9 thoughts on “ DJ Maxximus - Bass The World (CD)

  1. Bass The World sees DJ Maxximus bringing a selection of chest-rattling grime and sublow to the table, but is ultimately let down by some of the worst mixing I've ever heard on a CD. Simple crossfader throws and awkward offbeat fadeouts kill the momentum whenever you feel that things are really getting going, and they continue to do so throughout the duration of the mix/5(8).
  2. Explore releases from DJ Maxximus at Discogs. Shop for Vinyl, CDs and more from DJ Maxximus at the Discogs Marketplace. Vinyl and CD Discography; 6 Releases DJ Maxximus: Bass The World ‎ (CD, Mixed) MG MG77CD Germany: Sell This Version: 1 – 6 of 6.
  3. DJ Maxximus aka 'Himself' / 'DIN-ST' was first introduced to Drum & Bass and Hardcore in , where his desire for Bass music began. In , after countless raves, 'Himself' began producing his own music. DJ Maxximus has a history of releasing on labels such as Ambush, rembderynaroso.sterolasesalplatpabesignpoommysqvo.co, Digital Hardcore Recordings, PIAS, Tresor, Firm, read more.
  4. DJ Maxximus on vinyl, CD and tape at Norman Records UK. Essential emails. We use email for essential contact about orders you have placed, password recovery, etc.
  5. DJ Maxximus 4; Detect 4; Mononom 4; Iota 4; M.I.T.C.H. 4; DJ Vax1 4; Asian Psilocybe Foundation 4; Detroit Grand Pubahs 3; Plastique de Reve 3; Sonic Boom 3; Crookers 3; 3 Is A Crowd 3; IV 3; DJ Wilson 3; Lungwah 3; Chab 2; Prins Thomas 2; Feadz 2; Bigeneric 2; Plastique De Lux 2; MPC 2; Luluxpo 2; Brendon Moeller 2; Jokers Of The Scene 2; DJ.
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  7. Check out Oi Oi Oi Remixed by Boys Noize on Beatport. Welcome to Beatport. Beatport is the world's largest electronic music store for DJs.
  8. Brilliant turn of events over at Mental groove, enlisting the help of dynamite sublow operataaah DJ Maxximus for a grimey, bass-heavy grapple on the wheels of steel with the help of Paul PM and MC Caligula on vocal duties. "Trust Me" rules over mostly all of the MG output of late, spot on with its shuffling skips and monitor-eroding low-end pounding, no coincidence that this German operator.

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