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






Atomic Hooligan Vs Lee Coombs – Mixed by B-Roll



Two of the power houses in the early Nu Skool breaks scene of the 2000’s were Atomic Hooligan and Lee Coombs. Atomic Hooligan more on the breakbeat tip and Lee Coombs more on the Tech Funk side of things. B-Roll brings them both together for another tribute mix of back to back music.






1 Obsessional Rhythm Andy Gardner, Lee Coombs
2 Wait Till You’re Sleeping (Aquasky Remix) Atomic Hooligan
3 Alright All Night Lee Coombs
4 Wiggiddi Atomic Hooligan
5 Monologue (Lee Coombs & Kostas G remix) Future Funk Squad
6 Smoke & Mirrors – Ben & Lex Re Atomic Hooligan
7 Control Lee Coombs
8 You Wot Blud – Atomic Hooligan Atomic Hooligan
9 Fallout Lee Coombs
10 You Are Here Atomic Hooligan
11 The future sound of retro Lee Coombs
12 I Don’t Care (Tomcraft Remix) Atomic Hooligan
13 Detox Lee Coombs



Lee Coombs – LIVE @ Facebook – 5.4.2020



Yes that’s right another Facebook stream has gone down in the time of CO-VID19 and this time the legend that is Lee Coombs mixes for the people a live set of vinyl classics live from his studio.

If you want an mp3 of this set I’ve converted it into a 320kbps file for download direct via my Dropbox, enjoy 🙂

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Lee Coombs – LIVE @ Glastonbury – 27.6.2004



The Glastonbury Festival is a five-day festival of contemporary performing arts that takes place near Pilton, Somerset, UK. In addition to contemporary music, the festival hosts dance, comedy, theatre, circus, cabaret, and many other arts. Leading pop and rock artists have headlined, alongside thousands of others appearing on smaller stages and performance areas.

This mix was part of Annie Nightingale’s Glastonbury Breakbeat Special back in June 2004.

For more information about the Glastonbury Festival : www.en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Glastonbury_Festival






Lee Coombs – Triple J Mixup – 28.6.2003


Lee Coombs started his DJing career in the late 80’s producing his first track under the guise of The Invisible Men. With a chance meeting with Finger Lickin label boss Justin Rushmoore Lee found a home to release his special brand of music.

This mix was recorded for Triple J Radio Australia in 2003 and is a great example of Lee’s musical style and taste.

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

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