Thursday, December 29, 2011

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Disc Breaks with Llupa – 187 - 29th December 2011

well, the last show of 2011! I'd thought I'd go back to the roots of what the Disc Breaks show is all about - bringing you the best from the deeper end of breaks.... so, there are some new tracks (RUNE, Warped) and some classics (Glack, Scarcity, DSUK) all with the deepness that you and I love

I want to send a big thank you to all of you that tune in live, download the archives each week and drop me emails or FB messages - thanks for the support, it makes it all so much more rewarding knowing that peeps around the world are listening. Also, a massive thanks to all the artists and labels that work tirelessly all year bringing us the quality we love for nothing but the love - thank you.

see you all in 2012!

Archive - Roughly 2 hours, 118MB
Direct Download - Disc Breaks with Llupa - 187 - 29th December 2011
Podcast - Disc Breaks Podcast

01. Dream Logic - Wake Me Up [Morphosis Limited]
02. A-Mase - Emotions & Dreams (Digital Department Remix)[Digital Sensation UK]
03. Stiven Rivic, Michael & Levan - Angel Dream (Retroid Remix) [Liquid Surface Recordings]
04. Blusoul - Vertigo Bender [Mistiquemusic]
05. Monojoke - Surreal Things (Abdomen Burst Remix) [Spring Tube]
06. Trukers - Round-Trip Dreams (Digital Department Remix) [RUNE Recordings]
07. Sidel & Dallean - Lost In Time [Scarcity Records]
08. Trukers - Beyond Place (Sonority remix) [RUNE Recordings]
09. Reii - Ghostly Sea [Lost Language]
10. East Cafe - Flashback (Aeron Aether Remix) [Morphosis Limited]
11. Flashtech - Granulated (Yanix Remix) [Digital Sensation UK]
12. Halobeatz - A Journey (Helbot Remix) [VIM Records]
13. Future Funk Squad - Alien (The Peepshow Ownerz Remix) [En:Vision Recordings]
14. Achron - The Door (Retroid Remix) [Ego Shot Records]
15. 9b0 - Sad Cat (Flack.su Remix) [Glack Audio]
16. Digital Breaks Foundation with Retroid - No Remorse (MDK Remix) [Ego Shot Recordings]
17. Abdomen Burst - Karkelure (Aeron Aether Remix) [Morphosis Limited]
18. Depeche Mode - Enjoy the Silence (Mesmer Remix) [Scarcity Records CDR]
19. Parallax Breakz - Immersion [RUNE CDR]
20. Cuervo, Dezibelio - Overdrive (MDK Remix) [VIM Records]
21. Andy Faze - Another World [Warped Recordings]

Archive - Roughly 2 hours, 118MB
Direct Download - Disc Breaks with Llupa - 187 - 29th December 2011
Podcast - Disc Breaks Podcast

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Thursday, December 22, 2011

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Disc Breaks with Llupa - 186 - ft. Fisso & Spark - 22nd December 2011

This special Christmas edition of the show we're bringing you an exclusive guest mix from some guys that have been dropping some bombs this year - Fisso & Spark. I got into these guys when they hit Dead Famous and really liked their ability to mash styles and vibes between releases - never constrained to one sound, but never losing the consistent groove and vibes that they brought. They've had a really strong end to 2011 with a recent release on Highgrade and fantastic remix for Digital Sensation UK that I've been rinsing.

The guys answered some questions I threw at them with the full interview is here - Disc Breaks Interview: Fisso & Spark



Fisso & Spark

Fisso & Spark is the story of a great friendship, an unconditional love for music and a common dream.

Fisso and Spark's paths first crossed in 2007, and from that spawned a studio partnership that saw them meld house, breaks and techno together and make it their mission to craft music that is giant in vibe.

In 2009 they proudly signed with Dead Famous Records with the well received single "You Are Right". Taking inspiration from a great variety of styles they kept producing and remixing, specializing in breaky techno with great energy...

www.soundcloud.com/fissoandspark
www.facebook.com/fissoandspark

Archive - Roughly 2 hours, 115MB
Direct Download - Disc Breaks with Llupa - 186 - ft. Fisso & Spark - 22nd December 2011
Podcast - Disc Breaks Podcast

Ah... a great way to see in Christmas with all these unreleased bangers from Fisso & Spark, so cool to have a back 2 back guest mix from the guys - that went down very well.... Have had quite a bit of psy hit my inbox this week, so thought I'd lay it all down in my first hour - enjoy :)

Next Week - last mix for 2011, what shall I play...............

Llupa

01. 48k - Barb Wired (Bad Tango Remix) [Yellow Finger Communications]
02. Hedflux, Neurodriver - Energy Vibration [Broken Robot Records]
03. Bad Tango - Analogue Hedgehog (Original Mix) [Logariddim Records]
04. Tim Healey & Atomic Drop - Take Control (Hedflux Remix) [Surfer Rosa]
05. RMS & Peak - Ten Dimensions [Broken Robot Records]
06. Acidova Break - The Dream (Monk3ylogic remix) [RUNE Records]
07. Unconscious Minds vs. Peak - 5D Hologram [Psychoactive Records]
08. LuQas - Dark Matter [Broken Robot]
09. Andy Faze - Alternative Kontrol [VIM Records]
10. Beatman, Ludmilla - Leeroy Jenkins (Triple Agent Remix) [Ayra Recordings]

Guest mix - Fisso & Spark

01. Fisso & Spark – Girls Jump [unreleased, upcoming on Kick it Records]
02. Kid Digital – Banging Machine (Beta Remix) [Bombtraxx Records]
03. Fisso & Spark – Fusion [unreleased) [upcoming on Rune Recordings]
04. Kiwa – Drop Control [High Grade Recordings]
05. Aaaren Sun – Apes From Space (Dirtyloud Remix) [The Book of Electronomicon]
06. Uktu S. – Disco Fever (Disco Fever)
07. Fisso & Spark – Phat me Up [unreleased, upcoming on Hard Hits]
08. Kid Digital – Done With That feat. Profit (Colombo Remix) [Hardcore Beats]
09. Fisso & Spark – Usual Suspects [unreleased, upcoming on Kick it Records]
10. Slyde - Move Your Body [Slybeats]
11. Shimon & Nixon – White Noise [Finger Lickin Records]
12. Quadrat Beat – Dancefloor Pressure (Bubu Remix) [Rave art Records]
13. Fisso & Spark – Funk Trip [unreleased]
14. Bsd – This is It [Mental Machine Music]
15. Far Too Loud & Alex Mind – Bring Back Boogie [Bazooka Records]
16. Fat Boy Slim – Star 69 (Rogue Element Remix) [Skint Records]
17. Kultur + Colombo - Blow Me [iBreaks]

Archive - Roughly 2 hours, 115MB
Direct Download - Disc Breaks with Llupa - 186 - ft. Fisso & Spark - 22nd December 2011
Podcast - Disc Breaks Podcast


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Wednesday, December 21, 2011

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Disc Breaks Interview - Fisso & Spark

This special Christmas edition of the show we're bringing you an exclusive guest mix from some guys that have been dropping some bombs this year - Fisso & Spark. I got into these guys when they hit Dead Famous and really liked their ability to mash styles and vibes between releases - never constrained to one sound, but never losing the consistent groove and vibes that they brought. They've had a really strong end to 2011 with a recent release on Highgrade and fantastic remix for Digital Sensation UK that I've been rinsing.

The guys answered some questions I threw at them with the full interview below - the guest mix will feature on tomorrows show.



Fisso & Spark

Fisso & Spark is the story of a great friendship, an unconditional love for music and a common dream.

Fisso and Spark's paths first crossed in 2007, and from that spawned a studio partnership that saw them meld house, breaks and techno together and make it their mission to craft music that is giant in vibe.

In 2009 they proudly signed with Dead Famous Records with the well received single "You Are Right". Taking inspiration from a great variety of styles they kept producing and remixing, specializing in breaky techno with great energy...

www.soundcloud.com/fissoandspark
www.facebook.com/fissoandspark

INTERVIEW - Fisso & Spark

How did you guys meet and decide to write tunes together?
Our path crossed in 2007 behind a dj console on a New Years Eve party where we ended up spinning some records together. There was a great vibe and flowing communication about music between us from the very start on and so we kept and doing music together. For a long time we were mixing on 3 decks and 2 mixers and recording hours and hours of sets...the wish to do our own tunes got stronger and so one day we sat down and get Fisso & Spark productions started!

From there on producing became a real passion and addiction at the same time. Beside the hours in studio we share also a great friendship, which is awesome.


Why breaks and what got you guys into it?
Labels such as Finger Lickin Records let us both fall in love with breaks in the beginning. At that time we were playing and producing a lot of drum and bass, but the flow, energy, creativity and groove of breakbeat just amazed us. We discovered that we could express our ideas much better in breaks and we had a hell of fun doing it.


How do you work together when crafting a new tune or a remix?
Fisso & Spark is a proper example of teamwork from the beginning till the end. Of course one day one comes up with a idea, the other day it´s the other way round, but work process is always done in two. Sometimes we have a different ways to approach a project, which is inspiring and keeps the work innovative.
For original tracks we mainly start with some freestyle sessions on synths and collect some ideas. We like to let the things flow and get inspired while doing it.
If we do a remix we try to keep the heart of the original adding our own touch.


What is your musical background?
Even if we come from different countries, we got a similar background. We grew up listening to a lot of different music back in the days. Which goes from hip hop to warehouse raves all over, were we collected lots of experience behind the decks.


