TAR3D – Dark Dimensions Volume 4



Entering Dark Dimensions Volume 4 we find TAR3D selecting a bunch of new and old breaks tracks to provide us with a backdrop of some excellent breaks music. TAR3D throws down an inferno of all thriller no filler Breaks & Bass tracks blending the sounds of the past and present.







1.) Dark Dimensions Intro
2.) Wes Smith – The Tribe (Original Mix)
3.) Yo Speed – Free Ur Mind (Original Mix)
4.) Stanton Warriors – Somali Funk (Original Mix)
5.) Smookie Illson, CLB – Yella (Keith MacKenzie VIP Mix)
6.) Pinguino – Take My Time (Original Mix)
7.) DJ Icey – Club Deep (Original Mix)
8.) DJ Magic Mike, OnDaMiKe – Drop The Bass (2020 Mix)
9.) Bradley Drop – Turn Me Up (Original Mix)
10.) Brothers Of Funk – How We Do (Original Mix)
11.) Clipz ft. Ms. Banks, MS Dynamite, Jaykae – Again (Redlight Remix)
12.) Slip 187, R0X – Basstown (Original Mix)
13.) Chris Royal – Booty Bounce (Original Mix)
14.) Rob Analyze, BDA – Go (Original Mix)
15.) Charles Davis – City Of Dreams (Kid Panel Remix)
16.) The Darrow Chem Syndicate – Breakin’ For You (Kuplay Remix)



Elite Force – Mixed By B-Roll



B-Roll has been on a roll lately (pardon the pun) by mixing tracks from some of the more well known artists to brace the breaks scene over the last 20 years. On this occasion B-Roll selects tracks from the master that is Elite Force known for help starting the Tech Funk genre, a more 4 on the floor type of breakbeat. Don’t worry there are breaks tracks in the mix too.






1 Deadmau5 – Ghosts n Stuff (Elite Force Re-Fix) (DJ Version) Deadmau5, Elite Force
2 Reclaim the Airwaves Elite Force
3 Kinetika Elite Force
4 Pure & Free Elite Force
5 Driving Me Crazy Elite Force
6 Mindfunkpsychedelic Elite Force
7 Jazo Ribello Elite Force
8 Shadowbox Elite Force
9 Bangkok State (Unreleased Revamp) Elite Force & Friends
10 We Are Distrikt Elite Force
11 Seven 10 (Unreleased Revamp) Access Denied, Atomic Hooligan, Elite Force
12 The Gamechanger Elite Force
13 La Furioza Elite Force
14 Mojosa Elite Force
15 No Turning Back Elite Force
16 Standing in the Way of the Engine Elite Force Vs The Gossip
17 Society Suicides Elite Force
18 Maps (Elite Force Re-Fix) Yeah Yeah Yeahs



Adam Freeland – Kiss 100FM Breakbeat Show 1999



Considered one of the pioneers of the Nu Skool Breaks sound and an innovative person in trying out new sounds Adam Freeland was pretty much there at the beginning of the Nu Skool Breaks genre. This mix from 1999 was a kick start of the scene as we know it today for Breaks. Adam had a regular slot on UK’s KISS FM with his ground breaking breakbeat show mixing (all in vinyl) a collection of artists that paved the way for a very loved genre at that time.

For more information about Adam Freeland: www.en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Adam_Freeland






Future Funk Squad – Sesion Sala Marea – 14.6.2003




Glen Nicholls better known as Future Funk Squad or FFS has been in the breaks game for a heck of a long time, infact some of my very early vinyl purchases included a variety of his tracks. With an impressive list of tunes, remixes and albums Glen has worked with the best in the industry from UNKLE to The Prodigy to The Crytal Method. This mix was sent to me by a like minded music friend from Spain and was recorded Live back in 2003, expect a lot of upfont Nu Skool Breaks.






Force Mass Motion – BBZ Exclusive Mix 2006



Mike Wells aka Force Mass Motion released his first record back in 1991 on Colin Faver’s legendary Rabbit City Records. One of the major tracks at the time was “Panic” which gained mass popularity and earned him a place in touring the world. He also worked under names like Polaris and Cableguy, collaborated with Dylan Rhymes and played a key role in developing the breakbeat scene with tunes like ‘Hold Back’ and ‘Vanquish’ that took him to a deal with Critical Mass Recordings.

He also worked in sound design for the TV show Dark Angel, released the Silencer album that was dubbed the future of breakbeat, went on to work with Meat Katie’s Lot49 and recorded with UK Cream resident Paul Hillyer under the name Xpander.

This mix from 2006 was for the well known Russian Breaks Forum site (at the time) BBZ. It is a mixture of 4 on the floor Tech Funk and Breakbeat.