taken from the forthcoming renegades of jazz – hip to the jive remixed album comes these two choice cuts back to back on a limited 7” vinyl. first up is blow your horn remix which has been given a full on latin breaks boogaloo twist from scottish label mate dj andy taylor. herma puma deliver an incredible remix of seaside suicide featuring redkin tha ancient’s super slick rap while scottish jock krash slaughta steps in to lay down some deadly cuts!
wass records are very proud to present renegades of jazz with their debut-album hip to the jive. this album is brimming with dance floor shakers, raw break beat and a touch of big band jazz. david hanke is the german brainchild of renegades of jazz and has been making big waves since his first 12inch single karabine was released on wass records in 2010 creating a big impact amongst avid vinyl collectors and music fans alike. hip to the jive album is a journey through heavy big band jazz swing, an onslaught of massive break beats, exotic samples, wild and wonderful bass tones, b-boy breaks and beautiful downbeat rhythms. twelve raw tracks packed tight with energy and heavy production skills. played by the likes of craig charles (bb6 music) and pete isaac (jelly jazz) the renegades of jazz sound has found a lot love and support worldwide. through the huge success, renegades of jazz is already taking shape to become a nine-piece live band set to take to the stage in 2012. hip to the jive is released on limited vinyl (500 copies only) and digital download on wass records.
after the greatly received karabine ep, renegades of jazz return with another storming limited 12 inch vinyl on wass records which is dedicated to a love of modern dance floor music and rich in a northern jazz sound.
the new testament of funk is back to preach the new funk! it’s been a while but now is the time to get the groove again. after the success of the last ntof-samplers many believers were waiting for new stuff. there you go! henry storch and chrispop took their time to compile a sampler for all you funkers, groovers and hip cats. ntof vol. 6 delivers previously unreleased tracks such as „in control“ by sons of time or „where do we go from here“ by the mighty mocambos feat. lee fields and exclusive remixes of andy cooper’s „chasing the funk“ and „get up & get it“ by reiner witzel & datfunk. so just like the former ntof the new testament of funk vol. 6 contains the hottest tunes you can get. amen!
one song, four pretty different treatments - thats what remixes are for. radio citizen, souleance, serwo schamutzki & kosta aldente and renegades of jazz all make their very own version of the original walzer.
kerbside collections debut jazz funk and rare groove lp *mind the curb* (released may 2013 on légère recordings) gets the remix, rework and re-use treatment with a variety of re-interpretations from fellow aussie and international friends with everything from dubby-pacific-nu disco, analogue breaks and beats to balearic japanese nu jazz.
limitierte ep mit vier tracks des labels von diesler und alan gubby (jung collective), zwei uk-produzenten mit renommee im bereich funk, edits, remixes und electro-grooves, die bereits für labels wie tru thoughts, soul jazz, freestyle und andere produziert haben.
the earlier works of the hungarian dj/producer duo called savages y suefo came out on urbanworld records. now, they continue their mission at agogo records with a nice 6 tracker vinyl 12 inch. side a contains three own tracks with guest vocalists like judie jay and mc guacho. on the flip side you can find a self remix and two remixes from rube and renegades of jazz. the 12 inch is a melting pot of swing-hop, electro-swing, downtempo, dub and latin music.
steve cantrill aka moss is a producer from cornwall, england who creates sunshine sounds in his garden shed studio under the name daytoner. daytoner fuses live instrumentation with samples in his own unique manner chopping latin, soul, and breaks into the mix.
sounds from the soul underground – seventeen slices of contemporary retro soul which taps into everything from boogaloo, to rnb (the mod sort not the pariah carey sort), afro-beat, funk and b-boy breaks