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Baltimore House

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William Blaze on Baltimore House:

"Baltimore house has no use for leaving the earth, its only concerned with leaving behind the drudgery of the day to day. But they are quite content to stay within the room, thank you. The removal of the bassline only needs to unground the dancers enough to get their hands above their heads and their feet blurring a few inches in the air. While psytrance never wants to bounce unless perhaps it collides with some solar entity, Baltimore house shrapnels off every available surface. This is carnival music, manic beats and whistles, screams and shouts. Its party ya!"

I’m still waiting for Bleak House.

Abstract Dynamics: Basslines? We Don’t Need No Stinking Basslines!


One response to “Baltimore House”

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    Derek J Compton

    I am trying to find where I can purchase the CD from Blaq Starr with the track “Rider Girls” on it. Can someone help me?


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