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Hyper Vibes
BEW 059
01 Jul 16
Bass
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Hyper Vibes - (3:54) 83 BPM
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Bad Man - (5:59) 130 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
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Make Them Bounce - (4:16) 107 BPM
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Review: Forward-looking Sheffield duo Future Wildstyle tore up the rulebook when they recently began producing together. The results have created quite a stir and one thing they really make a point on is that the tunes have got to work off the dancefloor too. With the Hyper Vibes EP they didn't make 'straight up club bangers', providing instead three killer tunes that work everywhere. The title track features mean and moody start-stop beats and jazzy piano stabs, the DnB-influenced "Bad Man" lays on the dub pretty thick and finally "Make Them Bounce" is a rip-snorting j-tek monster. Boom!
Once Again
BEW 066
05 May 17
Bass
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Once Again - (4:07) 55 BPM
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Hotter Than Hot - (5:10) 150 BPM
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Original Big UP - (5:24) 145 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
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Tun It Up - (3:30) 130 BPM
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Review: Heavy ghetto vibez be rulin' here on this deep brain crushing EP from this forward-looking Yorkshire crew. The EP features four bruising cuts that don't mess about and don't do boring neither. Opener "Once Again" features chants, US strip bar footwork rhythms and even a rave-era breakdown. Elsewhere "Hotter Than Hot" features hypey beats and wobble-informed basslines, Original Big Up lays the Amen breaks on thick and fast, mixing it up with some dubby Rasta attitude. Lastly "Tun It Up" references melodic hardcore, with hands-in-air keyboard melodies and stop/start breaks.
Oh My Days
SFT 01
08 May 17
Bass
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Oh My Days - (4:45) 84 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
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Big N Brassy - (3:52) 116 BPM
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Played by: Future Wildstyle
Review: Bass=Win alumni Future Wildstyle continue to venture deeper into the bass cosmos with this widescreen slab of gully variation. "Oh My Days" is a swaggering, loose-drummed toxic bass jam for the halftime heads that's carried by a cool sci-fi riff. "Big N Brassy" is straight out of the book of Fracture - steppy, rolling, hybrid jungle technoid business, this isn't to be treated lightly!
Burning Up
SFT 03
19 Jun 17
Breakbeat
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Burning Up - (5:01) 130 BPM
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Played by: RICO TUBBS
Review: From Doncaster to Sheffield, the Future Wildstyle pair dominate the bass scene and, thanks to releases like the present "Burning Up" for Seven Four Two, they've made quite a name for themselves. While this is tagged as breakbeat, this one-track anthem EP has the soul of house very much running through its DNA, particularly thanks to one noticeable sample which is lifted and propelled to new dimensions thanks to the help of some absolutely killer percussion work. Half way between breaks and 4/4, this is the sort of tune that will get ANY dancefloor moving. BAD!
Who Run Tings EP
LP 019
30 May 16
Bass
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Who Run Tings - (3:50) 131 BPM
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Play Them Vibes - (3:56) 135 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
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Review: Future Wildstyle is pretty much running things within the Yorkshire bass game, mashing up house and dubstep with total ease, which means "Who Run Tings" is only natural as a name for this scalding club stepper that has absolutely no care for genres or structure. "Play Them Vibes" follows the same non-formula, but even manages to chuck in some jungle breaks just to stir things up a little more...like it needed it!
Ultrafunkula
BEW 055
16 Oct 15
Breakbeat
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Ultrafunkula - (5:22) 130 BPM
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Ultrafunkula (Rico Tubbs remix) - (5:47) 130 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
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Started Again - (4:33) 130 BPM
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This Style - (6:19) 133 BPM
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Review: Despite the name, Yorkshire's premier junglist, Future Wildstyle, looks to the past a lot for inspiration. "Ultrafunkula" is all about early-'90s hardcore breaks, ragga MCs and rave horns, but just cos its old, it don't mean it aint good! Jet setting bassline hero Rico Tubbs steps in to add some pumping peak time 4x4 vibes on his excellent rework. "Started Again" is a much more contemporary wobble bass assault, and "This Style" throws some cool turntablism into the mix.
Another Day
SFT 05
18 Jun 18
Drum And Bass
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Another Day (original) - (5:22) 170 BPM
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Another Day (Motional remix) - (4:32) 174 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
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Review: "Another Day" another banger... Northern bass fusionistas Future Wildstyle return with another chop-slapping delight laden with bass weight. What begins as a swampy, toxic halftime hurter quickly switches up with frazzled break rolls for a junglised hybrid. Remix-wise fellow Sheffield artist Motional brings a high pressure Criticalesque steppy funk to the proceedings. Trust us, you'll be rinsing this for days on end.
Vanish (Rollers Remix)
FW 104
10 Jun 13
Breakbeat
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Vanish (Rollers remix) - (5:02) 140 BPM
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Take It Personal - (5:15) 136 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
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Played by: Andy H
Review: Ever ones to keep us on our toes, First Word's releases are joyously unpredictable and always worth checking out regardless of flavour. Here they flip from the most experimental leftfield folk soul Framework to stirring icy rave courtesy of Yorkshire new junglist Future Wildstyle. "Vanish" is an emotional, vocal-heavy workout driven by classic hot-stepper breakbeats while "Take It Personal" turns to the sampler's fave toaster Cutty Ranks for inspiration.
Check Baby Check
SFT 04
21 May 18
Bass
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Check Baby Check - (4:30) 130 BPM
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Piano Days - (6:10) 127 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
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Review: Sheffield bass pranksters Future Wildstyle are back on Seven Four Two with yet more quality bass aesthetics, all primed and ready for dance floor domination. The lead tune, Check Baby Check, couldn't be from anywhere but Sheffield, launching a toxic bassline over broken, repetitive vocal samples that must be plaid loud and destructive! "Piano Days", as the name suggests, is more soulful in style and execution, bringing in elements of old-school UK raving into the mix, not to mention some delightfully placed breaks to launch the tune into hyper-space. Top work from the boys..!
The Roller
SFT 07
24 Sep 18
Breakbeat
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The Roller - (3:44) 130 BPM
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