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Otto Von Schirach Releases New Single on Basshead

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Juan Loumiet is on a busy streak.  Besides running his venue, promoting shows, and spinning beats, he is finding time to drop deep tracks on his label Basshead. Right now he has this piece coming from Miami's own Otto von Schirach.  It's a double-A side with two big-time club bangers, showing von Schirach's more danceable side while retaining some of his quirkiness. You might have heard von Schirach or Jose el Rey dropping some of these future bass tracks out and about and thought, My, what the hell is this low-end glittery awesomeness?

Cop that shit at Sweat Records or online here.

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