- Record label
- Maztek Subculture
- Catalog Number
- Release Date
- September 19th 2011
|A1||Hit That / Maztek remix||Intiman feat. Foreign Beggars remix Maztek||5:54|
|B1||Hit That||Intiman feat. Foreign Beggars||3:14|
'The whole project started during a festival in Rome called Get Numb, where Foreign Beggars were invited as headliners. The producers Intiman and Maztek were both present in the same line up. The Foreign Beggars were picked up at the airport, and thus started a one day odyssey to carry the band around Rome. After a quick radio interview they all jumped in the studio and they came out with this brand new tune on an Intiman instrumental. http://youtu.be/W_zj-XIIT7k After a few weeks of studio work the original version was ready, Maztek was called to check what was going on and he started to work on a massive dnb remix, which is a mix between breakbeat and Drum & Bass perfect to change the music style while playing live and he decided to release it on Subculture, his own label. This release is the single of the new Maztek Album called 'back to the new era' which will be a mix of different styles from dubstep to dnb featuring many mcs from Mc coppa to 2shy and mc Temper http://youtu.be/XTqO_4hy8Qs The Maztek remix was featured on Bailey BBC1 extra ahow and it is supported so far by Ed Rush, N-phect, Future Signal, Btk, Metrik, Blokhe4d, State of Mind, Cause 4 Concern, Optiv, Prolix, Kano, Renegade Hardware label and many more. The sound is a mix of Elektro, rock and Grimey lyrics and the remixes follow that feel perfectly. The release features 2 videos that show what happened during those days: the original mix has been shot during the festival and the studio time with the Foreign Beggar's crew while the other video (taken out from Maztek remix) has been shot out from the work that Maztek did in the studio during the following weeks. After spending all day in the studio with Intiman the band was ready for the show, the Roman audience crowded the festival to acclaim the foreign beggars and the show started.'