Simon Says (Get The Fuck Up) (DUB:RA EDIT)

    Today we have a very special exclusive cut from Latvian DJ, producer and Ghetto Funk extraordinaire DUB:RA. He has provided us with a simply monster sized, mid… [more]

Simon Says (Get The Fuck Up) (DUB:RA EDIT) Simon Says (Get The Fuck Up) (DUB:RA EDIT)

PREMIERE – Marcus Jakes – Reasons / This Much

Cardiff based producer, Marcus Jakes, comes correct with another outstanding (dare we say deep) house release on the always on point Jalapeno Records. 'This Much' follows his debut… [more]

PREMIERE – Marcus Jakes – Reasons / This Much PREMIERE - Marcus Jakes - Reasons / This Much

Atomic Drop – Next Stop Noisily + Interview

 This years Noisily Festival is now only 24 days away. Still not grabbed your tickets? Do so HERE. Very pleased to bring you an exclusive interview and a banger of a free track from… [more]

Atomic Drop – Next Stop Noisily + Interview Atomic Drop - Next Stop Noisily + Interview


  '808's BASS & BREAKS   Free Breaks Blog are very proud to present '808's, Bass & Breaks' royalty free sample pack, created in conjunction with one of the… [more]


Basement Freaks – Interview, Mix + Free Track

  We catch up with the main man behind Basement Freaks, Georgios Fotiadis! With a hectic touring schedule, new DJ mix and loads of new music in the making he is one incredibly… [more]

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London Grammar – Nightcall (Lucas Calls The Amens Edit)

    Top Drawer Digital main man Lucas, provides our final exclusive of the week (More to come next week). The Massive Attack inspired sounds of London Grammar's cover… [more]

London Grammar – Nightcall (Lucas Calls The Amens Edit) London Grammar - Nightcall (Lucas Calls The Amens Edit)


Now its time to throw down with the pairing of one of the biggest labels in the mid tempo, funk & breaks scene and one of the freshest new talents out there today, Bombstrikes and… [more]


Falcon Funk – Punch (Detta Reboot)

  Next to join our 5000 like party is DJ Detta. After winning the 2012 Ghetto Funk DJ Competition, Detta has become a regular part of the Ghetto Funk crew which has seen him… [more]

Falcon Funk – Punch (Detta Reboot) Falcon Funk - Punch (Detta Reboot)

Radical Mixtape / Relative Dimension Goodies

  The funktastic, boom-banging sounds of the Radical Mixtape / Relative Dimensions family have gone from up 'n' coming labels to fully fledged dance floor supremos in just over… [more]

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Jungle DnB Round Up 21.10.14


Another round up is in order methinks!! Kicking off with a new EP by ScattyOne on Reformed Recordings, 2 excellent tracks, the rolling junglism of ‘Bad Boy’ and ‘Systems Are Go’ with it’s combo of mellow housey pads and heavy heavy Heavy BASS!!!


How about some pure Ragga Jungle from Blackout JA & Da Fucha Man ‘Wa Si We Dead’ features a dancehall version by Viniselecta and a DnB remix for the heads by Audio Submission


Another quality release from Asbo Records is now available, Sterling Sound’s ‘Without You EP’ absolutely smashes the Granny out of it with 3 seriously upfront cuts of DnB/Jungle, killa!!!!


Staying with the Ragga Jungle flavaz, Kosin & Dialect have an amazing new remix out now of Profit’s ‘True Colours’ Ft Skitz & Jah Minkle’s ‘, proper dubwise vibes!!!


We finish with Fabrizio Sotti’s stunning Jungle/DnB rework of the Bob Marley classic ‘Waiting In Vain’ featuring vocals from chart topper, Shaggy & Res remixed by Bonnot, listen up and soak up the vibes



Chumbawamba – Enough Is Enough – JID RMX


Another firing, dubwise refix out of the Jinx In Dub camp has surfaced today. He turns his hands to the anti-facist anthem from Chumbawamba, “Enough Is Enough”. Featuring the on point lyrics of UK rapper Credit To The Nation the original track was featured on their 1993 album Anarchy.

JID rolls out a quality, d&b refix of the track, rocking the dubbed out festival vibes he does so well. Don’t sleep on this one people!

Hong Kong Ping Pong – Mixtape 9

Hong Kong Ping Pong - Mixtape 9

Those marvelous HKPP boys are back with another genre mashing, bass bustin mixtape for your ears. The imaginatively titled, Mixtape 9, see’s the South West collective mix their way through 54 of the finest tracks from the last few months from funky grooves to full on bass heavy bombs.

As with the previous eight examples, no.9 is another wicked ride and definitely worthy of a permanent spot in your mixtape collection. Play loud!

