Synthetic Hype – LIVE @ Drop Fest 2014

Synthetic Hype - LIVE @ Drop Fest 2014



00:00 – BELLA – Get It
03:00 – DJ FIXX – Drop The Bomb
06:24 – JE BOOGIE – Ass Like
09:05 – CURTIS B – Dat Beat
12:01 – DJ FIXX & KEITH MACKENZIE – Soulstice
13:44 – CALVIN HARRIS – Summer(Diplo Remix)
15:56 – ELO FT MR. LEXX – Wicked (Jumodaddy Remix)
17:39 – CURTIS B – Let It Bounce
20:42 – A-TRAK & OLIVER – Disco Nap
24:22 – KEVIN IRVING – Never Let Go (A-Trak Remix)
26:52 – CURTIS B – Traphouse Pop
28:42 – PIXL – Rat Twist
31:39 – DAFT PUNK – Harder, Better, Faster, Stronger (Dillon Francis Remix)
34:57 – HERE TO STAY – Zomboy Ft Lady Chann (Astronaut Remix)
37:38 – PERFECT KOMBO – Intercooler
41:18 – SHADE K – Killer
44:28 – SHADE K – Listening To Reggae
47:10 – CURTIS B – Snatch
48:52 – ZOMBOY – Patient Zero
53:01 – SHADE K – Quiet
56:01 – KID PANEL – Rock U

Breaksjunky – Spaceport Terminal 2 Set Boomtown Fair 2014

Breaksjunky - Last Aid Set Boomtown Fair 2014


Winner of Breakspoll 2014 for Best New DJ and Best Radio Show, Breaksjunky smashes out the LIVE mix recorded at the Spaceport Terminal 2 stage at this years Boomtown Fair.


King Of The Bongo – Screwface (Stereotype Remix)
Bring the Noise – Chuckie Vs. Public Ememy (F^K Y3AH! Breaks Mix)
Anything Can Happen – Ellie Goulding (Frenzy Breaks Edit)
Get Down Low – TC
Gucci Kicks – Agent K
Move Yo Butt – Dirt Monkey
Let it Bounce – Curtis B
Tooby – Aggresivnes
Freak Dat – DJ Fixx, Keith Mackenzie
Booty Call – Baby Anne, DJ Hero
Build Up – Chris Lake (Frenzy’s Fucking Rage Edit)
Got That 808 – DJ Fixx
Crooked – Evil Nine
What What What! – Leuce Rhythms Vs. Breaksjunky (OUT SEPT!)
All That Junk – Zen Cartel, Breaksjunky

Leuce Rhythms – Illusion Reality EP + LIVE Mix

Leuce Rhythms


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:

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

Breakfastaz – Coda Mix March 2005



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.