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Juno Recommends Breakbeat

Juno Recommends Breakbeat

Breakbeat Recommendations April 2012
3 Apr 2012
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Cat: JAL 130. Rel: 19 Mar 12
Breakbeat
  1. Around The Block (feat MC Alaska)
  2. What's Good (feat C Reid)
  3. Going Going Gone (feat C Reid)
  4. Get Lovely (feat Greg Blackman)
out of stock $8.31
2
Cat: GFP 09. Rel: 26 Mar 12
Breakbeat
  1. Check Menina
  2. Talkin' Bout My Baby
  3. Fresh Witness
  4. Danger Machine
Review: Nu-funk masters Ghetto Funk Records come through with this formidable 12", featuring four tracks by our boy WBBL. "Check Menina" bleeps and wobbles its way with the help of some feisty snares and party-time vocals; and "Talkin' About My Baby" is just pure old-skool hip-hop goodness. The B side opens with "Fresh Witness" a sampled hodgepodge of videogame melodies, neo-dubstep basslines and fresh beats for ya! "Danger Machine" contains a pure pop sensibility and wouldn't sound out of place on a Rihanna record - enticing, addictive and fun.
out of stock $6.23
3
Cat: BIGMP 18. Rel: 12 Mar 12
Breakbeat
  1. DJP - "Say Word"
  2. The Breakbeat Junkie vs DJP - "Party Right Now"
  3. The Breakbeat Junkie vs DJP - "Blackbeard's Delight"
  4. The Breakbeat Junkie - "Get Down"
Review: Big M Productions have been busy boys in the last few years and this release sees a collaboration between mystery man Breakbeat Junkie and the UK's DJP. The latter kicks things off with "Say Word", a winding breaked-out hip-hop bomb. The duo get together on "Party Right Now", a seriously funky slice of rapping production, followed by "Blackbeard's Delight" on the flipside - a certified mood lifter with its swanky jazz flute riding on top of it. As a final treat, it's a solo mission from the Breakbeat Junkie, sampling Busta Rhymes and transferring his wobbling freestyle flow to a 90s house beat.
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out of stock $6.23
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Cat: SUBFUNK 1. Rel: 02 Apr 12
Breakbeat
  1. Clean Air (vocal mix)
  2. Clean Air (instrumental)
  3. Clean Air (dub mix)
Review: Stickybudz and Mr.Savona inaugurate the Subfunk label, an imprint dedicated to all things breaks. Here we have three tracks featuring the lyrics of senor Burro Banton on the vox version - a mid-tempo breakbeat monster with wild Jah lyrics and wobbling electro basslines. The track is also great without the help of Banton and the dub turns the electro into straight up funk ferocity!
out of stock $5.98
5
Cat: DC 05. Rel: 02 Apr 12
Breakbeat
  1. Power Boots
  2. Spinning Wheels
  3. Wonderfull World
  4. Boosch That Shit
Review: Disco and cake... If there's a finer combination, we'll eat our servers. Not just a great name, though - this label knows sample science at a PhD level. Merrier than a man with a 24 pack of premium beer and swag bag of fireworks, this will rock socks off your dancefloor. "Power Boots" fractures Snap's original with nu-funk brutality, "Spinning Wheels" whisks us away on a retro waltz while "Wonderful World" takes Jimmy Cliff to territories he didn't even know existed. Climaxing the package with a rather clever Mighty Boosh sample, this is one sweet cake. Fancy a slice?
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out of stock $6.23
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Cat: BBP 045. Rel: 26 Mar 12
Breakbeat
  1. Rock The Rhythm
  2. Drop It On The Plastic (feat Afrodite)
  3. King Of the Beats
  4. You Know It
Review: Danish label Breakbeat Paradise had a more than exquisite 2012 and this recent slice of breaked up madness from Tom Drummond is pretty damn ear-shattering. The title track takes old rap vocals and samples them alongside fuzzy, 80s inspired electro basslines. "Drop It On The Plastic" provides serious hip-hop weight with tasty, crispy drums, but the flipside "King Of The Beats" is the wildest most funked-out piece of breakery we've heard in ages! "You Know It" adds a little bit of Italo warmth to the equation and rounds off the EP in style.
