Monday, September 28, 2009

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Felix Stone -Timelab + Mesmer, Llupa, Hellbot remixes


Felix Stone delivers a massive first release on Flextone Recordings... A producer of sublime breaks and nasty acid runs, Felix’s "Time Lab" is quality from start to finish, showing real depth and quality in his production. Felix has also put together the perfect team for remixing: Great big breaks here from Mesmer, Helbot, & Llupa and last but definitely not least Yura Popov & The F Project have cooked up some beautiful prog-house interpretations!!



























http://www.beatport.com/en-US/html/content/release/detail/192616/Time%20Lab <-- clicky clicky ;)

Includes:

01. Original
02. Mesmer Remix
03. Helbot Remix
04. Llupa Remix
05. Yura Popov Remix
06. The F Project Remix

MASSIVE SUPPORT HERE:

Flash Brothers (Armada, Size, Curvve, Baroque, Bedrock, BugEyed, Cr2, Vandit) - Helbot remix is cool.

Stefan Anion (Proton, Distinct'ive, Polytechnic, Olaris, Pacific Front, Shiznit) - The original is very nice. Love the melody and the production is top notch. The Mesmer mix is a belter.

Sasha Le Monnier (C.O.U. Muzik, Source Of Gravity, Balkan Connection, Pangea U.K, Nightshade Music, LuPS) - Nice deep stuff from The F Project & lovely rolling warm prog house from Yura Popov!

Dj Samer (Pangea Records) - Popov Remix for me.

Alex Aguilar (BIT Records, Xela Digital, Jetlag) - Very nice release.

Retroid (Morphosis Records, Ego Shot Recordings, Bonzai, Existence, Pacific Front, System, Toes In The Sand, Tilth, Jetlag) - Wicked release! I like the original, Mesmer Remix and Llupa's Remix, will play them out!

Embliss (Proton, Armada, Morphosis Records, Mistiquemusic, Silk Digital, Green Martian) - Original mix in the bag!!

East CafĂ© (Mistiquemusic, Morphosis, Ocean Drive, Silk Digital) - Wow, great music! Llupa's remix is my fav, but the original has also got potential... and of course Yura's remix... it’s a perfect one to set the mood in the early hours. Funky piece of melodic deep house, hypnotic. These 3 stand out for me!

Lunar Shift (Electrofly, Ego Shot, Flextone Recordings, Bass Reflections, Supatronix Records, Big Square Records) - Original Mix - Nice sounds, strong drums, good tune to open a set with. The break down is well put together and drops back into the track with good effect.

The F Project Mix - I like the idea of having different styles in a remix package. This mix offers something different and has a good groove. One for a dark dirty house room at 2am - Lunar Shift

Lunar Shift Llupa Mix - Much more energy, riff moves along well, strong sounds. Breakdown has good suspense, similar to a trance track, but with more bite. -

Mobius (Ape Music, Dusted Breaks) - Flextone returns with a release from head honcho Felix Stone. The original of this is a progressive, light and musical affair. There is a fairly diverse range of remixes available on the package with the pick of the bunch being Mesmer's, who does what he does best with punchy beats and some warped bass.

Joe Fisher (BIT Records, Balkan Connection, Empro Music) - Mesmer and Original are my favorites! Sweet breakbeat.

Dingle (Baroque, Babylon, Workout, Jetlag Digital, Bellarine, Airport Route, Bonzai) - Yura Popov Remix has lush sounds.

Line of Sight (Morphosis Records, Flextone Recordings) - Amazing package overall! I'll play the original for sure, as well as Mesmer, Llupa and Helbot remixes! The progressive house mixes are really beautiful also!

Youthful Implants (Dead Famous, Sango Music, Flextone Recordings) - Absolutely loving this release. The original is fantastic and I will be playing but also really into the Llupa and Mesmer mixes. Both totally up my street and straight in the bag. Great stuff!

Duane Barry (Progressive Grooves, Polytechnic, Sundesire, Flextone Recordings, Future Lovers) - Mesmer, Helbot and Llupa remixes are all awesome !

Nick Stoynoff (Audio Logic, Particles, Nightshade Music) - Will support the Yura Popov remix, nice work there:)

Daniel Mahuad (Molecular, Perfecto Digital, RRBR, Silk, Jigsaw, Ocean Drive Records) - Great Music Here!