What are your musical influences and who is exciting you musically at the moment?
Music is all the day with us, not only in studio. When we are not working on our project we really love to listen to other music genres. Because so much amazing things going on everywhere and it´s great to get inspired. Depending on the mood, it can be Coldplay, Florence and the Machine or Jay-Z. From the electronic side we listen to things like Guy Gerber, Skream, Robert Babicz, Chase and Status and many more…


What instruments do you play, if any?
Fisso plays Piano and Spark is into percussions.


When you sit down to write a tune, do you know what it'll sound like at the end, or do you just go with whatever comes out at the time?
As we said we like improvisation but sometimes we already get into studio with some concrete ideas, for vocal, melodies, beats and so on...

What equipment do you use to produce and what is your favourite bit of studio kit?

For editing we work on Ableton Live, besides we got some Synths. The Virus Ti2 is definitely a top pick.


Do you write any other genres of music?
Fisso produces Tech House under the name Andrea Fissore and is realising on some wicked labels. Spark produces and releases progressive tunes under the alias 21 Hour.


What do you think of the current state of breaks worldwide and where do you see the future?
Colombo, Uktu S., A-Skillz and Krafty Kuts got amazing vibes. But there are some fresh upcoming talents with great energy as well such as Deenk, Home Alone, Ire or Paul Farace just to mention a few. Recently we have seen Elite Force playing here in Vienna, who did an amazing set. People like this are very important for breaks scene to push things forward. Sadly the popularity of breaks is not as big as it´s potential.


In what direction are you heading musically and what new releases have you got in store for us?
We are not too much into categorizing music. We just do what we love and right now this is funky breaks with massive grooves and heavy bass.
We got some upcoming releases on awesome labels such as Ground level, Kick It, VIM Records, High Grade, Dead Famous, Hard Hits, which we are really looking forward to. We were lucky to find so many great respectful people, it´s a pleasure for us to work with them.


What do you listen to that isn't breaks?
We really listen to a great variety of music, from classical to dubstep …no borders.


What do you do when you're not producing music?
Vienna is a great place to be and offers lots of things to do. We love hanging out with friends, enjoying great food or playing some gigs.
Fisso loves to travel with his girlfriend. He likes to read and has big passion for movies. Spark likes to cook for friends, to draw and edit videos and photos. If we aren´t so lazy we´d love to do some sports too



Show: Disc Breaks with Llupa ft. Fisso & Spark
Date: Thursday, 21st December, 2011
Time: 0900 - 1100 UK (8-10pm here in Melbourne)

Listen: http://www.nsbradio.co.uk
Chat: http://www.nsbradio.co.uk/chat



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Thursday, December 15, 2011

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Disc Breaks with Llupa - 185 - ft. Karl Sav - 15th December 2011

This week we're biggin' up the Australian Breakbeat Massive with a guest mix from our own Karl Sav. Karl has been knocking about the scene for a while bringing us quality tracks and remixes in the deep techy vein, but then he disappeared on us... With an EP about to drop on Strontium and a single on Scarcity the big man is back and this guest mix showcases some of his quality new originals and remixes - expect big tings from the man in 2012!

Karl took quite a bit of time out to answer some questions about himself, his productions and where he's been for the last little while with the full interview is here - Disc Breaks Interview: Karl Sav



Karl Sav

In 2009, Beatport listed Karl Sav as one of the names to watch in dance music. In 2010 a massive hard drive crash almost derailed his releases altogether. 12 months later, a campaign ensued to rescue the music of said hard drive and after successfully doing so Karl Sav is back!

One of Australia’s leading exports in the breakbeat world, Karl Sav has been djing and producing electronic music since the early “naughties”. His debut release on Erase Records out of Greece lead to signings with Unstable Label and Re:connect records in the UK and release on Australian label (and club night he was resident Dj at from 2006 to 2009) Destination Label.

Karl Sav has remixed some of the biggest names in dance music in Myagi, Calvertron, Signal Drivers, High Eight, WoNK, Mars, Mesmer as well as Australian bands “The Falls” and “Calerway” who featured his remix of “Imaginary Friend” on their debut album, Midnight Mercenaries. He has received airplay from some big names in Future Funk Squad, Hedflux, Dopamine and Elite Force as well as playing along side some of the front runners in the breakbeat scene over the years in Krafty Kuts, Skool of Thought, Breakfastaz, Chris Carter, Future Funk Squad, Kraymon, Friendly, Klaus Hill, Dj Mutiny, Dopamine , Baobinga, ID, Groove Diggerz, Jhz, Antiform, Mesmer, Hedflux, and Phil K.

With 20 years under his belt involved in music from bands to electronic, the short break from it all has not set him back with releases set for the end of 2011 and beyond. Big tings a gwan!

http://www.soundcloud.com/karlsav
http://www.facebook.com/pages/Karl-Sav/94246210911
http://doubleplugger.podbean.com

Archive - Roughly 2 hours, 110MB
Direct Download - Disc Breaks with Llupa - 185 - ft. Karlsav - 15th December 2011
Podcast - Disc Breaks Podcast

It's so good to have Karl Sav back and like i said, if this mix is anything to go by then there's big tings in store for him in 2012. Bit of psychitzophrenic mix from me, 30 mins of the deep and then 30 mins of the driving

Next Week - Fisso & Spark on the Guest Mix

Llupa

01. Cloudbuster - Raindrops [Exklusive Records]
02. Abdomen Burst - Lullaby [Armada Records]
03. Line of Sight & Duane Barry - Machina Mori [Digital Sensation UK]
04. East Cafe - Flashback (Aeron Aether Remix) [Morphosis Limited]
05. Duane Barry - Cosmia (Line of Sight Remix) [Digital Sensation UK]
06. Left/Right, Digital Pizza - Every Body (Beta Remix) [Downbeat]
07. Ways & Means - Scissor Fight (Lee Coombs Remix) [Audio 23]
08. Achron - The Door (Retroid Remix) [Ego Shot Records]
09. Aggresivnes - Futurisia (Blazer Remix) [Electroshok]
10. Geon - Perpetual Motion (Colombo Remix) [Acida Records]

Guest mix - Karl Sav

01. Yadek - Night Flight (Art Project Mix) [RUNE]
02. Karl Sav - Infector (Breaks Mix) [Strontium Music]
03. Karl Sav & Nikita - How I Roll (Wrexx Remix) [Scarcity]
04. Mesmer - Le Food Fued (Karl Sav remix) [Scarcity]
05. Beta - Headspace [Sound of Habib]
06. Stylus Rex & Chris K - Halo Ember [Ground Level Records]
07. Karl Sav & Nikita - How I Roll (BuBu Breaks remix) [Scarcity]
08. Broken Eye - Toastjack [Broken Robot]
09. Karl Sav & Nick Division - For Whom Teh Bell Tollz [CDR]
10. Mesmer - Glareglaze (Karl Sav's Never Saw the Light of Day mix) [Supposed to be Scarcity]
11. Veela - Circa1620 (Vespers GLTCHU Remix) [Pop n Lock]

Archive - Roughly 2 hours, 110MB
Direct Download - Disc Breaks with Llupa - 185 - ft. Karlsav - 15th December 2011
Podcast - Disc Breaks Podcast


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Wednesday, December 14, 2011

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Disc Breaks Interview - Karl Sav

This week we're biggin' up the Australian Breakbeat Massive with a guest mix from our own Karl Sav. Karl has been knocking about the scene for a while bringing us quality tracks and remixes in the deep techy vein, but then he disappeared on us... With an EP about to drop on Strontium and a single on Scarcity the big man is back and this guest mix showcases some of his quality new originals and remixes - expect big tings from the man in 2012!

Karl took quite a bit of time out to answer some questions about himself, his productions and where he's been for the last little while...



Karl Sav

In 2009, Beatport listed Karl Sav as one of the names to watch in dance music. In 2010 a massive hard drive crash almost derailed his releases altogether. 12 months later, a campaign ensued to rescue the music of said hard drive and after successfully doing so Karl Sav is back!

One of Australia’s leading exports in the breakbeat world, Karl Sav has been djing and producing electronic music since the early “naughties”. His debut release on Erase Records out of Greece lead to signings with Unstable Label and Re:connect records in the UK and release on Australian label (and club night he was resident Dj at from 2006 to 2009) Destination Label.

Karl Sav has remixed some of the biggest names in dance music in Myagi, Calvertron, Signal Drivers, High Eight, WoNK, Mars, Mesmer as well as Australian bands “The Falls” and “Calerway” who featured his remix of “Imaginary Friend” on their debut album, Midnight Mercenaries. He has received airplay from some big names in Future Funk Squad, Hedflux, Dopamine and Elite Force as well as playing along side some of the front runners in the breakbeat scene over the years in Krafty Kuts, Skool of Thought, Breakfastaz, Chris Carter, Future Funk Squad, Kraymon, Friendly, Klaus Hill, Dj Mutiny, Dopamine , Baobinga, ID, Groove Diggerz, Jhz, Antiform, Mesmer, Hedflux, and Phil K.

With 20 years under his belt involved in music from bands to electronic, the short break from it all has not set him back with releases set for the end of 2011 and beyond. Big tings a gwan!

http://www.soundcloud.com/karlsav
http://www.facebook.com/pages/Karl-Sav/94246210911
http://doubleplugger.podbean.com


INTERVIEW - Karl Sav

Why breaks and what got you into it?
Interesting question that, for ages I thought it was around 2001/2002 just before the so called “boom” of breaks. That’s when the catalyst for my passion for breaks kicked off though – around the time I was just getting into dance music. Having been into bands ever since I was a child and playing guitar/bass guitar in various different groups from acid jazz bands to heavy metal to playing a six string bass in a primus and chili peppers cover band in my late teens (I worked out how to play Tommy the Cat by ear at 15 years old) , it was strange that I finally got into dance music having bagged it out for so many years. A mate brought me along to a few gigs then finally brought me to Ambar in Perth which at the time was pretty much one of the breakbeat mechas around the world (every international that has played there around 2001-2006 will tell you just that) the rest as they say…..

My first exposure to “nu-skool breaks” as it was coined then was probably hearing Propellorheads “Take California” after a big night with some schools mates the year after we finished on new years eve 1998. At the time I had no idea what it was but I knew I loved it.


What are your musical influences and who is exciting you musically at the moment?
So many influences to list. The early years, General Midi, Future Funk Squad, Hyrbid, BT – such a huge list. Id say the prominent ones though are Hybrid. I have always loved their sound.

At the moment, Im really digging Wrexx’s stuff, he’s remixed one of my forthcoming singles coming on Scarcity called “How I Roll”. So glad this tune on his remix (as well as the Bubu Breaks remix) is finally seeing the light of day, we worked out it will be coming up on 4 years since I wrote that tune and its indicative of the stuff I am writing now days. Mesmer has always impressed me with what he does. He just keeps getting better and better. Beta has always floated my boat. Hedflux as well recently , especially after having played along side him over this year a couple of times, he plays out a lot of stuff that either hasn’t come out or won’t ever come out but its always massive. I was really impressed with Stylus Rex’s album “Amplify” when it came out – pretty much summed up the sound I am into at the moment with most of the tunes on there. This year though I think it’s the year of the Colombo. Not only did his album blow my socks off but his tune “Summit” (the original version) just encompasses everything that I love about music, its got depth, atmosphere, emotion and a driving beat and bassline. Its one of those tunes that is just timeless and I will never get bored of it. Outside of dance music I am listening to a lot of Kevin Bloody Wilson – hes providing me some great inspiration for some of my upcoming piss take videos with my good friend – Dj Pass tha Sugar.


How do you go about crafting a new tune or a remix?
A remix I will try and play around with the parts as much as possible to keep the feeling of the original whilst bringing my own flavour to it. An original I tend to get my Dictaphone out and just hum some basslines how I would want them to sound, then try to recreate that somehow in my DAW. Very rarely does it usually turn out how I intended though. There have been a few exceptions though, How I Roll on Scarcity records out soon pretty much wrote itself. I was chilling with Nikita (good friend and vocalist) and we usually pull the piss out of each other . We bounce ideas off each other and she kind of freestyles. I jammed the bassline with my sexy deep voice and she started singing along. I immediately quickly recreated it just with a simple Saw wave so I wouldn’t forget it, Nikita laid down the vocal verse on the spot. I worked on it for about a week just making it sound a bit more interesting. I came up with the chorus riff just to make it sound a bit more interesting and Nikita came over again and laid down a vocal chorus. Just stoked its finally being released – it will also stop me having to field emails/messages asking when its coming out!


What is your musical background?
I started playing guitar at 9 years old. Did the usual straight up chord playing and learning other peoples songs. Later on I got into more technical stuff like Chet Atkins, Merle Travis and Tommy Emmanuel. Used to do quite a bit of gigs at Cafes and stuff while I was at uni. Having not played at that level since 2003, I have pretty much forgotten all the songs I played which is a shame.

At school me and mate wrote a heap of piss take songs about other students and recorded them on a 4 track recorder – I got the shit beaten out of me a couple of times for it from some of the school bullies, but fuck it was funny – we were infamous for it and mostly got laughs out of it from everyone else. I also got suspended from school for writing a song about a teacher to one of the tunes of the Cantina Band in Return of the Jedi – you know the one when Luke is trying to get Han Solo back off Jabba The Hutt and he falls in the pit to fight the monster. We wrote some pretty offensive lines to it – the mistake we made was we gave it to a student a few years above us to mix it down in the music classrooms, and the music teacher heard it – we got in the deepest shit for it, my father was called in, and it was played by the school principal to him. Deep down I bet he thought it was the funniest shit he had heard, but he had to put his father hat on , and I got roasted for it.


What instruments do you play if any?
Guitar since I was 9. Bass guitar since I was 13 and a bit of drums too.


Do you write any other genres of music?
Yep – have a dubstep EP I wrote with a guy from New Zealand called Ap3x. I was writing house music under another name for a while but that got boring so I stopped and I am writing some piss take songs as well with my MC – Dj Pass Tha Sugar!


When you sit down to write a tune, do you know what it'll sound like at the end, or do you just go with whatever comes out at the time?
80% of the time it sounds completely different at the end – with a few exceptions. WoNKs Nasty Dog remix was pretty accurate to how I wanted it to sound and The Falls remix wrote itself too – it only took 4 hours from start to finish!

Its amazing though how much stuff I have binned. I have a rule, I will start something, take a break from it for a day or two – if I still like it when I come back then I finish it. I have finished some pretty horrid tunes though which I thought were good at the time. Needless to say , not many , if any people have heard these particular tunes!

I will generally get the creative side of a tune done in one or two (sometimes very long) sittings – then take a break for a few days and do the mixdown as your ears can be pretty roasted after a long creative session.


What equipment do you use to produce and what is your favourite bit of studio kit?
I have used Ableton Live pretty much since the beginning (I was a Cubase user when I was doing my band stuff but I hate Cubase with a passion) . I have a Korg EMX-1 Electribe which I use for some of my bass sounds. Of course Massive gets a caining from me, as does Imposcar – lately I have been getting into Reaktor which has opened up a lot of creative flow for me.


What do you think of the current state of breaks worldwide and where do you see the future?
It’s a tough question that because the die hard fans love to say that its alive and well. It pains me to say it but it really isn’t in great health world wide “generally speaking” and this is just going by sales of breaks tunes compared to other genres. That said though there are pockets around the world that are still crazy for breaks. Spain is still obviously pumping but Eastern and Central Europe is definitely where it is at now. The gigs I have done there have had that old vibe from many years ago where people are there just for some dam good breakbeat and they go nuts to it. The promoters also seem to have their finger on the pulse when they actually book people who are at the forefront of the genre, and not a big name to pull punters through the door.

There is still a dedicated bunch of producers and djs that still push some great sounds, its just a shame that promoters aren’t willing to take more risks in booking some of the newer names or those that are pushing the breaks sound rather than the same old that claim that they still play breaks. Having promoted gigs in the past though, I understand that they have to look after their bottom line, so it’s a tough situation.

Dubstep seems to have invaded every orifice on the Earth as well and all the kids are into that. I must be getting old because there is some absolute god awful shit that is supposedly “totes aws” amongst the heads. I now get what my parents used to say about me blaring Master of Puppets as a youth at “11 not 10” .


You've been off the radar for a little while - how come?
Its been an interesting two years. It was a combination of a massive hard drive crash and a few of my releases that were scheduled not happening. As they say, when it rains it pours and I seemed to get shat on from a great height at the same time when it came to my music.

It was definitely a break I had to have though. ClichĂ© but its true in every sense of the word. After moving from Perth to Brisbane, my studio pc was transported via some removalists. When I set my computer back up, the motherboard had died on it. Max from Loops of Fury who was still living here at the time installed a new mother board and all seemed ok. I finished my remix for Myagi – Thug on Pop n Lock which was my last official release (beginning of 2010) and began working on a remix of Mesmer’s Glareglaze. It was sounding so fucking good if I do say so myself and that’s when the problems started, I was an inch away from finishing it and the project wouldn’t load up after it crashed. After many attempts to rescue the project, and to no avail, I had to rewrite it from scratch . It sounded completely different to the first version I did but I was still happy with it. I took a test version to play on my UK and EU tour in 2010 and it went down well. Upon my return, I tried to finish it off with some minor tweaks and polishes so I could get it over to Scarcity Records for release but my hard drive had died!

I had backed up a few things so still had test versions of a lot of the new stuff I had written plus what I had in my CD wallet. But I lost a stack of other new tunes I had written in the crash. I was very disheartened with it and took the “forced break”. On my return from the UK/EU tour it dawned on me I really needed to do something about my health and general well being as it had been neglected particularly since I stopped playing competitive sport. I jumped on the scales and for the first time in my life I had hit 130kgs and it was the wake up call I needed. I got back into playing Rugby for the local club here and I got into Crossfit . Since getting back from Breakspoll in 2010 I have lost around 30kgs just from exercising every day (I get the utter shits if I have to miss a workout through no fault of my own so its really entrenched in my day to day life now) and eating clean, no processed foods, just real food. The golden rule I followed was to stick to the edges of the supermarket! Some of you on my facebook will see my daily “WOD” (Workout of the day) posted. I like to keep track of what I do and it also keeps me accountable to myself. Im still not where I want to be but I know I am on the right track. Its just a matter of being honest with yourself and actually wanting to do it, not talking about it. It’s actually very stimulating getting in the studio after a morning workout with the natural endorphins flowing.

12 months after the hard drive crash (it was actually two partitions on the drive) I had a mate who was good with data rescue and general IT stuff and he managed to rescue one of the partitions on the drive. So I got quite a few of the originals I had written, back. I had a few of the pre-masters on there so I was able to salvage the mixdown’s I had done on most of them but I had unfortunately lost the project files for them so no remixes could be done and it proved very hard shopping the tunes around to labels – the interest was there, only if remixes could be done! I was doing a gig in Melbourne recently and caught up with Youthful Implants and played him quite a few of the tunes that I had that were unsigned and we both agreed to put them out on Strontium Music!

I had no computer for around 12 months as I was putting all my savings for my wedding which was this year. It wasn’t until just before the wedding that I could afford a new computer. I went Mac this time around and haven’t turned back!


