REL1 - Free Breaks Promo Mix Vol 1, Exclusive Interview and Re-edits - Free Breaks Blog If you haven't heard or downloaded a REL1 edit in the last few years then where have you been. This guy has made a name for himself tearing apart some of the biggest and best house, electro and dubstep sounds and reworking them into massive breakbeat floorfillers. He has been throwing down these tracks way before Krafty Kuts and the rest of the breaks elite saw the potential and his edits have featured on mixes and in sets by all the big names. His tracks recently saw him being booked to play in Spain and have made him a well known name internationally within the breaks scene. Today at the blog we are very proud to be bringing you the very first Free Breaks Promo Mix, mixed by REL1. The mix is a fast and furious blend of brand new, unreleased, electro, breaks and dubstep edits from the man himself.
1 Mar 2011 While the breakbeat community and for that matter most of the world eagerly awaiting the new Stanton Warriors album to be released, the guys have dropped a taster to wet your appetites. If you follow them on Twitter you've probably seen this already, if not head over HERE to grab MIA - Internet Connection (Stanton Warriors Remix). A great booty shaking affair with MIA's unmistakable vocal flow and the Stantons trademark beats and breaks. Can't wait for the new album! http://www.stantonwarriors.com/ Stanton Warriors - Free Breaks Blog
<div id="posterousbar_nojs"><a href="http://posterous.com/"><img src="/images/header/yellow.png" alt="Posterous" /></a></div> Free Breaks Blog 30 Jan 2011 Myagi Download full size (91 KB) Amazing bootleg Remix of Rebellion (Lies) by Arcade Fire. Myagi - Free Breaks Blog
It’s become apparent to anyone who’s paying attention that the West Coast of the US has become the forefront for glitch hop and experimental bass music, but from time to time producers from far fetched corners of the world chime in on the conversation with their take on what it means to whomp. Example: Luke Latimer and Rocco Mico are a production duo from the rural northern coast of the new New South Wales province in Australia. A chance 5 minute encounter with a set of turntables started the duo on a 5 year journey to become the glitch hop act Blunt Instrument. Drawing early influence from instrumental hip hop maestros DJ Food and Shadow, the two have been on a constant mission to create the most cutting edge beats available; its no wonder they’re currently working in glitch hop and don’t see stopping such anytime soon. Blunt Instrument - Free Breaks Blog