Thursday, October 21, 2010

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Disc Breaks with Llupa - 139 - ft. Ritmic Records - 21st October 2010

After a couple of weeks break we're back into the guest mixes here on the Disc Breaks show - this is a special one, as it's a label showcase from a label that I loved when it was around a few years ago and is now back - Ritmic Records. Fans of the label will remember classic tracks from the likes of Downpressor, Bengston and rEalm and for the re-birth of the label Downpressor is back but under a new guise and this mix has been put together by the man running the show now Thomas Binzegger aka Dogz Nadz.



Ritmic Records
Ritmic Records was founded in 2001 by Bengston and enjoyed considerable success with releases and remixes by Downpressor, André Absolut, Elite Force, Boogie Army, Be&See and of course Bengston, amongst others.

UFO by Vactrol is the first sign of life on the Ritmic imprint in over 2 years, and at the same time forms the opener for a new series of sonic attacks to be released in due course. Vactrol delivers two huge objects of unknown origin which are based on a mind-boggling incident that occurred to him back in the summer of 1998: After being hijacked by a flying saucer and taken for a fascinating panoramic sightseeing flight, the UFO crashed right into his backyard swimming pool while approaching for landing. Miraculously, he survived and then managed to back-engineer the UFO's vactrol controlled propulsion and energy generation - hence his name - to design two incredible techhouse tracks which defy our currently accepted physics. The Dogz Nadz approaches the UFO phenomenon from a "nuts-and-bolts" craft perspective and turns it into into a filthy, nasty dubstep monster which comes off like a rotating superconductor in a mercury-based plasma vortex. You don't wanna get caught in this one!

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Big thanks to the Dogz Nadz for the Ritmix showcase mix - it was a stormer! New stuff in my mix from Leuce Rhythms, Home Alone, Kloudbreak and BSD.

Next week - Exclusive album showcase mix from BSD - that will be huge!

Archive - Roughly 2 hours, 112MB
Direct Download - Disc Breaks with Llupa - 139 - ft. Ritmic Records - 21st October 2010
Podcast - Disc Breaks Podcast

Llupa

01. Quade - Throbbin' The Light - Rkidz Breaks Mix Ball Of Waxx
02. Leuce Rhythms - Bad Brain (Bubu Remix)
03. Goldillox - In It Again (Seth Vogt's Dub Mix) M-Toxin Recordings
04. Askii - Endorphins PB-Records
05. Fash - Secrets Silvernoise
06. Karton - All You Need (Angry Pony Remix)
07. Mongewz & Retroid - D.P.S. (Retroid Remix)
08. Kraymon - Big Ravey Bastard En:Vision Recordings
09. Home Alone - The Chameleons (601 Remix) Big Square Records
10. Prato - No Way (Mobius_Remix) Yellow Finger
11. Home Alone - The DJ (Beatsmack Remix) Dead Famous Records
12. BSD - Overestimate Mental Machine Muzik
13. Kloudbreak - The River

Guest Mix - Ritmic Records showcase

01. Vactrol: UFO (Dub Mix)
02. Pleasurecraft: Tarantula (Marten HØrger Remix)
03. Terry Lynn: Kingstonlogic (Angrier mix)
04. Idiot Proof: Gorilla
05. Bengston: Jump
06. Boris Dlugosch: Bangkok (Krafty Kuts Re-Rub)
07. Downpressor: Oxygen
08. Mr. Sofalumpkins: Day The Funk Died
09. Ivory & Wizard: Jonny 5
10. Deekline & Wizard feat DJ Assault: Night Moves (Electric Soulside remaster)
11. Orlando Menthol: Boomberry (Boogie Army & Illy The Kid Remix)
12. Crisp Biscuit #28: No Name (Instrumental)
13. Bengston: The Meal (Be&See Remix)
14. Downpressor: Nine
15. Freestylers feat. Belle Humble: Cracks (CTRL Z Remix)
16. Deekline & Ed Solo feat. DJ Assault: Bass To Make Your Body Move
17. Westbam & Hardy Hard feat. Snoop Dogg: What's Crackin'
18. Disco D & DJ Profit: Booty Bar Anthem
19. Savage: Swing (Bass Kleph Remix)
20. Downpressor: All We Know (Future Funk Squad Remix)
21. We Bang: Smash The Floor 
22. Vactrol: UFO (The Dogz Nadz Dubstep Remix)

Archive - Roughly 2 hours, 112MB
Direct Download - Disc Breaks with Llupa - 139 - ft. Ritmic Records - 21st October 2010
Podcast - Disc Breaks Podcast

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