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Great Scott - The Grand Conspiracy - Muti

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Out now for limited exclusive period on Beatport:

1. Defcon
2. Theorists feat. Raja Wilco and Nibu [Radio Vocal Edit]
3. Theorists [Instrumental Edit]
4. Theorists Acappella feat. Raja Wilco and Nibu
5. Caravan
File Under: Breakbeat/ Bigbeat / Trip Hop / Hip Hop

some response in the last week:
Mr. No Hands (Mixmag / Air Recordings):"nice set of tunes, like these.."
Kemek The Dope Computer (Bedrock, Muti): "Haven't even finished listening all the way through but I already know that "Defcon" is the one. It's just too good. If it's good enough for Timothy Leary..."

Release Info:
Great Scott made waves with his Bollygraph Test EP last year and follows up now with an EP of diverse tempos and edgy beats. The EP kicks off with a relentlessly funky uptempo breaks track ‘Defcon’ that will thrash many a dancefloor with it’s tight beats and rocking leads, ‘Caravan’ follows with the sort of world beat track that has had Great Scott guest performing on Bobby Frictions BBC radio show last year. ‘Theorists’ is the track showing a new side to his productions with a bass driven  bigbeat chugger featuring UK MC Raja Wilco and Nibu on the lyrics.
Great Scott is the host of “MK Ultra,” on KTRU in Houston, TX where he has hosted the likes of Hybrid and Kraddy. He has also been a regular on NSB radio , the new founder of and been a resident DJ in China and was recently also one of the NuSkoolBreaks radio DJs at WMC 2009.  Strongly inspired by the sounds of old-school big beat and breaks, including the likes of Fluke, The Prodigy, and Rabbit In The Moon, Scott is constantly attempting to fuse the sounds of the old with that of the new, while trying to achieve a delicate balance between producing music that's meant to make people move, with that which inflicts various emotions and imagery.

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They are back!!

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Forthcoming on THE BREAKFAST CLUB, April 6th  2009


After smashing their way back into the record boxes of all and sundry last year with a swathe of releases on their own label The Breakfast Club, The Breakfastaz continue their barnstorming return to form with new single “Acting Wrong”.

The best producers in breaks…this is a no brainer!” Eddy Temple-Morris XFM The Remix

For their latest offering, the guys have teamed up with UK soul sensation Meshach Broderick to combine impossibly silky vocals with the australian online casinos kind of deft mix of drums, bass and synth lines that have made every Breakfastaz release since casino online 2005 an absolute essential for any self-respecting breaks DJ the world over.

Another fat & devastating Breakfastasz production! Cool & slick vocals, smooth edits and the quirky licks will fit nicely into the Kraftos sets. One of my favourite tracks they have written so far. More please.”Krafty Kuts

And if that wasn’t enough to be getting on with, the flip sees Ctrl Z on remix duties, providing their vision of the 2008 Breakfastaz smash “Girls, Money, Drink and Drugs” featuring the insanely talented MC Ivory. Already a huge club record for those DJs lucky enough to have copped the CDR.

Brand New Debonaire!

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"Watch Me Now" is dedicated to all the non believers out there as well as all electro lovers !
The Revenge has just begun !

Special Limited Picture Disc Edition is out now!


The Wrongstar Society "Get Wrong"

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TheWrongstar Society's "Get Wrong" OUT NOW!!


 Get ready to get wrong!
New signing to Leeroy Thornhill’s (The Prodigy) and 2009 Breakspoll nominated ‘best new label’: Electric Tastebuds, it’s the Wrongstars, unleashing their first release on the label, ‘Get Wrong’.

The Wrongstar Society released their debut album on Unstable Label ‘Beats, Rhymes & Conflicts’ last year and introduced the world to their own brand of mayhem and.. ‘wrongness with a quirky cheekiness.. nice package’ ATM magazine. The Wrongstar Society are a live 5 piece band / DJ/ electronic production hoodlum out fit topped off with cheeky bandito voxpop, boeing-powered guitar lines and OTT bass deformation. The Society consists of Paul Era, Bass Invada, MC Mooretime, Dirty D and ESQ They have already played with The Stanton Warriors, Deekline and Wizard, Atomic Hooligan, Jay Cunning (Kiss FM) and Leeroy Thornhill (Prodigy). On top of that they have also done guest mixes on Kiss FM and Galaxy and had plays on Radio 1 and are in the process of setting up there own night in London.

Once again they deliver pulsing bass, in your face hooks and jumping vocals.   Backed up by ‘Dog Brain Soup’  another dirty bass driven stomper.  These guys just keep ‘em coming.

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Also Here's a mix for all to download!

