Stanton Warriors – LIVE @ Electric Gardens August 2007

 

 

Another Stanton Warriors LIVE mix i thought i had posted on the Old Breaks Mixes Soundcloud but i hadn’t. I had a look around on the net and couldn’t find it any where but i did download it 13 years ago and kept a copy on one of my hard drives all this time. This DJ mix from the Stanton Warriors is from the Electric Gardens Festival back in August 2007 and compliments the A Skillz mix which you will find on the Old Breaks Mixes Soundcloud too. Enjoy !

 

 

 

 

NAPT – Triple J Mixup – 17.7.2010

 

 

NAPT were an award winning Breakbeat duo from London UK. They won 3 awards at Breakspoll 2009 including, best producer, best track and best remix plus best breaks track at the 2009 Beatport music awards. This mix was at the height of their careers showcasing their talent as a LIVE DJ act as well as containing some of their award winning tracks. What they are up to today i do not know …..

 

 

 

 

 

Drumattic Twins – Money Shot Recordings Promo Mix 2007

 

 

Lanx and Nick Slater, aka the Drumattic Twins, have been a leading force in dance music since they first began touring over 20 years ago. Making their name as Shades of Rhythm, they ruled the early nineties rave scene with legendary anthems ‘Sweet Sensation’, ‘Sound of Eden’, ‘Extacy’ and ‘Homicide’ and performed with the likes of The Prodigy and N-Joi.

After rebranding themselves as the Drumattic Twins in 1997, Nick and Lanx quickly replicated this global notoriety thanks to the massive hit tracks ‘Feelin Kinda Strange’ ‘Twister’ and ‘HyperSpeed’. They teamed up with the legendary release platform Finger Lickin Records in 1999 and settled quickly into the close-knit world of the breakbeat scene, working alongside global acts such as Plump DJs, Soul of Man and Lee Coombs.

From a string of releases from 1999 starting with top the selling “Feeling Kinda Strange” till late 2013 with their “Get Up and Dance EP” on Sugarbeat Records and 2 full length albums in between the Drumattic Twins have laid down a variety of music that have influenced the Breaks Scene and shaped it in to what it is today.

 

 

 

 

 

Slyde – Promo Mix September 2010

 

 

Slyde were a UK DJ/producer duo named 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 unique sound of Funky high tempo breaks including the well known track “Slipperty Slide”. Gaining a huge following the duo toured bringing their unique sound all over the world. This mix was a promotional item for Finger Lickin Records back in 2010.

 

 

 

 

 

Lebrosk – Hubie Sounds Guest Mix September 2020

 

 

Lebrosk takes us down memory lane with tunes new and old playing some great old warehouse breaks type of sounds. Some rolling broken beats producing quite a journey till the end with great flow between tracks and really good music to listen too.

Check out all the Hubie Sounds weekly shows here: www.mixcloud.com/HubieSounds

 

 

 

 

Tracklist:

01. Lone – How Can You Tell
02. Circa 92 – Pacific State
03. Bicep – Glue
04. Lone – Temples
05. Dusky – Amongst The Gods
06. Radio Slave – The Revenge
07. Lazy Ants – Present
08. JT Company – Don’t Deal With Us (Dusky Extended Edit)
09. Crystal Waters – Gypsy Waters (DieMantle RaveYard Mix)
10. System – AKA Orange
11. Borai – Sanctuary
12. Future Wildstyle – Ultrafunkula
13. Orign8a & Propa – Turn Me Out
14. Sub Focus – Love Divine
15. Prospa – The One