Release Date: 30th November 2018
Beat Machine Records is back: after releasing 3 new “Swinging Flavors” chapters - featuring tracks and remixes by DJ Fulltono, DJ Earl, Sinistarr, Philip D. Kick, Breaka and Danny Scrilla - we are ready to come back with a new main catalogue release, the18th One, this time exploring the limits between UK Rave, Hardcore continuum, Bass Music and Jungle.
Two sides, two artists each. On the A Side we have Denham Audio: the Sheffield Trio and Exploris, Durkle Disco and Nineteen Ninety Four affiliate debuts on BMRec with two post rave tracks, “Lift Off” and “Who Started Jungle”, which will you remember the ol’good times. Dancefloor smashers, for sure! The A Side is completed then by a remix of “Who Started Jungle” made by Coco Bryce: the legendary dutch producer twists the original vibes in a proper Modern Jungle anthem full of heavy basses, amen breaks and ambient landscapes. Wicked!
Then, on The B Side we’ve the pleasure to welcome Mani Festo: after releasing materials on Swamp81, Durkle Disco and Corrupt Data the London producer drops two tracks at high voltage, “All Potential Badboy” and “Ruffneck”. Low frequencies, rave culture reminiscences: you’ll go crazy for these ones! The B side is then closed by an astonishing remix of “All Potential Badboy” by Cosmic Bridge affiliate and Perfect Records owner TMSV: the Dutch producer transforms the original one in a raw as hell newdubstep anthem, handle with care!
a1. Denham Audio - Lift Off
a2. Denham Audio - Who Started Jungle
a3. Denham Audio - Who Started Jungle (Coco Bryce remix)
b1. Mani Festo - Ruffneck
b2. Mani Festo - All Potential Badboy
b3. Mani Festo - All Potential Badboy (TMSV remix)
Released 29th June 2018
Swinging Flavors is BACK! After releasing material from names such as Simon Off aka Sun People, Moresounds, DJ Madd, Ticklish, Sully, Addison Groove, Itoa and Lynch Kingsley our 7” vinyl series devoted to Bass Culture and dancefloor vibes is back again with the the Sixth One aka BMRSF006.
After having a Japan vs USA Chicago Footwork sound clash with DJ Fulltono and DJ Earl’s “Tribal Dancer”, now it’s time for an atlantic connection - in the name of Bass Music obviously.
On the A Side you’ll find Sinistarr’s “55555”: the Detroit bass producer - with a 10yrs experience in sound design and recently appeared with an astonishing work on legendary dBridge label Exit Records - gives us a pure example of his sonic craziness with a minimal-but-high-impact work, with chopped vocal samples, magic flutes and heavy basses.
On the B Side “55555” gets a full treatment by Philip D. Kick: Cosmic Bridge honcho Jim Coles - well known in the worldwide bass scene as Om Unit - surprisingly comes back with his iconic footwork moniker giving to the original vibes a more accentuate rave touch, with hyper speed drum patterns, amen breaks and piano notes.
b. 55555 (Philip D. Kick Remix)