Fat Breaks Volume 1 Mixed by Atomic Hooligan & Jay Cunning


Taking it back to the Oldschool with some Nuskool long time Breaks sceners Atomic Hooligan & Jay Cunning had special privilege in mixing the latest release from Fat! Records. A collection of tracks from the back catalog of Fat! Records with some tracks being over 10 years old !

When it comes to record labels in the golden era of Breakbeat music, Fat! is up there as one of the most consistent, original and standard setting on the global scene… Along with their legendary night ‘Chew the Fat’ at the End in London, the label pioneered a sound in music that will live forever in the souls of ravers all over the world.

Luminary artists such as Foamo, Maribou State, Bondax and Baobinga (Sam Binga) and many others passed through the label in its earlier years and created a sound that was rooted in club culture and helped evolve the diverse Bass & Breakbeat sound.

The very first releases featured the likes of Peacemaker, The Apollo Kids, Merka, Tayo & Kickflip releasing tunes and remixes on the label that will live in Breakbeat folklore…. This is what we are here to celebrate! Re-mastered, re-uploaded, and re-presented for you to re-live your heady days of the naughtys! Fat! Records are proud to present to you Fat! Breaks Vol 1.

Taking a snap shot of the labels earliest highlights from its Breakbeat beginnings, these tunes represent a time in music when influences were flying around like model spitfires at a Saturday morning remote control plane meeting in the park. Techno, early Grime, Garage, Drum & Bass, House, were all being fused into a cohesive melee of breaks and basslines which captured the essence of everything that was fresh and new in the club and dance music at the time, whilst giving a nod to the past with a sprinkling of Disco, old skool Hip Hop and Jungle.

Fat! has since progressed onto releasing some of the finest House, techno and pop infused dance music in the past decade, but its former years will always have a special place in the hearts and minds of many.




All the tracks in this mix can be purchased here: www.smarturl.it/FATBREAKS






Atomic Hooligan – Sex Drugs & Blah Blah Blah Promo Mix 2008



This 18 minute promo mix from Atomic Hooligan is from 2008 and a special promo preview mix of their album Sex, Drugs & Blah Blah Blah which was released in the UK in 2008 under the Botchit & Scarper label. A label well renowned for releasing some quality Nuskool Breaks back in the day.






Krafty Kuts vs Atomic Hooligan – LIVE @ Breakspoll 2006



Taking it way back to 2006 is this very special mix recorded LIVE by Annie Nightingale for her BBC Radio 1 Show at the Breakspoll awards from 2006. Krafty Kuts and Atomic Hooligan drop some Breakbeat bombs to the much hyped crowd in this classic set of back to back mixing from two of the greatest and well known artists from the Breaks scene.






Atomic Hooligan – LIVE @ Breakspoll 2008




This mix was recorded LIVE by BBC Radio and aired back in 2008 along with a bunch of other mixes on the famous Annie Nightingale Radio Show. I personally ripped, downloaded, bypassed the BBC Radio Player at that time for this mix. Breakspoll was a very special event back then and was the highlight of the Breaks scene throughout the world.

Next up are Breakbeat guru’s Atomic Hooligan LIVE with a 9 piece band at Fabric Nightclub 2008.

For more information about Atomic Hooligan : www.en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Atomic_Hooligan

This mix is part of Breakzlinkz Retro series: www.breakzlinkz.net/retro/










Atomic Hooligan – Promo Mix November 2006




This promo mix from back in 2006 from Atomic Hooligan was around the same time they released the album You Are Here (The Remixes) on the label Botchit and Scarper. Some of the tracks are from the album plus the original album You Are Here along with some technical scratching from Terry. A glimpse back to the heyday of Breaks.

For more information aboput Atomic Hooligan : www.en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Atomic_Hooligan

This mix is part of Breakzlinkz Retro series: www.breakzlinkz.net/retro/