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  Miami bass - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Miami bass (also known as booty music, a term that may also include other genres, such as dirty rap) is a type of hip hop music that became popular in the 1980s and 1990s, known for applying the Roland TR-808 sustained kick drum, slightly higher dance tempos, and occasionally sexually explicit lyrical content.
Miami bass has never had consistent mainstream acceptance, but has had a profound impact on the development of drum and bass, Southern rap, and other genres of music.
Miami Bass is closely related to the modern genres of Ghettotech and Booty House, genres which combine Detroit techno and Chicago house with the Miami bass sound.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Miami_bass   (697 words)

 Miami Bass Breakbeat/Breaks - Electronic Music Styles
Miami bass (also known as booty bass or bass music) is a form of music known for deep, throbbing beats, hyperkinetic rhythms and, often, sexually explicit lyrics.
Miami bass has achieved little mainstream chart success, though it has won acceptance among US southerners and some northern hip hop listeners, a form to which it is closely related.
Miami was a hotbed for soul music, which evolve into disco music, but when Henry Stone's TK Records empire folded, it left a void in Miami's music scene.
www.electronicmusicstyles.com /breakbeat_breaks_miami_bass.html   (248 words)

 miaminewtimes.com | News | Bass is the Place
Today Miami bass kitschiness is celebrated every month at Poplife, where DJ Le Spam (no introduction needed) takes breaks from his night in, night out band gigs to send kids on a time warp, dosing them with Afro-Rican and Maggotron records.
Miami bass is still a much-loved part of the city, especially by anyone who grew up here during the last twenty years.
What sets them apart is their ability to capture the spirit of old Miami bass while pushing the fresher, electro-oriented style by shaving off the silly booty ruse and blending in contemporary influences from hip-hop, techno, and European electro.
www.miaminewtimes.com /issues/2003-08-21/music.html   (769 words)

 Miami Bass: The Primer - Article - Stylus Magazine
From virtually the beginning of Miami’s urban music scene, it was dominated by Henry Stone and his TK Records offshoots.
Miami jumped on board, producing a string of electro records, the most popular of which were produced by Pretty Tony, but as the market for hip-hop records began to slow down and remove the robotic elements, Miami followed suit.
Griffin, the DJ for Bass Station, a rival club to Luke Skywalker’s Pac Jam, became one of the in-house producers of the record label of the same name.
www.stylusmagazine.com /feature.php?ID=1776   (1515 words)

 Catascopic - issue 8 - article - Miami Bass History 101
The majority of rap music fans of the West Coast and Southern U.S. discovered Miami Bass in its entirety due to the success of the "Throw the D" single and the 2 Live Crew album, thus blazing a path for many other artists to cash in on its formula.
He refers to this style as "Techno Bass," a term either derived from Techmaster P.E.B. 's techniques, or a Dynamix II song of the same name released in 1988 produced with an entirely different motive.
Instead, some glom onto rave culture, proclaiming Miami Bass to live on through their "funky breaks," (such as former Magic Mike partner Beatmaster Wizzy under the new pseudonym Trip Theory) and others are trying to capture chart success by claiming to be part of the "Dirty South" movement of rap.
www.transmissionmag.com /article.html   (2722 words)

 Peacock Bass-Florida Peacock Fishing
From the boat ramp, it is 3.0 miles to the entrance of the Coral Gables Canal, 4.8 miles to the lateral canal connecting to McDonald Lake, and 7.6 miles to the intersection with Snapper Creek(immediately east of the Turnpike Extension).
Tamiami Canal supports excellent populations of butterfly peacock and largemouth bass that average about 14 inches (1.5 pounds), and nearly 50% of the harvestable butterfly peacock and 40% of the largemouth bass are larger than this.
bass fishing tends to be best during the winter when the water cools, and early in the morning, evenings, and even at night during the summer.
www.flyfishpeacocks.com /gallery.htm   (1102 words)

 miaminewtimes.com | Arts & Entertainment | Big Bass Bonanza   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-11)
For art lovers accustomed to a lull in activity during the dog days of summer, deciding which shows to choose from among the museum's expansive menu might be as slippery as handling a hog in a greased-pig contest.
The Bass is featuring everything from Haitian art to Renaissance altarpieces to embroidered silk robes from the Chinese Imperial court and, not unlike a country fair, boasting a little something for everyone.
At the show's entrance are works from the Bass Museum's holdings of Haitian art, included dazzling examples of sequined ceremonial vodou bottles and flags by Clotaire Bazile and Edgar Jean-Louis of the Bel Air School in Port-au-Prince.
www.miaminewtimes.com /Issues/2006-06-15/culture/art.html   (861 words)

 what miami bass means to us
Their freaky tales (and parties) inspired a whole generation of bass enthusiasts and spawned the man most directly responsible for the sensation to come: The Egyptian Lover.
Within the grooves on that mysterious gray label were the sounds that to this day epitomize the best of Miami Bass: top notch, outraged scratching; expert programming; and earthquake bass.
But we should appreciate Miami Bass as a very important and legitimate form of hip-hop that has always given a lot to us here in the West (and all over the world).
www.solesides.com /winblad/shadowgroyal05.html   (679 words)

 Bass Museum of Art in Miami Beach - Find Miami Bass Museum
Miami Beach 411 : Arts : Museums : Search results for Bass Museum in Miami Beach, FL : The Bass Museum on Park Ave..
The museum occupies what was originally the Miami Beach Public Library, which was designed in 1930 by Russell Pancoast, a grandson of Miami Beach pioneer John A. Collins.
Bass Museum is located of the Right side of the street.
www.miamibeach411.com /arts/bass.html   (236 words)

 South Florida Peacock Bass Fishing Miami
We have had hundreds of clients in search of peacock bass and would be delighted if you would allow us to make your fishing trip of a lifetime dream come true with one of our pro peacock bass fishing guides.
largemouth bass, the peacock bass is not actually a member of the bass family.
Although four distinct species of peacock bass, known as pavon in Venezuela, Colombia, Peru and Brazil, are from South America, at lease two or more of the species have made its way to North America (South Florida).
www.hawghunterguideservice.com /MiamiPeacockBass.htm   (397 words)

 [: D*I*R*T*Y :] --> Miami bass history   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-11)
Between 1985 and 1988, a large majority of Bass songs were founded on a cartoon melody or theme song of any given kitschy television show, making the genre a bit of a novelty in the eyes of more serious rappers form the Northeast, despite much of its own region partaking in the same actions.
He single handedly invented a new sub-genre of Bass by removing all of the DJ and MC aspects from the music, and centering the focus on the Bass itself.
Adding Miami Bass classics to their playlists, Bass became a notch in hipsters' belts, even in the Northeast region of the U.S where it was asphyxiated during its heyday.
www.d-i-r-t-y.com /textes/int_miamibass.html   (4724 words)

 Bass Camp Miami   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-11)
Miami with its fertile mix of sunshine and intrigue.
The place is awash in drug capital and colored by the peculiar aesthetic that goes with it.
In the glare of the Miami sun, the last thing we see are the tattooed letters MISERY flashing one more time before the searing cottony sheen of South Beach envelops them.
home24.inet.tele.dk /case/mondo/bcm.html   (826 words)

 Miami bass
Miami bass (booty bass, bass music) is a form of music known for deep, throbbing beats, hyperkinetic rhythms and, often, sexually explicit lyrics.
The most famous Miami bass group is 2 Live Crew, known for the censorship efforts surrounding their As Nasty As They Wanna Be album.
Miami bass has had a lasting influence on other musical styles, particularly Chicago's ghetto house and Detroit's ghettotech and, to a lesser degree, crunk.
www.jahsonic.com /MiamiBass.html   (5154 words)

 Bass Fishing Report #82006 for Miami Peacock Bass on ESPN , Florida
Well, if you all want to see what I have been writing about you can on ESPN-2 this Friday Oct. 25th at 11AM EST on a show called "Fish ON." We filmed this show in July and this action is what you can expect with "The Hawghunter" Capt. Frank Carbone.
The best part of it all is that you don't have to go out of the country and spend thousands of dollars to catch them.
South Florida is a year round fishery for the Peacock Bass.
www.wmi.org /bassfish/reports/82006.htm   (298 words)

 Guardian Unlimited Arts | Arts features | The ace of Miami bass
Aside from pioneering a new breed of businessman/performer and keeping subsequent foul-mouthed rappers out of the dock, Luke was also integral to the Miami bass musical revolution.
Based around uptempo beats and gonging, 808-generated bass notes, this was pure club music that prefigured much of modern hip-hop by prizing the ability to move a crowd above all other concerns.
At the same time, Miami bass's lyrical content - exemplified by 2 Live Crew's break-out hit, Throw The Dick - was lewd, crude and repetitious.
arts.guardian.co.uk /features/story/0,,1783977,00.html?gusrc=rss   (596 words)

 Miami Bass Lyrics - by STETSASONIC : Lyrics And Songs
You are viewing lyrics of Miami Bass by STETSASONIC from the album UNKNOWN at LyricsAndSongs.COM
Cause Miami is known for the deepest bass
The Lyrics above are to Miami Bass and are (Mostly correct, Yet...
www.lyricsandsongs.com /song/453778.html   (589 words)

 Drop the bass! (Miami style) - Dissensus   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-11)
GQ keeps saying "you'll never hear music like this again." At one point he shouts out to "the Miami crew" and says "when you go home you can tell your friends about this." I've always wondered if they did and if anything came of it.
Miami and not one mention of the Bass Mekanik.
Cocadisco, Miami bass, Rephlex revivalism, Italo-disco...it all seems to be coming together.
www.dissensus.com /showthread.php?t=149&highlight=miami   (1521 words)

