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Free Breaks Blogs Picks Of The Week 14 08 16

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Featured below is a playlist of tracks taken from 55 current releases in pretty much all fields of dance/bass music

Starting with the Breakbeat Disco funk of Discotron’s remix for Audio Jacker then moving into some bassy house beats from Black Girl/White Girl & Skapes. Next up is Sub Slayers new release by Rony Blue and produced by King Yoof, amazing voice and top class production on this infectious summery Reggae Bass tune.

Also in the playlist is Bobby Harvey’s new track for 18 099 Records remixed by RyKy, wait for the drop on this beaut!! The Detroit Project take us back to.. well Detroit of course with their new release on Sweep The Floor, ravey!!!

Sirmo’s ‘Take The Shot’ is a dark injection of bass taken from their new EP on Low Pitched Records. The very tasty Gawp Dub is next taken from Bang Tidy’s new one for Night6 Shift Sound. How about a bit of Techno courtesy of the Divide remix of Eddie Amador ‘Crazy’ out now on Freakin909

We’re a bit late posting this one but better late than never, we wouldn’t want you to miss out on sanXero’s retake of the classic ‘Rescue Me’ originally sang by Debbie Malone. Keeping on that classic tip how about this great remix of ‘Let The Music Play’ by Angelo Scalici (Free Download)

Somewhere between Speed Garage, House & Techno is Bodhi ‘Groove’ from their new EP on W&O Street Tracks. We move from House to Dark Jungle in Liquid Alliance ‘Hazme Sonar’ on Ravenoyz Recordings. We jump straight back into the uplifting party vibes after that with Tali Muss ‘Summer Vibes’ (Free Download)

Dots Per Inch Ft Bia want to ‘Fix You’ with some infectious vocal deep house. Gordon John joins Traxsource chart topping label Hedonistic with a tough funky chugger with 303 stabs ‘While It Spins’. Gray & AN;RO tell us to ‘Respect Your Girl’ with a great Nu Disco/Deep House crossover track as part of the new Sleazy Deep compilation.

Some firing snarling DnB from DJ Ransome next. ‘Creepy Crawlies’ packs in the atmosphere and intense basslines for an addictive roller. On the Jungle tip The Freestylers remix RDX ‘Pull Up Selecta’ for a tasty free download. Ground Mass unveils sister imprint Air Mass with a great EP of dark tribal experimental sounds at 160BPM from Beatnok. Future Wildstyle have a free 2 track EP of growling 130BPM Jungle Breaks you should snap up quick, it’s a free download too

We’re about halfway through now with an amazing track by Basic Forces, deep melodic DnB up for a free download. Osk Kosh remakes rave anthem ‘Rockin’ Down The House’ into a firing shot of Ragga Jungle/Breakcore as part of ‘The Brext Episode EP’ on Jigsore Digital. Moving back into House/Techno realms we have a thumper of a track by Hutchy on Articulate Sound. From thumpers to more soulful sounds thanks to Subsound & Strutter with a lovely free track.

Hard drums and bubblin’ angry bass. It can only be INKPHET’s new EP on Viral Mental full of crunching dark dark DnB beats. Need to cool down after that? Raphasosyk has the medicine for your ears Deep House style with ‘Broken Clock Melody’ on afrika motion. Matthias Leisegang follows with undoubtedly one of the best tracks of 2016. That’s right, you heard it, one of the best. ‘My Body’ comes with incredible remixes, it’s a underground anthem and out now on DRUM Records

More gorgeous House Music next via Muskox Records, Marco Colomba & Beth. ‘Slow Heart Beat’ is a scintillating track with guitar licks, deep bass and slapping beats not to mention stunning vocals. Time for some pianos now, Stuart Ojelay serves up the summer goodness with ‘Don’t Let Go’. Electrik Cat features next with ‘WTF’ from their new EP on In The Loop, a big slice of Ghetto House with heavy stabs, pounding beats and Hip Hop vox.

Next is 3 tracks currently out on the Future Follower imprint from Jubley, Skuvlow & Gribzy. As always it’s cutting edge bass music sounds the likes you will not hear anywhere else. House action again with the next track in the playlist. Roog ‘Buzzin’ taken from their new EP on Simma Black is a perfect speaker teaser. Hott Like Detroit ‘Paradise’ follows taken from their new release on Audio Rehab, A nice combo of tough drums and jazzy chords.

Vanilla Ace takes a famous sax lick and fashions it into a great club anthem called ‘Gee’. Luke Davidson drops some lushious deep and soulful house sounds with ‘Honey Come’ featuring vocals from Brooke davis out now on Myriad Black. Out now on Amplified Records is Martin Hellfritzsch’s new release of which featured is the deep dubby chugger ‘Hustle’

Kideko & George Kwali’s ‘Crank gets a vocal makeover which only adds to the instant appeal. Next up a trio of tracks from recent output on the Country Club Disco imprint. Garage House with a tropical vibe from MRJ’s new LP. The elegance of Chicago and toughness of detroit combined on a bouncey number from Cleary. And just all round trippy brilliance from Eyes Everywhere.

