Nick Catchdubs Goes Wild On "Full House" (ft. Heems & Troy Ave)
Nick Dubs has just dropped a brand new vibe session, and if you're feeling mellow, this is not the joint for you. Snugly set atop a staccato guitar line and echoing bass drum, "Full House" brings MCs Heems and Troy Ave in for a party session as wild as any Hollywood cinema scene. With a not-even-a-little naughty hook, the track pumps ever onward full of the signature bass and rattling drums that have made Nick Catchdubs a dance mainstay. He is, after all, one of the top heads at Fools Gold Records and can frequently be caught palling around with the one and only A-Trak.
The new track, described as a "bizarro NYC jam," comes with the announcement that the newest Nick Catchdub LP, Smoke Machine, will drop on April 28th. In the producers own words, "Full House" "Started as a beat I made on my couch. Too jiggy to live as an instrumental headphone thing, too weird to give to any artists for their own projects. So with WEIRD JIGGY as a spiritual principle, I went out and recorded an album piece by piece, stockpiling vocals (Troy & Heems were recorded - like most of these - in the side room at Rubber Tracks in Brooklyn) until I had twelve records that felt so much like "me" that they wouldn't fit anywhere else but Smoke Machine." Listen to "Full House" below and keep an ear out for more no-shame game from the entire Fools Gold crew.