Pecoe – The Back Catalogue Volume 1

 

 

 

For the Back Catalogue series of Ableton mixes i went with Breaks tracks from 2000 to 2010 (maybe some a bit earlier). Some solid releases within this time with artists finding their feet in the early 2000’s and with production and sounds getting better and better over the years. Lots of different Breaks styles in these mixes and a lot of high energy tracks too. The tracks in the mixes are all record vinyl rips so excuse the quality of the sound in some places.

Hope you guys and gals dig the series, you can only find it on my Mixcloud but i have given the ability to download the mixes as a MP3 direct from my Dropbox via a bit.ly link so i can keep track of how many downloads they receive.

 

 

 

 

Tracklist

McMillan & Tab – Supersonic
Meat Katie – Night In Tapei
Kosheen – Hide U (Koma & Bones Remix)
Lee Coombs – Music Is Life
Freestylers – Drop the Boom (AK48 Remix)
Hybrid – I’m Still Awake (Christian J Remix)
Alex Metric & Sick Rick – Space Hopper
General Midi – West Coast Rox
Introspective – Fatal Attraction
Rob Le Pitch – Twisted (Tom Real & Rogue Element Remix)
ED 209 – Fight Alone
Jem Stone & JC – Disco Daze (Disco Mix)
Force Mass Motion & Dylan Rhymes – Hold Back
DJ Killer – Acid (Plaza Da Funk Remix)
Magnolia – It’s All In Vain (Meat Katie & Christian J Dub Remix)
Oakenfold – Ready Steady Go (PMT Remix)

 

 

Pecoe – Old Breaks Mixes Volume 4

 

 

 

Happy New Years ! Wishing you, your family and friends all the best for 2022. x 🙂

For Volume 4 of Old Breaks Mixes I’ve gone with a selection of tunes from around the year 2000 an experimental time for breaks with the genre Nu Skool Breaks really hitting the EDM scene hard with a bunch of producers trying to define their own style. Some great rare old tunes in this Ableton Mix most from vinyl record rips as they never got a proper digital release, we are talking late 90’s here at times. Hope you guys enjoy the step back in time.

 

 

 

 

Tracklist

Philadelphia Bluntz – Bluntz Theme (Uptown Connection Remix)
Expansion – Feel (General Midi Remix)
McMillan & Tab – Music (Breaks Mix)
10 Sui & Trigga – Dis Sound
Distraction – Diversion (Breaks Mix)
Backdraft – Decoy
Mondo Paradiso – Whale Nation (Ils Remix)
Defender – Coin Op
Chad Jackson – Rock (Twister Remix)
Proper Filthy Naughty – Stitch Up
AMB Feat. Kiss Erzsi – Moxa (Raster’s Rewire)
Chris Carter – Influenza
Nubreed – Food For Thought
Fine Cut Bodies – I Believe

 

 

Pecoe – Beats & Breakbeats Volume 5

 

 

Merry Christmas people near and far ! Here’s a Christmas present just for you.

Just in time for the festive season i bring you volume 5 of Beats & Breakbeats gathering breakbeat music of all sorts, new and old and put together in this Ableton mix. Lots of fat beats in this one with tracks from Fort Know Five, Stabfinger, Shaka Loves You, Ross Go, new one from me and some more obscure ones that get lost in the lists of Juno Download and Bandcamp.

Have a great Christmas where ever you are in the world, and yes times are tough but i’m sure things are going to get better soon. Take care and enjoy the beats as best you can. x 🙂

 

 

 

 

Tracklist

Don Air – Besame Mucho
Pecoe – You Can’t Hide
Basement Freaks – Get Down Boogie (Fab Samperi Remix)
Breakerz Allstars – Doin Ruin
discObeta – Hit The Dex
Rhythm Scholar vs Billy Squier – The Stroke
Fort Knox Five – Playin With Fire ft Emily Molloy (X-Ray Ted Remix)
Hood Nail – Himself (Smooth Instrumental Edit)
Stabfinger – The Prophet
Standub – I Ain’t No Joke
Daytoner – Move me More
Pablo Bozzi – Broken Siren
DJ Prime vs James Brown – Clap Ur Hands
Bush Doctors – Worlds Apart (Jem Stones Redux)
Pecoe – I Know What You Want (Ross Go Remix)
Elvis Presley – A Little Less Conversation (DJP Rebounce)
Marc Hype & Jim Dunloop – Make Your Move
Frankee More – Final Edition
De La Soul – Keepin the Faith (The Breakbeat Junkie Remix)
Hotline Zero – Boot me Down
Pigmeat Markham – Here Comes the Judge (Mr Fitz Edit)
Public Enemy – Bring The Noise (Gramophone Soul Remix)
Pecoe – Don’t Panic
Itsu Uno – Shooter (Super Sharp B-Boy)
Shaka Loves You – Get Down
Funky Destination – Waiting For You

 

 

 

Rennie Pilgrem – Essential Mix – 27.11.2005

 

 

While i’m on an Essential Mix rollout what better way to add to the Oldbreaksmixes collection then a 2 hour Essential Mix from the godfather of Breaks, Rennie Pilgrem.

