Batsauce

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Batsauce
Birth nameBritt Traynham
OriginJacksonville, Florida, U.S.
GenresUnderground hip hop
Instrumental hip hop
Occupation(s)Producer
Years active2004–present
LabelsGalapagos4
Associated actsThe Smile Rays, Qwazaar, Lady Daisey, Hellsent, WaX, Dillon
Websitewww.batsauce.com

Britt Traynham, better known by his stage name Batsauce, is an underground hip hop producer from Jacksonville, Florida who is based predominantly in Berlin. He is signed to Galapagos4 and has released several records with Typical Cats member Qwazaar.[1][2][3][4][5][6][7][8][9]

Discography[edit]

Solo[edit]

Albums

  • Starcrossed (Galapagos4, 2012)

Mixtapes, beat tapes, etc.

  • Pour It in Your Ear (2004)
  • 1971 Instrumentals (2006)
  • The Gypsy Diaries (2008)
  • Spy vs Spy (2009)
  • Summertime (2010)
  • Bat Meets Blaine Instrumentals (2012)
  • What Is a Batsauce? (2012)
  • The Rudy Stevenson Remixes (2014)

Collaborations[edit]

Albums

  • Party... Place. (Subcontact, 2007) (with The Smile Rays)
  • Smilin' on You (Rawkus 50, 2007) (with The Smile Rays)
  • In My Pocket (Barely Breaking Even, 2010) (with Lady Daisey)
  • Bat Meets Blaine (Galapagos4, 2011) (with Qwazaar)
  • In My Headphones (Barely Breaking Even, 2014) (with Lady Daisey)
  • Bat Outta Hell (Galapagos4, 2014) (with Hellsent)
  • TBA (Galapagos4, 2014) (with Qwazaar)

EPs

  • Party... Place. EP (Subcontact, 2007) (with The Smile Rays)
  • Cupid's Revenge (2010) (with Dillon)
  • In My Pocket EP (Barely Breaking Even, 2010) (with Lady Daisey)
  • Style Be the King (Galapagos4, 2011) (with Qwazaar)
  • The New Blues Brothers EP (2013) (with Dillon & H2o)
  • Stress Chasers (Galapagos4, 2014) (with Qwazaar)
  • The Soledad Brothers (Galapagos4, 2014) (with WaX)

Production credits[edit]

  • Dillon - "Without You (Aww Shit!)" & "D.I.Y." from Un-Cut (2007)
  • Surreal - "The Surface" from Pardon My Dust (Subcontact, 2008)
  • Surreal - "The Surface" from Pardon My Dust EP (Subcontact, 2009)
  • Mr. Lif - "Welcome to the World", "What About Us?", "Breathe" & "Folklore" from I Heard It Today (Bloodbot Tactical Enterprises, 2009)
  • Jedi Mind Tricks - "Folklore" from Greatest Features (Babygrande, 2009)
  • Dillon - "Gimme That" from Dillon Ain't Playin' (2011)
  • Loopez & Renegades of Jazz - "Jungle Haze (Batsauce Remix)" from Jungle Haze EP (Hiperbole, 2011)
  • Sinks - "Curmudgeons" from Backlash (Down for the Count, 2013)
  • Hellsent - "Strange Fiction" & "Free Shots" from Free Shots (2014)

References[edit]

  1. ^ Rap Reviews - Starcrossed review
  2. ^ "SYFFAL - Bat Meets Blaine review". Archived from the original on 2012-10-27. Retrieved 2014-06-22.
  3. ^ Impose Magazine - Bat Meets Blaine review
  4. ^ Ugsmag - Interview
  5. ^ Pitchfork Media - I Heard It Today review
  6. ^ The Quietus - I Heard It Today review
  7. ^ URB Magazine - notice
  8. ^ Platform8470 - Bat Meets Blaine review
  9. ^ The Agit Reader - Bat Meets Blaine review

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