Drop The Lime designed these limited edition dot matrix vector screened super thin Alternative apparel T's in celebration for our 7 year anniversary.
The phrase "Never Too Late," is in super fine white crisp ink - keep fresh young trouble makers, don't be late and miss out on these as they are only here once.
*NEVER to be re-printed, so head to our WEB-STORE and get yours before theyre all gone!*
Trouble & Bass turns 7 years old this month and we'd like to say a huge thank you to all the fans and friends that have supported us over the years. We couldn't have bassed without you! To celebrate our birthday, we're holding a massive event in our hometown of Gotham City, plus touring around the US. Heavy bass champions of the world DROP THE LIME, AC SLATER, and STAR EYES may be touching down in a city near you—make sure you get involved, win tickets, and follow all the antics using #TROUBLE7BASS on Twitter, Instagram & Vine.
If you're in NYC, join us on Friday, September 13 as we team up with Verboten at Sullivan Room. The lineup includes old-skool hardcore dons ALTERN-8, Made to Play label boss Jesse Rose, and tech-house twerker Oliver $ in two floors of madness: the Trouble & Bassment and the Twerkno Room. Also playing are crew members Drop the Lime, AC Slater, and Star Eyes, plus Jubilee, DKDS, Tony Quattro, and Doctor Jeep—all of whom have records coming out on T&B before 2013 is up.
Join our FB page for the event > HERE <
Tickets for VERBOTEN presents TROUBLE & BASS > HERE <
Catch T&B in a city near you:
9.7: ORLANDO, FL @ THE ROXY (with KONTROL)
9.13: NEW YORK, NY @ SULLIVAN ROOM (with VERBOTEN)
9.14: MIAMI, FL @ GRAND CENTRAL (with POPLIFE)
9.20: SAN FRANCISCO, CA @ MIGHTY
9.22: LOS ANGELES, CA @ DRAI’S (with IHEARTCOMIX)
+ more secret shows and afterparties to be announced!
Santino’s ‘Sabor De Tú Amor’ (“Taste Of Your Love”) bristles with freestyle’s electro synths, drum machine beats, and Latin percussion; it’s a throwback summer jam inspired by Stevie B and Lisa Lisa. The single is paired with a handful of remixes: Diplo and DJA provide a wobbly, luvstep version, Argentinan duo Frikstailers swap freestyle for cumbia, and Tomb Crew & Wholesick amp-up the original with the peak hour in mind. Most intriguing is the remix by new duo Baryshnikov, who recruited freestyle legend Nocera (‘Summertime, Summertime’) to sing the tune.