Rennie Pilgrem’s contribution to the early Nuskool Breaks scene is outstanding and is often considered responsible for the creation of the Nuskool Breaks genre. Before moving into breaks Rennie produced techno and acid house and was part of the influential rave group Rhythm Section along with Ellis Dee. Rennie is also the boss of Thursday Club Recordings aka TCR a label which he founded in 1993. TCR records was a major force in the Nuskool Breaks scene.

 

 

 

 

Tracklist

Rennie Pilgrem- ‘555’ (TCR)
Rennie Pilgrem- ‘Ow’ (TCR)
JDS- ‘P Funk’ (TCR)
Pimpwax- ‘Can’t Stop’ (Dead Famous)
Rennie Pilgrem Feat Chickaboo- ‘Celeb’ (TCR)
Paradox 300- ‘Groovers & Shakers’ (Punk Funk)
Elite Force- ‘Mindfunk’ (Kingsize)
Jem Stone & JC- ‘Disco Daze’ (Fingerlickin)
Mr Potato Head- ‘Bowie Knife’ (TCR)
3Hz & Baobinga- ‘Rip Shit Up’ (CDR)
Unknown- ‘iBreaks 3’ (Maddox Remix) (ibreaks)
Rennie Pilgrem- ‘U Know’ (TCR)
Aquasky & Meat Katie- ‘Overneath’ (Passenger)
Mike & Charlie- ‘I Get Live’ (Regal)
Rennie PIlgrem- ‘Super Crazy Ill Bombs’ (TCR)
Unkown- ‘Voices’ (White Label)
Rennie Pilgrem- ‘Get Off’ (TCR)
Ram Jam- ‘Black Betty’ (TCR)
Dumb Blonde- ‘We Have The Technology’ (White)
Circuit Breaker- ‘Gateway’ ( Lot 49)
Coburn- ‘We Interrupt This Programme’ (Stanton Warriors mix) (White)
Artcrime- ‘Like This’ (Rollover)
Jhz- ‘Jack Jack’ (TCR)
Rennie PIlgrem & Blim- ‘Yaffle’ (TCR)
Uberzone- ‘Satisfaction’ (CDR)
Slyde- ‘Vibrate To This’ (Trouble Soup Mix) (Fingerlickin)
Santos- ‘Pump It Out’ (Mantra)
Aquasky- ‘Girls/Boys’ (Passenger)
Paradox 300 Vs Kasabian- ‘Processed Breaks’ (White)
David Bowie- ‘John I’m Only Dancing’ (White)

 

 

 

Adam Freeland – Essential Mix – 11.5.2003

 

 

Another Essential Mix from 2003 was from another Nu Skool Breaks legend Adam Freeland. Pretty much the height of his career at this time with so many tunes under his belt from his label Marine Parade and so many bootlegs under different alias’s it was a healthy time for the breaks scene and much loved by all.

This mix was aired on BBC Radio 1 Essential Mix from Adam Freeland back in 2003.

 

 

 

 

Tracklist

Saul Williams – Not In Our Name (Ninja)
IIs – Music (Evil 9 Mix) (Marine Parade)
Evil Nine – Lovers Not Fighters (Marine Parade)
Metro Area – ‘Orange Alert (DFA Mix) (Source)
Freeland / Wink / Middleton – ‘Rise Above’ (Marine Parde)
Evil Nine – ‘Hied Goons’ (Marine Parade)
DJ Shadow – GDMFSOB (Unkle Roots Manuva Mix) (Island / Mowax)
DJ Shadow – ‘Right Thing’ (Trip Mix) (Island / Mowax)
Bushwacka – ‘Break Your Face’ (Plank)
Jaydee – ‘Plastic Dreams’ (R&S)
Free*land – ‘We Want Your Soul’ (Marine Soul)
David Guetta – ‘Misscommunication’ (Virgin)
Rage Against The Machine – ‘Killing In The Name Of’ (Epic)
Evil Nine – ‘Crooked’ (Marine Parade)
Nirvana / Freeland – ‘Smellslike Freeland’ (White Label)
Evil Nine and Juice Aleem – Pearl Shot (Marine Parade)
Fex – ‘I Want Your Heart’ (Marine Parade)
Bassbintwins – ‘Woah’ (White Label)
Radiohead / Evil 9 – ‘Ideoteque / Crooked’ (White Label)
Thomas Bangalter / Outrage – Paris By Night (Roule)
Whitestripes / Freeland – ‘7 Nation Army’ (White Label)
No Love – ‘Disconnected’ (Marine Parade)
Precision Cuts – ‘Xylophone’ (Simple)
DJ T – Philly (DJ Naughty Mix) (Physical)
Ian Brown – ‘Fear (Unkle Mix)’ (Polydor)
Jackson – ‘Utopia’ (Barclay)

 

 

 

Plump DJs – Essential Mix – 15.6.2003

 

 

The Essential Mix is a weekly radio show broadcast on BBC Radio 1 and features many styles of electronic dance music. It was originally the brainchild of Eddie Gordon, the producer of the show from the first broadcast in 1993 to 2001. The show has been presented since its inception by Pete Tong and features an uninterrupted two-hour mix from a different artist each week, overlaid with occasional continuity announcements delivered by Tong. With a broadcast run in excess of 25 years, the Essential Mix is one of the longest-running programmes in the current BBC Radio 1 schedule. It is one of very few Radio 1 shows which is not broadcast live.

This Essential Mix is from the Plump DJs recorded back in 2003.