Jauz & Snails Are Very NSFW on Bass House Collab 'Motherf—–s': Listen

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You know Snails loves a good vomit sound and Jauz wants to take a bite out bass, but what happens when those two put their minds to '90s electronica house vibes? 

"Motherfuckers" may be as grimy as anything the dubbers have ever wubbed, but it's got a central groove that takes each producer's catalog to new places. Also, before you press play, be forewarned that the intro alone will cost you about $10 in the swear jar. This is not a song for the dance floor at the family reunion or the fice holiday party, but it will go down hard in a dark basement party.

"My goal is always to push boundaries with genre lines, and getting to put out a record with Fred that sounds so unlike anything he’s done before, and also even pretty different to what I normally do, is so exciting for me," Jauz says in an emailed statement. "It also helps that the song is just fucking awesome. We took our love for house music and made it feel punk rock and aggressive, but still groovy at the same time. I love this song so much, and I hope everyone else feels the same way when hey hear it."

It's a little psychedelic and a tad b-boy. If Fatboy Slim ever made a song for a Quentin Tarantino movie, this might be it.

"This new song with Jauz is basically everything you wouldn't expect from us," Snails says. "It was so much fun to try something new with Sam, and we hope it's something everyone enjoys as much as we do."

"Motherfuckers" is out now on Jauz's label Bite This! Listen to it below, but do put the headphones on if you're in public - or don't. You're a bad bitch if you feel like it.