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Dig the crunk funk!

Skweeeeee!!! Succumb to the absolutely obese bass of LAZERCROTCH, the Oregon-bred eradicator of eardrums and lo-fi cheese-dance goodness. Released on March 27 through Poisonous Gases in the other Portland (Oregon, that is), LAZERCROTCH’s self-titled first release is a groovy collection of fucked-up bass funk and grinding old-school synths set to resonant claps and machine-gun kick drum, and guaranteed to tickle the Motown muscle in a distinctly West Coast fashion. Dig in on the cheerful grime of “Mackin'” to get the party started with a heavy bounce, and check out the underwater wah-wah burbles that soar over the buzzsaw bassline of “Sachet Melt” if you like your groove with a little more grease. Despite the astounding simplicity, LAZERCROTCH stays fresh through repeated listening thanks to the innovative combination of vintage techno sounds and modern crunk beatitude, wheeling out platter after tasty platter of hip-ass ghetto dance love that you would be crazy to miss out on.

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