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-In a little over 6 months Vacation Records has fast become one of the world's favourite new underground dance labels. They have already been laden with praise from Micky Slim, Crystal Method, John Aquaviva, Plump DJs, Lisa Lashes, Rene Amesz, Way Out West, Ian Pooley, Sarah Main, The Aston Shuffle, Soul Of Man, Bassbin Twins, Kid Kenobi, and many more. Their tracks have topped charts all over the world. The Hook n Sling remix of Bass Kleph's Coup d'etat even held the #1 position on DJdownload.com for over 5 weeks running. +Bass Kleph’s Vacation Records empire has been growing rapidly over its two years on the scene, amassing a catalogue of cutting edge dance tracks that regularly get attention from some of Australia and the world’s most respected dance music identities. Featuring more often than not in the Beatport top downloads chart and on Australia’s own ARIA Club Chart, the Vacation posse are proving to the world that there really is something in the water down here. - inthemix.com.au, June 2009
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-"Your tracks are fuckin awesome. Every release has been solid, keep em comin" - Micky Slim+
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-"This is electro house as it should be done!" - Way Out West+
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-"It’s so refreshing to hear tracks with a sense of quality control among the ever-existing sea of so so productions. +
-thank you and more please!” - Bassbin Twins+

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Bass Kleph’s Vacation Records empire has been growing rapidly over its two years on the scene, amassing a catalogue of cutting edge dance tracks that regularly get attention from some of Australia and the world’s most respected dance music identities. Featuring more often than not in the Beatport top downloads chart and on Australia’s own ARIA Club Chart, the Vacation posse are proving to the world that there really is something in the water down here. - inthemix.com.au, June 2009