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26 Sep 11
Review: To bolster uber-successful producer Meat Katie's return to the breaks world, this new remix collection showcases the imaginations of four upcoming breaks titans. Italian pairing Blatta and Inesha create a full-throttle 808 assault on the track while Spain's Chevy One strips things back to a monster bass beat that still carries MK's trademark glitchy cuts and sample shots. Anderson Noise round off the set with a straight up techno rerub that doesn't lose momentum over its seven minute stint.
21 Oct 09
Presets for NI?s Massive created by Meat Katie that includes bass, lead & fx patches with 60 ready to edit midi files
64 custom made bass, synth, leads & fx patches from Meat Katie that also comes with 50 ready to edit MIDI files
856Mb of techno related samples and sounds from Meat Katie including, bass loops, drum loops, fx loops, hats only top loops, percussion loops, synth riffs, stab loops, original vocal loops, & single drum sounds
02 Sep 11
Played by: Aka Tell (A.g.trio)
05 Aug 12
Review: Some names are just an instant stamp of approval. You could buy their tracks without even hearing them. Meat Katie has one of those names; a meticulous producer with a distinctive sound, an uncompromising funk and an unrelenting focus on the dancefloor (you'll never hear him 'go deep' and sing a ballad, for example) he's the DJ's producer. And so, it would seem, is his current collabo-pal Chevy One. Bouncy, ball's out tech funk; no club is safe within a five mile radius of anyone who owns this tune.
10 Nov 11
Played by: Kommander Keen
Review: "Up", the raucous collaboration betwixt Lee Coombs and Meat Katie, gets the remix treatment here from Black & Blunt, Rektchordz and Gella; and it's the stripped back techno bump of Rektchordz's version that takes the cake for us. Another Coombs-Katie hook-up, namely "Thinking Of You", also gets the remix treatment. Both the Henry P and Melodic tweaks are well worth a listen, but the grumbling sub bass of the Henry P version is crying out to be heard through an implausibly large speaker stack in a very small, dark room.
16 Sep 11
Played by: Juno Recommends Electro House
Review: The third in U&A's series of EPs to celebrate five years of existence sees four more exclusive originals and remixes hit the shelf. The Loops of Fury keep going from strength to strength, and new tune "Don't Stop" is hardcore electro madness at its best. London's Zodiac Cartel drops the jazz-jack of "Madtown" here for the first time too, while Rektchordz takes Elite Force and Meat Katie's huge single "Believe" into an even bigger dimension whilst retaining the original's commanding preacher vocals in tact.