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Jurassik Studio

JURASSIK STUDIO

Jurassik Studio Production is the label of Botom Botom.

The Jurassik Studio has produced 3 albums of Botom Botom with Hammerbass Records.

The label is open to all proposals and collaborations.

The Jurassic Studio is also a home studio where Albums Botom Botom have been recorded and mixed.

Lovers of old vintage synthesizers & the latest plug-in the Jurassik Studio has an open and curious mind ...

BOTOM BOTOM

About Botom Botom

Releases


In A Strange Little World

Not Stereotype

Peace Unity Love Having Fun & Computers

BOTOM BOTOM : onomatopoeia born in a Charlie Schlingo’s comic book, expressing as its tone indicates, the percussive sound of a budgin’ music !


Coming from the Lyon electronic scene, LCX and FYG, the 2 handymen BOTOM BOTOM‘s musicians already released a self-produced EP (‘Testez les 6 sens’) in 1997. Then they got involved in several compilations such as La Dernière Bombe (97), Créature des Abysses (alongside Zenzile, Le Peuple de l’herbe, Rhinocérôse…in 98) and Wreck This Mess (alongside Twilight Circus, Spectre, Dub Factory, DJ Spooky…in 99).


At this time the HAMMERBASS crew spotted them and BOTOM BOTOM was logically invited to the famous DUB ACTION parties in Paris in 2001. The seeds of collaboration between the band and the label were sown.
The same year, they start working with a female singer, Sylvie Russo, and they build their own studio called The Jurassik Studio (a mix of old and new equipment, with few prototypes here and there…)in which they composed and recorded in 2002 their first real album ‘Peace, Unity, Love, Having Fun and Computers’.
HAMMERBASS Records released it in october 2002 and the following months several gigs were set with DUB ACTION. The album got good feedbacks from the media and the promoters.


Then one of the track, ‘Reality Show’, appears in the famous compilation I DUB YOU![EMI] and REGGAE MAGAZINE and the trak “Trance Europ Endless” in the DUB IN FRANCE VOL.2 [PRODUCTIONS SPÉCIALES].
In 2006, they release their second album “This is not a stereotype” skillfully mixing dub, electro and pop with increasingly present Arabic influences. The track « My heroes » was scheduled in France Inter’s playlist for three month.
They make a comeback in 2014 with a third album called “In a Strange Little World” still composed and recorded in their “Jurassik Studio”.


The electronic music in this album is war, groovy and sensual, far from the stereotypes of electro-minimalism.
We find a mixture of big dub bass accompanied by a riff of synthesizers of multiple influences, wrapped up with a warm pop-sounding voice.


From dub to electro pop, from trip hop to reggae, BOTOM BOTOM revitalizes the French music scene!!
Welcome to the strange little world of BOTOM BOTOM.

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