1The Wrongstar Society - Intro
2. Rico Tubbs - Hip Rave Anthem [Cheap Thrills Records]
3. Jagged Slap - 10 Pence Short (The Wrongstars Remix) [Electric Tastebuds]
4. The Prodigy - Warriors Dance [Take Me To The Hospital]
5. Jack Beats vs Dynamite MC - What (Vocal) [Cheaper Thrills Records]
6. The Wrongstar Society - Dog Brain Soup [Electric Tastebuds]
7. Paul Lyman - Break Through (The Wrongstars Remix) [Dustedbreaks Records]
8. Hackney Soliders - Da String Tune [New Deal Recordings]
9. The Wrongstar Society - Running People Over On A Tuesday Afternoon [Electric Tastebuds]
10. Fort Knox Five Ft Mustafa Akbar & Shunda K - Funk 4 Peace (Deekline & Ed Solo Remix) [Fort Knox Recordings]
11. The Wrongstar Society - Spotlight [Electric Tastebuds]
12. Napt - Lose Control [Funkatech]
13. The Wrongstar Society - Get Wrong [Electric Tastebuds]
14. Shox - Monkey [Running]

Forthcoming Broke Album

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“The Ends Of The Earth” on Broke Recordings

The Ends of Earth LP

"A Great selection of artists that end up in one fat release!"- Jay Cunning Kiss FM 

"There's some tasty bits on there for sure!"- Freq Nasty

The concept of “The Ends Of The Earth” project is essentially a compilation of only the best of the best, when it comes to breakbeat releases and some drum and bass, exclusively from the UK and New Zealand. The sound of breakbeat based music in these two places is extremely similar, despite the fact that they could not be more removed geographically from each other unless there were DJs playing in both the North and South poles. The Award winning Broke Recordings (Winner of Breakspoll "Breakthru Label" 2006 and "Best Remix" 2008, as well as "Best Label" nominee in 2007) showcases these countries love of bowel rupturing basslines together for the first time.In recognition of this very fact, 50% of the tracklisting emerged from below by artists inhabiting a faraway place to the south of the equator as the other 50% was descending from breaks artists from the northern reaches of the world……to The Ends Of The Earth we travel… 

The release will be a work of art, not only musically, but graphically also, as Broke have commissioned the talents of US based comic book illustrator Dimi Macheras (the man behind the Radikka comic) to turn everyone involved into Marvel or DC Comic style "super heroes/villains/beings", for both the CD and the artwork for the full colour 12” vinyl picture sleeves. 

UK artists featured are The Aut0b0ts, Screwface, Affinity, Unbalanced Jack ft Crown Jewelz & Killa Benz and the Original Junglist,  MC Navigator.NZ artists featured are Timmy Schumacher (Passenger / Zone) with Bex Riley (Vocals on Noisia's “Gutterpunk") and MC Kyla, Antiform featuring Tiki Taane (Ex-Salmonella Dub / Shapeshifter), MC Twincam, and hip hop deities Ethical and Neesh and world renound Dn’B producer Agent Alvin (Hospital / Full Cycle / Commercial Suicide) with Dunsta. Antiform’s “Got To Be You” single with Tiki has been further recreated into a music video which is currently doing the rounds on music television in New Zealand and soon to be released on MTV Europe. 


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Breakbeat (sometimes breakbeats or breaks) is a term used to describe a collection of sub-genres of electronic music, usually characterized by the use of a non-straightened 4/4 drum pattern (as opposed to the steady beat of house or trance). These rhythms may be characterised by their intensive use of syncopation and polyrhythms.



In the late 1970s and early 1980s, hip-hop DJs (starting with Kool DJ Herc) began using several breaks (the part of a funk or jazz song in which the music "breaks" to let the rhythm section play unaccompanied) in a row to use as the rhythmic basis for hip-hop songs. Kool DJ Herc's breakbeat style was to play the same record on two turntables and play the break repeatedly by alternating between the two records (letting one play while spinning the second record back to the beginning of the break). This style was copied and improved upon by early hip hop DJs Afrika Bambaataa and Grand Wizard Theodore.This style was extremely popular in clubs and dance halls because the extended breakbeat was the perfect backdrop for breakdancers to show their skills.

In recent times, the term breakbeat has become synonymous with the many genres of breaks music which have become popular within the global dance music scene, including big beat, nu skool breaks and progressive breaks. DJs from a variety of genres, including house and techno, work breaks tracks into their sets. This may occur because the tempo of breaks tracks (ranging from 110 to 150 beats per minute) means they can be readily mixed with these genres, whereas the comparatively fast speed of jungle and drum and bass (160-180 bpm) may have restricted the utility of these subgenres to DJs playing slower-tempo music. Some artists well known for breakbeat include The Freestylers, NAPT, Dj Loopy, Pendulum, Soul Of Man, Dj deekline and wizard, Ben & Lex, The Breakfastaz, Ctrl Z, Stanton Warriors, Dj Icey, Freq Nasty and Plump DJ's.

Breakbeats are used in many hip hop, rap, jungle, and hardcore songs, and can also be heard in other music, from popular music to background music in car and jean commercials on the radio or TV.



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