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Slap In The Bass

Slap In The Bass

Slap In The Bass


Hungarian DJ/production duo from Veszprém. Slap in the Bass (Kristóf Csekényi and Gergő Divald) started making music at the end of 2010 under the name Dirty Monkeez. They cut their teeth with some unofficial remixes and edits, but soon enough they began producing their own tracks, taking in a wide variety of influences including Dutch house, UK funky and assorted global ghetto-tech sounds. Things have been going better and better for the guys ever since Read more on Last.fm
Hungarian DJ/production duo from Veszprém. Slap in the Bass (Kristóf Csekényi and Gergő Divald) started making music at the end of 2010 under the name Dirty Monkeez. They cut their teeth with some unofficial remixes and edits, but soon enough they began producing their own tracks, taking in a wide variety of influences including Dutch house, UK funky and assorted global ghetto-tech sounds. Things have been going better and better for the guys ever since, with releases on heavyweight labels such as Steve Aoki's Dim Mak Records, Fatboy Slim‘s Southern Fried, Buraka Som Sistema's Enchufada and Top Billin from Finnland. ,Egypt‘ on Malente‘s No Brainer Records was their biggest tune in 2011 so far and after remixing Man Like Me (for the UK’s IKEA advert song) Prince Club and Malente and many others and they remixed one of their idols: the Crookers. Slap in the Bass music is supported by some of the biggest names in today's dance music scene, including Laidback Luke, Diplo, Fatboy Slim, Steve Aoki, Brodinski, Switch, Zombie Nation and many more. They shared the stage with DJ Feadz, Audio Bullys, Drop The Lime, Don Rimini, Jan Driver amongst others and play more and more European gigs recently.

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