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Played by: Altosync
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Review: A heavy-hitting new release from Nottingham's breakbeat champ Scott Reeder aka Hexadecimal, with the worldly vocals of ragga legend Percy Dread woven into the mix. While Hex's original is deeply spooked, reverb-laden and thumpingly half steppin', he provides a banging "breaks" mix that's supercharged yet also combines the haunting intensity of the original, while Pete Jordan, Retroid and Run Riot also cook up some seriously pumping mixes on the side.
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Played by: Leo Zero, Clairvo (Mustbeat), Fuzzbox Inc, John Hendicott / Beatsy Collins, Mr.dero, Ewan Hoozami, Johnnypluse(Bulabeats Records), Omegaman, Hidden Riddim, Juno Recommends Breakbeat, Tosses & Varvez
Review: A huge new release on Riddim Fruit and an all-Bristol affair as John Hendicott and Rackabeat & Bar-Low share this single, offering up two new breaks smashers each. Hendicott's "Babylon Shall Fall" goes for an intense, psych-funk vibe thanks to some excellent samples and maxed-out bass, while "Make 'Em Bounce" aims itself straight at the floor and uses classic drum samples and neon-coated synth stabs. Rackabeat & Bar-Low come in on an amped-up 2-step tip with the dubby "Version" but stick to a fist-pumping breaks sound with the cut 'n' paste thrill of "Get Down".
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17 Oct 11
Review: Jolly jokers of the bass music world, Hot Cakes, go in on Duck Sauce's smash hit single of September 2010 "Barbara Streisand" and transform it into a more recognisably British household name, the tongue-in-cheek ditty "Barbara Windsor". Sensproof gives it a good dose of dubstep on the remix, with frantic Doctor P style screeches and synth manipulations to test even the rowdiest and rambunctious of teenagers. KL2 & PuRe SX then provide us with a breaks remix which pairs a stern, pumping beat with the ubiquitous, catchy vocal hook of the title and some hyped up edits along the way.
04 Jun 10
Played by: Juno Recommends Breakbeat
Review: After winning Best Breakthrough DjJat the International Breakbeat awards and rocking the best floors across the country over the last few years, Scott Reeder aka Hexadecimal's finally taken the plunge and produced his first full length album. It's impressive stuff, from the opening beatless "Intro" which drops perfectly into "Dead Moose", and sets the tone with lots of high energy breakbeat power. Reeder brings plenty of variety though on Base 16, with "Serious Action" featuring the soft, soulful vocals of Percydread and rocking some moody washes of synth pads as well as dub-style bass. "I'm Not Insane" also goes the vocal route, with Kurnel MC filling the breakdowns with a fast-flowing rhyme that builds in momentum. And for the ultimate bass hit, check out the enormous and appropriately-titled "Nuclear Sub" - probably one of the highlights of a classy and pleasantly-varied debut.
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Review: Super slow-mo squelch vibes ahoy as Mr Riddim hooks up with Conticyte and Born Ina Barn for some bouncy bass-hop fun. The slick and slippery wobbler bassline does most of the chatting, leaving time for Mr Ina Barn to fire equally smart lyrics over the top. A little slower than Riddim's previous, this is a real strutter. Remix-wise New Zealand ghetto funker DJ Alias beefs up the beats and warps the bassline for a cute take on the original. Both are eminently playable: expect major booty shakery.
10 Sep 12
Review: Praised by the likes of Fatboy Slim, Craig Charles and Fake Blood (Wiseguys), it's no surprise that this rising producer evokes the spirit of the 90s. With four albums under his belt already, Hoy knows what he's doing and "Bouncework" is a great example of his production skills; taking a very Fatboy sounding track and adding a bit of modern fizz into the mix. While maybe not being strictly true these days, "Everybody Wants To Big a DJ" has 'festival favourite' written all over it. Ramshank deliver a killer, rough-as-you-like electro-house monster remix that stands out a mile as an EP highlight.