Pecoe – Old Breaks Mixes Volume 6



Volume 6 of Old Breaks Mixes pays homage to tracks from around 2005 onwards, a time when breaks music was finding a more solid base of productions styles with fat beats and fat bass lines. You’ll find tracks from some well known producers of the time such as 601, Future Funk Squad and The Rogue Element to name a few. 2005 was also a time of more upfront party music with limited pads and atmospheres from the early 2000’s and more of a funky progressive edge to the music.






601 – The Payoff (Grand Def Audio Remix)
Stabilizer – Unbreakable (Superstyle Deluxe Remix)
Deckage – BUA
Psure – Late Night Tales
Drumattic Twins – Hyperspeed
Misfilter Vs Influenza – Want It All
Nitro – Violence (The Rogue Element Remix)
Hyper Feat. Xander – We Control (Future Funk Squad Remix)
4Kuba – Dearmate (Dopamine Remix)
A Studio Feat. Polina – SOS (Breaks Remix)
Random Source – Face Like A Robot (General Midi Remix)
Deckage – the Intro
Imposter – Dromer
Thee Earls – Bombs To Fall (Diverted Remix)
Groove Armada – Superstylin (Skool of Thought Remix)
Santos – Tromba
Soul Of Man – The Drum (Groove Diggerz Remix)
Tony Faline – Feel the Funk (Lee Coombs Remix)
The (An)Architects – Rock Is My DJ
Dubfire – I Feel Speed (UNKLE Remix)



Drumattic Twins – Money Shot Radio – 17.4.2006



Lanx and Nick Slater, aka the Drumattic Twins, have been a leading force in dance music since they first began touring over 20 years ago. Making their name as Shades of Rhythm, they ruled the early nineties rave scene with legendary anthems ‘Sweet Sensation’, ‘Sound of Eden’, ‘Extacy’ and ‘Homicide’ and performed with the likes of The Prodigy and N-Joi.

Since rebranding themselves as the Drumattic Twins in 1997, Nick and Lanx quickly replicated this global notoriety thanks to the massive hit tracks ‘Feelin Kinda Strange’ ‘Twister’ and ‘HyperSpeed’. They teamed up with the legendary release platform Finger Lickin Records in 1999 and settled quickly into the close-knit world of the breakbeat scene, working alongside global acts such as Plump DJs, Soul of Man and Lee Coombs.

From a string of releases from 1999 starting with top the selling “Feeling Kinda Strange” till late 2013 with their “Get Up and Dance EP” on Sugarbeat Records and 2 full length albums in between the Drumattic Twins have laid down a variety of music that have influenced the Breaks Scene and shaped it in to what it is today.

This mix was aired on Angus Robertson’s Money Shot Radio program back in April 2006.






Atomic Hooligan – Kiss 100 FM – 25.6.2005



Atomic Hooligan were/are a DJ/Production duo from the UK composed of Terry Ryan & Matt Welch. Their first release was way back in 2001 on the legendary Nu Skool Breaks label Botchit & Scarper. Over the next few years they had various releases and remixes including 2 albums, one of which (You Are Here) won album of the year at the Breakspoll Awards in 2006. They also went on to win Best live Act at the International Breakspoll Awards in 2008 for the live tour that supported their first album. Atomic Hooligan are still around today although only manned solo by Terry Ryan.

This mix was aired on Kiss 100 FM back in June 2005

For more information about Atomic Hooligan :






Stanton Warriors – LIVE @ Porn Beat – 26.11.2004



Dominic Butler and Mark Yardley aka the Stanton Warriors really need no introduction. Being in the EDM scene for quite a while now the lads have toured the world countless times, produced a huge catalogue of music including remixes, albums and also releasing music under different alias’s.

This mix was recorded Live in 2004 and i’m not too sure of the location but judging by the event name, somewhere in Europe ?

For a Stanton Warriors biography :






Pecoe – Progression Volume 2




The process of developing or moving gradually towards a more advanced state.

A passage or movement from one note or chord to another.

A series of mixes with Progressive Breakbeat Music from the early 2000’s onwards.







Nubreed & Luke Chable – One Day (Chable’s Extension Mix)
Brass Money – Big Ride (Breaks Mix)
Medway – The Bassline Track (Jiva Remix)
Quivver – Boz Boz (Shiloh Remix)
Jamie Stevens – The Night Before (Momu Remix)
David West – Envy
Steve May – Open Day (Luke Chable Remix)
Descent – Virtual
Esdeta Ft Legolath – So Real (Breaks Mix)
Luke Chable & The Dirty Fours – Tokyo (Nubreed Remix)
Ictus – The Look (Chris Lake Remix)
Starecase – Come In
Benz & MD – Radience (Introspective Remix)
Freza & DJ Flash – Kalimba (DJ Flash Remix)
Rowan Blades & Chris Lake – Chemical Breaks



Pecoe – The Back Catalogue Volume 5



For the Back Catalogue series of Ableton mixes i went with Breaks tracks from 2000 to 2010 (maybe some a bit earlier). Some solid releases within this time with artists finding their feet in the early 2000’s and with production and sounds getting better and better over the years. Lots of different Breaks styles in these mixes and a lot of high energy tracks too. The tracks in the mixes are all record vinyl rips so excuse the quality of the sound in some places.







New Order – Crystal (Lee Coombs Remix)
Bassnectar – Everybody (Freq Nasty Remix)
Hysterix – Talk To Me (Sasha Remix)
Unknown – Angels Go Bald Too
Freezie Freekie – Flow (Apollo Kids Remix)
Claude Vonstroke – Who’s Afraid Of Detroit (Stanton Warriors Remix)
General Midi – Milton
Stanton Warriors – Shake It Up
Kid Kenobi – Breakers Revenge 2010 (Drumattic Twins Remix)
Moby – Alice (General Midi Remix)
John Creamer & Stephane K – I Love You (Hybrid Remix)
Razor Boy & Mirror Man – Cutter Mix
Bassbin Twins – Woppa
Mike & Charlie – I Get Live (Headbanger Boogie Mix)
John Doe – U Sure Do