Are you looking for a funky house track with a contemporary sound? Look no further, we got you covered. Continue reading Sweez, “Sonorous Shuffle”: Bring back the funk!
I’ve always loved chopped samples in wild patterns. The more the merrier. I giggle like a schoolgirl whenever a really over the top stutter pops up in a track.
So when a submission arrived in my inbox that were essentially only that, it didn’t take much for me to hit “approve”. Continue reading Semiosis, “Kali”: Slices of madness
Ahhhh, breakbeat. Or just “breaks” as the kids call it today. The genre started shaping in the early nineties and evolved into something big, bad and monstrus around the turn of the century.
The genre sounds so fundamentally BIG; Massive synths, massive beats, massive effects, layers upon layers with colossal stuff. That same bigness that later became the hallmark also for dubstep.
But breakbeat was there first! Continue reading Capture, “The Hunt”: Charismatic beats from an anonymous producer
“Minimalism” is a wave that never reached the breakbeat shores. And thank the gods for that. Still as big, profligate and monstrous as ever. Here’s a fine example. It’s building a massive tower of dirt as it growls up from the ground. A filthy, ugly breaks monster to churn your mining gear into Continue reading Sullik – “Fire”: Gritty beauty