- Fresh from recently remixing Peaches' "Shake Yer Dix", Junior Jack's "Da Hype" (featuring Robert Smith) and Alex Kid's "Come With Me" to name a few, Canadian DJ Tiga steps into the limelight for 2004 with a brand new production, Pleasure From The Bass.
Sticking to current electro styles, the beats are a mish mash between house and breaks, incorporating a few 80's disco style handclaps and percussive elements. What really makes this track shine is the bouncy bassline that permeates the whole track, which then gets the squelchy acid treatment halfway through. On vocals, Tiga tells the story of one man's infatuation with the lower frequencies and how he build a life around it.
Pleasure From The Bass is a pretty catchy tune, possibly as catchy as Tiga's covers of Nelly's "Hot In Herre" which he remade for his DJ Kicks compilation in early 2003.