Regulars to this blog will now we’re big fans of Jason Laidback and his NightProwl imprint which since it’s inception just a few months has been host to some quality crossover Garage/Breaks/Deep House, we’re also fans of his bootlegs which have included a remake of The Stone Roses ‘Fools Gold’ and we’re diggin’ this latest bootleg of 90’s house classic ‘Where Love Lives’ dope!!!
Archive for the ‘Breaks’ Category
DJ Mag approved, Otter brings the deep Garage/Jungle inspired breaks of ‘Sub Culture’ very much akin to the sound favoured by labels like Punks Music, driving basslines and rolling beats that will heat the dancefloor to melting point!!!
To celebrate the launch of their brand new site 36 Hertz Recordings are giving away a free LP of DnB and Oldskool style ‘Flashback’ tunes from label stalwarts like SR & Digbee, ESP, Indigo Virus and more, all tried and tested by label boss DJ Vapour, grab them while they are hot!!!
Accomplished and renowned Spanish producer Adrenalinez drops a taster for their forthcoming LP on Barely Legal, 3 distinctly different flavaz of breaks from the euphoric title track, bass weightiness of ‘Shift’ and Garagey beats of ‘Food Jazz’ We like!!!
Continuing in their tradition of bringing the best in progressive bass sounds, Future Follower introduces Style OF Tigers with the melting pot of sounds that is ‘Interchanger’, remixes are extremely high grade thanks to ASMR, Lamont Dex, Strange Rollers & Ochtone
Fresh out today from the hardcore captain, the aptly titled ‘Mentalism’ a tune that bangs from beginning to the end in a melodic stomping ravey fashion, forget throwback Thursdays, lets take it back to 92 with this thumper from Cronin!!!
Smooth returns to the mighty Viper with the blistering Junglistic fever known as ‘Saturn 3′, on the flipside, the Viper level: epic!!! ‘Cardiac Arrest’ is a teeth shattering bass shaker with barz for monthz (never mind dayz!!!) from Rhymestar, is there a Doctor in the house?
Since label owner DJ Vapour released his ‘1992’ track in 2012, he has been taking his label 36 Hertz in a direction he refers to as ‘Flashback’ 130-145BPM tempo music built around the 91-93 Breakbeat Hardcore/Jungle Tekno sound. Since then there have been a string of releases on 36 Hertz in this style from the likes of Vapour, SR & Digbee & others and theres still a lot more in the pipeline including several artist albums. The Perception EP features DJ Vapour taking it way back to the 91′ Nasty Habitz/Doc Scott style ‘Beat Root Juice’, ESP’s ravey revist to Chic’s disco classic ‘Good Times’ and two darker Jungle Tekno style offerings from Suspect Chin & Indigo Virus, you can grab a copy and stream the tracks from their bandcamp linked below: