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Played by: Clairvo (Mustbeat), Badboe, Voodoocuts, Jayl Funk, Mr Bird, Juno Recommends Breakbeat, Ramskank, The Funk Hunters, Rory Hoy, Ez Icarus, Salvo
Review: Known for his cheeky sample art, Mr Bird has delivered serious party vibes with every release so far. The cheekily titled "Champignon Sound" is less of a floor jammer and more of a mood setter with what could quite possibly be a low-swung, head nodding homage to Mark Farina's Mushroom Jazz project. The end result is a super smooth vibe that's perfect for headphones and warm ups alike. If you need more pep then jump on Jayl Funk's slapbasstastic remix that comes complete with a flutter of flutes. DJ Tzinas' remix pays respect to Bird's original vibe but with more jazz sensibility. There's plenty more we could write about this release but there's not mushroom left to fit the text!
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Review: Swiss funk and breaks star Pulpfusion reloads for another banging collection of raw funk drums and wicked bass on this second edition of "Headbanger Funk". Tracks to watch out for include the fast-paced and hectic psych-funk of "All Hell's Breaking Loose", the sublime mix of dub and rock on "Cockaine" and the heavy rumpshaking bass of "Fat Ass".
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Review: This guy is an up and coming producer from Slovakia. Upon listening to his latest release on Hungarian label Mustbeat, it's clear that he's been sourcing inspiration from vintage '80s funk. "Superstar" is a rolling electro-funk workout, with tough beats and retro vocoder vibes. Zamali's remix is a mellow-ish break beat outing, while the Father Funk remix is a daisy age-style affair, complete with old skool trumpet samples, hip-house vocals and funky drummer beats. On a different tip however, Zenit Incompatible's remix is a cool and moody electro-house groover.