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LROY vs SUCKASIDE: Toxic Funk Vol. 8 (Vinyl 7″)

LROY vs SUCKASIDE:  Toxic Funk Vol. 8 (Vinyl 7Looks like it’s LROY and Suckaside who get to deliver the latest volume in BBP’s 45s series Toxic Funk, with Volume 8. This consists of Second Warning and Let The Music Play a.k.a. breakbeat edits of a pair of late sixties soul cuts a la, Paul Sitter’s Nothing But A Heartache from earlier in the year. Oohh you’d like to hear some of that wouldn’t you? Sadly, embeddable audio is signally
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BREAKBEAT PARADISE: Paradise Lounge

BREAKBEAT PARADISE:  Paradise LoungeAhhh the dog days of summer, lassitude, torpor – whatever you want to call it, there’s no way you’ve got the energy to get down! The temperature’s been off the chart for the last three months! What you need is to chill in the Paradise Lounge from Breakbeat Paradise. Admittedly, Boydex X Crash Party’s Rescue Me is perhaps a bit more energetic than you might’ve been expecting
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BREAKBEAT PARADISE: Breakin’ The Riddim Vol. 4

Breakin’ The Riddim Vol. 4 BBPAfter a two year hiatus, the Breakbeat Paradise label returns with the latest instalment of its reggae-breakbeat compilation series, Breakin’ The Riddim Vol. 4. This time it’s a seven-tracker and the personnel are Jayl Funk, Badboe, Funkin Basstards, Pecoe, Towlie DJ, Clairvo and Funkinright. ‘Boe, Clairvo and Funkinright all take the skanking bassfunk route and leaven their
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SUCKASIDE feat. KURNEL MC: Giving Up

SUCKASIDE feat. KURNEL MC:  Giving UpFresh from the success of their joint Beastie booty project with LROY, Suckaside return to hip-hop with new Kurnel MC-featuring single Giving Up. That’ll be a soul-drenched beat then featuring heavy strings-drenched boom-bap shot through with a vein of old soul gold while our Kurnel holds forth about, well, himself – it is a hip-hop track after all. Also on hand is Badboe’s
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MAKO & MR BRISTOW: Mojan Edits: Uptight Boss b/w Beg For A Dollar (Vinyl 7″)

Aaaand this is what happens when people mistake the ‘stank’ in Stank Soul Edits for ‘skank’. It sets Mako & Mr Bristow to thinking – ‘What would a ‘skank soul edit’ sound like’? Maybe a riddim from back when rocksteady was morphing into ‘boss reggae’ on a Toots/ Upsetters/ Trojan tip and maybe pair that with a classic American soul vocal? You know – like as if Berry Gordy had
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PECOE: For The Funk EP

PECOE: For The Funk EPEight releases into his career as a BBP artist and Oz producer Pecoe is still giving it up For The Funk on his new EP. Things kick off with the title track, a synth-bass powered beast featuring a female shout-out motif, followed by Make A Miracle which cannibalises both The Jackson Sisters and MC Duke over a pounding breakbeat and Eye Of The Tiger-style guitar. Hand In The Air completes an
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SUCKASIDE: Toxic Funk Vol. 7 (Vinyl 7″)

SUCKASIDE: Toxic Funk Vol. 7 (Vinyl 7You can’t beat good original music but sometimes, despite musical fashion sidelining a musical style or genre, there remains considerable appetite for what has been sidelined and certainly more than can be catered for by people still making original music in that style or genre. It’s one of the reasons why booties are so enduringly popular and 90s hip-hop is a case in point. Enter Suckaside with Vol. 7 of Breakbeat Paradise’s vinyl
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MORLACK: Closet Freak EP

MORLACK: Closet Freak EPSurely the most prolific artist on BBP’s roster – even if he’s been relatively quiet of late – Morlack returns with brand new EP, Closet Freak. And if you know Morlack, you’ll know that’s surely an ironic title since he’s never been shy about being freaky with the beats. This one opens with a pumping synth-drenched bass n breaks edit of Motown classic Papa Was Rolling Stone while the
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CRASH PARTY: Toxic Funk Vol. 5 (Vinyl 7″)

CRASH PARTY: Toxic Funk Vol. 5 (Vinyl 7?)Rating: ★★★★★ Breakbeat Paradise keep up a very successful run of 45s as Crash Party – er – crashes the party with Toxic Funk Vol. 5 and a double measure of hip-hop influenced booty. We’ll start by considering B-side World Gone Def. which marries Joe Tex, Method Man and a funky boom-bap rhythm for a joint which could well have been an A-side itself were it not for the fact that the A-side on this, Dirty Glass, generates even more
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MINED & FORREST: Remixed

Mined & Forrest provide the source material for the latest Breakbeat Paradise remix package in which their four BBP EPs to date are, well, ‘mined’ for suitable rebootable material. Enter a salivating crew consisting of Lack Jemmon, Beat Le Juice, B-Side, Mr Bristow, label boss Badboe and the duo in question themselves. Lack Jemmon get more than a bit wobbly on Funk Toxic, as do Beat Le Juice
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