Sundance returns with ‘Bass (How Low Can You Go?) Sundance Remix. His Trap House take on the 1988 classic by Simon Harris.
First out in 1988 on Pete Tong’s Polygram label FFRR, the original was a Billboard Number 1 for UK acid house legend and Grammy award winner Simon Harris, who wrote and produced the track with Professor Griff from Public Enemy.
Now 27 years later, Sundance has brought the track right up-to-date with an amazing heavy bass, trap house vibe with some wicked new 808 beats and an awesome bass line that still manages to be faithful to the original and keeps Chuck D’s classic vocals.
Sundance was really pumped to be able to collaborate with Simon Harris. “I was a huge fan of ‘Bass’ when it first came out and played it all the time as a DJ. It’s one of those ground breaking tracks that really kicked-off and shaped the start of the whole House/Acid House movement in the UK. Simon Harris is a legend!”
Harris became famous in the early 80s as a producer and DJ with his unique approach to merge Hip-Hop and house music. As founder of the Hip-Hop label “Music Of Life” and creator of “Beats, Breaks And Scratches”, a series of scratch-vinyls for DJ ´s, he was one of the driving personalities of the emerging DJ culture of the late 80s and early 90s.
This one is a monster! It’s sure to break bass cabinets and sub-woofers everywhere! Watch out!