Ilya Malyuev (Vandit Records, Solaris Recordings, Armada Music, Silk, Arctic Wave) - Yura's remix is very good

Karton (Vacation Records, Sound Of Habib, Sango, Trans:verse) - Original and Mesmer remixes are really good.

Tommy Dee (LuPS,SoundTribe,Deepsessions,Underground Lessons) - My picks are the Original Mix and the Yura Popov Remix from this pack. The original is a really energetic progressive breaks track with some cool deep elements! Yura Popov remix is nice progressive house track with a great pumping bassline which driven the track very well. Will play these.

Thursday, September 24, 2009

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Disc Breaks with Llupa - 89 - 24th September 2009


here's the shizzle from last week!

01. Buc Naztee – Deviate [Proton Music]
02. JDS - Purple Funky Monkey (Electrotec Breaks Remix) [TCR]
03. Smile on Impact - STOP! (What Now? remix) [Xelon Entertainment]
04. Future Funk Squad - Blow feat. Mojo [En:Vision Recordings]
05. Kiwa – Dynamite [High Grade Recordings]
06. Far Too Loud, Code Zero - Blackout (Headphonics Remix) [Exogenic Breaks]
07. Attack Release vs. Robosapiens - Trip (Fisso & Spark Remix) [Dead Famous]
08. Deibeat - Cityliners (Isy Remix) [N-Mitysound Records]
09. Saltbread - Raggle Taggle Filth (Neztic Remix) [Flextone Recordings]
10. Sam Hell - Logjammin (Kickflip Remix) [Mofo Recordings]
11. Hedflux, Tom Wilkes - Basscake (Matthew McCurry & Stephen Cole) [Broken Robot Recordings]
12. Neurodriver – Sidewinder [Broken Robot Recordings]
13. Perpetual Present - Neutralise The Acid [Acidphonic Records]
14. Youthful Implants vs. Tigerfunk - Heatseeker (LuQas Remix) [Dead Famous]
15. Parallax Breakz – Vulture [Bass Reflections]
16. New Order - Crystal (Line Of Sight Remix) [CDR]
17. Farace - After The Storm [Kick It Recordings]
18. Hyperion - Chapel Hill [Dead Famous]
19. Smart Apes, Anna Lee - Perfect feat. Kate Miles (The Airstatics Breaks Mix) [Timeline Music]
20. Ghettface, Yanix - Wikked Wayz (BETA Remix) [Ridiculoud]
21. Rennie Pilgrem - Rich Rule Us BSD Remix) [TCR]
22. Product.01 - Ready 2 Rage (Robosapiens Remix) [Dead Famous]
23. Freeflow 45 - Ear Fracture [Bombtraxx Records]
24. Discosynthetique - Vibrate (Freeflow45 Remix) [Bombtraxx Records]
25. Dom Almond - Bad Bwoy [Downbeat]

Disc Breaks with Llupa - 89 - 24th September 2009
Roughly 2 hours, 118MB

Thursday, September 17, 2009

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Disc Breaks with Llupa - 88 - 19th September 2009


Two fat ladies mix

Bit of a mixed bag this week, with lots of new tasty tuna - no mic tho' as this was broadcast from a mates place in Sydney.

01. Dustin Zahn - Stanger (To Stability) (Len Faki X-Break Mix) [Rekids]
02. Vandal & Hyper - Fugazi [Kilowatt]
03. Attack Release vs. Robosapiens - Trip (Fisso & Spark Remix) [Dead Famous]
04. Pilot, Sergey Tkachev - Exciter (ST-One Remix) [Flash Records]
05. Kiwa - Stream Funk [High Grade Recordings]
06. Jurassik & XLY - We Should Be (Run Riot remix) [Sound of Habib]
07. Myagi - Smartbomb (Myagi's Laser Guided Remix) [CDR]
08. Jinx feat Brainz - Big Fat Ass (Kickflip Remix) [Yellow Finger]
09. Jon Maniac - Solar Turbulence [Chipsound Records]
10. Emeyda - Like It [Embeats]
11. Bitrok - The Real (Farace Remix) [Dead Famous]
12. HALOBEATZ - Wicked Style (LLUPA Remix) [VIM Records]
13. Perpetual Present - Neutralise The Acid [Acidphonic Records]
14. Product.01 - Ready 2 Rage (Robosapiens Remix) [Dead Famous]
15. Saltbread - Raggle Taggle Filth (Parallax Breakz Remix) [Flextone Recordings]
16. Mesmer - Glareglaze [Scarcity Records]
17. The Beautiful Burn - Escape From Fire Island (Square Eyes remix) [Flextone Recordings]
18. El Zisco - Viruses [Synergetic Records]
19. Kubatko - Popped Up Rice [Elemental]
20. Smart Apes, Anna Lee - Perfect feat. Kate Miles (The Airstatics Breaks Mix) [Timeline Music]
21. Beatman & Ludmilla - Couldn't Sleep (Beatman and Ludmilla Hands on Shiloh Remix) [Ayra Recordings]
22. New Order - Crystal (Line Of Sight Remix) [CDR]


