Tag Archives: Morlack

BEASTIE BOYS: So What’cha Want (MORLACK 2016 Remake)

So Whatch'a Want Morlack RemakeWhat to do now the man has bought out Soundcloud and Soundcloud is increasingly biting the dj remix culture hand that fed it like some sort of senile Alsatian? Bandcamp? Great setup but upload it lossless or forget it. Hearthis? It’s free, it’s got that early SC vibe – might be the way forward. Morlack‘s got a different answer that allows you to keep all your shit on soundcloud with

MORLACK: Hypersonic Freak (2015)

Hypersonic MorlackOk we’ve all been there, over done it on the mince pies and the turkey. And the alcohol. And the dvd boxsets. And the family. Er – so anyway – now it’s time to get back into it in the run-up to the year’s most massive celebration. And running towards this like a hypersonic freak is Morlack – almost as if he’s only recently looked at his calendar and realised, ‘Shit!’ I haven’t had at least twenty

KATAKANA EDITS: Vol. 32 & 33 (2015)

Vol 31 32 Katakana EditsThe latest monkey-friendly offerings from Katakana Edits are the reggae-hip-hop soundclash of Vol. 32 from Timewrap and the late 70s indulgence of Vol. 33 from (who else?) Morlack. Timewrap ensures good vibrations when he incorporates a bit of Meff and DMC over Willie Williams’ Armagideon riddim on DubRealMC and supplies an instro version too. Morlack on the

MORLACK: Good To Go Go Vol. III (2015)

Good To Go Go Vol. III MorlackYou know it’s only months with less than twenty eight days in them when there probably isn’t a Morlack release about to drop and years without four numbers when any given release doesn’t include some sort of nod towards the man’s beloved DC go-go music. So it won’t come as any surprise to learn that the Funk Blasters label boss is dropping Good To Go Go Vol. III later this week


Funk Bananas BBPWho said big beat was dead? Certainly not Badboe’s label Breakbeat Paradise Recordings which presides over this very big-beat-tastic bunch of fifteen Funk Bananas which features the work of a select cadre of the label’s roster of artists. Step forward Pulp Fusion, Morlack, Discobeta, ElectroGorilla, Mr Bristow, SBK, Crashgroove, Rory Hoy and Wiccatron but mainly the latter seven

MORLACK: Um Bop Bop (2015) Free download

Um Bop Bop MorlackDon’t worry – Morlack hasn’t been overcome by Hanson-fever. This isn’t an edit of sunny ’90s pop hit MMMbop by the Yank three-hit wonders but rather an edit of go-go track Um Bop Bop by EU. The EU – doing music?! Is nothing safe from those meddlers in Brussels? They’ll be wanting to protect our basic human rights next – and another thing…Calm down – that’s EU as in DC go-go band

MORLACK: You Know My Name (2015)

You Know My Name MorlackYou Know My Name? I should bloody coco, Morlack, you cheeky monkey. You’ve been hard to avoid in the last few years haven’t you? Always a release around the corner – like some kind of relentless breaks generator. And here you are again, never one to skimp on the money, ready to put it on the breaks bitches and the brothers in the ghetto with a fourteen tracker, no less. Once

KATAKANA EDITS: Vol. 22 & 23 (2015)

Vol 22 23 Katakana EditsLee Zamah‘s The Castor Groove takes Jimmy Castor’s words A Groove Will Make You Move as its guiding tenet on Katakana Edits 22. Words, beat and quite a lot else in fact since, this is bootleg city and nothing is sacred. On the flip, Trotter pops round to help make Ginga the chunky slice of electro boogie that it undoubtedly is. Vol. 23 is however the sole province of Morlack who takes a

TRU FUNK: Tasty Beats Vol. 6 (2015)

Tasty Beats Vol. 6 Tru FunkSee. I told you Tru Funk wasn’t dead. Here’s Tasty Beats Vol. 6 to prove it. Max Revolt‘s got a chunky party breaks Funky Feelin’, Warson beats Chris Brown (it’s only fair) into disco-shape onto Funky Kiss and Morlack‘s got an electro-ish Hot Sheila. Also present and correct are Freethinker Funk Essence who brings the spacey but again electro-flavoured The Ballad Of Acid Joe &

TRU FUNK: Tru Hop (2015)

Tru Hop Tru Funk360 questions to ask a Tru Funka and here are just seven of them:

Yo Tru Funk – is it true that Bialson Hajsy digs Biggie Sky’s The Limit?
Hey Tru Funk – could Morlack be more smooth than he is on this rework of Neyo and Ghostface’s Back Like That?