out of stock $5.46
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Cat: ZENCD 179. Rel: 02 Apr 12
Breakbeat
  1. Blue Schwinn
  2. D Song (feat Anomie Belle)
  3. R Mullen
  4. Film Burn (feat Anomie Belle)
  5. Never Mess With Sunday
  6. Happy To See You
  7. Soon Enough (feat Anomie Belle)
  8. Paper Knife
  9. Golden Braid
  10. Three Portraits (feat Anomie Belle)
  11. Some Have Said
Review: Yppah producer Joe Corrales Jr doesn't seem to deal in singles. Like prog rock artists of the past, he seems fixated with the album format, presumably believing that it offers him greater flexibility to express his creativity. To be honest, he's probably right. While there's little on Eighty One - his third full-length since 2006 - that sounds like an obvious, radio or club-friendly single, there's plenty of dreamy, ethereal fodder that beautifully ebbs and flows over the course of a comforting hour or so. Crucially, his sound - a rich, melodic combination of loose, Keiran Hebden-ish drumming, reverb-laden guitars, melancholic motifs and haunting vocals - is perfectly suited to the demands of the long playing format.
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out of stock $12.48
8
Cat: LBT 101. Rel: 12 Mar 12
Breakbeat
  1. Rory Hoy (Big Beat remix)
  2. Numb 'N' Dub (Let's Get Drunk? NMDB Drumstepper's High remix)
  3. Genkai Loverz (One Week Off remix)
  4. Shisotex (remix)
  5. 204 (Donky Flavor remix)
out of stock $6.23
9
Cat: CDVR 2778. Rel: 05 Mar 12
Breakbeat
  1. Life, Love & Unity
  2. Little Britain
  3. A Canterbury Tale
  4. Captain Dread
  5. Cave Of Angels
  6. Zion Youth
  7. One Way
  8. Shining Path
  9. Out Of Heaven
  10. Maximum (John Peel Session 21 August 1994)
  11. Little Britain (Glastonbury Festival NME Stage 24 June 1995)
  12. The Good The Bad & The Dread (Glastonbury Festival NME Stage 24 June 1995)
  13. Life, Love & Unity (Glastonbury Festival NME Stage 24 June 1995)
  14. Zion Youth (Glastonbury Festival NME Stage 24 June 1995)
  15. House Of Dread (Glastonbury Festival NME Stage 24 June 1995)
  16. Dream On (Glastonbury Festival NME Stage 24 June 1995)
  17. Fight The Power (Glastonbury Festival NME Stage 24 June 1995)
out of stock $14.56
10
VARIOUS
Cat: MOSCD 288. Rel: 26 Mar 12
Breakbeat
  1. Fatboy Slim - "The Rockafeller Skank"
  2. Cornershop - "Brimful Of Asha" (The Norman Cook remix)
  3. The Prodigy - "Smack My Bitch Up"
  4. Groove Armada - "Superstylin'"
  5. Les Rythmes Digitales - "Jacques Your Body (Make Me Sweet)"
  6. Armand Van Helden present Old Skool Junkies Part 2 - "The Funk Phenomena"
  7. Primal Scream - "Kowalski"
  8. Death In Vegas - "Dirt"
  9. The 45 King - "The 900 Number"
  10. King Bee - "Back By Dope Demand"
  11. Mekon - "What's Going On?" (feat Roxanne Shante)
  12. Mr Natural - "That Green Jesus"
  13. The Charlatans - "Nine Acre Dust" (Chemical Brothers remix)
  14. Leftfield - "Afrika Shox" (feat Afrika Bambaataa)
  15. Scanty Sandwich - "Because Of You"
  16. Apollo 440 - "Ain't Talkin' 'Bout Dub"
  17. E-Z Rollers - "Walk This Land" (Lock Stock full length mix)