01: Intro
02: J-Sound, Spinforth & The Fritz – Front Row People
03: Second Hand Audio ft Akil – Set It Off
04: Neon Steve – The Sideshow
05: Sammy Senior – Gonna Get High
06: Timothy Wisdom – Black n Tan (Nynfus Corperation Remix)
07: Minoru – 187
08: Mr Edwards – Baloney
09: Mandorli – Pico
10: Qnoe – Eena Meena Deeka
11: WBBL – Run Along
12: Skeewiff – Brutha Noah
13: The Mavrik – XXX In The Middle East
14: Snow – Informer (Yanivi Remix)
15: Minoru – Ain’t No Coolin’
16: Odjbox – Saraghina
17: Buck Rogers – Time To Rock
18: Hong Kong Ping Pong & Warp9 – Strictly Dynamite
19: Jamie Berry – Carnival
20: The Captain – Bam!
21: Basement Freaks – Insane Brains
22: S-Strong – Hot Mustard
23: Father Funk & Howla – Got Swing
24: Smash Hi-Fi – Feel It
25: Deejay Theory – Carnaval
26: Nick Thayer, HKPP, Eric B & Rakim – Dance!Americano (The Captain MashUp)
27: The McMash Clan – Swing Break ft Kate Mullins (Opiuo ft Russ Liquid Remix)
28: WBBL – Fiyah!
29: Dj Wood – Eye Opener
30: Lack Jemmon – Theory Test
31: Deekline & Ed Solo – Top Ranking (Slynk Remix)
32: Skeewiff – See Me Dance The Polka (Cat in The Hat Remix)
33: The Captain – InThe Summertime (Swing hop Mix)
34: Volatile Psycle – Gramophone
35: Hong Kong Ping Pong & Skeewiff – Sometimes Swinger
36: Tom Booze – Get Off Yo Ass
37: Daft Punk – Get Lucky (WBBL Remix)
38: Grant Lazlo – Les Yeux Noirs
39: Buscemi – It Ain’t Right No No
40: C2C – Happy ft Derek Martin
41: Jamie Berry – Old Records
42: Je Boogie – Twerk
43: The Rolling Stones – Gimme Shelter (The Phunk Junkies Remix)
44: Myniemo – This Is How We Rock (Breakers Edit)
45: Conte Crux – With A Beat
46: King Yoof – Soundboy Love ft Rony Blue & Mr Williamz
47: Danny Byrd – Paris (ft Deekline – JZ In Paris Dub)
48: Rory Lyons ft Utah Saints – I Got 5 On It
49: Wizard & Manoo – Buss It Up (Turn Up The Bass VIP Mix)
50: Zomboy ft Lady Chann – Here To Stay (Delta Heavy Remix)
51: Smiley Culture – Police Officer (Jinx In Dub & Gellas Jungle Justice Remix)
52: The Mavrick – Blowing Up Ya Woofer
53: Ray Charles – Hit The Road (D&B Remix)
54: S.C.A.M – Put Up Your Hands (Freestylers vs Chris Unknown Remix)
55: Anita O’Day – Peanut Vendor
56: Outro

Goodfellas – Soul Heaven (Mafia Kiss Edit)


The bass don is back with another on point re-edit for free download. Taking the classic sounds of The Goodfellas “Soul Heaven” Mafia Kiss creates a low slung, bass heavy, dancefloor burner that has been ripping up raves since he debuted it at this years Kazantip festival. Don’t sleep on this one!

Strange Rollers Interview

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This is your first full EP for Warehouse Wax after having featured on the Ruffneck Riddims’ series of Eps and remixng Vinyl Junkie & Sanxion’s ‘Talk Too Much’ along with featuring on ‘We’re Not Dead: the 3rd Chapter’, for over a decade and a half you have been producing in various different styles and have had releases on numerous imprints such as Top Drawer Digital, Definition Breaks and Future Followers to name just a few, So, lets talk about this EP entitled ‘Outrageous’ which over 8 tracks, takes the listener through a variety of diverse styles, does this represent where you’re at musically right now?

Yes i think it does, I enjoy creating music in various styles mainly because I listen to such a diverse cross section of music, one min I want to dig out a House banger followed by a high tempo Drum & Bass track. The only style this EP doesn’t cover I’m currently loving is the UK Garage Revival I’m loving. But you’ll find I’ve been dabbling in the UKG Scene recently.

In the last few years, people who follow your music might have pigeonholed what you do a bit as a lot of what came out from 2010 onwards was 140/Future Jungle but here we have tracks like ‘The Big Throwback’ and ‘Broken Glass’ along the more ravey ‘Dance With Me’ and dubby 140 of ‘Sweet Reggae Music’, is it fair to say you were looking push the envelope and showcase a bit of diversity with this new EP?

I’m always looking to push the envelope and learn new skills but more so to evolve my music, I think most people would recognise a Strange Rollers track as i seem to have a approach I stick to in most tracks but I love what comes from that little extra spice you add to a track that doesn’t necessarily fit that Genre. The 140 tracks will always be my passion but i love dropping down to the low BPM’s and experimenting.

You’ve had a few tracks out on Warehouse Wax prior to this EP, how did you meet up with Vinyl Junkie and what led to those first few releases on the label?

