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Hang On - (4:43) 123 BPM
Review: Nu-funk breaks label Funk Blasters drop four new gems from the Itchy Bastards on this new EP - led by the chunky P-funk of "Funk Iz Us" and backed nicely by the old-school rap of "Movin' Machine" and the more disco-paced, brass-flecked "Hang On".
FB 006
21 Jun 12
Breakbeat
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Mako & The Hawk - "Lighters On The Corner" - (3:52) 123 BPM
Review: Here we have a shared EP showdown between 'seasoned ghetto-funk priest', Morlack, and the self-proclaimed 'deadly mash-up monks' Mako & The Hawk. Mash-ups are indeed the dish of the day, with the former delivering some cleverly tweaked 80s boogie "Big Flow" and slick vintage funk "Heaven's Posse". The latter act are on a different tip though, with Radio Clash given a hip-hop makeover in "Doug Clash" and a lazy rap meets reggae uptown in "Lighters On The Corner".
FB 009
15 Nov 12
Breakbeat
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Make Them Dance (Kalletti Klub remix) - (6:14) 123 BPM
Played by: Morlack
Review: Last year's Nasty Boogie LP by Mondo Exotica introduced us to this new kid on the electro-swing block. Now Funk Blasters have commissioned remixes of a selection of album tracks. This EP features four reworks, kicking off with Morlack's rejig of "Pussy Caravan", in which he turns in a solid, beefed-up party breaks jam. Elsewhere Kalletti Klub adds a pulsating tech-house edge to the big band joint "Make Them Dance" and Johnny Lectro turns "Stereophonic Swing" into a bizarre hybrid of clownish melodies and minimal house. Lastly Morlack returns for the moody electro-soul of his "Yellow Ribbon" remix.
FB 028
24 Feb 17
Breakbeat
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Nasty BoogieEXCLUSIVE
   
Make Them Dance - (5:02) 123 BPM
   
Stereophonic Swing - (3:42) 124 BPM
   
Yellow Ribbon - (3:22) 120 BPM
   
Paso Delicado - (4:40) 120 BPM
   
Bumble Boogie - (3:57) 120 BPM
FB 025
03 Aug 16
Broken Beat/Nu Jazz
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Dogzone V3 - (4:42) 123 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Review: Just like his previous EP a few months back on Breakbeat Paradise, Morlack ticks every single party box possible across five tracks here. Kicking off with his darkest moment to date, "Ghetto Messiah" is a vicious Bassnectar flavoured rub of Fugee's "Rumble In The Jungle. Meanwhile "Get Twisted" flips the switch completely with a fair tale nu-funk jam that utilises DMX's "X Gonna Give It To Ya" to a booty-shaking excess. Elsewhere we find Big Daddy Kane going disco ("Dogzone V3") and Nas, Kanye and KRS-One getting lively on a the fattest p-funk groove this side of the Weight Watchers clinic ("Get A Lil' Stupid").
FB 007
23 Aug 12
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I'm Too Sexy - (4:57) 123 BPM
Review: Morlack's a dark horse! Having emerged in the last 18 months with a selection of ace floor-shattering singles on Breakbeat Paradise, Big M and Funk Blasters, he's not so once as hinted at a full-length album. Yet here it is; and it sounds as if it's been in our collections forever. Operating with a slithering, low-swung vibe there's heavy emphasis on bold hip-hop breaks, sopping wet basslines and well crafted hip-hop vocals from the likes of ODB, Bootsy Collins, Public Enemy and many many more. As the album progresses we shimmy from cheeky b-boy to raw funk ("Bizz") to 80s electro boogie pop ("Yabba Bridge") to decadent synth-driven proto-house ("I'm Too Sexy"). From mischievous funk flinger to full album artist, Morlack's taking names right now.
FB 011
07 Feb 13
Breakbeat
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Refugee Camp Remix - (3:40) 121 BPM
   
Dogvogue - (4:48) 121 BPM
   
Eternity Remix - (4:16) 122 BPM
   
Save The Funk Remix - (4:49) 122 BPM
   
Tical Remix - (4:09) 122 BPM
Review: Morlack comes correct once again with a 27-track collection of total funk blasts. Naughty booties, reversions and mash-ups galore, the eclectic vibe ranges from skippy hair-swishing party rock ("Funky Woman") to cheeky Ting Tings reversions ("Hang It Up") via crazy blends of Zeppelin, Black Box and Outkast ("Ride On A Whole Lotta Love"). Elsewhere we hit gems like the big disco string B.M.W sucker punch "Get A Lil Stupid" and Bowie-busting block party slammer "Triple Fame". Morlack's repertoire was already bulging before this - now it's just ridiculous. Easily one of the best masters of the illicit art of mashery.
FB 017
08 Oct 14
Breakbeat
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Save The Funk - (4:54) 122 BPM
   