Disc Breaks with Llupa - 88 - 19th September 2009
Roughly 2 hours, 116MB

Thursday, September 10, 2009

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Disc Breaks with Llupa - 87 - ft. Perpetual Present - 10th September 2009


This week the Disc Breaks guest mix series is very pleased to be bringing you a stompin' set from rising tech funk star Perpetual Present!

This guy caught my attention with Girls & Devices, a slab of a wicked tech funk riding on a solid groove that just works every time. The next serving was Neutralize the Acid / Nothing Real which again clicked all the right buttons, Neutralize being my pic with it's low slunk groove and bleepy hypnotic lead. If you're a fan of breaks that sits firmly between tech and funk then make sure you're tuned in for this guest mix.



Neil Gray (aka Perpetual Present) - English producer, DJ and performer for a variety of electronic music genres. Influences come from a wide spectrum of styles and eras but generally the louder, fatter and funkier the better.

Making noises and experimenting with recording techniques since the mid 90s, Neil formed several bands in his misspent youth, playing either guitar, bass or drums. After graduating Electronics & Music Tech from York University in 2005 and discovering the delights of digital broken beats, he went on to help shape the direction of young label Acidphonic records.

Debut release 'Discoteca' in 2007 gained some underground support and recognition and demonstrated the progressive tech-funk breakbeat sound that is now associated with the label. The aim was simple; to provide some unique, chunky, dirty beats and bass for the modern dancefloor and beyond.

Support in the scene has grown steadily, charting no2 on trackitdown & Djdownload with 'Red Light On' and achieving a no1 spot with 'Girls & Devices' earlier this year. With Dj support from Plump Djs, General midi, Leeroy Thornhill, Ils, James Zabelia, Hexadecimal, BSD, Kultur, Toni Jarvis, expect to hear plenty of fresh tunes and remixes in the coming months.

http://www.myspace.com/perpetualpresent
http://www.acidphonic.co.uk

Cheers to Perpetual Present for the wicked guest mix - if you didn't catch it live, never fear, the archive is here

Llupa

01. Future Funk Squad – Zones [En:Vision Recordings]
02. Product.01 - Ready 2 Rage (Vandal Remix) [Dead Famous]
03. Kiwa – Dynamite [High Grade Recordings]
04. Attack Release vs. Robosapiens - Trip (Fisso & Spark Remix) [Dead Famous]
05. Parallax Breakz - Faith (RMS & Peak Remix) [Ego Shot Recordings]
06. Lady Packa - Destination Paris [VIM Records]
07. Jurassik – Like This (Llupa Remix) [Yellow Finger]
08. Youthful Implants vs. Tigerfunk - Heatseeker (LuQas Remix) [Dead Famous]
09. Freeflow 45 - Ear Fracture [Bombtraxx Records]
10. Future Funk Squad & The Crystal Method - Isolate (Eshericks Remix) [En:Vision Recordings]
11. Ghettface, Yanix - Wikked Wayz (BETA Remix) [Ridiculoud]
12. Leftfield - Phat Planet (Kouncilhouse Remix) [CDR]

Guest Mix – Perpetual Present

01. Quadrat Beat - Spike
02. Perpetual Present - Red Light On
03. NAPT - Fortune (12 inch dub mix)
Atomic Hooligan - I Dont Care (accapella)
04. General Midi - Apollo 8
05. Perpetual Present - Meow
06. General Electric - On The Run
07. Perpetual Present - Use Your Mind
08. Fisso,Spark - You Are Right (Luqas Remix)
09. Perpetual Present - Neutralise The Acid
10. Far Too Loud vs Code Zero - Blackout (Headphonics Remix)
11. Luqas - Replicant
12. Hedflux - Music Is My Weapon
13. Fischerspooner - Emerge (Perpetually Peasant Breaks Bootleg)

Disc Breaks with Llupa - 87 - ft. Perpetual Present - 10th September 2009
Roughly 2 hours, 114MB