Four guys from Innsbruck, Austria – Busy Fingaz, Juwee, Fu and Sensay – established a name for themselves with extensive touring all over Europe for the last 13 years. Founded 1999 in Innsbruck, they have now emerged as one of the most booked DJ-outfits in central Europe, with an extremely club-friendly and crowd-pleasing party-rocking style. Their 2007 release "Go Wax Wreckaz“ was in Austria’s FM4 radio charts’ Top 10 for 5 weeks so the guys are no newcomers when it comes to smashing out club and radio friendly tunes.
And now it’s time for more fire from the crew. This new single titled 'Bubble And Wine Up' is a mash of dancehall, bashment and bass/dubstep vibes, and it has that radio friendliness too. Recorded together and featuring the vocals of Swedish dancehall shooting-star Etzia, this is a warm, full-on feel good tune for the winter.
Remixes range from the UK Garage vibed take by Urban Knights (Top Billin, Quantum) to the more tropical (soca-like) remixes by So Shifty (Man Recordings, Suncycle) and Bert On Beats (Trouble&Bass, Enchufada) as well as a deeper bass cut by Stereotyp (Ninja Tune, G-Stone)
We got a hit record right here.
Bubble And Wine Up (Original Mix)
Bubble and Wine Up (Urban Knights Remix)
Bubble and Wine Up (Bert On Beats Remix)
Bubble and Wine Up (So Shifty Remix)
Bubble and Wine Up (Stereotyp Remix)
Bubble And Wine Up (Instrumental)
"There’s no shortage of songs for gals to bubble and wine up to coming from Jamaica right now but, for good measure, here’s one from Austria by way of Scandinavia. Wax Wreckaz, a four-man production team from the Austrian city of Innsbruck, have teamed with Swedish dancehall talent Etzia (fresh off her recent collaboration with Future Fambo) and Finnish record label/sound crew Top Billin (who gave us the excellent Balearic dancehall jam “Shake Sitten” from Kush Arora and Mega Banton earlier this year) for the release of the bashment excursion called—what else—”Bubble & Wine Up.” The single, which blends dancehall and tropical bass vibes with an accessible pop slant, with remixes by Stereotyp, So Shifty, Bert on Beats and Urban Knights is hot."
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