  18. Jungle Brothers - "Jungle Brother" (Urban Takeover remix)
  19. Bomfunk MC's - "Freestyler"
  20. Origin Unknown - "Valley Of The Shadows"
  21. Wild Child - "Renegade Master" (Fatboy Slim Old Skool edit)
  22. Run-DMC vs Jason Nevins - "It's Like That"
  23. Mr Oizo - "Flat Beat"
  24. House Of Pain - "Jump Around"
  25. Ini Kamoze - "Here Comes The Hotstepper"
  26. FreeStylers - "B Boy Stance" (feat Tenor Fly)
  27. Cut & Paste - "Forget It" (Logical Toolbox mix)
  28. Underworld - "King Of Snake"
  29. Basement Jaxx - "Fly Life"
  30. Mint Royale - "Sexiest Man In Jamaaica"
  31. Tzant - "Sounds Of Wickedness" (feat ODC MC)
  32. Wink - "Higher State Of Consciousness" (Tweekin Acid Funk mix)
  33. Cut La Roc - "Freeze"
  34. Mighty Dub Katz - "Magic Carpet Ride" (Fatboy Slim LatinSkaAcidBreakbeat remix)
  35. Felix Da Housecat - "Silver Screen Shower Scene"
  36. Sol Brothers - "That Elvis Track"
  37. The Wiseguys - "Start The Commotion"
  38. FC Kahuna - "What Is Kahuna?" (Fatboy Slim Smell The Kahuna mix)
  39. Midfield General - "Devil In Sports Casual"
  40. Mr Scruff - "Spandex Man"
out of stock $16.64
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Cat: ZEN 179. Rel: 02 Apr 12
Breakbeat
  1. Blue Schwinn
  2. D Song (feat Anomie Belle)
  3. R Mullen
  4. Film Burn (feat Anomie Belle)
  5. Never Mess With Sunday
  6. Happy To See You
  7. Soon Enough (feat Anomie Belle)
  8. Paper Knife
  9. Golden Braid
  10. Three Portraits (feat Anomie Belle)
  11. Some Have Said
  12. Eastwood Park
  13. Phoenix By Midnight
  14. Her Star Won't Shine
out of stock $17.17
12
Cat: MOVLP 099. Rel: 02 Apr 12
Breakbeat
  1. Right Here Right Now
  2. The Rockafeller Skank
  3. Fucking In Heaven
  4. Gangster Tripping
  5. Build It Up/Tear It Down
  6. Kalifornia
  7. Soul Surfing
  8. You're Not From Brighton
  9. Praise You
  10. Love Island
  11. Acid 8000
out of stock $20.80
13
Cat: DC 04. Rel: 05 Mar 12
Breakbeat
  1. Fizzy Bubla
  2. Cantaloopoo (feat Mr Dero)
  3. Rock Your Goldfish (feat Mr Dero)
Review: A DMC champ and a very tidy producer to boot, JFB made his debut on the Disco Cakes label with three bass 'n' breaks bangers, led by the raw funk drums and hyper wobbles of "Fizzy Bubla" and backed up nicely by the Herbie Hancock-assisted "Cantaloopoo" and the deadly hip-hop flow of "Rock Your Goldfish".
out of stock $5.98
14
XL
Cat: XLLP 114. Rel: 04 Apr 94
Breakbeat
  1. Intro
  2. Break & Enter
  3. Their Law (feat Pop Will Eat Itself)
  4. Full Throttle
  5. Voodoo People (2:00)
  6. Speedway (Theme From Fastlane)
  7. The Heat (The Energy)
  8. Poison (feat Maxim) (2:00)
  9. No Good (Start The Dance)
  10. One Love (edit) (2:00)
  11. 3 Kilos
  12. Skylined
  13. Claustrophobic Sting
 in stock $20.03
15
Cat: BTR 001. Rel: 26 Mar 12
Breakbeat
  1. ChinkamoEssence2012
  2. INBI
  3. Mike Beats
  4. 1791
  5. Lotus
  6. Jungle Short Course
  7. Flower
  8. Sea Side
  9. Paradise Bun Bun
  10. Piki Piki
  11. Disco Disco Disco! 80's
  12. 1976
  13. Bonus Beats
  14. Track 14
out of stock $14.56
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