Juan Basshead is Making Moves With a New Release

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The former proprietor of Black Sheep, label owner, international DJ and man about town, Juan Loumiet a.k.a. Juan Basshead has a new release coming out September 1. This one features Portland based producer Noah D and features dancehall emcee Einstein of Kingston, JA.  The A side is a plodding super bass heavy jam with dark ambient overtones.  The B side is a D'n'B remix by Break, a big UK superstar in the scene, of the same track that I haven't heard yet.  Support local business and this ambassador of Miami to the world.  Do your damn job.

More info can be found at bassheadmusic.com, and you can buy the thing at myspace.com/stholdings

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