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29 Jul 12
Review: Far Too Loud bring the ruckus once again with this exuberant rip-roaring electro house EP on Funkatech. Big, bold and boisterous, the Firestorm EP kicks off with title track "Firestorm" - a vocal sample is paired with sweeping synths, enticing melody and falls into a dramatic drop, full of Skrillex style electro-house wobbes and squeaks and pounding beats. "Lightbringer" continues the mayhem with even more drawn out mid-range squeals and then "600 Years" brings things to a close with smashing snares, razor sharp beats and grinding bass. This is super fun - get involved!
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08 Feb 10
Played by: Annie Nightingale
Review: "Fortune" was first released by Napt on Funkatech Records last year. Now the super talented producer releases a seven minute dub version of the track ahead of the release of the third part of his N-Funk compilations. Perfect for the dancefloor, it thrashes you straight into the club!
21 Sep 09
07 May 12
Played by: Jay Cunning (Sub Slayers)
Review: Stadium breakbeat alert! Pyramid continue their high impact antics on Funkatech with this epic vocal roller that has such startling rave-ballad energy it'll have the crowd reaching for their lighters in no more than 13seconds. Seriously, you could play this in your living room and your neighbour will be out in the garden with his hands aloft, lighter waving away. Not just perfect for the party, then; this is also ideal if you need to light a candle and have run out of matches. The stabby, gritty "Super Chief" is a whole other story; at parts so filthy it would make a sailor at a swear competition blush, at others so dreamy and twinkly it'll have you quitting your job to write lullabies for a living, handle this one with the utmost care.
14 Feb 11
Review: Known for their Radio 1-supported re-rub of "Cold As Ice" or remixes of Deekline and Dylan Rhymes, Specimen A are back with a vengeance on this Dr. Dre-sampling beast of a tune that starts off as a charging breaks tune before dramatically upping the bpms and dropping into a nasty, hands-in-the-air dubstep bass 'n' beats combo. It won't fail to be a priceless slayer on the floor, and b-side "Where You Get That" isn't too shabby either, this time sticking solely to a chunky breaks formula.
04 Mar 13
Played by: Johnnypluse(Bulabeats Records)
05 Jan 12
Played by: Juno Recommends Dubstep
09 May 11