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Mobius - Thugs (w/601 Remix) Out Now!

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Mobius - Thugs w/ 601 Mix

Ape is back and for this installment we have the pleasure of presenting Mobius and ‘Thugs’

‘Thugs’ is a massive dirty party smasher with huge sub, rollin drums & snappin snarez that lead you to its wicked breakdown and then out the other side to the immortal lil hip hoppin’ sample ‘We’re not against rap…. But we are against them Thugs’ and then… Blap!!!!! Smacks ya in the face like a pissed up Vinnie Jones in a pool bar.Packed full of bad attitude and growlin synths this is one sure to send them peepz on tha dancefloor into a bowel droppin’ fury! Think tearout meets booty breaks and you’ll

be only halfway to the monster that is THUGS!!

For the Remix we’ve drafted in those dirty northern monkeys the 601 boys!!!!! And by my nan’s meat pie mining hat have they brought the rave!! Flipping the original and throwin it back with some full on mental dancefloor magic. Wicked original ragga-tinged beats lead to fat bass & tearing synths that will undoubtedly destroy any floor you care to put ya dancing feet on.

Click here for a sample of Mobius's 'Thugs'

Click here for a sample of the 601 mix of 'Thugs'

A little about Mobius -

The pair met in the year 2000 whilst running nights and DJing on the Southampton Clubscene, a lasting friendship was quickly formed due to their shared love of the dance music scene in it’s many forms. Ali ran and DJ’ed at the successful Debauchery night in Southampton from 2000-2002 (Voted Ministry club of the south in 2001), and Jon ran a weekly Drum & Bass night – Toast, with the pair also collaborating for the Mixmag Recommended Offshore Boat Parties, fusing many dance styles under one roof.

The first track to be completed under the Mobius name is ‘Thugs’, taking influences from Hip Hop, Miami House, Drum & Bass and the contemporary Breaks scene, and adding a ‘clean but grimy’ ethic to their sound. Other Mobius tracks have been picking up plays all over the breaks scene from DJs including Tayo, Ben and Lex, Kickflip and Richie Balboa. The 601 remix of Thugs has also received plays on Annie Nightingale on Radio 1.

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Thugs is available on Ape Recordings from these fine shops now:

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