Slyde – Promo Mix 2009


Slyde were a UK DJ/producer duo Robin Twelftree and Jason Laidback both with a well established musical background. The duo started the Slyde project back in 2002 and soon caught the eye of Finger Lickin Records a label which they called home for quite a few years and a place where they released their uniquie sound of Funky Breaks including the well known “Slipperty Slide”. Gaining a huge following the lads toured bringing their sound all over the world.





General Midi – Promo Mix January 2010


General Midi, or Paul Crossman, who also performed under the name Fluid, came out of the Bristol club scene, making a splash when he became resident DJ at the Shimmy Club in 1994. His mix of breakbeat with nu-skool, electronica, house, and hip-hop made him a popular act.

Emerging from the backrooms of the Bristol Club scene his slick DJ ability and an ear for a great tune gave him regular appearances at breaks hotspots across the planet such as Fabric, Chew The Fat, Blow Pop, Sounds On Sundays (Sydney), Two Tribes (Australia), Zouk (Singapore), Budapest, all across the USA, Hungary, Spain, Serbia, China and Hong Kong. Teaming up with production partner Eelz, General Midi has been responsible for some of the most genre defining tunes in ‘The Westoner’ (’99) ‘Daft Funk’ (’01) ‘Further’ (’03) & ‘You will Be Under’ (’03), ‘Entertainer’ (’04), ‘Bass Rockerz’ (’04) & ‘House of Funk’ (’05).

General Midi’s singles have been released on some of the most respected breaks labels of the time, including TCR (Rennie Pilgrems label) & Kilowatt (Hyper’s label). In 1999 he released his single “The Westerner,” followed two years later by “Daft Funk,” the same year that his first full-length release, Genetically Modified. All of this has led to his debut artist album ‘Midi Style’ which was released on Distinct’ive Records in 2005. In 2009 he released his follow up album ‘Operation Overdrive’.

Paul Crossman also worked with writing partner and audio engineer Al Watson in the duo act called “Starecase”.

Currently Paul Crossman works as as a Teacher of Computing at Lampton School, London UK.





Dopamine – Arcadia Promo Mix September 2005



Matt Goddard aka Dopamine is an Australian born artist who rose to fame by winning Best Single with the anthem of a track called “Hold You” at the Breakspoll awards in 2006. He was also co-owner of Title Fight records with Klaus “Heavyweight” Hill a now defunct label. While not always producing breakbeat music Dopamine moved onto house, minimal and tech releases with which he still produces today.





Tar3D – Dark Dimensions Volume 3



Taking us into the Dark Dimensions Tar3D drops some of his favorite Breaks & Bass tracks bringing together the sounds of both old and new for his first mix of 2020.






1. Chris Lake – Changes (Scratch-D & B-Minus VIP Remix)
2. DJ Fixx – Stars (Original Mix)
3. McTwist feat. BBK – Boss (Beatslappaz Remix)
4. Chris Royal – Dance Floor (Original Mix)
5. Merlyn – Short Circuit (Original Mix)
6. Born Dirty feat. jstlbby – Get Up Get Out (Extended)
7. Shockillaz – Floor Filler (Original Mix)
8. Bad Boyz Of Breakz – Take Me Away (Original Breaks Mix)
9. Yo Speed feat. Mutantbreakz – New Flava (Original Mix)
10. Lakotah – FTW (Bubble Couple Remix)
11. Gosize – Retro Science (Original Mix)


Funkanomics – Ching Zeng Taped #56



Funkanomics were are force to be reckoned with back in the beginning of the Ghetto Funk genre producing some unique tunes and remixing some of the top names around. Lately though they have been pretty quite when it comes to producing music.

One part of the Funkanomics is still playing gigs and DJing though and this is a brand new mix from him featuring all sorts of genres throughout.