Puss is a new label from HNNY and Kornél Kovács, pushing club ready dance tracks to tenderhearted discjockeys around the world. On the label's third release, HNNY once again steps up with an r'n'b-infused, melancholy house epic. The latest Puss release arrives as a single-sided 12'' and as always, each record comes with a real, unique human kiss mark.
On this new 7inch, Mato surprises us with a special Pop oriented package. First he gives a spicy Reggae tribute to the “King of Pop”, with a shiny remix of his recent unhidden single, “Love Never Felt So Good”. On the back side, he takes over this year top single “All About That Bass”, by the new teens’ favorite, the young Meghan Trainor.
This time, Mato gives us his own rendition of Pharrell Williams’ recent worldwide hit, “Happy”, which seemed the perfect melody to be spiced with some Jamaican flavors. For the B side, he takes over another recent top single with “Tightrope” by Janell Monae and Big Boi.
Stix Recordings rounds up all those essential Mato 7" anthems onto this extended player, with all the cuts remastered for the occasion! Includes two unreleased hits featuring Blackstreet (NoDiggity) & Snoop Dogg and Dr. Dre (The Wash). Woopiwoop, that's the sound of reggae-hip hop perfection!
We don't know much about Rob Tex. All we know is that this first release is tough. This version of "Foxy Lady" is rocked by a heavy vintage breakbeat and a groovy bass/guitar line. B side is a dubby reggae version. Both have this psychedelic flavour, a must of course when it's a bout Jimi Hendrix ... Breaks lovers, beware !
The elusive Essex Rascals strike once more, this time with a highly limited 45 featuring 2 party starting Hip Hop mash ups for the fun loving DJ's amongst us.Simple, effective and familiar, not only will these 2 golden era flavoured jams do plenty of damage at the dance but they'll also put a smile on the face of even the most hardened ageing boy.
Breakbeat Paradise Recordings is back to mark the 10th year of being in the ghetto rockin; funky breaks business. To celebrate that we’ve decided to hit you hard with a 7-track vinyl release to represent the very best of what the label has to offer. 7 of the very best producers in the funky breaks scene have joined forces on this ruthless funky bomb of an EP!
Breakbeat Paradise Recordings is proud to present Tom Showtime with his brand new 4-track vinyl release, The Butter Zone EP. As it has done so many times before BBP is bringing Ghetto Funk and Funky Breaks back to its roots by putting the funk in focus and letting the rest speak for itself. Never before has it been done as well as this with Tom Showtime getting on board and tailor-making this 4-track EP of banging feel good jams around our genres beloved 105 BPM, aka The Butter Zone.
NYC reggae stalwart, Antibalas founding member & keyboard player to the stars Ticklah makes his splash of a debut on Brooklyn's BSTRD Boots label with two signature Reggae re-workings of Erykah Badu & Pharoahe Monch. Rebuilding the tracks from the ground up, Ticklah turns "Real Thang" by Ms. Badu into a plodding 80s dancehall number with a rolling bassline and Jammy style keyboard skanks, while on the flip Monch's "Desire" gets re-imagined as a psychedelic digi-Dub joint with swirling effects, filtered out guitars, hard hitting drum programming and claps.
This time, Mato gives us his own rendition of “Suit & Tie”, recent R&Bhit by Justin Timberlake alongside Jay Z. On the B side, he takes overanother recent top single with “Blurred Lines” by Robin Thickefeaturing Pharrell Williams and T.I.
For this first official release, Taggy Matcher also provides us with 2 blazing renditions of the famous “Tighten Up” and “Lonely Boy” by The Black Keys, with the help of upraising and talented Birdy Nixon singer.
Daytoner spent 3 years recording & compiling tracks for the debut LP ‘Sunburst Radio’. He’s forged old sounds from good friends, drawing on influences dug from charity shop vinyl & antique archives.As the title may suggest, expect a roof-down, retro-ride through Latin American, Blues, Jazz, Swing and Motown rhythms, underpinned by dance floor break beats, linked together by valve-age voices.
Here comes a juicy version of the old school hip hop classic My adidas. Rob Tex composed and produced a heavy dancefloor breakbeat with a killer Led Zep style riff, thats suits this anthem perfectly !!!!
following the success of volume 1, here comes the second LP release by Taggy Matcher, those days most creative reggae hip hop producer. Total quality, original riddims supporting the cream of hip hop vocal performances !