Eternity - (4:28) 123 BPM
Review: French breaks-bass producer and remixer Morlack has made a name for himself with some cheeky edits and sub-punishing originals over the last few years, but "Where Do U Get Ur Funk From" is his first full-length foray for the Funk Blasters label and it's a gem from start to finish. A mix of straight up raw JB funk (as on "Put It Out") to heavyweight nu-funk breaks ("Soul Train Line"), Morlack lends his hand to all manner of styles and keeps things buzzing and distinctly party-flavoured over the LP's thirteen tracks.
FB 004
22 Dec 11
Funk
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Belly Pyramid - (4:52) 124 BPM
   
Beautiful Mistakes - (4:23) 124 BPM
   
Splash Up - (5:02) 120 BPM
   
Lovely Boo - (3:32) 124 BPM
Played by: Trotter, Morlack
Review: Re-edit maestro Morlack went AWOL for a while, with reported sightings of him partying with Trotter in as far away locations as Brazilian jungles coming in thick and fast. Well wherever he disappeared to this producer is back and he's brandishing a new album to boot! Beautiful Mistakes features 13 new jams, all of which are guaranteed to get you moving in one direction or other. Highlights include the lively jump up Egyptian DnB of "Belly Pyramid", the smooth 80s soul grind of the title track and the glistening electro-funk grooves of "Nightlife". Back in business!
FB 027
30 Jun 17
Breakbeat
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Ghetto Train - (4:36) 122 BPM
Played by: Chudy, Morlack, Ez Icarus, Warson
FB 005
29 Feb 12
Breakbeat
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This & That - (3:38) 120 BPM
   
Back It On Up - (5:46) 123 BPM
Review: We all know his name. And by now we should all know what he sounds like, too... Morlack has been blazing the nu funk, bass and bootleg scene with creativity and stacks of long players for a good half decade now. This latest set comprises 14 of his genre-melting dancefloor devices; from the Kravitz dancehall facelift "Boss Like Me" to the slap-bass strutting, percussion heavy 80s rap homages "For The Brothers In The Ghetto" and "Problems Generator" each cut is primed for unashamed party fun. Elsewhere there's a 90s ghetto twist on the Tower Of Power-twisting "Movin' On The Dumb Stuff" while another highlight "Back It On" sees Beenie Man getting the funkiest version of his illustrious life. Not a dull moment throughout, Morlack keeps killing it. Get to know.
FB 020
26 Mar 15
Breakbeat
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Cheeky EditsEXCLUSIVE
   
2Far - (4:36) 120 BPM
   
Let Ya Body - (5:00) 122 BPM
Played by: Morlack
FB 029
07 Dec 17
Breakbeat
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BluffEXCLUSIVE
   
Sex Me - (4:03) 120 BPM
   
No,Not A Racist - (4:31) 123 BPM
Review: Breakbeat is most definitely back on the up this year, and it is primarily down to the sheer consistency of artists such as Morlack who tireless push forward with new projects on such a regular basis. This latest album episode goes by the name of 'Bluff' and encapsulates everything we love about Morlack's sound, from the stunning instrumental sampling and punchy drum work of 'Colibri Shine' to the dipping grooves of 'Sex Me'. For us, the highlights here have to include both the excellent vocal slicing of '2Be In Family', and of course the horn-heavy riffs of the title track 'Bluff'. Excellent stuff from the breakbeat mastermind!
FB 033
30 Aug 19
Breakbeat
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Cheeky Edits Vol IIIFORTHCOMING EXCLUSIVE
  
   
Da Bird - (6:38) 124 BPM
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15 Nov 19
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Various
   
Mako & The Hawk - "Lighters On The Corner" - (3:52) 123 BPM
   
Itchy Bastards - "Hang On" - (4:43) 123 BPM
   
Morlack - "Ghetto Train" - (4:36) 122 BPM
   
Morlack - "Dogzone" - (4:42) 123 BPM
   
Morlack - "This & That" - (3:38) 121 BPM
Review: What do we have here then? Well Morlack's decided to compile the perfect (digital) stocking filler here, with the 33 tracks bumper compilation Essential Blasters on his mighty Funk Blasters label. Essentially we get many tracks from a small pool of artists, but that's cool because it's literally chocker with party anthems, all perfect for the festive season. Highlights include the brassy, go-go stomp of Morlack's "Put It Out", the raw breaky funk of "Lemme Talk" by Itchy Bastards and the 4/4 rockabilly swagger of "Elephant Boogie" by Mondo Exotica.
FB 026
09 Dec 16
Breakbeat
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