Plump DJs Vs Soul Of Man – Mixed By B-Roll



B-Roll takes step back in time with another retro mix between the 2 heavy weight of breaks and long time contributors to the scene. In this mix Soul of Man and The Plump DJs are going head-to-head with their classic Breakbeat tunes. One track each, alternating and continuing for a near 2 hour mix of their classic music.






1 Fingerlickin intro
2 System Addict Plump DJs
3 Soul of Man – Big Up The Noise Soul of Man
4 Scram (Original Mix) Plump DJs
5 The Drum (Groove Diggaz Remix) Soul of Man
6 The Gate Plump DJs
7 MylowDownDirty (Original Mix) Soul Of Man
8 Mad Cow Plump DJs
9 Soul of Man – Shake Em Down Soul of Man
10 Funk Hits The Fan (Original Mix) Plump DJs
11 Acid Punch (Brothers Bud Remix Soul of Man
12 Blackjack (Original Mix) Plump DJs
13 Soul of Man – Gonna Keep On Soul of Man
14 Creepshow Plump DJs
15 Foxy Moron (Original Mix) Soul Of Man
16 Electric Disco (Original Mix) Plump DJs
17 Soul of Man – Scatterbox Soul of Man
18 Big Groovy Fucker Plump DJs
19 Soul of Man – Outback Soul of Man
20 Plumpy Chunks Plump DJs
21 Soul of Man – Dizzy Heights Soul of Man
22 Like a Boulder (Original Mix) Plump DJs
23 SukDat (Rogue Element Remix) Soul Of Man
24 The Push (Original Mix) Plump DJs
25 Trouble! Feat The Ragga Twins (Deepcut Rmx) Soul of Man
26 Invincible Plump DJs
27 Soul of Man – Kickback Soul of Man
28 Super Imploder Plump DJs
29 Soul Of Man – Dirty Waltzer Soul of Man
30 Plump DJs – Don’t Let Go Plump DJs



Rennie Pilgrem Vs BLIM – LIVE @ Breakspoll – 25.2.2005



Two of the heavy weight artists that took the breaks movement to the next level would have to be Rennie Pilgrem and BLIM. Rennie considered the godfather of breaks and BLIM with his own unique style as a producer. Both artists providing various anthems over the years and both pushing the sound of breaks to the masses. Where BLIM is these days i do not know but Rennie is back in the studio producing a new album during the lockdown and believe it or not he is releasing it on the legendary TCR Records.

This mix was recorded live at the Breakspoll Awards back in 2005 and it has Rennie & BLIM going back to back with also the vocal talents of MC Chickaboo.





Stanton Warriors – Breezeblock Mix – 5.3.2001



The Stanton Warriors have disography about as long as my arm ! Consisting of Dominic Butler and Mark Yardley, the duo have performed internationally at festivals and parties in Europe, America, Asia and Australia. Their name was taken from a manhole cover, made by Stanton Ironworks, which seemed fitting with their style of underground, cutting edge music.

This mix is from the era of Nuskool Breaks and produced for Breezeblock radio show back in 2001.





Krafty Kuts – LIVE @ Carpas Yerbabuena – 19.7.2003



Krafty Kuts, real name Martin Reeves is one of the most influential people in the electronic music scene today with experience as a DJ / Producer for more than two decades. Never one to be tied down to a defined genre Krafty has mixed it with the best and has crafted (pardon the pun) the breaks scene in to what it is today. Many artists have come and gone over the years but Krafty is still here leading the way !

This mix was recorded live way back in 2003 ! Thanks to Jamie from Spain for this rare mix.





DJ Steve Thorpe – Tangled Breaks – Lockdown Live Stream – May 2020



With more and more people in COVID-19 lockdown the amount of live streams have increased rather dramatically. In this mix we have DJ Steve Thorpe playing a 2 hour set of classic breakbeat anthems mixed with new music and beats.






1. Future Sound Of London – We are explosive – Kurtis Mantronix mix
2. Freestylers – Check the skillz
3. Drummatic Twins – Feelin Kinda strange
4. Beginnerz – Reckless Girl
5. Rennie Pilgrem – Sheffield Steal
6. Precision Cuts – Smart breaks in the place
7. Mekon – Whats Goin On feat Roxanne Shante (Junior Cartier mix)
8. Zero B – Lock Up
9. Plump Djs – The Push
10. Krafty Kuts & Tim Deluxe – Bass Phenomenon
11. Bombo Rosa – Numeros
12. Brassica – Wryders
13. Bushwacka – Monster
14. Stanton Warriors – Romantica
15. Blowfelt – Lickle Rolla
16. Almighty Beatfreakz – Resident Soundboyz
17. Hackney Soldiers – Hold tight
18. Public Enemy – Bass how low can you go (Acapella)
19. DJ Groove & Saint Rider – Bring the vibe (Freestylers /Lady Waks remix)
20. Zero – Emit collect (Rennie Pilgrem Agatha stomp mix)
21. Pirate Jams – Sweets from Heaven
22. Arc en Ciel – The Juice
23. X-press 2 – Smoke machine (Koma & Bones remix)
24. Guau – Zero
25. Plump DJs – Invincible
26. Throwing Snow – Simmer
27. Adam Freeland – We want your soul (Acapella)
28. Douglas Adams – Shadow of the valleys VIP
29. Stone Roses – Fools Gold (Grooverider remix)
30. Electroliners – Loose Caboose (Bassbin twins remix)
31. E-lustrious – Dance No More (Kodo remix)
32. Cutter – The Blow
33. Stanton Warriors – XTC
34. 808 State – Pacific State (Circa 92 remix)
35. Editors – Upside down – (Joris Voorn remix)
36. Blapps Posse – Bus it (its time to get busy)



Fort Knox Five – DC’s Finest Volume 2


All the way back from March 2007 Fort Knox Five present DC’s Finest Volume 2.

During the lockdown we’ve done a bit of spring cleaning and opened up the Fort Knox Vaults. A fun rediscovery has been the epic DC’s Finest Volumes 1-4 Mix Series from over a decade ago! The mixes are chock full of mash-ups, remints & edits from our early FK1000 & BOMBS releases. We’ve decided to share these classic FK5 mixes with all of you, and for the first time ever will release the DC’s Finest Remixes that made these mixes so much fun. We’re giving away all this music, but please consider “Name Your Price” at checkout, and pay what you can to support Independent Music & Musicians

Download on Bandcamp: “Name Your Price” Free download of individual DC’s Finest Remixes & DC’s Finest Volume 2 DJ Mix:






Party Like That Y’all
Roots In FK-OS
Holler Back Sugar
Oddest Mouse
Green Tambourine
Can’t Get Next To boot
Funky Diggable Brass
Shoulda Known Better
Brothers Gonna Work It Out