Boy 8-Bit's "Suspense Is Killing Me" was a major sleeper for us (whole EP is brilliant), so it's with great pleasure that we present this equally weird and fantastic EP that we can't stop listening to. These remixes slowly stacked up over a year or so and now we have a really cool set plus the vintage "Ghost House (Suspense Is Killing Me Pt 2)." Enjoy death metal and dreamy pop from Memory Tapes, house & live sax from Obi Blanche, and an awesome reworking of "Suspense" from Philipe De Boyar. The new remix of "Cricket Scores" from Boy 8-Bit is standard brilliance from him, working one of his catchy horn synth things for the chorus.
The time has come for BadboE to return to once again rock the floors across the planet with an explicit 4-track party breaks EP. The Ghetto Funk Testament is BadboE’s interpretation of the sound of ghetto funk that has been causing so much hype over the last few years. The 4 funky bangers on this double a-sided EP is taking it back to where it all started – as sample-heavy – upbeat party smashing music!
Mysterious new project from Berlin, Germany seems to have a big musical range from The Doors to Santana, from Latin to Drum'n Bass, all mashed up on this floorfiller-double-a-side-7inch. Interesting they are announcing a full original non mashup album later this year.
Breakbeat Paradise Recordings is pleased to finally welcome to the label a true veteran in the funky breaks scene: Mr PulpFusion with the huge 12" vinyl release Funk Never Sleeps. Straight out of Switzerland, PulpFusion has been producing funky jams since the early days of nu funk, and this time around he has brought a true dream team of remixers for this enormous 7-track EP. On the flip side he has teamed up with another skilled funk producer Morris Chestnuts from Bristol as well as Producer and Rapper Imagine This from New Zealand to help complete this funk fest of a release.
Breakbeat Paradise Recordings is proud to welcome and brand new act Laptop Funkers from Portugal. They came out of nowhere with whole trunk of funk so funky that BBP just couldn't help but signing these boys on for a debut 12" vinyl release.
The Captain aka Fab Samperi is one of the hottest names in Ghetto Funk right now and we are proud to welcome him to Breakbeat Paradise Recordings to drop a monster 5-track vinyl. He’s teamed up with two countrymen who share his passion for funky upbeat drum ‘n’ bass groovers – the Italian producers PhonoMatt & Tommyboy. If this wasn’t enough they’ve teamed up with another ghetto funk heavy weightier: BadboE who’s dropping a killer remix on the flip side of this EP.
The King of “Reggae vs Hip-Hop” remixes is back with a new and last LP collecting all his 7inches released over the past few months and a bunch of unreleased new Rocksteady remixes, done for the occasion. Yaaaayyyyy!
After the success of 'Rejigs Vol 1', with support from the likes of Hot Toddy, Sleazy Beats and Get Down Edits, Pablo and Shoey return with three more edits for the front of your box. 'Love Power' is a 10 minute electro-boogie epic with powerhouse vocals that will be immediately familiar to members of the rave generation through their sampling on big pop hits by the likes of Snap, Moby, Bizarre Inc and KRS-One's Boogie Down Production crew. 'TP With The ILL Behaviour' pays tribute to Detroit house producer and turntable legend Terrence Parker, recreating a section from one of his mid 90's mixtapes where some he lashes a famed hip hop acapella over some classic euro-disco to devastating effect. Constructed with the help of some razor sharp scratches by Dublin hip hop whizz Paddy O'Halpin, it's a hands in the air moment built for a loose and sweaty 3am dancefloor. 'Let Me Love Ya', meanwhile, is all about the bad ass early 80's boogie bassline, wailing diva vocals and psychedelic funk guitars that just won't quit.
J-Roc from Sould Out Djs has quickly become a household name in the world of Djing. J-Roc is a just a straight up party rocker. After fellow country man Stickybuds went straight to the top of sales charts, Ghetto Funk welcomes fellow Maple Leaf'er J-Roc to the Crew.
Rory Hoy is back on BigM Productions. With his own single 'Tonite EP' he provides the right mixture between funk power and rocking breaks. And on top a collaboration with grandmaster Freddy Fresh with good time big Beat Breaks on trumpet power.
With the 10th artist presentation BigM Productions introduces the unbelieveable Telephunken, band combo and DJ show from spain now in full length with their EP "All the Mamis". After short previous appearance the crew now definately shows what they stand for: Amazing funky Breakbeat and Bigbeat loaded monsters with foot stomping and floor banging guarantee from slow to fast. Four pure gems nobody shouldn't miss to spin out!! Clap yo handz and get ya copy!
Elvis Presley has always been popular in Jamaica, particularly in the 1960s and 1970s when he was still an active presence on the international pop charts, so EDR Records gives a Reggae Tribute To The King Elvis Presley with 2 juicy Remixes …
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