May 21st, 2013


KaleidoscopeOUT TODAY!

Primus released the deluxe edition of Sailing the Seas of Cheese, which features a new stereo mix of the classic, overseen by Les Claypool himself, plus 3 exclusive, previously unreleased bonus tracks: 2 live recordings from Primus’ 2012 “3D Tour” and the Bassnectar Remix of “Here Come The Bastards”.

I’ve been a fan since I was a kid, watching these weirdos play a massive role in redefining leftfield alternative music. Check out a preview of my remix below, and click the links to grab the release!



  1. YETTI says:

    Hell yes

  2. kenster707e says:

    definately different from the original song

  3. bobby wheeler says:

    so sick!!!!!! been waiting for this!! now waiting for those ill.gates collabs i heard about!!!

  4. dew says:

    sooooo terrible. man, what happened to cool bassnectar from underground communication days. Just generic metalstep these days

    • Akcat says:

      Well, if you knew his roots it wouldnt be so surprising, or disappointing to you.

    • G,lan says:

      Ya, boo dew. what does the future hold for you? Ya poo.

    • Mattyice says:

      It’s called “evolving” say it with me e-volv-ing. Your personal views are your own deal. But like the wise man below me said if u knew the root’s this discussion would be irrelevant. An if your complaining why are you on the site, seems like you need to get some bass front property, an get back to us!


  5. I like it a lot. Hangout was great. See you at Bisco. Anxiously waiting for a new mixtape to get me thru my work weeks till then.

  6. Ludge says:

    Oh man oh man oh man, this does me dirty. THANKS LORIN

  7. Lauren says:

    What a tease! I cannot wait to get crushed by that amazing whirring/ whizzing/ what the fuck ever-ing bass blast in the flesh 😀 See you at Red Rocks!!!

  8. Robert C. says:


  9. Sweet mix. Where is the vinyl?

  10. Joyce Peralta says:

    :0 must have more !!!

  11. Robert C. says:


  12. don r. says:

    I miss the Wildstyle/Timestretch Bassnectar. Still waiting for the new album tho, hopefully it will be more divergent spectrum and less VavaVoom

  13. stu says:

    seriously, his “drops” are so signature. it sounds like a human struggling to breath. powerful shit…

  14. T.Marsh says:

    Love it, love it. Stickin’ to the filthy. Love the vocal build up, reminds me of pink elephants, and the 140 – dnb transition is sick too. Great mix

  15. CapnWalnuts says:

    this will hold me over until the new album 🙂

  16. Teal Hermantin says:

    wow ka boom!

  17. Jimmy Spinner says:

    This is a mix between infinite and immigraniada, the synth is from infinite just tweaked a little and the drum is from immigraniada, you can hear it if you listen closely

    • IcarebecauseUdo says:

      he likes doing this, using sounds out of other tracks of his which are already good sounds! and also that gives him the ability to mix in and out of the song when playing live or making a mix. he has talked about this before

  18. Mattyice says:

    Instant bassface!!! Can’t wait for Eugene, we missed you lorin!


  19. UpsetBasshead says:

    wtf it says i cant buy this track in the US. This is exactly why no one pays for music because its EASIER to steal it than buy it. IMPOSSIBLE actually

    • Ed Basscrew says:

      OMG what a whiner. So IMPOSSIBLE that you have to go into iTunes and look it up yourself because the link on this page has expired! How will you ever manage? Let us know what happens, given how impossible it is. Or yes you could steal it because using Pirate Bay is so much easier than using iTunes because of how it requires exactly the same amount of effort.

      • Ed Basscrew says:

        I fixed the link btw, if you can overcome your indignation and find the strength to click it once again. I would say thanks for flagging it up but we should stay focused on OVERCOMING THE IMPOSSIBLE

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