Kowton strips Dusky’s ‘Sort It Out Sharon’ to the bone but keeps the dark rave hazy intensity of the original. VEB takes us on a progressive romantic ride of DnB to kick back to on Viral Mental. From hazy keys at 174bpm to towering techno from Leo Lipolis on Konneqt with a commanding vocal. And from full on Techno to a slapping funky house track from Sakke taken from their new EP on motion recs.

Some Latin heat from Swindle precedes strong peaking tech house from Drift supported by the likes of Brandon Block and custom built for rocking the white isle. Bando & Jorgie revisit the true House sound with a rocking NuSkool house number with awesome spoken word vocals

Unified Audio’s Year 2 compilation is out now featuring deep musical visions of the minds of some of Bass music’s finest such as Provoke whose track features in the playlist. Punk meets Synthwave meets Electronica for the electrifying current single by Jaguar Ma. We finish with a flourish including a huge techno track from the pioneer himself Mr Kevin Saunderson then 3 tracks on the Simma Black/Red imprints by artists whose very names scream high quality beats, namely Wax Worx, Martin Ikin & Lowsteppa. Hope you enjoyed this round up. Give the blog a share on Twitter, Facebook and your socials of choice

Future Wildstyle Interview + ‘Make Them Bounce’ Premiere

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Here at the blog, we would like to say a massive thanks to Future Wildstyle and Bass=Win for giving us an exclusive interview with the lads and a premiere stream of ‘Make Them Bounce’ from their new EP ‘Hyper Vibes’ which you can buy here

Tell us a bit about yourself

We are two DJs and producers based in Sheffield .We met on the DJ circuit as we are both primerally DJs. We have both produced tracks in the past but we decided to try something new and join forces for this project. It has been a great way to work as we both bring so many different influences and styles to the table.

How would you describe your production style?

All our tracks come back to some kind of breakbeat or broken beat with a proper bass line. The last few releases have covered quite a range in tempo and that’s how we mean to carry on.

What your first experience of underground music and how did you get into the sound?

I loved the music long before I was old enough to go into the clubs so it was pirate radio and tape packs that supplied my music fix. In the early days a one hour set could include a whole range of beat patterns and influences from hip hop to reggae to soul plus loads more. The contrast today is some DJs play an hour set of about 9-10 records all sounding virtually the same. That’s a trap I never want us to fall into.

What is it about the current wave of dance music that appeals to you?

Popular or mainstream dance music has been through so many styles now from Electro to Hip Hop to House to Breakbeat to Jungle to DnB to Dubstep and Garage and now it seems to have come a full circle and gone back to House.

It feels like artists can now go in any direction musically and draw influences from anywhere along the musical journey. I know there never really was a rule book but if there ever was it really is irrelevant right now. The variety of new music coming out right now is more than ever.

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

I love people like DJ Premier, Pete Rock and all those guys but I equally love Remarc and 4hero. Those are the stand out producers for me who have a real groove to their music.

Where have you DJ’ed?

We have just started out Djing out as Future Wildstyle it has been really fun as we have both been DJs for years and joining forces means we can add more to our sets. We are currently using the Serato Sp1 to re-create some of the tracks live as part of the DJ set. For most of our tracks we now have a stripped back version that can have the vocals and key elements played from the SP1 over the top. It means DJ sets are even more fun as we can both be hands on throughout rather than taking it in turn to mix in tracks.

We recently warmed up for the first Boiler room in Sheffield. I was really glad we had spent time developing the more live part of our set as Boiler Room is such an intimate space and the camera is right in your face!

Describe to us your approach to a DJ set, do you like to gently warm up the crowd or go for the bangers or more of a journey approach?

Its all about the crowd for us. Every set has to be tailored for the people stood in front of us. I love the challenge of warming up a crowd just as much as playing a peak time set.

Of all the tunes you’ve made, which is your favourite?

Wow that’s a hard one. I think the Ultrafunkula track was exciting to test out on the dance floors as it just worked straight away in the clubs. There really is something special about seeing a thousand people dancing to a track and hearing it on a big club sound system at the height of a night and remembering back to us producing it on a rainy Wednesday afternoon.

How did you link up with Bass=Win?

Easy we just only hit up labels that we were already into and already buying music from.

As a producer, you keep an open mind and an open palette producing in various styles, who do you draw influences from?

Between us we cover years of buying and playing out music so plenty of basses are covered. I really made my DJ career back in the day as Hip Hop DJ but equally I got hooked on music by early Jungle stuff so I think those two styles find their way into the music from my side

What are the vital elements to making a tune that come into play when you’re in the studio?

Its normally a sample or concept that comes first. We start out thinking we are making one type of track and it normally takes a whole new direction and ends up somewhere completely different.

But that’s the fun of producing really.

So before we hit play on this new forthcoming release of yours on Hyper Vibes EP, can you tell us a bit about the inspiration behind it?

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We didn’t just want to make an EP of straight up club bangers (although that is always a massive temptation) there are a few samples in here I have been waiting to use for a while and they just fit in perfectly making the tracks more than just dance floor tools.

Free Breaks Blog Premiere Of ‘Make Them Bounce’

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Any final words and shout outs?

