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06 Aug 12
Played by: DJ Rudd, Fuzzbox Inc, Juno Recommends Breakbeat, Juno Recommends Electro House, Dastardly Kuts, Ez Icarus
Review: Bird named this outrageously loopy disco record "Horse Music" because a horse did actually teach him a few Ableton tricks just hours before he made the track. Quite how a horse can teach a bird to use music making software is beyond us. But you can't argue with science. Especially not when tunes are this fun, funky and come with such an inviting spread of remixes. From Krafty's Zinc-style breaks mix to Rory Lyon's insane bass-house romp to Jay Robinson's randy electro-bashment, it's a fantastic package.
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Played by: Rebel Sketchy
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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.
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.