There is so much good music being released every week. Between all those releases there is also a lot free music and giveaways from labels and artists being shared for several reasons. Like this one from last week by Motte. This week one of our favorite deep-house producers is giving away his latest EP on PIFF Records. Harrison BDP – The BDP Tape Vol. 1
Free download / giveaway.
Before we dive into this new release on PIFF Records, let me give you the free download first. All you need to do, is fill in the form here below and a download link will be emailed to you directly.
Harrison BDP – The BDP Tape Vol. 1.
Alright now that you have the free download emailed to you. Let’s see what this is all about. Let’s start with the name of the EP. Most people don’t know that the BDP in Harrison BDP, stands for ‘Big D*ck Playaaa’. That’s right and probably why his music fits perfectly in Dirty Disco.
You can read it here in Dirty Disco 287, Under The Tree edition where i explained what BDP stands for while featuring his at that time latest EP ‘Yearning For Yesterday‘.
This new EP, The BDP Tape Vol. 1 is just as fat as any of his releases. It includes 4 beautiful and well-crafted deep-house tracks. Which are totally for free as a giveaway by Harrison BDP and his Piff Records label. And are included in this DJ mix in the 298 installment of Dirty Disco.
It’s simple! Harrison wanted to say thank you to all of his fans for supporting him and helping him reaching the official Superstar DJ status.
What’s in the EP?
Like i wrote. 4 amazing deep-house groovers combining elements of electronica, breaks and beats into one fine very deep new and for free to download EP on the in UK based imprint PIFF records.
The tracks: Make Her Kill and Glad I Stayed are both having a real electronic break beat feel. Keeping those real deep-house elements as deep synth stabs. Combined with a bit of a UK Garage drum percussion.
Sacrifices Must Be Made and Missed The Boat are two tracks on this free EP. That have that standard 4 to the floor kick drum combined with deep-tech elements that really make you want to hit the dance-floor hard. Where Missed The Boat has a bit more darker side to it, all 4 tracks are really interesting for deep-house and electronica DJ’s.