In what direction are you heading musically and what new releases have you got in store for us?
Musically I’m still doing the deeper style breaks with the odd exception here and there. Every now and then I will deliberately write a cheesy tune such as How I Roll but I try to stick to the “heads down” stuff. I have an EP called “Waterdog” out in December on Strontium Music (with a picture of my Dog Sandy on the cover – Sandy used to pop up quite a bit on my NSB Radio show) which features quite a few of the tracks that I wrote a couple of years ago before the crash. Ive been thrashing them in my sets over the last couple of years so some will sound familiar. I wrote a collab with Perth based producer Roxright which is featured on the EP. There is also a track on there called “Soundfeer” which is named after the festival in the Czech Republic of the same name. I basically started the tune on the plane on the way over and finished it the day of the festival at my host’s studio – I’m forever I debt to David Vavra! I started my set at Soundfeer with the tune and it was well received so I had to name it after it!

I also am very pleased to see my tune with Nikita - “How I Roll” – out this month on Scarcity Records. Many will know it was originally signed to Re:Connect records but many delays stopped its release (that were completely warranted) so it was an amicable decision between both myself and Re:connect to put it out on Scarcity Records – it would have seemed such a shame not to have put this out. Wrexx is on the remix for it as well as a stomping new remix from Spanish producer Bubu Breaks!

There is about to be some big changes in my life next year (for the good) which will allow me to write more music – but that won’t be common knowledge for a while yet :P .


What do you listen to that isn't breaks?
Kevin Bloody Wilson – lots of ,its inspiring me for my music with Dj Pass tha Sugar. Ive been listening to a lot of 80’s music lately too which is scary, I never really liked much 80s music. I dunno, there is something about driving through the suburbs of northern Brisbane with the Beverly Hills Cop theme blaring…..

I also listen to a lot of podcasts and talk back, I also run my own podcast too with a mate in Canberra, I suppose this is my chance to plug it! The podcast is called “Double Plugger Podcast” hosted by Sav & Pmac. We talk about everything and everything. The first few episodes were heavily focused on the recent rugby world cup, but we do rant on about other stuff, especially now the rugby season is over. You can find it on itunes or at the following link: http://doubleplugger.podbean.com


What do you do when you're not producing music?
I no longer play rugby, but this year I have been appointed assistant coach of our first grade side playing in the Brisbane Suburban Rugby First Division, so pre-season training is well and truly underway. As already mentioned I’ve been doing crossfit 6 days a week and record a weekly talkback podcast with a mate in Canberra. Ive also been doing a weekly radio show on local terrestrial radio on Saturday mornings. Its called the Saturday Sports CafĂ© and we basically talk about sport, sport and more sport for 3 hours on a Saturday morning.


Tell us something about yourself we wouldn't know to ask....
I used to do voice overs for business’on hold audio programs, and I can still hear my voice when I ring some institutions around Australia. Id give you a demo but this is a written interview, not a verbal one :D.


Show: Disc Breaks with Llupa ft. Karl Sav
Date: Thursday, 15th December, 2011
Time: 0900 - 1100 UK (8-10pm here in Melbourne)

Listen: http://www.nsbradio.co.uk
Chat: http://www.nsbradio.co.uk/chat



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Thursday, December 8, 2011

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Disc Breaks with Llupa - 184 - 8th December 2011

Thought I'd dig through and dust off some older tunes for tonights show, so this mix features some classic LOT49, Electrofly, Finger Lickin' and TCR amongst others with a couple of fresh tracks from Karlsav and Mesmer.

Next week's guest mix - Karlsav!

Archive - Roughly 2 hours, 115MB
Direct Download - Disc Breaks with Llupa - 184 - 8th December 2011
Podcast - Disc Breaks Podcast

01. C83 - Soul Path [En:Vision Recordings]
02. Dylan Rhymes - The Way [LOT49]
03. Rennie Pilgrem, Uberzone - Cous Cous (Royale Mix) [TCR]
04. Lee Coombs & Andy Gardner - Obsessional Rhythm [Finger Lickin’]
05. Atomic Hooligan - Shine A Light (Introspective Remix) [Botchit & Scarper]
06. Burufunk - Outsider Unreleased (Flack Su Remix) [Navigation Records]
07. Evil Nine - For Lovers, Not Fighters (Retroid Remix) [CDR]
08. Dan F - Secret Weapon [Sound Of Habib]
09. Achron - The Door (Mesmer Remix) [Ego Shot Records]
10. Meat Katie - All I Need (Dylan Rhymes Remix) [LOT49]
11. Underworld - Cowgirl (Breaks Mix) [CDR]
12. Misfilter - A Place For You (Hedflux Remix) [CDR]
13. Stanton Warriors - Blue (Extended Mix)
14. Journeyman, Barrcode - Blood For Blood - ID Remix [Born Idle Records]
15. PMT - Gyromancer (Stanton Warriors Remix) [10 Kilo]
16. BETA - Trojan (Original) Re:Connect Recordings]
17. Burufunk & Brett Holland - Feel The Weight (Fretwell Mix) [Shiznit Recordings]
18. Dascyllus - Point Float [Inaspace Records]
19. Lostep - The Roots feat. Lior Attar [Global Underground]
20. Karlsav - Soundfeer (On a plane to Prague mix) [Strontium Music]
21. Neo - Aura (Cosmonaut Rework) [Electrofly]
22. Will Spencer - Oceanica (Stefan Anion's Port Authority Remix) [Olaris Records]
23. Beta vs Mesmer - Tetris [Scarcity Records]

Archive - Roughly 2 hours, 115MB
Direct Download - Disc Breaks with Llupa - 184 - 8th December 2011
Podcast - Disc Breaks Podcast

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Thursday, December 1, 2011

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Disc Breaks with Llupa - 183 - ft. BETA - 1st December 2011

This week I have a guest mix from one of my favourite producers - BETA. Ever since hearing Come Again for the first time I have loved BETA's ability to mash tight drivin' beats with growling deep bass and melodic elements. This is his first time on the Disc breaks show and this mix showcase some of his upcoming tunes and remixes, plus tracks that are inspiring him at the moment. This is one not to miss!

BETA took some time out to answer some questions and the full interview is here - Disc Breaks Interview: Beta



BETA

London based breakbeat producer Beta started out Djing nuskool breaks and chunky house at the start of the decade and has since been entertaining crowds cross the globe using his own exclusive material, bootlegs and mashups.

In the studio he takes Influences from funk, drum and bass, house, indie and just about every style to create a unique individual sound. Singles and remixes have gained support from the likes of Hybrid, General Midi, Future Funk Squad and DJ Icey featuring regularly on Beatport’s top 10.

http://soundcloud.com/betasounds
www.myspace.com/betasounds
http://twitter.com/#!/BREAKBETA

Archive - Roughly 2 hours, 112MB
Direct Download - Disc Breaks with Llupa - 183 - ft. BETA - 1st December 2011
Podcast - Disc Breaks Podcast

Damn, that was quality stuff from BETA - lot's of new original tracks and remixes - that went down a really treat! New stuff from Ego Shot, NFB, VIM and Kick It in my first hour.

Llupa

01. Abstraction Unit - Deep Space Probe [NFBmusic]
02. Line of Sight & Duane Barry - Machina Mori [Digital Sensation UK]
03. Home Alone - I'm Ready (Ilya Mosolov Remix) [Scarcity Records]
04. Colombo - Nugatory [iBreaks]
05. Choc St. Clair - Blast Off [Dead Famous]
06. Elite Force - No Turning Back (Hedflux Mix) [U&A Recordings]
07. Achron - The Door (Retroid Remix) [Ego Shot Records]
08. Hyperion - On the Expressway [U&A Recordings]
09. Memory Machine - Midnight [Kick It Records]
10. Bad Tango - Cortex [Broken Records]
11. Cuervo, Dezibelio - Overdrive (MDK Remix) [VIM Records]
12. Vadim Shantor, Lonedog - Body Move (Dirty & Acid Remix) [The Pooty Club Records]
13. Digibox - I See You (Bl1tz Remix) [VIM Records]

Guest Mix - BETA

01. Boddika - Acid Battery [K7]
02. GoldFFinch - Dirty Bird (Jay Deed Remix) [Airflex Labs]
03. Len Faki - Craft Und Licht [Ostgut Ton]
04. Skittles - Dot2Dot (Dub Phizix Brukboot Mix) [Estate Recordings]
05. Scuba - Never [Hotflush recordings]
06. Felix Cartal - The Joker (John Dahlback Remix) [Dim Mak Records]
07. BETA - Wait [CDR]
08. BETA - Break my House [CDR]
09. Colombo - Gravitation [iBreaks]
10. The Soulbrothers - 21st Century Disco Shit (Myles Dyson Breakfest Edit) [Noize]
11. Bill Vega & New Decade - Hurricane (BETA Remix) [STFU Records]
12. BETA - Headspace (Original & Eastend Mix) [Sound of Habib]
13. Guau - 3D [Elektroshok Records]
14. Karton - Chase it High (BETA Remix) [Sound of Habib]
15. Sylus - Rewind This [Downbeat]
16. BETA - Bugal [CDR]

Archive - Roughly 2 hours, 112MB
Direct Download - Disc Breaks with Llupa - 183 - ft. BETA - 1st December 2011
Podcast - Disc Breaks Podcast


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Wednesday, November 30, 2011

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Disc Breaks Interview - BETA

This week I have a guest mix from one of my favourite producers - BETA. Ever since hearing Come Again for the first time I have loved BETA's ability to mash tight drivin' beats with growling deep bass and melodic elements. This is his first time on the Disc breaks show and this mix showcase some of his upcoming tunes and remixes, plus tracks that are inspiring him at the moment. This is one not to miss!

BETA took some time out to answer some questions and the full interview is below with the show going to air later tonight



BETA

London based breakbeat producer Beta started out Djing nuskool breaks and chunky house at the start of the decade and has since been entertaining crowds cross the globe using his own exclusive material, bootlegs and mashups.

