Hashmoder's "STABBING BASSLINE" Stamp Of AprovalSunday morning, November 14, 2010:   I was walking on Baker Street in Nelson, British Columbia.  All the retail shops were closed except for this particular one which was not supposed’ve been open till 11-am: Urban Legends. I walked in.  Ok, so this store supposedly has over 10,000 new-&-used records.  Went through the S and T pile.  I lost my patience and asked the the cute girl who works there where the 12″ singles were? She pointed them out to me.  I went through all the 12″ bins and found this record.  It looked good.  I had no idea who the artist was, but I sure liked the track titles, especially the one with the “Electric Light Version” mix.  I just knew it was good.  I bought other amazing records from Urban Legends including an unopened, brand spanking new (and still wrapped) 12″ single of Dead Or Alive‘s 1985 worldwide hit track You Spin Me Round (Murder Mix). When I drove back to West Vancouver the next day, I played The Mogs record and was blown away by its style and sound.

Therefore… Kelly Blame (Electric Light Version) receives my Stabbing Bassline Stamp-Of-Approval.

The Mogs – “Kelly Blame” (Electric Light version)…

Artist: The Mogs
Title: Kelly Blame (Electric Light Version)
Year: 2005
Label: Kitsuné Music
Media Source: Recorded straight from 12-inch record to enhanced digital.

The Mogs – “Kelly Blame” (Electric Light version) (mp3)


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I found this 12" single of Dead Or Alive - "You Spin Me Round". It's from 1985. Never been opened. Still new. I've been looking all around the world for this record since 1985, but it was sold-out everywhere. And of all the places, this Urban Legends little shop of goodies in Nelson, BC, had it!
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Hashmoder's "STABBING BASSLINE" Stamp Of AprovalYou want rolling basslines?  Then this old but AMAZING synth-house track is for you.  Sixteenth-notes of multi-tap-delayed bassline sequences.  Shakers.  Roland TR-909 kicks and hi-hats.  Other synth pads that are gated in 16th-note steps.  I get the goosebumps every time I listen to this track.  Play this track in your car and drive somewhere with nice visual surrounding.  Or play it at home by standing dead-center between two beefy speakers …close your eyes …and allow your mind and ears to be driven.

Havana‘s Disorder has gotten my Stabbing Bassline Stamp-Of-Approval since 1994 …and I still haven’t revoked it yet :)

Havana – “Disorder” (Original Version)…

Artist: Havana
Title: Disorder (Original Version)
Year: 1994/1997
Label: Hook Recordings
Media Source: Recorded straight from 12-inch record to enhanced digital.

Havana – “Disorder” (Original Version) (mp3)


Hashmoder's "STABBING BASSLINE" Stamp Of AprovalOver The Shoulder is one incredible track (by Ministry) that was way ahead of its time.  Rolling, pounding synth bassline — sequenced with 16TH-notes across the 4/4 bar/measure timescale.  Industrial clinging & clanging sounds.  It was this track which first exposed me to industrial music after watching the music video.  I was like What the ‘F’ …and… What kind of music is that?

To me, I loved those industrial hard-edged sounds over a dance groove.  I was glad to be introduced to the industrial genre not only because it was new and harder core with metal/guitar elements but also because it had electronic drum machines, synthesizers, stuttering voice/word samples, machine grinds, and overly-precessed vocals.

Therefore… Over The Shoulder gets my Stabbing Basslines stamp of approval.

Ministry – “Over The Shoulder” (12″ Version)…

Artist: Ministry
Title: Over The Shoulder (12″ Version)
Year: 1985
Label: Sire Records Company

Ministry – “Over The Shoulder” (12″ Version) (mp3)


Music Video: Ministry – “Over The Shoulder”…

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