Krafty Kuts – NEST HQ MiniMix & Interview



NEST HQ recently had the pleasure of interviewing the world renowned Krafty Kuts while getting him to do an exclusive mix for them. As fresh as the morning sun Krafty drops some new music in all types and forms from Hip Hop to Rock to Breaks all the while keeping it funky and flowing with his legendary turntable cuts and seamless mixing.

Check the interview over at NEST HQ here:






01. Adam F – Stand Clear (Instrumental)
02. Krafty Kuts – Who’s The DJ
03. Krafty Kuts Ft. Chali 2Na – It Ain’t My Fault
>>. Method Man & Redman – Tear It Off (Acapella)
04. Monophonics – Foolish Love (Wick-It Remix)
05. Grid Division – Get Up
06. Defunk – Fire In Her Eyes (Featurecast Remix)
07. Dr. Fresch – Gangster Gangster
08. Dr. Fresch – Hello
09. Destructo Ft. Ty Dolla $ign & ILOVEMAKONNEN – 4 Real (Chris Lorenzo Remix)
10. Dr Kucho! & Gregor Salto Ft. Ane Brun – Can’t Stop Playing (Ark Edit)
11. Obscene Frequenzy – Rolling
>>. John B – Up All Night (Jack Beats Remix)
12. Big Daddy’s – Booty Sweat (KMFX Flip)
13. A Skillz – We Got Fun
14. Krafty Kuts Ft. Dynamite MC – Rollercoaster
15. Sub Focus – Love Divine
16. Feed Me – Stay Focused
17. BADJOKES – Bootyground
18. Rae Sremmurd Ft. Gucci Mane – Black Beatles (KMFX Flip)
19. Bromley Ft. Grove & Dread MC – Burn Down (Archive Remix)
20. Fox – Big Man Ting
21. Ahee – Bali Breaks
22. My Nu Leng & Kry Wolf Ft. Kiko Bun – What You Feel
>>. Eric B & Rakim – Don’t Sweat The Technique (Acapella)
23. Krafty Kuts – Party People
24. Stanton Warriors – Feel This Way (Instrumental)
>>. Jungle Brothers – Beyond This World (Acapella)
25. Dead Prez – Hip Hop
>>. Damian Marley Welcome To Jamrock
>>. Yogi Ft. Pusha T – Burial (Acapella)
26. DJ Shadow – Building Steam With A Grain Of Salt (Bondax & Karma Kid Remix)
27. Krafty Kuts Ft. Orifice Vulgatron & Dynamite MC – Boom Bangin’



Keith MacKenzie & DJ Fixx – The Armory Podcast 165



The unique stylings of Keith MacKenzie & DJ Fixx are well flexed in this their 3rd mix for the Armory Podcast, Breaks, Bass and Trap music are highlighted in this mix.

Keith MacKenzie has emerged as one of the driving forces behind the global breakbeat scene, regularly gigging across the US and Europe. Now based in Chicago, Keith spent his formative years in the now legendary Florida rave scene racking up early credits on influential labels like DJ Icey’s Zone Records and After Dark before launching his own label. Illeven:Eleven Recordings, now in its 11th year of operations, built a reputation for releasing quality collaborations from a diverse roster of artists (Audiostalkers, Deekline & Ed Solo, Fixx, Infiniti, Bass Kleph, Gigi Barocco, Rico Tubbs, Sporty-O, Sue Cho and Whiskey Pete have all released on the label) making it a Beatport mainstay in the process. Under the informal moniker of KMFX alongside Fixx he’s gone on to release internationally on labels like Deekline’s Rat Records, as well as Punks, the venerable UK imprint formed by breakbeat stalwarts Stanton Warriors.

In 2012 Keith teamed up with long time creative collaborators Fixx and D:RC to form Smookie Illson, a new bass music alias for studio experiments that fall outside the rather strict umbrella of breakbeat music. After trying their hand at everything from electro house to moombahton (signing their first demos to Potty Mouth Music in the process) they found their footing in the EDM “trap” scene, churning out bootlegs and originals at a brisk pace and gaining steady support from fans and peers alike. Their 2013 bootleg remix of Yo Majesty’s ‘Club Action’ turned into one of the longest-running festival season selections, gaining support year after year from scene favorites like Skrillex & Diplo, Baauer, RL Grime, Brillz, and Loudpvck. 2015 saw Smookie Illson releasing their ‘Compound Riddims EP’ a highly-rated collab with the UK’s Ragga Twins on Play Me Records, as well as releases on Seattle’s Simplify Records and Australia’s Safari Music.

