Unreal Old-School track here. Shouts to my boy Chase hitting me up from Geneva with this beauty from back in the day. For all the talk about swag these days, nothing touches the pure style and attitude of back in the day - forget about this stupid, superficial #swag about how much money you got and how stupidly you can spend it.
As a name, Bomb the Bass came from Simenon's approach to collaging and mixing sounds whilst DJing in the mid to late 1980s; he says "samples were either scratched in live or sampled and looped on top of the rhythm section. So the concept was one of bombing the bass line with different ideas, with a collage of sounds. Bombing was a graffiti term for writing, like people would 'bomb' trains or whatever.
Zdar and Boom Bass started working together in 1988, producing albums for the French hip-hop artist MC Solaar. In 1991 they created their first project, called La Funk Mob, and the following year, they started experimenting with a more electronic sound, which led to Zdar joining Etienne de Crécy in the project Motorbass.