DJ Chronic – Ghetto Style Recordings Tribute Mix

 

DJ Chronic brings the fiyah with this tribute mix to Ghetto Style Recordings. The whole mix is a showcase of tunes from Lab3 & Ofay who own and run the label expertly put together by long time breaks enthusiast DJ Chronic as a tribute to some of their upfront Breaks music.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Tracklist

Bass Train – Lab3 & Ofay
Back Of Tha Benzo – Lab3 & Ofay
Different Kandies – Lab3 vs Ofay
Teresita – Lab3 & Ofay
Who’s got the Vick’s – Lab3 vs Ofay
Breaking the Chains – Lab3 & Ofay
Janye – Lab3 & OFay
Rock Dem Beats – Lab3 & Ofay
Secret Rhythym – Lab3 vs Ofay
Fiayahh – Lab3 & OFay
Purple – Lab3 & Ofay
Let Me Be – Lab3 Vs. OFay
Panty Matters – Lab3 & OFay
2 Feel Free – Lab3 & OFay
Freaks – Lab3 & OFay
Screamer – Lab3 & OFay
We Rollin Hard – Lab3 & Ofay
Numb – Lab3 vs Ofay ReRub

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Orebeat – This is Top Volume 7

 

Orebeat continues his series of “This Is Top” Mixes with the next installment of Volume 7 and of course all previous volumes are available for download on Breakzlinkz. Orebeat selects some of the greatest track around in this 1 hour long mix of Breaks, Bass, Garage and Beats. Enjoy !

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Specimen A – LIVE @ Rough Tempo Radio July 2010

 

 

Specimen A are brothers Phil and Mo Jones alongside DJ Smart. Born into a family of musicians, they are nephews of 80’s pop star Howard Jones and were raised with a strict classical training whilst developing a love for electronic music. They started making Breaks in 2006, collaborating with then up & coming producers Far Too Loud, after signing with Funkatech Records they continued to craft their distinctive sound winning a devoted fan base, international bookings and proving themselves skillful performers and versatile song writers.

For the full Specimen A biography: www.residentadvisor.net/specimena

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Krafty Kuts – LIVE @ Breakspoll 2007

 

Recorded LIVE from Breakspoll 2007 by BBC Radio 1 and aired on the Annie Nightingale Show this is Krafty Kuts LIVE tearing up the dance floor and showing what a true professional he is. His album Freakshow won “Best Album” that year as well as winning the “Outstanding Contribution” category and claiming the award for “Best DJ”.

 

 

 

 

Tracklist

Milke – ‘She Says Inst’ (Fat Records)
Chemical Brothers – ‘Galvanise Acapella’ (Virgin)
Malente – ‘Move Ya Body’ (Unique)
Krafty Kuts – ‘Beer Chucker’ (Deepcut Recordings)
Unknown – ‘Punks Groove’ (CDR)
Krafty Kuts & DJ Icey ‘Thru The Door’(Against The Grain)
Dave Spoon – ‘At Night (Beatvandals Mix)’ (Toolroom)
Malestrom – ‘Disco Funk’ (Menu Music)
Rob Le Pitch – ‘Twisted (Rogue Element & Tom Real Remix)’ (Passenger)
Brothers Bud – ‘Yap Yap’ (Finger Lickin)
Unknown – ‘One In The Mandy’ (CDR)
Krafty Kuts Feat Dynamite MC – ‘There They Go’ (Against The Grain)
Hard Fi – ‘Living For The Weekend (Breaks Mix)’ (CDR)
Scam – ‘Killer (Deepcut Remix)’ (Deepcut Recordings)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Skool of Thought – Triple J The Club – 30.5.2009

 

Lloyd Seymour aka Skool Of Thought was a British Breakbeat Producer/DJ based originally in Brighton UK. Staring off his career at a night called Supercharged in Brighton along with the likes of Ed Solo and Krafty Kuts. Currently based in Australia, Skool of Thought has been a key contributor to ‘nu skool’ breaks scene since it was born into the late nineties. He was driving force of ‘Against the Grain’ and ‘SuperCharged’ record labels, SOT is widely considered to be an ambassador of all things Breaks and Bass.

This mix from Australia’s Triple J Radio from 2009 and is a good indicator of his talent and passion as a DJ and Producer.

 

 

 

 

 

https://soundcloud.com/skool-of-thought