Bass=Win has been a great home for the last few releases and have been invaluable in us getting our music out to a wider audience. Not forgetting for Liam at Kitchen Artist for getting on board with the project. Also we have to big up all the DJs playing our stuff and promoters adding us to their line ups we have been overwhelmed by the response and support form the scene. Can’t wait to see what the rest of 2016 has in store for us!

Fridays’ Finest: New Tunes Round Up 03 06 16

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Bangers? You want bangers do ya mate? We got bangers for dayzzzzzz, read on!!!!!

Click the ‘buy’ buttons in the soundcloud players to purchase the tunage

Edzy- Is This it?

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Deep pulsing and powerful Tech House from Ed Zy with awesome remixes from Canada High, Reivaulx and our fave the gorgeous garage grooves of the Danny Taurus remix

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Bowsar:- Hemisphere/Dose Remix

Bowsar combines atmospheric and deep melodies with razor sharp basslines for ‘Hemisphere’, Dose sharpens the razors for a remix that cuts like a knife!!!!

Future Wildstyle- Who Run Tings EP

Who runs tings? Future wildstyle does with this amazing 2 track Bass/Breaks/Jungle hybrid on Low Pitched!!!

Marco Netto- Head Gone EP

2tone Records continues an excellent run of classy releases with some deep tribal feels via Marc Netto and this bumpin’ good 2 track EP

Various Artists- Prima Norsk 4

Prima Norsk 4 contains a fantasticly diverse selection of tracks from chilled electro disco to prime time tech house and every single track is an absolute gem!!! Must hear, must buy!!!

Raw Vision- Rustig EP

Disco tinged deep house goodness from Rustig. Those Gents & Dandys fellows just keep bringing the true house fiyah every time!!!

Le Visiteur- The System

Trippy and tribal, Le Visiteur take us on a trip to ‘the system’, spacey basy and brilliant house music!!

Jared G- Disco Biscuit

Slap on a pair of flairs and a tight fitting sparkly shirt cos’ this disco biscuit from Jared G is so damn funky yo’ moma’s gonna be jackin’ to it!!!! aaoooowwwww!!!!!

Local Group- Don’t You Know We’re Local EP

An EP of solid gold house music from Local Group, our pick from the EP is one of our faves of 2016, full on breakbeat house in the delectable form of ‘Discredit To The Edit’

Jeromy Nail- Amphibians

Gloriously deep bleepin’ tech house from Jeromy Nail with equally awesome refixes thanks to Pete Moss & Jon cates

Strong4Life-Refraction EP

Future Follower stalwart Strong4Life returns to the label for some quality deep dubstep, deep but not lacking in satisfyingly heavy bass weight

Skapes & Ke-An- The Game

Skapes & Ke An team up for a fiyah colab ‘The Game’ massive bassline bizznizz as per from these two top talents

Nickynutz-Downtown 5am/Driftin’ Spirit

The quantum Progression Audio imprint returns in good company. Underground junglist legend Nickynutz gets dark, dank and deadly with teasing intros and sparse junglistic landscapes, essential jungle purchase

Sweet n Sikka- Close my eyes

a melodic skanking rollercoaster of a DnB tune from Sweet N Sikka, addictive much? very!!!

Sound Shifter – Scattered Beats EP

Sound Shifter is a producer on fire and with no signs of stopping. His new EP on Deep In The Jungle is a lesson in breakology, big boomin’ junglistic atmos and deeper vibes stretched over 4 must have tracks

King Bracket Feat Mr Williamz ‘Rise Up’ King Yoof Truth & Rights remix)

A free dl from Sub Slayers, King Yoof gives his signature Jungle Breaks treatment to King Bracket Ft Mr Williamz ‘Rise Up’ and we love it!!!

American Dream (Jay C & Jonathan Ulysses 2016 ReRub)

Jay C & Jonathan Ulysses on a massive rerub of the much loved noughties house heater up for a free dl

Blaise Pascal – Burnin’

Piano house to totally fall in love with c/o Blaise Pascal the All About House channel, free to download

J. Kong – Dubplate

Full on old skool jungle, super dope breakbeat mayhem from J Kong and Dark Til Dawn up for a free dl

Potential Badboy- Revolution

Following up from a critically acclaimed (and rightly so) album, True legend Potential Badboy is back with a revolution, a classy DnB one with solid remixes  from TYke and his own ‘Slow Jam’ versions, ‘Lickweed Liquid DnB version and 140BPM Drumhouse remix, something for all

Silverfox & Cronin – Underworld EP

An EP of dark rolling techno infused amen breaks from Silverfox & Cronin, a taste of the underworld, it’s dark there but we like it!!!

Silverfox – The Whistle Song

Jackin house from Silverfox featuring haunting flutes and layered bass synths for an epic jackin journey

Jerome Hill- RZ Episodes Volume 1 [Super Rhythm Trax]

Hearing releases like this makes this blogger wish they had a record player. If you do and you buy vinyl and you love bumpin trippy to hard n dark techno, then this is just about one of the best releases you can grab right now, be quick though!!!

 

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