In the studio he takes Influences from funk, drum and bass, house, indie and just about every style to create a unique individual sound. Singles and remixes have gained support from the likes of Hybrid, General Midi, Future Funk Squad and DJ Icey featuring regularly on Beatport’s top 10.

http://soundcloud.com/betasounds
www.myspace.com/betasounds
http://twitter.com/#!/BREAKBETA


INTERVIEW - BETA

Why breaks and what got you into it?

When i was going to house nights in the 90’s i would check out the big beat rooms and got into that sound, I was also listening to a lot of 2 Step Garage and heading out to Clubs like the End in London, I liked the way that 2step bounced and made you want to dance, I went to a night and caught Ali B and Adam Freeland play and I was like “Wow” this is perfect, its like everything I wanted and was totally hooked.

What are your musical influences and who is exciting you musically at the moment?

So much, Stuff on MoWax, Shadow, Massive Attack, Prodigy, James Brown. At the moment Wayz and Meanz are putting out constantly good music, Colombo's man of the moment for me right now and would be good to work with him sometime.

How do you go about crafting a new tune or remix?

Its really about how I want it to make me feel and I need to be sure that I’m clear on that first, I'm actually very sample based, and will bounce to audio as soon as possible as its easier to manipulate, i tend to try and get some nice beats going and then work around that, but sometimes the harmony and melody will push me in a certain direction.

What is your musical background and what instruments do you play?

I learnt to play the piano when I was a kid, then Guitar/Bass guitar and played in a band for a bit. Its nice to be able to play stuff in from time to time. My family is pretty musical so I always had instruments around me and am luck enough to be able to play by ear.

Do you write any other genre’s of music?

Yea i've got some house tunes on the go and I’m collabing with Sylus at the moment writing a really dark and dirty house track which sounds like nothing I’ve heard, I’m really excited about it. Some downtempo melodic tracks which i may find a use for someday but they don't fit in the the Beta sound.

When you sit down to write a tune do you know how it will sound in the end or just go with whatever come out at the time?

When i started out i used to go off in all sorts of tangents and i'd not really know where i was going only that i liked what i was doing. This is great for creativity but can be a bit time consuming so not i try and have a pretty clear picture of the path i want to take and it helps speed up the process. I'll get the arrangement locked down as soon as possible and its acts at something to build around although the process is never exactly the same on each tune. its important to save ideas as you go because, you never know when they might fit in with something, there's a sound in the Headspace (Eastend mix) which sounds a bit like a cat on speed, i made it like 8 years ago on reaktor and have only just found a use for it.

What equipment do you use and what is your favourite bit of Kit?

i've got some Dynaudios for monitoring, for sequencing and mix downs I use Cubase and for ideas i use Ableton and Reason, I’ve also got Albeton on a laptop that I use when I’m on the move, its such a great program. I love Reaktor, it opens up a whole new creative world and i've been using cable guys filter shaper quite a bit recently. I started out using Logic on a Pc and stopped when i couldn't get anymore updates, so i may move back one day but i love it all.

What do you think of the current state of breaks worldwide and where do you see the future?

Its there and always will be, there's certainly some dedicated people keeping it alive, and its great when i get to DJ and meet like minded people who are passionate about it. As trends change and the styles move on i think there's big things to come, i was out doing a few gigs in Florida a while back and there was a great following out there, in Spain the support is really good. I'm loving some of the big sounding disco stuff, its really energetic and works really well on the dancefloor, some great tunes out there at the moment.

In what direction are you heading musically and what new releases have you got in store for us?

I have an original Headspace out soon on sound of habib with 2 mixes, i basically had too many ideas to have in 1 tune and it was confusing to listen too so i did the "eastend mix" with the extra material. I've got a few tunes in the promo mix which are kinda demo's at the momnent so i'll be looking to put those out with someone soon also. I've done a Collab with Hironimus Bosch which is a bit of a tech funk number, the house tune i mentioned, a remix of Bill Vega's Hurricane out on stfu records, and a 140 Jungle track which i want to put out on Bombtraxx, i'm starting to find my feet with the Jungle stuff and think there's alot of scope for the sound to develop so look forward to doing a bit more, its fun to write.

You are quite elusive as a DJ is there a reason for this?

Haha, i've not had an internet connection in the studio for the last 6 months which has been great for working without distraction but difficult when it comes to exchanging files and keeping up a profile online, i plan to DJ more in 2012.

What do you listen to that isn't breaks?

I like Scott Matthews, Emilina Torrini, alot of house music and electroinca

Do you know much Aussie made breaks? and what do you think of it?

I think Myles Dyson's from Oz? and obviously Karton from Sound of Habib, not too mention the old skool nu skool lot, andy page, chable, nubreed etc. When you guys make breaks you do it properly, no messing about.

Any plans to come to Australia? if so when?

i'm actually heading out next year and hope to stay for a while, i'm looking forward to hooking up with people and hope to write lots of music and play some gigs.

What do you do when you're not producing music?

Think about producing music! i love snow sports, skiing and boarding and big into food

Tell us something about yourself we wouldn't know to ask....

I used to break into my schoo at night when i was about 14 to make tunes on logic midi and crappy casio keyboard they had at the time, i was pretty hooked! haha!


Show: Disc Breaks with Llupa ft. BETA
Date: Thursday, 1 December, 2011
Time: 0900 - 1100 UK (8-10pm here in Melbourne)

Listen: http://www.nsbradio.co.uk
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Thursday, November 17, 2011

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Disc Breaks with Llupa - 182 - ft. Choc St. Clair - 17th November 2011

Back with another solid guest mix, this time from a local talent who's fast on the rise with a couple of recent rather wicked releases - Choc St. Clair. Scott aka Choc St. Clair and I got in contact a few months back and he was kind enough to flick through some of his new tunes and I was mightily impressed. So, to celebrate his about to drop single 'Blast Off' coming out on Dead Famous, I asked him for a guest mix for the show and he kindly obliged. This one is full of the quality deep groove spanning not only the breaks - shock horror ;) - but a good slab of tracks showcasing his dj skills as well as his productons.



Choc St. Clair

Choc St. Clair unveiled his passion and flair for music at an early age. Proficient on various instruments including the bagpipes, he became master of the wind, however he soon discovered that the trick to serenading a lady lies with the deep, soulful sounds of House and Techno music.

A natural talent, Choc St. Clair has enjoyed early success with his own productions with current releases on 606 Recordings, Modern Beat Digital, Dead Famous Records and LW Records with forthcoming releases set to come out before the years end on VIM Records, We Are Live and Nutation Records.

Choc's greatest influences come from his time spent in Scotland, where the experts of the north immersed him in the local deep house and techno scenes of Edinburgh and Glasgow. He took from this a profound insight into the quirks and crescendos that constitute a spicy beat.

Choc St. Clair’s own music is designed for the early hour moments where soulful beats carry listeners along a highway of adrenaline while his DJ Sets consist of a well structured balance between his own productions and those of others.


http://www.residentadvisor.net/dj/chocst.clair

Archive - Roughly 2 hours, 112MB
Direct Download - Disc Breaks with Llupa - 182 - ft. Choc St. Clair - 17th November 2011
Podcast - Disc Breaks Podcast


Big thanks for Choc St. Clair for the solid guest mix - lot's of quality tracks, all with a great deep groove - very nice. Make sure you check out his own featured tracks from the mix as they're about to hit stores - Blast Off is an instant classic

Llupa

01. Andrew Chalov - Snowy Longing ft. Alexandra Krischtopa (Parallax Breakz Remix) [Festival Lounge Records]
02. Showroom Dummies - Gaze (Flack.su Remix) [Glack Audio]
03. Alfoa - Origami [Morphosis Limited]
04. Line of Sight & Duane Barry - Machina Mori (Retroid Remix) [Digital Sensation UK]
05. Duane Barry - Cosmia (Line of Sight Remix) [Digital Sensation UK]
06. Karton - Chase It High (Beta Remix) [Sound Of Habib]
07. Tony Awake feat. NuAnn - I Can Fly (Mesmer Remix) [Scarcity Records]
08. The Brainkiller - Neptuno [Distortion Records]
09. Abdomen Burst - Narada (Geon Remix) [Digital Sensation UK]
10. Re:Creation - Re:Gress Psychoactive Records]

Guest Mix - Choc St. Clair

01. Pag - Run To the Future [Zebra Music]
02. Meat Katie / Lee Coombs - Up! (Gella Remix) [Lot49]
03. Break the Box - Rock the Mic (Fisso and Spark Remix) [Dead Famous Records Forthcoming]
04. Hironimus Bosch - Renegade Funk (Original Mix) [VIM Records]
05. Choc St. Clair - Blast Off (Original Mix) [Dead Famous Records]
06. LuQas - Dark Matter (Original Mix) [Broken Robot]
07. Chamber - XXL (Original Mix) [Young NRG Productions]
08. Dr. Fish - Influenza (Sasser Remix) [VIM Records]
09. Ronin8 - Mo Fire (Original Mix) [Diablo Loco]
10. Lee Coombs - Break 9541 (Ways & Means Remix) [Thrust Recordings]
11. EK - SYG (Stephen Cole Remix) [Dead Famous Records Forthcoming]
12. Ways & Means - Transitory (Original Mix) [Lot49]
13. Macho - Technopol (Quadrat Beat Remix) [Raveart Records]
14. Choc St. Clair - You Ride It, You Jump It (Original Mix) [VIM Records Forthcoming]

Archive - Roughly 2 hours, 112MB
Direct Download - Disc Breaks with Llupa - 182 - ft. Choc St. Clair - 17th November 2011
Podcast - Disc Breaks Podcast


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Thursday, November 10, 2011

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Disc Breaks with Llupa - 181 - ft. Colombo - 10th November 2011

This week I have a very special guest mix from Colombo showcasing his new album - Antiques Of the Future - coming out on the 9th of November on iBreaks. Colombo has been doing massive things to Breakbeat over the last couple of years, whether it's as part of Kultur & Colombo, BSD and now out on his own. His album is a culmination of all this with 21 tracks of quality breakbeat spanning a number of vibes, but all with the solid production values and phat grooves that has become synonymous with his sound. This exclusive mix shows cases some of the the tracks album and is not to be missed.



