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Worthwhile
FB 016
22 May 14
Breakbeat
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Up & Comin' - (6:13)
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NasT Anthem - (5:44) Biggest-selling track on this release
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Worthwhile - (5:43) 150 BPM
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Yo Hit It - (4:14) 146 BPM
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Review: Scotty Marz and Erin Paul's Discobeta project hits party pay-dirt with this spotless four-track sample session. There's a slick rock vibe running through "Up & Coming" as we experience swashbuckling organic breakbeats and even bolder guitar riffs before we head deep into a groaning bass session on "NasT Anthem". Further on "Worthwhile" flips the flavour with a glitchy-disco lick complete with a mild peppering from Jay-Z while "Yo Hit It" gets busy on the classic funk tip, all horns, salubrious slap bass and sopping wet wah-wah guitars, it's the perfect way to end an accomplished EP.
The Bounce EP
FB 019
05 Feb 15
Breakbeat
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Who Da Phunk? - (4:41) 55 BPM
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Good Foot - (4:18) 58 BPM
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Come Correct - (4:45) 58 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
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Who Da Phunk? (instrumental) - (4:41) 55 BPM
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Review: Marz and Paul's Discobeta project returns after almost a year's silence with another firing collection of premium party jams. We ignite with straight-up party hit "Who Da Phunk?" before diving deep into "Good Foot", a barbed electro/funk hybrid where the hook screams mid-'00s while the bass and guitar scream mid-'70s. "Come Correct" is a heady rewind to the acid house halcyon era with more samples than a generous delicatessen. Speaking of generous, Funk Blasters have also thrown in an instrumental of "Who Da Punk?" for good measure. Bouncy.
Can't Stop The Sheriff
BLR 012
15 Apr 13
Breakbeat
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Can't Stop The Sheriff (original vocal mix) - (5:05) Biggest-selling track on this release
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Can't Stop The Sheriff (instrumental) - (5:05)
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Chinese Robots EP
BBP 134
13 Jan 17
Breakbeat
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Chinese Robots (original mix) - (5:06) 119 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
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Chinese Robots (Groove Mind remix) - (3:43) 115 BPM
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No Doubt (Funk 2da Brain mix) - (4:09) 115 BPM
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No Doubt (BadboE remix) - (4:29) 115 BPM
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Review: Founded over ten years ago by Boe Pedersen (BadboE) and Kim Sorensen (Wiccatron) Breakbeat Paradise Recordings is a digital affiliate of the established 90s label of the same name. Originally a more earnest breakbeat label, they now champion a more party breaks/nu-funk approach. Here we have Chinese Robots, the latest offering from Discobeta. The original is a sparse almost electro-pop bounce-athon with a repetitive Asian vocal melody. Groove Mind get choppin' on their heavily cut up rework, Funk 2da Brain gives the dubby electro bass some welly and BadboE ends with an anthemic fuzz-bass rejig. Electric vibes!
Tasty Beats Vol 3
TF 39
30 Jun 14
Breakbeat
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Tom Showtime - "Gangsta Lick" - (4:17) 52 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
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DiscObeta - "Dope Noise" - (5:28) 152 BPM
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Phibes - "Dig Ma Bounce" - (3:56) 110 BPM
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Spox - "Roses (All I Want)" - (4:10) 122 BPM
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DJ Clairvo - "Freestyle Extravaganza" - (4:15) 120 BPM
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Review: Every now and then, in between artist EPs, Tru Funk knock out a mini compilation of bootlegs where the original artists get spliced together like Frankenstein's monsters of funk. Highlights of this five tracker include Tom Showtime's fusing of Khia's famously filthy My Neck, My Back with some of Snoops' Gangsta Luv on "Gangsta Lick", Phibe's totally eccentric party smasher "Dig My Bounce" (which mixes Missy Elliot with No Diggity) and Spox's electro funk monster "Roses" which beefs up Haywood's '80s classic of the same name.
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