Plump DJs – Breezeblock Mix – 2.10.2000



From over 20 years ago the quality of the is mix still sounds as fresh as today. This mix was aired on the BBC Radio’s weekly progamme called The Breezeblock or Breezeblock as it was known. The Breezeblock first premiered back in 1997 and focused mainly on electronic music, the show was hosted by Mary Anne Hobbs and eventually got renamed to Mary Anne Hobbs: BBC Radio 1’s Experimental Show in 2006.

This legendary mix from the Plump DJs shows just how ahead of their time they were in the Breaks genre and what made them into the legendary and well known breaks act they are today.






Plump DJ’s – I’ll Get Ya (Finger Lickin)
Aphradan Feat. Jenny Bean – Strut (Ruff City)
DJ Zinc – 138 Track (Phase One)
Frisky Feat. Vee – I Like The Way (Plump DJ’s Vocal Remix) (Positiva)
Plump DJ’s – Fever (Finger Lickin)
DJ Kin & Robloe – Scarface (Dark Dub Mix) (Pulse Recordings)
Belushi – Evolution (Loaded)
Sky Box – The Break (Pierre et Giles Original Mix) (Rosenberg)
Voodoo Dredd vs. Ali G – Voodoo Magic
Plump DJ’s – Big Groovy Fu**er (Finger Lickin)
Aquasky vs. Masterblaster – Sureshot (Botchit Breaks)
Duncan Forbes & Laurent Webb – My Acid House Mate (Wiggle)
Bushwacka! – The Sound (Oblong)
Oscar Goldman – Thrust 2 (Lee Coombs Remix)
Plump DJ’s – Scram (Finger Lickin)
Elektronauts – Bumper (Plump DJ’s Remix) (Lacerba)



Soul Of Man – Urban Revolution Kink FM – 29.5.2004



Finger Lickin Records were the home to many great Breakbeat artists and DJs. Started back in 1998 by Justin Rushmoore and Jem Panufnik (known collectively as Soul of Man) they were at the forefront innovating the breaks scene with new music and artists, selling a pile of vinyl records throughout the year 2000 and onwards.

This mix is from 2004 and was aired on Kink FM on the Loes Lee show Urban Revolution.

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Tayo – Triple J Mixup – 7.2.2004



Basically Tayo is a legend when it comes to the breakbeat scene…..

After paying his warm up dues as a drum and bass DJ alongside Fabio, Grooverider and Peshay, Tayo set up Friction with fellow members of the breakbeat elite, Adam Freeland and Rennie Pilgrem and watched the club and it’s residents become a focal point for the UK breakbeat sound.

With other residencies back in the day at Fabric, Bugged Out! and Big Beat Boutique to name a few and various appearances on the Kiss FM Breakbeat show Tayo made a name for himself as a DJ playing along side the likes of Carl Cox, Layo & Bushwacka, Hybrid, Lee Burridge and Craig Richards as well as the endless people he met while on his travels around the world.

After a 2 month stint in Australia playing various clubs and festivals Tayo put together the exclusive mix for Triple J Radio back in February 2004.

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Stanton Warriors – Annie on Radio 1 – 3.8.2003



Dominic Butler and Mark Yardley aka the Stanton Warriors really need no introduction. Being in the EDM scene for quite a while now the lads have toured the world countless times produced a huge catalogue of music including remixes, albums and also releasing music under different alias’s.

This mix from 2003 was aired on the Annie Nightingale show known at the time as Annie on One. (BBC Radio 1).

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Adam Freeland – Triple J Mixup – 3.11.2001



Considered one of the pioneers of the Nu Skool Breaks sound and an innovative person in trying out new sounds Adam Freeland had many a hit back in the day specially on his own label Marine Parade with which he promoted other top Breaks acts in the early 2000’s. This mix was recorded for Australia’s Triple J Radio back in 2001 while he was on tour in Australia.

20 years ago ! Damn.

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DJ Groovecellar – Back To The Roots – Breakbeat Ride



This is a DJ mix with a twist. Gathering some of his older favourite breaks tunes DJ Groovecellar has added his own touch on each track editing them with extra vocals and effects creating a mix of older tunes but adding his version of each track. Check out the Soundcloud link where he goes into a description of each track in the mix in the comments.