Over the past 15 years, breakbeat pioneer DJ Fixx has been stocking the shelves of record stores everywhere. Said by many as one of the most innovative and consistent producers in the industry, he continues to deliver some of the most sought after breakbeat tracks available. Making his debut in 1998, Fixx produced over 75 anthems on the classic Kaleidoscope Music label. Many of these timeless tracks are still played frequently today. This was then followed by Fixx’s own personal imprint, Bottom-End Records (2004-2008). Managed by Afterdark, the BER trademark produced some of the biggest anthems in the industry, easily claiming the spot of one of the top five best-selling domestic labels in the country. Alongside of Keith MacKenzie, Fixx is currently a leading producer for Keith’s illeven:eleven label. Frequent solo installments can be found on ILL, as well as collaborations with Keith under the production duo ‘KMFX’. With over 150 12-inch releases, over 300 exclusive digital releases, and twelve massively-distributed CDs under his belt, Fixx has assembled one impressive Discography. All of this resulting in one of the strongest and most loyal followings in the industry.





Dealo Brown – The Crooked Audio Show Mix



Dealo Brown hits the pages of Breakzlinkz again with a solid mix of Bass & Breaks. This mix was cooked up specially for the Crooked Audio Show on the award winning NSB Radio. An interesting mix with a nice selection of tunes from artists of the Bass & Breaks scene, some deep down and dirty Breaks in this one.






01. Lord Olaf – Racer X (Tony Quattro Remix)
02. Dealo Brown – NASTY (original Mix)
03. Dash Groove – What It Do
04. Jamie XX – Gosh (Left/Right Remix)
05. Rae Shremmurd – Black Beatles (Kieth Mackenzie & Fixx Remix)
06. Alex FakeFox – Innocent Whore
07. Adam F – Circles (Nixon VS TobyOne Remix)
08. Perfect Combo – Take You Higher
09. Infected Mushroom – I Wish (Fractal Remix)
10. Merlyn – Wegue Wegue (Krafty Kuts Rmix)
11. Adam Freeland – We Want Your Soul
12. Dread MC – Stright Up (Mafia Kiss Remix)
13. Soul Circuit – SmokeFunkSmack
14. Radiohead – Codex (Left/Right Remix)
15. D’silva – Reste Raxon Remix



Nik Argiropoulos – Breaks & Bass February 2017 DJ Mix



Nik Argiropoulos had some spare time recently to record a new mix of his favourite Breaks & Drum & Bass tunes gathered over the past 18 months. I posted up a mix from Nik last August thanks to the heads up from Featurecast that mix has had nearly 10,000 plays ! This mix has a more harder edge to it raising the BPM throughout. Enjoy, if you are after Nik’s previous “In The Ghetto Mix” Click HERE.






01) Boys Noize – Midnight – Boysnoize Records
02) Chemical Brothers – Go [feat. Q-Tip] (Claude VonStroke Remix) – Virgin
03) Jamie XX – Gosh (Left/Right Remix) – Punks
04) Plump DJs – IOU One – Punks
05) Stanton Warriors & Cause & Affect – Never Let It Go [feat. Janai] (VIP Mix) – Fabric
06) Cause & Affect & Stanton Warriors – Bounce – Good Enuff
07) Smalltown DJs – My People (Marten Horger Remix) – Crispy Crust Records
08) Stanton Warriors – Hoping (Marten Horger Remix) – Punks
09) Leeroy Thornill – Say It Again – Hypeddit
10) The Freestylers – Ruffneck (INAPT Remix) – Bootleg
11) Wankelmut & Emma Louise – My Head Is A Jungle (The Freestylers Remix) – Bootleg
12) Switch – Still Love You (Stanton Warriors Remix) – Bootleg
13) Colombo – Fly By Night – DogEatDog Records
14) Benny Benassi – Cinema (Skrillex Remix – Aylen Edit) – Bootleg
15) Crawford – Life – Punks
16) Shade K – Back To Fuck – Elektroshok Records
17) With You – Ghost [feat. Vince Staples] (Major Lazer Remix – Keith MacKenzie & Fixx Flip) – Bootleg
18) BBK, Dmoney, OOdie, Xuptour – Down To Ride (Colombo Remix) – Total Damage Records
19) The Feels – Dominator [feat. Slooom] – Punks
20) T99 – Anasthasia (The Freestylers Remix) – Armada Music
21) Tantrum Desire – Pump (Drumsound & Bassline Smith Remix) – Technique Recordings
22) The Prodigy – The Day Is My Enemy (Bad Company UK Remix) – RAM Records
23) Killer Hertz – All Out – Viper Recordings
24) The Freestylers – Rude Bwoy [feat. RDX] (Aphrodite Remix) – Instant Vibes
25) Kaypod – Jungle is Massive (Allin Remix) – Bootleg