Pecoe – Monster Mix 2

 

 

These tunes are a collection or showcase mix of music i have made over the last few years be it edits, remixes or official releases and remixes through labels such as Cuttin It Fine, Breakbeat Paradise or That’s Not An Edit.

This mix is basically a highlight of some of my better tracks that i thought you guys would like to hear in a continuous form. 44 tracks all up and 2 and half hours of music, mixed in key at 117bpm. This is also a studio mix made in Ableton, i hope you dig this funky breaks affair. x 🙂

Another note: There are a couple of tracks in there that were made for labels but never quite got there. Kudos if you can work out which ones.

 

Catch my first Monster Mix i did 3 years ago here:

 

 

 

 

 

Tracklist

Chuck Brown & The Soul Searchers – Blow Your Whistle (Pecoe Edit)
Funk Edwards – Streaker (Pecoe Remix)
Improve
James Brown – Get Up Offa That Thing (Pecoe Edit)
The Greatest Jiggy
Marvin
Rock That Beat
MFSB – Get Down With The Philly Sound (Pecoe Edit)
Lakeside – Fantastic Voyage (Pecoe Edit)
Freak a Hussle
Funk It Up
The Jackson Sisters – Miracles (Pecoe Edit)
Splash Of Funk
Watch The Music
Margaret Singana – Why Did You Do It (Pecoe Edit)
Big Beat
Come Down
Shake The Room
Bob James – Shamboozie (Pecoe Edit)
The Funk Phenomenon
Pecoe & Rockmaster Rus B – Shake It
Dance Floor
Funk For The Renegade Master
Funky Beat
Give It Up
I Can’t Get No Sleep
Kick It Fresh
Rihanna – Don’t Stop The Music (Pecoe Edit)
Pecoe – Public Enemy Number 1
James Brown – Too Funky In Here (Pecoe Edit)
The Brother Johnson – Ain’t We Funkin Now (Pecoe Edit)
Summer Rain
Kenny Beeper & MC Shureshock & Snuze – Freefall (Pecoe Remix)
Black Masala – Above The Clouds (Pecoe Remix)
Bite The Dust
Snap – The Power (Pecoe Remix)
Star Struck
Feeling Funky
Back To The Beat
Chali 2na – Comin Thru (Pecoe Remix)
Kurtis Blow – The Breaks (Pecoe Edit)
David Bowie – Golden Years (Pecoe Remix)
Kriss Kross – Jump (Pecoe Edit)
Free – Alright Now (Pecoe Edit)

 

 

Pecoe – Retro Breaks Mix Volume 6

 

 

Every time i make one of these mixes i always come across great music that i had forgotten about over the years. This mix highlights some of these tracks with tunes from the late 1990’s up to the late 2000’s, 23 breaks tracks all up ranging from the early Nu Skool Breaks to the more Progressive to Bootlegs and to the late 2000’s types of Breaks where production of tunes were just on point.

 

 

 

 

Tracklist

ILS – Music (Evil Nine Remix)
Adam Freeland – 1799
Infusion – Dead Souls (Evil Nine Remix)
Soul Of Man – Sukdat (Rogue Element Remix)
Young MC – Knowhow (Stanton Warriors Remix)
Drumattic Twins – Feelin Kinda Strange
Plump DJs – Shifting Gears (Stanton Warriors Remix)
T-Power Ft Amaziree – Running
Uptown Connection – L.A.
Sourmash – Pilgrimage To Paradise (BLIM’s Bourbon Bass Mix)
Invincible – Mean Streets
Evil Nine – They Live
Drumattic Twins – Thinkin About You
Koma & Bones – Face Facts
Rennie Pilgrem – Some Place Funky (Plump DJs remix)
Stanton Warriors – Night Mover
Koma & Bones – Medium Cool (Bassbin Twins Remix)
Stanton Warriors – Precinct (Plump DJs Remix)
Unknown – T Break Vs The Hives
Vigi – Blow My Mind (General Midi Remix)
Orbital – Nothing Left (Tsunami One Remix)
Plump DJs – Electric Disco
Unknown – Pink Sly

 

 

Lee Coombs – Triple J Mixup – December 2004

 

 

One of the pioneers in the early 2000’s breaks scene Lee Coombs became a popular artist and DJ after releasing music on the world renowned breaks label Finger Lickin Records. Lee has a special style in music so when the Tech Funk genre started to flair up he fitted right in with that close to 4 on the floor and a hint of breakbeat. Lee is still around today and has been airing streams over the internet during these CO-VID times.

This mix was recorded for Triple J Radio Australia in 2004 and is an example of Lee’s musical style.

For a Lee Coombs Biography: www.residentadvisor.net/dj/leecoombs/biography

 

 

 

 

 

Adam Freeland – LIVE @ Roxy Prague – 22.10.2004

 

 

Considered one of the pioneers of the Nu Skool Breaks sound and an innovative person in trying out new sounds Adam Freeland had many a hit back in the day. Heading the very start of the breaks scene back in the late 1990’s and playing the very most underground acts of that time Adam promoted the very early breaks music through DJing and the Breakbeat Show at Kiss FM as well as starting his own record label Marine Parade records. Never one to shy away from making white label bootleg records back then he went under various aliases, but you could always tell it was him from his particular style of music production.

This mix was recorded live back in 2004 at Roxy, Prague and contains basically all of his greatest hits, enjoy this 2hr 30min set.

Thanks to Antis for the MP3.

For more information about Adam Freeland: www.en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Adam_Freeland

 

 

 

 

 

The Rogue Element – Triple J Mixup – 5.8.2006

 

 

The Rogue Element were a DJ/Producer duo haling from the UK consisting of members Ben Medcalf and James Tomlinson. Ben, the original member of The Rogue Element certainly needs no introduction. An international DJ, Breakspoll award winning producer and has released on labels such as Skint, Exceptional and Fat Records. He has remixed and collaborated for the likes of Fat Boy Slim, Lee Coombs, Krafty Kuts, Stanton Warriors, Soul of Man and the list goes on.

James known to others as Call Me T is a solo artist in his own right. Both were at the top of the scene when the Tech Funk Breakbeat genre was at it’s height and released a lot of music through the now defunct LOT49 label.

This mix was recorded for Triple J Radio Australia back in 2006.