 Maggotron.Com::: Almost live from the Bass Planet!
Internationally known, Miami Bass, Electro or Street Music has influenced and is the forerunner of Break beat, Crunk, Ghetto Tech and other genres of music.
The Best of Ultimate Bass trax: "MIAMI ELECTRO" compiled by DXJ was released in March 2005 to educate the masses on the historicity of the Bass!
If you are new to the Quadricurean delights of the Bass, or simply a long time throbboisseur who stepped away for a minute, but now eagerly desires to learn about what we've been doing for the last 3 decades until present.
www.maggotron.com   (486 words)

 Booty Shakin' Miami Bass !!
Ah yeah, before I forget - "Bass Mechanic" was produced by the one and only DXJ "Maggotron"...
As well as being a superstar DJ, Mike, partnered by former "Miami Vice" star Tom Reich, own Cheetah Records, which as Cheetah Distribution Group was the largest independently distributed record label in America at this time.
This megamix was lifted from "Miami Bass Waves Vol.
www.vinylvulture.co.uk /pages/miami-bass.htm   (1619 words)

 100 Greatest Miami Bass Songs
Miami Bass (bass, booty bass, car audio bass) is a form of Hip Hop dance with its roots in Afrika Bambaataa and The Soul Sonic Force's 1982 track "Planet Rock".
The style is characterized by raps, syncopated bass, and explicit lyrical content (although several are strictly party records).
Miami Bass peaked in the late 80s and early 90s with acts such as J.J. Fad, The 2 Live Crew, L'Trimm, and Sir Mix-A-Lot.
www.digitaldreamdoor.com /pages/best_dance-miami.html   (778 words)

 eBay - miami bass records, Records, Music items on eBay.com   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-11)
Lot of 120 Miami Bass 12” DJ Hip Hop Rap Dance+ Record
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 Entertainment : Visual Arts -- MiamiHerald.com
Elisa Turner serves as both the Herald's art critic and Miami correspondent for ARTnews, where her articles include reviews and profiles.
She is a member of the International Association of Art Critics and holds an M.A. in comparative literature from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
Beth Dunlop is The Miami Herald's Architecture critic, a post she also held from 1979 to 1993, during which time she won more than 30 awards for her writing and was a finalist for the Pulitzer Prize.
www.miami.com /mld/miamiherald/entertainment/visual_arts/?source=rss&channel=miamiherald_visual_arts   (249 words)

 Bass - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Bass (musical term), describes tones of low frequency or range
Bass (vocal range), a male singer who sings in the lowest vocal range
Miami bass, a type of hip hop music
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Bass   (282 words)

 eBay Store - Recycled Vinyl: RAP, HIP HOP OLD SKOOL, MIAMI BASS   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-11)
stores.ebay.com /Recycled-Vinyl   (299 words)

 Various Artists : Miami Bass Wars II
Bass Wars II - DXJ/The Miami Bass Mob
Miami, That Bass So Strong - DJ Fingerz/Cutmaster Knobs
"You remember the saying - more bounce to the ounce!" MIAMI BASS WARS II is one of THE best cruin' around town bass cd's...
theone.ru /Shop/B000001S6T.html   (145 words)

From Lake Okeechobee, the Everglades, and the canals in Miami, we cover most of South Florida.
The only place to fish for Peacock Bass in America is South Florida.
These trips are All-Inclusive and you will be accompanied by a private guide from Miami all the way to your final destination lodge.
www.southfloridafishing.org   (370 words)

 DRUM & BASS ARENA - MIAMI 2003   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-11)
Gathering all the movers n shakers of the dance music industry, Miami's Winter Music Conference is THE place to be seen.
Parties are held, records swapped and contacts made in the glamorous Florida location.
Much of the drum and bass industry decamps across the Atlantic for the week and DandB Arena was in full attendance to make sure nothing was missed.
www.breakbeat.co.uk /features/miami/miami2003archive.html   (90 words)

 TUBA CITY: Miami Bass Will Eat Itself
If you haven't heard about (or better yet, heard) the intoxicating dancefloor madness that is "Rio baile funk", you can read Douglas Wolk's short article from a December 2004 issue of the Village Voice and/or this Stylus Magazine review of the aforementioned compilation.
Or if you need a napkin-sized executive summary, let's just say that Rio baile funk/favela booty bass/funk carioca/whatchamacallit is sort of like a 21st-century Brazilian twist on 80s electro and Miami bass, with lots of energetic Portuguese rapping thrown into the crazy raw-sounding mix.
One of the absolute wildest tracks on Rio Baile Funk: Favela Booty Beats is De Falla's "Popozuda Rock'n'Roll", a pretty hilarious and incredible song that almost sounds like a Brazilian rap group attempting to do a Miami bass version of the riff-heavy theme to Beverly Hills 90210.
www.tubafrenzy.org /weblog/archives/2005/05/miami_bass_will.html   (811 words)

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