B-Roll – Finger Lickin Records Tribute Mix



With the recent Finger Lickin Records reunion boat party B-Roll had the inspiration to put togther a mighty tribute of a mix to the Finger Lickin label and crew. Nearly 2 hours worth of some of the finest releases from the label it’s great to hear tunes that shaped the very foundation of the breaks scene.






The Sting (Micky Slim Remix) – Brothers Bud
Yap Yap – Brothers Bud
The Sting – Brothers Bud
Space Bass Rock – Slyde
Funk Hits the fan – Plump DJs
Kiss Kiss Bang Bang – Slyde
Crazy Jack – brothers Bud
Scram – Plump DJs
Groove Diggin – Stereo 8
You’re my fix (Utah Saints Remix) – Slyde
The Push – Plump DJs
Frequency (Miles Dyson Rmemix) – Slyde
Creepshow (Soul of Man) – Plump DJs
Vibrate to This – Slyde
SukDat (rogue Element) – Soul of Man
Blackjack – Plump DJs
Feelin kinda strange (Bass Kleph and Nick Thayer Remix) – Drummatic Twins
Dr Dub – Plump DJs
Don’t be so Drummatic – Drummatic Twins
Future Sound of Retro (2008 remix) – Lee Coombs
Disco Daze (Disco Mix) – Jam Stone and JC
Foxy Moron – Soul of Man
Herbgrinder – (Drummatic Twins Remix) – Brothers Bud
Electric Disco – Plump DJs



Stanton Warriors – LIVE @ Kiss FM – 27.9.2010



The Stanton Warriors have discography 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 Dom of the Stanton Warriors when he took over the decks on Ali B’s Kiss FM show back in 2010.

For a Stanton Warriors biography : www.en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Stanton_Warriors





Myagi – Promo Mix December 2009


Producing as Myagi and Sole Claw, Andrew Mavor has seen support from a huge variety of sources, Ministry Of Sound, John Peel and Annie Nightingale to name a few. His original music shows up in video games, tv ads, movie trailers and cell phone apps, and on the sound design front he designs synth patches, creates expansion packs and is commissioned to create audio presets for various pieces of software.

Over the course of his career, Myagi has carved out a role as one of Canada’s major contributors to electronic music. Critically acclaimed releases abound – his debut artist album got a 9/10 from much lauded Dj Mag – and his remixes are far too numerous to list, though mixes for The Crystal Method, Soul of Man, Malente and Ursula 1000 are worth noting.





Morlack – Massive Breaks (Old Breaks Mixes Exclusive) – 23.7.2019



Hailing from the streets of Paris local Parisian DJ & Producer Morlack wants to take you on a journey back in time as he pays homage to breakbeat tunes from around 10 years ago with this exclsuive mix for Old Breaks Mixes. Charting the top of Juno Download Morlack is one funky artist and he has put together this special DJ mix just for Old Breaks Mixes, not an old breaks mix as such but a great mix of old tunes. This mix is pretty damn good too !






Freestylers – Groove Radio International – 28.9.2010



The original members of the Freestylers are Matt Cantor and Aston Harvey who started off their musical careers in the mid 1990’s. They released their first two albums ‘We Rock Hard’ and ‘Pressure Point’ on the legendary Breakbeat label Freskanova. The third and forth albums ‘Raw as F**k’ and ‘Adventures in Freestyle’ were released on ‘Against The Grain’another Breaks power house based label. Their last album from 2013 ‘The Coming Storm’ was released through Black Hole Recordings.

The Freestylers began their career as an Urban Electronic Music Act, and their early tunes ‘B-Boy Stance,’ ‘Ruffneck’ and ‘Warning’ set the marker. As their music progressed so did their anthems with the seminal tunes ‘Punks’, ‘Boom Blast’, ‘Fasten Your Seat-Belts,’ ‘Painkiller’ and more recently ‘Cracks.’ In addition to their status as underground heroes, they have gained commercial success with their huge global hit ‘Push Up’ and have had their music featured in TV and film, including the hugely successful comedy film Zoolander.

This is one of my favourite mixes 🙂





Ellis D & Rennie Pilgrem – LIVE @ Rough Tempo Radio June 2010


Both Ellis D & Rennie Pilgrem have been in the EDM scene since the beginning of time (haha) and both were a part of an act called Rhythm Section along with Richie T & Nick Newton. Rhythm Section were an electronic rave act before Ellis D & Rennie Pilgrem moved onto their own careers as an artist. This mix from 2010 was recorded LIVE at Rough Tempo Radio a place at that time that had guest mixes from top breakbeat acts. The mix itself starts out with some old school breaks sounds as Rhythm Section then moves on to individual mixes from Rennie Pilgrem & Ellis D.