The man took some time out to answer some questions you wanted answered about his production background, his influences and what happened with BSD - you can read that full interview here -
Colombo Disc Breaks Interview

Colombo - 'Antiques Of The Future' is now availbe to buy from Beatport

http://www.facebook.com/Colombo.break
http://soundcloud.com/colombo-break


Archive - Roughly 2 hours, 112MB
Direct Download - Disc Breaks with Llupa - 181 - ft. Colombo - 10th November 2011
Podcast - Disc Breaks Podcast

ah - that was a good show... big respect to Colombo for the album mix chock full of bangers. make sure you check out the album as it's now up on Beatport and there is definitely something in there for everybody. My half ended up on a squelchy tech funk tip with new stuff from Pooty Club, Yellow Finger, DSUK and Electroshok....

Llupa

01. The Lucky 23 - Big time [Breaks.sk]
02. Abdomen Burst - Karkelure (Atrium Sun's Karkedance Mix) [Morphosis Limited]
03. HardNoise - End of Summer [RUNE Recordings]
04. Digital Breaks Foundation with Retroid - No Remorse (MDK Remix) [Ego Shot Recordings]
05. Meat Katie, Dopamine - Nectar (Boonos Remix) [LOT49]
06. AP3X - Power Struggle [Ridiculoud Records]
07. Andrew Maze - Too Late (Fletric Remix) [Morphosis Limited]
08. Freshquim - The Principle [The Pooty Club Records]
09. 48k - Barb Wired (Bad Tango Remix) [Yellow Finger Communications]
10. Line of Sight & Duane Barry - Machina Mori (Destroyers Remix) [Digital Sensation UK]
11. Aggresivnes - Futurasia [Electroshok]
12. Paul Oakenfold ft. Infected Mushroom - I'm Alive (Line Of Sight Remix) [Perfecto]

Guest Mix - Colombo ‘Antiques Of The Future’ Album showcase mix

01. Colombo - Telequinesis [iBreaks]
02. Colombo - Your Dream Will Go [iBreaks]
03. Colombo - Ska Punch [iBreaks]
04. Colombo - Let The Battle Begin [iBreaks]
05. Colombo - What You Think [iBreaks]
06. Colombo - Twisted Mind [iBreaks]
07. Colombo - Methane [iBreaks]
08. Colombo - Rock The Beat [iBreaks]
09. Colombo - Nugatory [iBreaks]
10. Colombo - Gravitation [iBreaks]
11 Colombo - Scent of Love [iBreaks]
12. Colombo - Later [iBreaks]

Archive - Roughly 2 hours, 112MB
Direct Download - Disc Breaks with Llupa - 181 - ft. Colombo - 10th November 2011
Podcast - Disc Breaks Podcast

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Monday, November 7, 2011

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Disc Breaks Interview - Colombo

This week I have a very special guest mix from Colombo showcasing his new album - Antiques Of the Future - coming out on the 9th of November on iBreaks. The man took some time out to answer some questions you wanted answered about his production background, his influences and what happened with BSD....

The mix will be going to air this Thursday:

Show: Disc Breaks with Llupa ft. Colombo 'Antiques Of The Future' showcase
Date: Thursday, 10th November, 2011
Time: 0900 - 1100 UK (8-10pm here in Melbourne)

Listen: http://www.nsbradio.co.uk
Chat: http://www.nsbradio.co.uk/chat



What is is his background in music and how does he seem to know the formula for making such dancefloor friendly music.
I´ve been writing music since 12 years ago, which has given me my current experience and background. Regarding the formula is quite easy, i just write the music i would like to hear as a party head

The album is really diverse in it's vibes - when you sit down to write a tune, do you know what it'll sound like at the end, or do you just go with whatever comes out at the time?
I normally have recurrent inspirational moments. Either if I’m watching TV, having a beer with my mates, or in pretty much any random moment I can get an idea which I normally develop in my mind, imagining a beginning, middle and end of the track, then I try to apply this idea in my studio as soon as i can jump in there, so yeah I guess you can say most of the times I know what I want of every track before I start writing it.

You are incredibly prolific - what is your secret?
I’m not entirely sure why this is. I think it could be related to how much love I have for music, and how fast my ideas flow. If you like doing something a LOT, you can get very effective in how you utilize every minute in your studio. I manage to get things done pretty quickly, hence why I can come up with loads of material in a not very long time.

Now the album is done - what's next for you?
I guess I’ll just become a pensioner… (jokes). You’ll be able to hear much more material from Colombo very soon.

Why did you choose to keep your identities in BSD a secret?
This was just an experiment where we wanted to check the reaction of public to a masked act with unknown identities. To be honest I wasn’t fully convinced about this strategy at the beginning, but it became pretty obvious that people like this kind of mysteries a lot, so it wasn’t a very bad idea after all…

What is the most random thing ever to happen to him behind the decks?
I haven’t had many nightmares behind decks, but for example, last Halloween I was playing in an event in Spain. That same night the time was moving one hour back and I was running a bit late. Long story short, I ended up in the booth 3 minutes before my dj set. When I reached to my cd case, this wasn’t with me, as I forgot it in the car. I had to ask the dj to carry on playing, as I ran over the whole festival to get to the parking, pick up the case, and marathon back to the stage… It was a pretty good set, but a bit sweaty though..!

Where is the most random place he's ever dj'd
No random places to comment I’m afraid, as they all have been clubs or festivals…

Do you write any other genres of music?
Yeah apart from breaks I write some House, Electro House, Tech House or Chill Out tunes.

What instruments do you play if any?
Yeah I know how to play piano, so every keyboard based instrument applies too.

Does he know much aussie made breaks? and what does he think of it?
All i’ve Heard is that there has always been a good scene there. Sometimes is not so easy to keep track with the distance, but I would love to get a tour going to see it first hand.

Can I please have his Kickdrums?
LOL, Yeah i’ll give them to you as soon as i figure out a new music style without kicks, but with the same punch than breaks music… ☺

What does he think of the current state of breaks worldwide compared to its past, and where does he see the future?
I think breaks producers should start making more “commercial” breaks, and stop focusing so much in weird sounding styles, which sounds more orientated to other producers than to the public itself. Producers should look ONLY to what the public wants to make music, and the wide public wants easy listening, catchy music that makes you move, this is a fact. Regarding the future, is very difficult to predict, but my wishes are that loads of extremely good breaks music comes up to the market, making this style occupy the status which should have within the electronic music industry.

What is the real truth behind the BSD split?
As you can imagine, this is a pretty long story, but the main reasons were, that I didn’t want to keep hiding my identity. Also by the way we were operating I considered that another person was getting merits for things he wasn’t doing, cause I was the group producer and the music writer, so I saw myself in a quite unfair situation. The whole thing had a bit of sweet-sour flavor, but this belongs to the past now…

Any plans to come to Australia? if so when?
I ‘ve had some interest by a few promoters already, but so far nothing have consolidated. I’m sure I’ll end up visiting Australia for a tour sooner or later.

Does he write under any other names?
Yes, Alexic Rod, but only for Houre or Tech-House tracks

Does he have children and if so would he want them to be Dj's or involved in the music industry?
Nope I don’t have children, and I don’t have short terms plans for this, so I haven’t thought a lot about if I would want to see them involved in the music industry …

Has he seen Glee and does he secretly like it?
Is this a tv program…? Havent seen it …

What is his favourite bit of studio kit?
Some good monitors with a powerfull computer, is the main thing. I have a couple of synths like the Virus TI also, but the main element is getting your mindset right to make the music.

What does he do in his down time when hes not breaking?
When I’m not produce music I’m normally thinking about music… It really takes a lot of space in my mind…

What does he listen to that isn't breaks?
Yeah I listen to loads of electronic music styles, like House, Electro, Deep House, Chill Out, Indie Dance and many many others, but mainly all electronic music based.

Who are his biggest influences?
My biggest influence is the music by The Cristal Method. I think you can hear a lot of this influence in my music.

What does he make tunes with? software/hardware wise
This is a top secret….

