when you combine the force of breaks/electro fusionist peo de pitte with the pedigree of the drumattic twins it is no surprise that the result is dancefloor devastation. peos remix unleashes his talents, mashing the fuck out of the disco tinged original. chopping and filtering beats and peaking with a signature synth line that smashes through to the heart of the electro ravers. packaged with the brilliant deep throat, a disco esque departure from the more typical dt sound, it keeps the funk firmly on the peddle. heartbreaker completes the vinyl package with its n joi inspired keys that drift alongside a fat percussive breakbeat building into a massive synth breakdown!
taken from the drumattics forthcoming album hammer & tongs comes back to the old school. a piano driven, hands in the air tribute to where it all began. with bambaata influenced strings to take us from the old school to outer space. the aa is drum thunder, with compelling orchestral stabs that drive right to the heart of this belting underground workout. a signature bassline squelches around the lead vocal, before an almighty breakdown twists the glitch to the max and propells us straight through the nearest dancefloor.
hand clappin, foot tappin, knee slappin - mr. a skillz presents the latest hot nugget from finger lickin. happiness is a collaboration with south coast superstar dj, krafty kuts. sunshine sounds that swing a punch at the credit crunch whilst the world slips into recession, money wont bring happiness. could this be the anthem to save us from national meltdown? funky brass stabs, jazzy keys and hand clappin beats make this an instant hit, already proven so at a skillzs sell out shows and championed by radio 1s annie mac. on the flip he has hooked up with beatbox legend beardyman who recently performed in front of al gore alongside wyclef jean and will.i.am at a computer convention in the states. a long night locked in the studio with a case of shandys and the dynamic duo came up with this fun tastic jb inspired groove. all vocal dexterity comes courtesy of one mans mouth and anothers nifty talents on his laptop.
shifting gears is a stand out track from headthrash. riddled with dj trickery the stanton warriors remix is already creating fever pitch amongst the djs lucky enough to have a copy. a fusion of funk riffs, urgent disco stabs and hip hop vocals driven by one of the warriors trademark basslines. heavy and epic, positive and optimistic. on the flipside rocket soul has the classic signature plump sound from start to finish. reminiscent of their hugely successful system addict and looking like it will rival in popularity. we have upfront copies in store now.
brothers bud boldly return with a double dose of peak time finger lickin dopeness in the form of the sting/remedy. dom bud is the in house engineer for micky slims productions, so its no surprise that the electro flavours have rubbed off. the stings synth bassline buzzes and stabs amongst distinctly rolling rhythms, neither sitting in the breakbeat camp nor electro, just where we like it! on the flip remedy is pure finger lickin. clicking, disco stabs and cowbells, laced with fat drums and dreamy house vocals make this an essential addition to the ever expanding brothers bud armoury