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01 Aug 11
Played by: Trotter
01 Jun 03
1.2GB pack including 782 24-Bit breaks samples, with 232 loops between 75-180bpm, 550 one-shot samples & 50 ready-to-play sampler patches
10 Jun 13
Review: One of the many highlights from Krafty's album Let's Ride, "Children Of The Night" is a riffy electro breakbeat workout that glitters with Stellar MC's liquid flow party raps. Meanwhile in remix-land Hashtag get gritty with a steppy, stompy dubstep hybrid that shows their drum & bass roots with unashamed abandon and drops into a very seductive, rushy synth breakdown. Also available in instrumental forms.
16 Oct 06
Played by: Badboe
04 Jun 12
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19 Dec 11
Review: A titan of the global breaks scene, Krafty Kuts returns with the huge electro bounce of new single "Pounding". While Krafty's original rocks a 130bpm+ Miami bass-styled rhythm underneath Dynamite MC's excellent flow, Dirtyphonics go for a menacing dubstep rerub while Deekline and Product01 team up to give "Pounding" an excellent tropical-house remake that's full of canny bass moves and carnival-esque rhythms.
02 May 11
Played by: Juno Recommends Electro House
Review: Krafty Kuts returns with the hot-house electro of "Let's Ride", joined by Atlanta rapper Shorty-O who adds a slinky, drrty feel to the French filtered choruses and wobbly verses. British producer Ado weighs in with a monster of a mix that simply skyrockets upward to a huge crescendo, while breaks titan PYRAMID drops some huge glitchy bass licks on his half-steppin' version, along with a more upfront "Future Jungle" mix that maintains a house tempo but with a rollicking, Amen-style break bolstering it nicely.
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19 Sep 11
Played by: Cez14, Fort Knox Five, DJ Stex, D.end, Juno Recommends Breakbeat, Tosses & Varvez, Juno Best Sellers 2012, Radical Mixtape, Chris Awesome, Hayz
Review: Teaming up for the first time, two of breakbeats leading lights - Krafty Kuts and Featurecast - unite to mash-up the Jungle Brothers among other hip-hop classics on "Head Banger". Surely made as a perfect set-closing last tune, the pair keep some anthemic brass loops tucked away with some low-end filters until they're unleashed for a perfect hands-in-the-air, hug-everyone-immediately moment of euphoria. Backed up in style by the Funky Four Plus One-sampling "We Blow Up The Spot" and the Ice Cube-goes-dubstep thrills of "Shake 'Em Up".
17 Dec 12
Played by: Bmd, Hong Kong Ping Pong, Mooqee, Actual Sounds, Juno Recommends Breakbeat, Telephunken, Tosses & Varvez, Krafty Kuts
Review: Not content with being a titan of the breaks scene, it now appears that Krafty Kuts is intent on instigating a new international dance phenomenon, if the lyrics to "Monkey Dance" are to be believed. The original takes a humble Jamaican lilt and mercilessly pounds it into next week with some mighty noisy-electro action and some serious bass wobble. In addition to the aforementioned damage done, Kuts returns to add some Moombahton beats to leftovers of the original. Also Bobby C delivers a perky electro-disco remix, while Ed Solo provides a D&B version.
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