Apashe – Tank Girls Remix EP

Tank Girls Returns With a New Squad of Remixers

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Tank Girls by Apashe was one of the most unique releases of 2015. In 2016, four remixes of varied styles were collected to let Tank Girls live on in new forms. Razihel brings forth an uplifting trap remix that is perfect for the Summer festivals that are just around the corner, while 8Er$ gets down and dirty with his bass heavy hybrid flip. Son of Kick breaks the beat down for a dark drum & bass infused take and Zeskullz reboots the bass house style with some new flash and flare.

Apashe drops two insane new cross-genre tracks with new EP ‘Tank Girls’

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Apashe enters the battlefield with Tank Girls, a two-track EP that showcases the producer’s beautifully brutal aptitude for manifesting dance-floor hits. With “Tank Girls” Apashe takes charge alongside Zitaa to lead listeners into the dirty combat zone with a bass house fight song. “Commander” enlists the voracious emcee Panther for a record that can only be described as a militant trap anthem. Let the war commence.