Tag Archives: Hong Kong Ping Pong

SCOUR RECORDS: Scoured Cream Vol. 3 (2013)

Third time’s the charm as Vol. 3 of Scoured Cream wobbles all the way to the bank not to mention, on past form, all the way to the top of Juno’s breakbeat chart, if that hasn’t happened already. It wouldn’t be a Scour release if it began without a glitch though and this one is no exception as J-Sound steps up with the swinging Glitch Up Funk Right which encapsulates the retro wobble flavour

SCOUR RECORDS: Scoured Cream Vol. 1 (2012)

Rating: ★★★★★
Spinforth‘s Soundcloud Scour is all grown up! Its now a record label as well as a means of saving thousands of lazy-bastard digital djs from mining soundcloud for the diamonds among the shite. This release is a bit like the free Scour really – only it’s not free. Well there’d be little point in starting a label if it was would there? You can expect the Scour traditions to be firmly upheld in

THE ICONS Vol. 3: Ghetto Funk Remixes (2012) Free download from 22 Dec. ’12

It’s the Ghetto Funk label’s third annual Icons outing here with The Icons: Vol. 3 as they let a platoon of producers loose on several decades of musical heritage each to rework the – er – work of a musical icon in their own inimitable ghetto funk style. Well, I say ‘ghetto funk’ style – the more nebulous ‘bass music’ moniker would be nearer the mark – but more about that in a sec. Perhaps the most

BOOTY FRUIT: Proper Produce Vol. 2 (2012) + The Allergies ‘Remember’ video

Did you know Little Richard once sang about ‘good booty’ in the original lyrics to Tutti Frutti? No? Well anyway – here’s some more. Good booty that is – and it’s out today. Booty Fruit label men El Bomba & Hidden Riddim fiddle with Blues Project sample action on Fluteski while The Allergies (aka filth-hound DJ Moneyshot and his homie Rackabeat) re-feel Blueboy’s Remember Me and lob in a few

PULPFUSION: Wrong World Remixed Vol. 1(2012)

In which Swiss beats merchant Pulpfusion throws the keys of recent ghetto metal LP Wrong World into the remix dish and allows his baby to be taken home by a variety of remixers to get as saucy as they wish. Engaging in the action are Zenit Incompatible, Turntill & Merlin, Hong Kong Ping Pong, Frenic, Assassinated, Funkanizer, Rambla

JOHNNY PLUSE: The Market Street Cut Up (2011) Digital release/ remixes

Not quite the East End gang brawl it sounds like, Johnny Pluse nevertheless brings along enough remixers for this digital re-release of 2009’s The Market Street Cut Up to almost make it worth starting a ruck. There are eleven mixes available from the likes of (deep breath) Ewan Hoozami, Quincy Jointz, Hong Kong Ping Pong, Totalcult, Mustbeat Crew, Rory Hoy, Dusty Tonez and Funkanomics. Gang leader Pluse’s skankin’ 2011