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21 Nov 11
Played by: Big M Productions (Big M Bootie)
Review: Manmade label owners CMC & Silenta head up this four-headed release of digital breaks and future funk with the punchy "Rock Da Riddem", while DJ Kid Stretch keeps the vibe going on the punk-funk of "Horny", which uses canny samples from Juice's "Catch A Groove". German trio Funkanomics go straight fro the jugular with the fast and frantic cut 'n' bass flow of "On The Floor" while Mr Fudge rides a classic breakbeat rhythm on "Boot All Night".
11 Jun 12
06 May 11
05 Dec 11
Played by: Chudy, Manmade / Cmc-Silenta, Zamali, Kid Cholesterol, Hidden Riddim, Juno Recommends Breakbeat, Tim Livingstone, Big M Productions (Big M Bootie), Zenit Incompatible, Telephunken, Tosses & Varvez, Hayz
Review: An all-star cast joins Manmade label bosses CMC and Silenta on this breaks-fuelled edition of their Feature Funk series. Their own "Chainsaw Massacre" mixes nu-funk with studio bass, while funky breaks producer Tom Drummond has plenty of fun with both Ray Charles' "Hit The Road Jack" and Salt 'N' Pepa's "What A Man" on "Hit It". German masters Telephunken however steal the show with two new tunes - the Northern Soul/Motown swinger "He Was Really Saying Something" and the slow, head-noddin' "It's A Beautiful Day".
09 Nov 11
Review: For those of us who dance to the horn-toting rhythms of classic funk breaks, Manmade's Feature Funk series has long been a reliable source of fresh, floor-friendly fodder. This fourth instalment in the series offers more bass-heavy thrills, all rolling breakbeats, clipped funk guitars and cut-up funk, soul and hip-hop vocal samples. CMC and Silanta open proceedings with the midtempo bounce of "California Johnson", before Zamali breaks up the beats on hooky Q-Tip cut-up "L'Oisseau Bleu". A strong package is completed by the Quincy and Cakes collaboration "Bobby Good Love", a ludicrously energetic chunk of feelgood breakbeat soul that neatly combines gospel, hip-hop and funk samples.
20 Oct 10
02 Mar 10
Played by: Shantisan, Just Banks, Los Charly's Orchestra, Trotter, All Good Funk Alliance, Jayl Funk, Juno Recommends Breakbeat, Sneak-E Pete, Big M Productions (Big M Bootie), DJ Axe, Turntill, Telephunken, Leo Leonardi Aka Funky Brothers
Review: Manmade Remixed Volume One is the first part in a new label series. Comprising of seven remixes of "Party Block Rocker" and one CMC & Silenta remix of "All The People" this album touches on breakbeat, disco, nu-jazz, soul, funk and Latin influences. With remixers including Tal M Klein, Cut La Roc, The Breakbeat Junkie and Da Wiesel this is one not to be missed.
17 Jun 10
27 Feb 12
Played by: DJ Rudd, Prosper, DJ Goodka From The Groovologists, DJ Stex, Chudy, Manmade / Cmc-Silenta, Djp, DJ Aka (Funk Moguls), Mooqee, Actual Sounds, Hidden Riddim, Funk Ferret, Juno Recommends Breakbeat, Tim Livingstone, B-Dub, Dastardly Kuts, Killer Funk Records Usa, Badboe, Rory Hoy, Morlack, Telephunken, Hero Records, Tosses & Varvez, Juno Best Sellers 2012, Leo Leonardi Aka Funky Brothers, K. Sabroso
Review: The tenth release from the Manmade staple sees their crew of excellent NuFunk producers and remixers eager to please, with CMC & Silenta dropping a very tasteful edit of Mariam Makeba's classic calypso-funk gem "Pata Pata", Badboe & Prosper giving the Wu Tang a radical funk overhaul, while Cat Nip Tuck slams in the classics on the schizo-boogie of "Cat Nip Tuck".