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Leuce Rhythms are a DJ/Producer duo carved from the cosmos of electronica in a big bang of Broken Beats and booming Bass. They were nominated as Best New Producer & Best New DJ at Breakspoll International Breakbeat awards in 2012 & 2013! With a simple philosophy to fuse together all that is good in electronic music, from pumpin’ funkin’ Breaks to filthy Electro.
Following releases on Hardcore Beats and MOFO Recordings, and a remix for the Dub Pistols on Sunday Best, and of our own Rebel Sketchy’s Acid Drops a couple of years back, the Leeds based duo release their debut artist EP on Ground Level.
The three tracks on Illusion Reality explore different areas of the worlds of bass and electro-breaks. The EP’s title track combines elements of Complextro with deep sub bass and rising melodies. Deeper Down works on a four to the floor electro vibe, using deeper pads and FX to invoke a wide-vision cinematic mood. So Good on the other hand is a peak-time anthem with it’s combination of squelching risers and feel good good chords, all brought together by a female vocal refrain.
Together these tracks combine to show a duo at home with the EP format, and using it to explore and experiment with the larger world of electronic music.
The above release can be purchased at Beatport: www.beatport.com/release/illusion-reality
Here’s what the peeps are saying:
“Loving these tracks 10/10” – Orbital
“ace production, spacious and melodic, like an updated fingerlickin” – Dreadzone
“Good Stuff” – Ed Solo
“Massive” – Jay Cunning
“Like the groove” – Lady Waks
This is a LIVE recorded mix from Leuce Rhythms mixed at label Ground Level’s special event “Bridge The Gap” in Derby UK in the beginning of July this year.
Leuce Rhythms – LIVE @ Bridge the Gap – 4.7.2014
1) My Nu Leng – Masterplan ft Fox(Zed Bias Remix)
2) BreaKNekZ – Don’t Be Sad
3) Mesmer – Ignition
4) Janette Slack & Some DJ – Kut Me Sum (B-Side Remix)
5) Mesmer – Rush
6) Kuplay – Skinny World
7) Leuce Rhythms Vs Breaksjunky – What What What! (unmastered)
8) Leuce Rhythms – Illusion Reality
9) Leuce Rhythms – So Good
10) Leuce Rhythms – Deeper Down
11) Leuce Rhythms – Creature Features
12) Leuce Rhythms – None Shall Pass (released mid Sept ’14)
13) Leuce Rhythms – HaLEUCEinations
Another Retro mix for you this week, courtesy of Bertie Dastard and the Free Breaks Blog. This time the legendary outfit of the Tear Out Breaks scene, The Breakfastaz. This mix is from March 2005 pretty was much at the height of the Nuskool Breaks Tear Out sound. Although the Breakfastaz are no longer together they certainly shaped the sound of breaks into some of the sounds we hear today.
Former members Froe, Gav and Merf made up the nu-skool breaks collective known as The Breakfastaz. They had been working together on a number of musical projects for several years and the wide-ranging influences they collectively bring have helped to form their unique breakbeat sound.
With over 20 successful releases and remixes on respected breaks labels such as Passenger, Mob, and Against The Grain in little over 2 years , their offerings received support and heavy rotation from scene stalwarts such as Plump DJs, The Freestylers, Tayo, Ali B, Meat Katie, Aquasky, Krafty Kuts, Deekline and even catching the ear of Zane Lowe, highlighting the enormous impact they’ve had on the scene in such a short period of time.
Their hard work was recognised, with the guys being featured on the front cover of IDJ’s ‘Players Of The Year 2004’ alongside the likes of Mylo and The Shapeshifters and also winning Best Breakthrough Act at the Breakspoll World Breakbeat Awards 2005, as well as being nominated for the Best DJ, Best Remix and Best Compilation awards in 2006.
For those of you who aren’t at that thing in the desert, Armory Podcast creator and Space Cowboy, DJ Zach Moore, is on the 1s and 2s this week. This is Zach’s set as recorded live at CO.Inside in Denver, CO on July 25th. We hope you like!
1. Shock Out – Lady Waks And Marten Horger feat. Nu Jam
2. Nobody to Love (Jakwob Remix, DJ Icey Edit) – SIGMA
3. Play The Game – Agent K
4. Marina Gasolina (808 Refix) – Pete Graham, Chris Lorenzo
5. The Wiz is a Genius (Icey Rerub) – Cutwizard Albee
6. What’s That Sound (PURE SX & MUTANTBREAKZ Remix) – Josh Chambers
7. Nexx Up (7DB Edit) – Zinc
8. Blasted (Original Mix) – Colombo
9. Just a Beat (Merlyn’s Basic Beat Redo) – Jack Beats
10. Beats In My Trunk (Mafia Kiss Remix) – Bella
11. World Domination – Mutantbreakz, Knox!
12. Renegade Master (DJ Icey Rerub) – Sultan, Ned Shepard
13. Jerk That (Feat. Eboi) (Dustin Hulton Remix) – Stanton Warriors
14. That’s The Way (DJ Chaos Vocal Remix) – Kyle Cross, Nablidon
15. Jack Rabbit – Defkline
16. Handz Up (Stanton Warriors Remix) – Ed Solo, Deekline, MC Flipside
16. Retromus – Colombo
17. Falling feat. Laura Steel (Stanton Warriors Remix) – The Freestylers
18. Bump (VIP Mix) – DJ Icey
20. Sincere [Elite Force Revamp] – MJC
As a member and resident of Space Cowboys, DJ Zach Moore spins events from San Francisco to the Black Rock Desert to New York City and beyond. Over his ten-year career, Zach has played epic, sold-out events like Outside Lands, Burning Man, Treasure Island Music Festival, Lightning in a Bottle, PEX Summer Fest, GhostShip Halloween and the legendary Breakfast of Champions.
In San Francisco nightlife, Zach is known for three distinct styles of dance music: party-rockin UK & Florida breaks, funky nu-school house and soothing, atmospheric house which he plays under the alias, W.Haze. Zach is also known as the creator of The Armory Podcast and for his work on The RIPEcast, the Space Cowboys’ Breakspoll-nominated, electronic music podcast.
For more information on Zach visit www.djzachmoore.com
Artwork by www.jempanufnik.com
It’s hard to believe it’s been 6 years since Force Majeure first party back in 2008 at Ambar Nightclub. In that time we’ve hosted so many amazing artists from local legends to international superstars including Kito, Loops of Fury, Reset!, Designer Drugs, Marten Horger, Nick Thayer, South Rakkas Crew, J-Trick, Emoh Instead, ShockOne, Swick, Dirtyloud, SKisM, Far Too Loud, Doctor Werewolf, and so many more.
@beatslappaz are some of Perth’s foremost breakbeat producers, back after a brief hiatus, they played the first Force Majeure show back in ’08 so there was no other choice but to bring them back for the 6th birthday. With a slew of recent releases as well as winning the Marten Horger remix comp for the Stanton Warriors label Punks, 2014 is already looking massive for these boys!
More Event details here: goo.gl/wDedgc