire to the dance. Blending a big funky bassline and crisp synths, this incessant tune is looking to make you feel its weight. This is one track that is gonna burn through the dancefloor. The jerky melodic polyrhythms of “Broken” may bring an off kilter vibe but it is focused on making people move. Bouncey drums underpin a hefty bassline while syncopated snyths weave and glide. A glistening arpeggiator floats on top adding another dimension to this layered track. This is club music which is immediate but has more to it than meets the eye.
With B-haus007 Blamhaus continues to progress and evolution his sound whilst firmly keeping eyes focused on the dancefloor.
New Release! B-Haus006
Release date: 23/05/2019
Title: B-Haus006 EP
Release: 23rd May 2019
Cat. No. B-Haus006
The sixth offering from B-Haus serves up two dancefloor fixated stompers that both use distortion as their muse. “Blink” combines relentless drums with a distorted synth line that pulsates and morphs, airy percussion and mechanical rhythms that add depth to the a track that is building all the time as it evolve into a distorted techno banger. “Give me some gravy” has a more old school feel. Heavy bass sit on top of classic 909 drums with their frantic hit hats, spaced out rims and soaring percussion that help underpin a grungy synth groove that growls at the dancefloor. This is primetime techno.Buuk has been consistent and delivered on his promise to created dancefloor decimating techno with B-haus006, it continues the progress and evolution of the label whilst firmly keeping our focus on the club friendly music.
Currently getting support from Ben Simms, Fontal, Steve Rachmad ,Gabreill Avergilov, Godiva, Andres Gil, Bryan Chapman, Alfredo Mazzilli, Avion , Sinter JC Laurent, Hiroaki Iizuka, Rapheal Dincsoy, Abayomi, SpecX to name a few.
Artwork: Jack Scott
Links for shops/Socials: https://b-haus.bandcamp.com/
Give me some gravy
New Release! B-Haus005
Release date: 12/10/2018
The fifth EP from B-Haus starts with “Carne de burro”, a vigorous techno track that intertwines a base heavy acid groove with a thumping kick drum that keeps on building it reaches its squelching crescendo.
“Swing Ting” takes distorted drums, insistent chords and drops a huge slab of sub bass to smash the dance floor. This is the sort of club music you feel!
Buuk steps up to remix “Swing Ting”, keeping the original’s bass heavy ethos Buuk ups the ante (and BPM) whilst adding acidic washes and a morphing bassline to take this track to a distorted and frantic conclusion.
B-haus005 continues the progress and evolution of the label whilst firmly keeping our focus on the dance floor.
Swing Ting(Buuk remix) has premiered on Dubiks
Links for shops/Socials: https://www.feiyr.com/x/BPL7T
Currently getting support from:
Alexi Delano, Paul Ritch, Laurent Garnier, Paco Osuna, Young Male, Luigi Madonna, Kontal, Frank Maruel, Sintek, Chris Fortier, Colin Dale, Dj Steven, Beroshima, Steve Swift, Moskalus, Jon Connor, Neil Moore, TKNO, Don Rimini, Jhonsson, Adam Acid, Haurelio, Sossa, Jim Star, Jean Jerome, Anderson Noise, Andi Durrant, Roberts Owens, Tyler stadius, Danny Slade, Comunica, Giuseppe Scarano, Priya Sen
Carne de burro
Swing Ting(Buuk remix)
Release date: 12/10/218
Building on the momentum of the previous releases, B-Haus is back with a banging new EP. Irish artist Buuk debut release combines slamming beats, flying synths and deep textures to create two well rounded techno stompers.
The opening track on the EP is a prime slab of techno, “The Bull” slams stampeding drums together with dense atmospherics to create a quality peak time techno smasher. The dancefloor will know when the Bull roars!
“Tombola” is a more stripped down affair but no less aimed at the dancefloor. Driving beats underpin the swirling arpeggiated synth and hefty bass as they lock in on the dancefloor.
B-haus004 has two quality techno tracks that are crafted for the dancefloor which has been getting support from DJ’s such as Carlo Lio(Rawthentic music), Laurent Garnier, Julia Govor (Cocoon), Julianna Cuervo (DOCE),Kontal (Revolt recording/Soma), Sintek(Respekt),Luigi Madonna (Drumcode), Rapheal Dincsoy (Lehmann club),Henning Baer (Grounded Theory), M.I.D.I (Phobiq), Greg Gow(Transmat/KMS), Nidhal Tule (Drumcode), Dax J (Monom Black), Frank Maurel (Ovum) and Colin Dale to name just a few.
1. The Bull
Out now! B-Haus003
Release date - 13.06.2018
Blamhaus is back with a third excellent EP that continues his themes of driving beats and big bass with the dance floor firmly in its sights.
Blamhaus is based in South East London and his influences vary from afrobeat to
Depeche Mode whilst his production is routed in tougher house and techno. He has a particular love of bass and always puts it at the forefront of his cuts. Next to his releases for B-Haus he’s also hooked up with the likes of Stomp House and Manholding, and is an artist swiftly on the rise with a hard to ignore sound.
The high impact house track ‘Cauliflower Rice’ was crafted for the summer season.
Horn stabs punctuate the bass-heavy rhythm, thumping drums drive it forward and an acid tinged crescendo will have the crowd going wild.
Excellent old school techno effort ‘Monocular’ has slick 909 drum programming, a
gliding bassline and monophonic synths combining to create a simple but effective
dance floor smasher that does the simple things extremely well.
Last of all, ‘Scuttle’ starts off low and supple, its triplet rhythm scurrying along as it
slowly reveals its intentions. Dub influenced snares slip and slide above the ground
shaking bass as the drums lock you in and, as the thing builds, it warps itself into a
beautifully distorted cacophony that is designed for real club detonation.
Blamhaus’ aim is simple: he wants to make you dance and this quality, club-focused
EP is certain to achieve that.
Out Now! B-Haus002
Release date - 09.03.2018
Building on the momentum of the well-received first release, B-Haus is back with a
second sizzling EP from the label boss Blamhaus.
The opening track on the EP is a heavy slice of melodic techno. The fantastic
‘Fourpointfour' pairs a substantial bassline with glacial pads, all the while being
underpinned by skippy hi hats and a hefty 808.
The slick and compelling ‘Mind Cycles’ is high tempo funky techno with real bass
weight. Racing kicks and floating mids have tumbling bass below that sends your mind
into a spin.
Last of all, the atmospheric ’Dum Dum’ is deep, spacey techno with a liquid feel. Loose
but textured percussion, swirling pads, driving beats and a throbbing sub bass all have
a sci-fi feel and add up to a proper dance floor trip.
Out Now! B-Haus001
B-Haus001 is the debut release from Blamhaus. Three track E.P is squarely focused on the dancefloor. It is bass heavy, melodic and dubby. House and techno are the starting points but influences from dub to acid house and uk bass are melded together to create a unique spin on contemporary club music.
3 track release containing:
‘Delusions of grandeur’- Acid tinged bass heavy house
‘Broad’- Happy-go-lucky dub techno
‘Go & get it’- Bass heavy techno with soul