The very popular Bargrooves series is back with Bargrooves Apres Ski 3.0. This new volume which just dropped last week, is chuck full of stylish, upfront house sounds perfect for grooving to while you hit your favorite mountaintop destinations…or just stay home in your nice warm PJ’s.
Listen, considering the fact that the last time I went skiing I spent more time with my legs in the air and my face buried in snow, as if I was trying every conceivable position to offer my body up to the snow mountain gods or something, I’m going to give this comp a try while in the warm and safe confines of my crib. I might, maybe, just maybe, step outside when it snows, but I can’t promise you that. But, I can promise you I will give this comp a nice thorough listen.
This awesome two cd set contains 30 unmixed DJ friendly tracks from the likes of Noir, Sonny Fodera, Osunlade, Route 94, DJ Spen, MK and Sable Sheep, plus two bonus mixes from Bargrooves A&R master Andy Daniell!
Packed with driving basslines for big air -you know the warm kind from the fireplace or radiator- this collection includes the likes of Route 94’s massive remix of MK’s 1992 classic Always followed by an exclusive track titled Walls Come Tumbling Down, Ben Westbeech’s recent Breach hit Everything You Never Had as well as the massive bassline from Gotsome’s debut smash hit featuring the Get Along Gang ‘Bassline’.
Soulful voices also run throughout with Camo & Krooked’s Loving You Is Easy, Holding On from James Fox which features the intimate voice of Vanity Jay, the multi-faceted artist Donae’o who is accompanied by R’n’B singer/songwriter Terri Walker for the soulful production He Loves Me as well as the J.Cub’s thunderous deep houser ‘Give You My Love’.