Thursday, November 3, 2011

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Disc Breaks with Llupa - 180 - 03/11/11

No guest mix this week, so was able to get stuck into the full 2 hours and loved every minute of it :D Lot's of new stuff from Scarcity, DSUK, Dead Famous, Yellow Finger, iBreaks and VIM

Archive - Roughly 2 hours, 108MB
Direct Download - Disc Breaks with Llupa - 180 - 3rd November 2011
Podcast - Disc Breaks Podcast

01. Dream Logic - Wake Me [Morphosis Limited]
02. Alexander Xendzov & Undersky - Falling With Eyes Shut [Mistiquemusic]
03. Alfoa - Origami [Morphosis Limited]
04. Michael Burns - We Will Fade (Abdomen Burst 'Reminiscence' mix) [CDR]
05. Flack.su - T-Break (Aeron Aether Remix) [Glack Audio]
06. Soulboy - Roasted Boar [VIM Records]
07. Sovt - Your Wish [Perceptive Recordings]
08. Line of Sight & Duane Barry - Machina Mori [Digital Sensation UK]
09. Colombo - Nugatory [iBreaks]
10. Choc St. Clair - Blast Off [Dead Famous]
11. Cage Page vs Toy Quantize - Remember The Feature (Open Cluster Remix) [Digital Sensation UK]
12. Tony Awake feat. NuAnn - I Can Fly (Mesmer Remix) [Scarcity Records]
13. Douglas Howarth - Sliced Bread In Serious Trouble [Morphosis Limited]
14. Atlantis Vs Avatar feat. Miriam Stockley - Fiji (Line of Sight Remix) [Scuna Music]
15. Geon Perpetual Motion (Colombo Remix) [Acida Records]
16. Digital Breaks Foundation with Retroid - Nightfall [VIM Records]
17. Destroyers - Celders (Tom Clyde Remix) [VIM Records]
18 Aggresivnes -Futurisia (Blazer Remix) [Electroshok]
19. 48k - Barb Wired (Bad Tango Remix) [Yellow Finger Communications]
20. Elite Force - No Turning Back (Hedflux Mix) [U&A]
21. Colombo - Scent of Love [iBreaks]

Archive - Roughly 2 hours, 108MB
Direct Download - Disc Breaks with Llupa - 180 - 3rd November 2011
Podcast - Disc Breaks Podcast

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Thursday, October 20, 2011

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Disc Breaks with Llupa - 179 - ft. AP3X - 20/10/11

Coming in with the guest mix hat trick, this week we're featuring one of the new and rising stars in the scene - AP3X. AP3x has been a name on the local scene in New Zealand, but really broke out internationally with his recent single on Ridiculoud 'Power Struggle' - I rinsed it and the Retroid remix a lot, so thought I should get him on the show to see what else he has coming up and to get an idea of what he's got in the box. Needless to say he's thrown down a wickedly chunky mix featuring some of his new stuff and a host of new tunes from the deep tech funk end of breakbeat.

I also have the one and only fellow NSB DJ The Scritch staying at Chez Llupa, so expect some b2b shizzle for the first hour



AP3X

AP3X is a name that has become synonymous with dark, driving, energetic music in the Auckland dance scene.

From playing parties at the local soccer club in rural South Auckland on an old pc and Tractor V1.0, aged 16, to supporting international acts like Freestylers (UK), Scratch Perverts (UK), Rennie Pilgrim (UK), Baobinga & I.D (UK), NAPT (UK), Vent (UK), one thing that hasn’t changed is a true love for electronic music.


Arriving on the Auckland club scene in 2002 with the conception of “Revolt”, co-promoted with the infamous Andy Bukshot, he started off playing progressive house and techno. The eventual discovery of breaks around 2003 set the course for the future.



After gigs all around the North Island, guest dj mixes on NZ national music TV channel ‘Juice’ as well as the two major Auckland Dance radio stations, co-hosting the ‘Audio Damage’ show on UPFM and holding things down for one of NZ’s longest running breaks nights “Infectious” with co-promoters and dj’s $ure$hot and Joe Revell, the natural progression was to move onto production.

With a couple of minor releases already under his belt, AP3X shifted focus from the club to the studio. The result is his first release with U.S label Ridiculoud Records, “Power Struggle” with a remix from breaks heavyweight Retroid. Now with the controls firmly set to making tough, driving, prog tipped breaks, watch this space...



Catch AP3X alongside Andy Bukshot weekly on the ‘Audio Damage’ show on UPFM 107.5 local or stream at http://www.upfm.dj

http://soundcloud.com/ap3x

Archive - Roughly 2 hours, 115MB
Direct Download - Disc Breaks with Llupa - 179 - ft. AP3X - 20th October 2011
Podcast - Disc Breaks Podcast


Damn, that was a solid guest mix - big props to AP3X for laying down the goodness - he is a name you're going to be hearing more from real soon. Big shout to the Scritch too for the back 2 back shenanigans, always nice to mix it up live on the show.

Llupa b2b Scritch

01. Cage Page Vs Toy Quantise - Remember The Feature (Fisso & Spark Remix) [DSUK]
02. A-Mase - Emotions & Dreams (Digital Department Remix) [DSUK]
03. Pitch Black - Bird Soul (FunknSloCuts Remix)
04. Stanton Warriors - Who Are The Warriors (Bass Kleph Remix)
05. Taishan - Capoeria Ting
06. Taishan - Dub Hypnosis
07. Zarbizarre - Kinesthetic
08. Kid Panel - My Funny [Breaks.sk]
09. Plump DJ's - Pray For You ft. Gary Newman (Lee Coombs Remix)
10. Meat Katie - Bizarre Is Beautiful (MartOpetEr Remix) [CDR]
11. Hedflux - Integrator [AUX]
12. Bo Scott - Bo Knows Disco (Monk3ylogic Remix) [Kick It Recordings]
13. Mike Hulme - 100mg (The Loops Of Fury Remix)

Guest mix - AP3X

01. Neurodriver - The Depths
02. Elite Force - No Turning Back (Hedflux Remix)
03. Hardnoise - Body Works
04. Kosheen DJ's - Konflict (AP3X Edit)
05. Weekend Hero's - Tribal Dose
06. Far Too Loud - Rock That Beat
07. Meat Katie - Bizarre is Beautiful VS. Refracture - Let Go (AP3X Edit)
08. Headflux vs. Neurodriver - Energy Vibration
09. AP3X vs. Home Alone - Connect
10. Headflux - Basscake (Plastic Shell Remix)
11. Pop Art - Lola

Archive - Roughly 2 hours, 115MB
Direct Download - Disc Breaks with Llupa - 179 - ft. AP3X - 20th October 2011
Podcast - Disc Breaks Podcast


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Thursday, October 13, 2011

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Disc Breaks with Llupa - 178 - ft. Breaks.sk Records - 13/10/11

Backing it up with another exclusive label showcase this time from another new label - Breaks.sk. Run by Macho the label has only been around for a couple of years, but has put out some solid and quality releases that I've rinsed well and proper on the show. This mix showcases some of the previous tracks but also gives us a taster of whats coming on a label that gets better with every release.


Breaks.sk

Breaks.sk records is breakbeat label based in Slovakia, started in November 2009 and run by Macho.

Artist roster includes Andy Faze, Bobsan, Brabeats, Digibox, Dj33, Ear Drum Kru, Grade-E, Home Alone, In:formation, K-Beatz, Kid Panel, Killreall, Macho, Metha, One of Bra, Open Cluster, Sam Hell, Shroombab, The Analogeeks, The Lucky 23, The Mind Hackers, Trukers and Vida G.

Some of singles hit Beatport Breaks Top 100, Trackitdown Breaks Top 100 and JunoDownload Top 100. Actual release by Metha will be reviewed in Mixmag december issue. Releases got nice feedback and support from Elite Force, Meat Katie, Beatman and Ludmilla, Rektchordz, Hedflux, Vandal, Mike Hulme, Pale Penguin and more...

http://www.breaks.sk
http://www.soundcloud.com/breaks-sk-records
http://www.facebook.com/breakssk
http://www.twitter.com/breaksskrecords
http://www.myspace.com/breaksskrecords
http://www.facebook.com/machobreakbeat

Archive - Roughly 2 hours, 109MB
Direct Download - Disc Breaks with Llupa - 178 - ft. Breaks.sk Records - 13th October 2011
Podcast - Disc Breaks Podcast


Cheers to Macho for a wicked taster of all things Breaks.sk - lot's a tasty stuff coming soon from them :D shorter mix from me, but still managed to squeeze in the goodness including a couple of tracks off the forthcoming iBreaks long player release from Colombo + a first time play for AP3X & Home Alone 'Connect' coming soon on Diablo Loco Records

Llupa

01. Evgeny KoTT - Deep Moments (Alfoa Deep Diving Remix) [Nueva Digital]
02. Omauha - Extra [Morphosis Limited]
03. Sovt - Your Wish [Perceptive Recordings]
04. HardNoise - End of Summer (Parallax Breakz remix) [RUNE Recordings]
05. Colombo - Nugatory [iBreaks]
06. Tom Clyde - Zeitgeist [Diablo Loco Records]
07. Elite Force - No Turning Back (Hedflux Mix) [U&A]
08. AP3X & Home Alone - Connect [Diablo Loco Records]
09. Colombo - We’re going Here [iBreaks]

Guest Mix - Breaks.sk Records

01. the lucky 23 - big time
02. metha - dark smile
03. the lucky 23 - up and down
04. ear drum kru - 24 7 (macho remix)
05. kid panel - medicine (feat. vida g)
06. macho - transformers (red key mix)
07. the analogeeks - psychofunk
08. macho - reptile (digibox remix)
09. trukers - promising (open cluster remix)
10. macho - red key (home alone remix)
11. vida g - why
12. k-beatz - rock2night
13. macho and djane tracy - so real
14. killreall - dub4life (brabeats remix)

Archive - Roughly 2 hours, 109MB
Direct Download - Disc Breaks with Llupa - 178 - ft. Breaks.sk Records - 13th October 2011
Podcast - Disc Breaks Podcast


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Thursday, October 6, 2011

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Disc Breaks with Llupa - 177 - ft. Diablo Loco Records - 06/10/11

Back with another label showcase, this time from a newer label making waves across the scene Diablo Loco Records! Only up to their 7th release, but already known for the quality techy focussed breaks, the sister label of VIM has launched with a bang and this mix showcases some of what has been released as well as a stack of new stuff still to come. Make sure you grab this show as Diablo Loco Records are fast becoming a fave label of some serious breaks heads - and the not so serious ones... ;)


DIABLO LOCO RECORDS

DIABLO LOCO RECORDS is a new label inspired by the culture of traditional Mexican wrestling and it’s heroes…..the famous LUCHADORES.

With the aim to deliver top quality Electronic music to the audience the label is focused on Tech-Breaks, Electro-Breaks and Tech-Funk sound. Based on a roster of top quality producers and remixers you can expect killer monthly singles, extraordinary yearly compilation EPs and some awesome mix compilations.