I think I first knew John through the original Hardcore Breaks scene in the mid/late 2000’s, kept badgering him with tracks. Even though they weren’t up to scratch I think he saw something in what I made and from that date really kept in contact. I think my levels have improved so its been great to get involved with the Warehouse Wax label. We also hooked up way back to start the 140 Youtube channel with Lucas Morris from Top Drawer Digital

Out of the massive back catalogue of tracks you’ve made over the years, which ones are you personal favourites?

That’s a hard one as never really thought about that but one track that stands out as a track that got me noticed was my ‘Dark Love’ track that Definition Breaks released as there first release and got featured by Jay Cunning on his now legendary Breaks show on Kiss.

Recently had the chance to remix a Victor Simonelli track officially with Chris Bad Habit and tbh i really like our resulting remix, should be out later this year on a big anniversary release on his Label

I also really like the Shabba Ranks re-rub I did ‘Pirates’

Tell us a few of your all time and current fave producers?

Frankie Bones, Rheji Burrell for my early picks in House

Rick Rubin for Hip Hop

Goldie for D&B

Stanton Warriors for Breaks

KANT (Denmark) for current house

And which tunes are on rotation right now on the Strange Rollers playlist?

Ten Walls – Walking With Elephants KANT Remake

Sanxion – Interzone (Downbeat)

S.P.Y. – Frozen (Hospital)

Lunate – Pawn Shop Romance (100% Silk)

The Magician – Sunlight

Lights – Muscle Memory

DJ Shadow – Six Days (Machinedrum Remix)

These are the ones that come to mind that are really doing it for me on all levels and styles ;)

It always amazes me how much of a prolific producer you are, how do you draw inspiration for all these beats?

I put it down to the love of music and the constant crazing to make something better

If you could work on a track with anyone from now or way back when, who would it be?

KRS1 – Who wouldn’t want to work on a track with him

And if you could remix any tune of your choice, which one would you choose and why?

Ooo this is a tuff one, im sure after this interview I’ll think of something else but off the top of my head I’d say Orbital – Belfast

Are there any unfulfilled goals or aspirations of yours musically?

100’s i just don’t know what they are!

Could you offer a bit of advice for a up and coming producer?

Practice Practice Practice and just jam, make what you like

And finally, any shout outs & big ups?

Big shouts to Eddie Voyager, John Vinyl Junkie, Lucas, Tony & Skin (Radiokillaz), Chris Bad Habit, Naza, Digital Pilgrimz, Jay Cunning & Terry Hooligan (On-The Rise) Digitally Mashed, Rich & Deller & Jimmy Dineen, Alex (100Me)The Nasty Squad, Beats without Boarders (Tariq), Lika Marques, Anne Allison, Sanxion, , DJ Demo, Nefti, George CRS, Gaz P , Kenny Ivey, Pete Walton, Bassbird, Brewster Bee, Manion, Bennie D, Flashback, Retropolis, Jon Doe, Dani & Gerard Burton, Paul BassRock, The Imperial Brothers, Bassbird, Mellow Theory, Ann D, Grant Waller, Nick Debanke and Glowkid for all their musical support & inspiration

You can stream a minimix of the ‘Outrageous EP’ forthcoming on Warehouse Wax here:

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PAUL CRONIN- FUTURE EP [San Francisco Nights Records]



The nuskool rave master is back with a brand new EP of full on hardcore rave in a variety of tempos. ‘Piano Tune’ is a rousing piano rave number with shades of old skool Prodigy to it, the title track transports the listener back to 1992 with big old skool pads and a monumental drop, ‘Bring It Back’ continues on the oldskool tip with a pounding assortment of pads/melodies and crunching drums. ‘I Rip Ya Torso’ ups the tempo for a Slammin Vinyl style ‘ardcore banger, ‘Yo Drum Again’ goes for the Prodigy style vibes for a quirky drum laden opus, love yer ‘ardcore? get this EP!!!





Its like 98′ all over again but with a fresh twist, the next release on Ultra Bass is distinctive Garage/House with a high level of production and attention to detail, ‘Amazin’ in its original concept is a soulful and uplifting 2 Step/Deep House hybrid and the Rare Candy remix is a impressively smooth speed garage rework, Tommy MC offers up a bumpin’ remix for the clubs and then there is ‘The Ride’, a deep organ fueled 4×4 cut that seams together the best of the old and nu skool plus a great remix by Rare Candy taking things into even deeper territory with a dubby style house rework, excellence from Ultra Bass who are setting a real precedent for the garage revival, this label is going to go from strength to strength without a doubt and these artists deserve recognition for some solid tunes!!!

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Andrew Diggs – The Ghost Remixes [Bass=Win]



Some fresh Bass from Bass=Win, Andrew Diggs brings his experience from producing in multi genres such as DnB & Dubstep to this funky ravey hybrid bass workout ‘The Ghost’ a tune you will not be able to get out of your head due to it’s sheer jackin’ goodness, not only that but you get a awesome Footwork/Juke refix by The BSN Posse, a towering bass refix by Rico Tubbs and Trap flavaz from J Flame, daaaammmmmnnn sooooooooon!!!!!

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