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THE REBEL, DEDY DREAD, KEILA ABEID, MO’ HORIZONS: Quero Ver Você Dançar (Vinyl 12Four Flies Records’ DJ’s Choice imprint, embarks on a new series of vinyl 12″s exploring music that promises to encompass nu-soul, tropical funk and hip-hop with first release Quero Ver Você Dançar.  Combining the production talents of Rome’s The Rebel DJ and Portugal’s Dedy Dread with the voice of Brazilian jazz chantuese Keila Abeid, the track is a sinuous tropical groove designed to awaken

MO’ HORIZONS: The Banana Remixes (2015)

The Banana Remixes Mo' HorizonsPurveyors of jazzy-bossa-boogaloo-breaks Mo’ Horizons are ‘between albums’ at the minute, so to keep everyone happy until a new one becomes ripe they’re putting out The Banana Remixes at the start of June. Basically it’s a bunch their stuff that’s been remixed along with another bunch of remixes they’ve done of other people. At the moment there are only six tracks available for

FORT KNOX FIVE: 10 Years Of Fort Knox Five Remixed (2013) + ‘We Love To Bring Back The Funk’ free download

How’s this for a plan: you get fifteen of the finest bass n breaks producers to remix fifteen of your finest tracks from ten years of adventures in the world of party breaks production and assemble them in ascending order of bpm? This, ladies and gentlemen, is precisely what the mighty Fort Knox Five have lined up for release in ten days time on their own (what else?) Fort Knox Recordings label

OMEGAMAN: El O’Man Boogaloo (2013)

Inveterate breakbeat remixer Omegaman (not to be confused with the similarly-named 1971 Charlton Heston flick) is just about to drop this pleasant slice of original neo-boogaloo entitled El O’Man Boogaloo – a release on which he has hooked up with All Good Funk Alliance, Skeewiff and Mo Horizons on a remix tip. And made sure you get the instros of all the above. Which has to beat haring around a deserted post-apocalyptic L.A.