Diablo Loco’s design, logos, visual appearance etc will be focused on the Luchadores culture while music will be primarily dancefloor oriented! The label was launched at the beginning of 2011 by PALE PENGUIN (V.I.M.RECORDS label manager) and STAMA aka WASABI (ERASE RECORDS label manager). With some killer singles by the likes of DJ HAL, PETE JORDAN & MICHAEL MORPH, LIZARD KINGS & ELECTRIC SOULSIDE, LADY PACKA, HOME ALONE, DIGIBOX, TOM CLYDE superb remixes by PETE JORDAN & HEXADECIMAL, HOME ALONE, CAPTAIN MAGIC aka VANDAL, BOONOS, DEENK, MESMER, ROBOSAPIENS, COLOMBO, THE ANALOGEEKS and upcoming hot stuff by some of today’s best artists of the Tech-Breaks/Tech-Funk scene seems that 2011 will be a special year for the label.

Log on, tune in and watch out……..for the Truth Behind The Mask!

http://www.myspace.com/diablolocorecords
http://soundcloud.com/diablo-loco-records
http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100001097487256


Archive - Roughly 2 hours, 108MB
Direct Download - Disc Breaks with Llupa - 177 - ft. Diablo Loco Records - 6th October 2011
Podcast - Disc Breaks Podcast

Big shout to Diablo Loco for a great guest mix spanning the whole range of tracks coming outta the label - all quality! Lot's of new stuff in tmine too from, DSUK, VIM, Acida and a classic from LOT49

Llupa

01. Deeply Unexpected - Stolen Disco [VIM Records]
02. A-Mase - Emotions & Dreams (Digital Department Remix) [Digital Sensation UK]
03. Stylus Rex - Halo Ember [Ground Level]
04. Andrew Maze - Too Late (MDK Remix) [Digital Sensation UK]
05. Alfoa - Origami [Morphosis Limited]
06. The Brainkiller - Neptuno [Distortion Records]
07. CUT & RUN - Vienna [Crisp Biscuit]
08. Geon - Perpetual Motion (Colombo Remix) [Acida Records]
09. Hedflux, Neurodriver - Energy Vibration [Broken Robot]
10. Koma & Bones - Get Down (The Breakfastaz Remix) [LOT49]
11. DiiSTORTiiON - Cyber Warfare [VIM]
12. Home Alone Vs. Yreane - Low Freq [Yellowfinger]

Guest Mix - Diablo Loco Records

Tracklist to come....

Archive - Roughly 2 hours, 119MB
Direct Download - Disc Breaks with Llupa - 177 - ft. Diablo Loco Records - 6th October 2011
Podcast - Disc Breaks Podcast


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Thursday, September 22, 2011

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Disc Breaks with Llupa - 176 - 22/09/11

Been wanting to do a deeper, slower mix for a while and recently bought some prefect tunes for the mix, so here it is - enjoy!

No show next week as away with work, but will be back the following week with a guest mix from AP3X

Archive - Roughly 2 hours, 112MB
Direct Download - Disc Breaks with Llupa - 176 - 22nd September 2011
Podcast - Disc Breaks Podcast

01. Alexander Xendzov & Undersky - Falling With Eyes Shut (Blusoul Free Fall Remix) [Mistiquemusic]
02. Man Of Bamboo, Alex Fat - Totus Tus (Man Of Bamboo Mix) [ Take One Records]
03. Kawatin - Plate Tectonics (Flack.su Remix) [Glack Audio]
04. Dan F - The Politics Of Summer (TM7 Remix) [Glack Audio]
05. Yadek - Milky Way [Morphosis Limited]
06. Blusoul - Vertigo Bender [Mistiquemusic]
07. Jarius Miller & Lee Pennington - InnerStatic (Retroid Remix) [Pure Substance Digital]
08. DP-6 - Deep Sea (DP-6 Breaks Mix) [DP-6 Records]
09. Way Out West - The Gift (Way Out West's 2010 Remix) [Deconstruction]
10. Roger T - Lovely Room (Parallax Breakz Remix) [RUNE Recordings]
11. Monojoke - It Feels Good [Particles]
12. Evave - Let It Free (East Cafe Breaks Free Mix) [Digital Sensation UK]
13. Elite Force - You (Hybrid Mix) [U&A Recordings]
14. PMT - Necromancer [En:Vision Recordings]
15. Sasha - Cut Me Down (Retroid Remix) [CDR]
16. Evave - Rain Castle (Aeron Aether Remix) [Digital Sensation UK]
17. Stefan Anion - Strangers (Aeron Aether Remix) [Silk Digital Records]
18. Chris Nemmo - Nightshade (Nemmotronic Mix) [Digital Sensation UK]
19. Abdomen Burst - Karkelure (Aeron Aether Remix) [Morphosis Limited]
20. Hybrid - Blind Side (Widescreen Eclectro Mix) [Kill City Records]
21. Atlantis Vs Avatar ft. Miriam Stockley - Fiji (Line of Sight Remix) [Scuna Music]

Archive - Roughly 2 hours, 112MB
Direct Download - Disc Breaks with Llupa - 176 - 22nd September 2011
Podcast - Disc Breaks Podcast

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Thursday, September 15, 2011

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Disc Breaks with Llupa - 175 - 15/09/2011

Lot's of different stuff this week - some classics, some new stuff, some house, some tech, some prog, some psy - all deep :D

Having issues getting this to show up on iTunes, hopefully it'll be there soon

Archive - Roughly 2 hours, 112MB
Direct Download - Disc Breaks with Llupa - 175 - 15th September 2011
Podcast - Disc Breaks Podcast

01. Dan F - Zhenghe [Sound Of Habib]
02. The Lucky 23 - Big Time [Breaks.sk]
03. Kombainer - I Don't Have Enough Money (4Kuba Remix) [Subtribe Records
04. Fisso & Spark - Up and Down [Ridiculoud Records]
05. Showroom Dummies - Gaze (AMB Remix) [Glack Audio]
06. Seth Vogt - Dont Turn Away (Oracle Breaks Remix) [M-Toxin Recordings]
07. Future Funk Squad and Beatman & Ludmilla - About To Fall [En:Vision Recordings]
08. Liquid Soul - Love In Stereo (Jerome Isma-Ae Remix) [Iboga Records]
09. Andrew Maze - Too Late (His Boy Elroy Remix) [Morphosis Limited]
10. Flashtech - Granulated (Yanix Remix) [Digital Sensation UK]
11. Duane Barry - Cosmia (Line of Sight Remix) [Digital Sensation UK]
12. Skaarj - Digital Parasite [NFB]
13. Hardnoise - Go To The Shopping (Line Of Sight Remix) [Distorsion Records]
14. Geon - Additions (Colombo Remix) [Acida Records]
15. Macho - Breakstar (MartOpetEr Remix) [VIM]
16. Digibox - I See You (Andy Faze Remix) [VIM]
17. Macho - Rewind (Parallax Breakz Remix) [VIM]
18. Parallax Breakz - Waves [RUNE]
19. Unconscious Minds vs. Peak - 5D Hologram [Psychoactive Records]
20. Roboteknic - Our World [Divergence]
21. AP3X - Power Struggle (Retroid Remix) [Ridiculoud Records]
22. Hedflux - Non Stop [Breakin’ Even]
23. 4Kuba - Destiny [iBreaks]

Archive - Roughly 2 hours, 112MB
Direct Download - Disc Breaks with Llupa - 175 - 15th September 2011
Podcast - Disc Breaks Podcast

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Thursday, September 8, 2011

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Disc Breaks with Llupa - 174- 08/09/11

Lot's of the deepness this week, with a good rinse of some older and more recent tunes and classics.

Archive - Roughly 2 hours, 111MB
Direct Download - Disc Breaks with Llupa - 174 - 8th September 2011
Podcast - Disc Breaks Podcast

01. The PQM Project - Love Of The Hour (Dan HabarNam Remix) [Abducted Recordings]
02. Cloudbuster - Take Me To Your Heart [Exklusive]
03. Tristan, Yvel - Pillow [Heavy Rotation]
04. Duane Barry - Searching The Stars (The Emissary Remix) [DSUK]
05. Aeron Aether - Abandon (Fretwell Remix) [Tilth Music]
06. Chris Nemmo - Nightshade (Retroid Remix) [DSUK]
07. Flack.su - T-Break (Aeron Aether Remix) [Glack Audio]
08. Jared Kesler & David Burdick -In The Moment [Rune Records]
09. Blazer - Nautilus 42 [Ayra Recordings]
10. Future Funk Squad - Alien (The Peepshow Ownerz Remix) [En:Vision Recordings]
11. Orbital - One Perfect Sunrise (Stereo B Remix) [Orbital Music]
12. Duane Barry - Searching The Stars (The Emissary Remix) [DSUK] (yes, again ;) )
13. Sidel & Dallean - Lost In Time (Monojoke Remix) [Scarcity Records]
14. Jariten & Myagi - Still Feat. Sandra Nagano (Beta Remix) [Sound Of Habib]
15. Ilya Mosolov - Connections (Parallax Breakz Remix) [RUNE Records]
16. Skein - Renegade [Pieces Of Eight Records]
17. Psure + Psyon - The Tough Case [XSSR]
18. Dascyllus - Tokamak [Glack]
19. Helbot - Deep Inside [Composure Records (UK)]
20. Neo - Aura (Cosmonaut Rework) [Electrofly]
21. New Order - Crystal (Line Of Sight Remix) [CDR]
22. Nomek - Bulgaria [Play Digital]

Archive - Roughly 2 hours, 111MB
Direct Download - Disc Breaks with Llupa - 174 - 8th September 2011
Podcast - Disc Breaks Podcast

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