Galatic Booty Call

by Taso

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Out of the gate, MalLabel Music resident artist Taso’s first album, Galactic Booty Call, is nothing short of game changing – if not for the entire world of music, at bare minimum it will be a most amazing and humbling look for his budding career. There have been so many times each of us has read reviews of electronic dance albums to be released in the near future that are supposed to do amazing wonders for an artist or artists’ careers. And it’s all hype. However, in the case of Taso, there is 100% definitive, actual, factual, amazing, functionally precise and amazing breaks and bass wall to wall on this EP.

Without a doubt, one can decipher the sheer volume of talent dripping off this release by picking any two songs from it at random and simply listening. The reality is that anyone who picks two songs off of this release will not only like both tracks, but want more. And the release has so much more. Because by industry standards, this release is, to use a technical term, is f*cking massive. At 16 tracks, the EP is absolutely bloated with originality and vibe. Taso manages to bridge any gaps listeners might perceive between straight West Coast hip hop, timeless dub, and in-your-face, human destroying, aliens-eat-your-brains-out, bass-tweaking dubstep. Galactic Booty Call is a name that fits the release so well, you can almost make out that the EP has a nice, yoga-toned derrier.

If you are a DJ who has never spun a set and want to immediately gather an arsenal of tunes that sound current, like real current, like tunes that are going to blow up the entire summer, then this would be one release you will not want, but need. If you are a veteran to the scene and have witnessed hundreds of flash-in-the-pan artists get sold to the eager populous by magazines and heads trying to sell you what’s next in culture, and you are sick of it, and your dollar means a lot to you these days, so you aren’t planning on spending money on much – here’s a purchase you will not only be glad you made, but here’s yet another blindingly golden opportunity to open your eyes to the fact that MalLabel Music is basically the smartest label on the West Coast that specializes in underground bass music. Taso’s Galactic Booty Call is hands down the best album on the market at this particular moment, and you don’t want to get caught sleeping.

Artwork by Skulltrane.

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released May 22, 2012

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