Wednesday, January 13, 2010

coldest winter ever: our fault

we'd like to apologize to all of Miami for making this winter season so cold for you, apparently due to nature's natural way of forcing itself inot to balance, we (the Miami Bass Warriors) generated too much heat and hotness last year (2009) so, therefore, 2010 is the coldest time ever in the history already.

so, stay warm by your your record palyer, buy our record, player

Thursday, January 7, 2010

Miami Bass Warriors Reign Supreme!

once upon a time, and once again, we get mentioned for being powerfully glorious -- check out the Miami New Times Best Local Albums of 2009 -- or just read all above it here!

​Miami Bass Warriors 

Miami Bass Warriors EP 12-inch (Que Pasa MIA/Palm Tree Snuff)
When it comes to highlighting the unique aspects of the Magic City, few do it better than Otto von Schirach and Jose El Rey. With tongues placed firmly in cheeks, they honor Miami bass, hype Calle Ocho like it was Rodeo Drive, and refer to Ñooo Que Barato as their mecca. Teaming up with Jose's bodyguard, El Tigre, and Debbie D. -- formerly of booty bass duo Avenue D -- seemed like a natural fit.
As the Miami Bass Warriors, the quartet continues to use Miami as a source of inspiration. "Going Back to Calle Ocho" uses LL Cool J's 1989 track "Going Back to Cali" as a blueprint, turning up the bass tenfold and switching back and forth between English and Spanish -- the way most of us who grew up here feel comfortable speaking. "Bro, That Chick's a Basser" and "Breakfire" only reinforce the group's love of hometown bass. In "Basser," Debbie D. coos, "I love the bass/When it's deep/And I ain't getting in that car/If I can't feel it in the seat." Not to worry, we definitely feel it. -- Jose D. Duran

also, suposibly, too, Miami Sun Post named us a best-of, but this sunpost magazine only has a few newsstands scattered around town, all of those few are empty and even with our combine internet search prowess, said article cannot be found online!

here is a photo from that write-up