Tag Archives: Stereo Beatz

TREMENDO Vol. 3: Various (2012)

Er, yeah – so this should’ve been posted last week. If you didn’t know, the man behind the Tremendo label is Spanish ghetto funker Telephunken. That’s Señor Telephunken to you. Or Senor Tremendo. Sounds like a magician – which is apt since his first trick, I mean track, (well – it is his label) is to sample Rage Against The Machine’s Killing In The Name – just in

STEREO BEATZ: Stereo Beatz EP (2012)

Admittedly this is a bit late but there’s cause to celebrate in the Stereo Beatz camp since it ain’t final til it’s vinyl and he must feel like he’s arrived at last with this 12″ after two digital releases on BigM. Put it this way – he certainly makes his presence felt here with four slices of heavyweight funky breaks crunch. Between them Rock Da Funk, Kick It, Get Your Trumpets, and Funky Gripster

DJ AXE vs. STEREO BEATZ: Funk N’ Breaks (BigMD038) (2012)

BigM regular Stereo Beatz has brought along his mate DJ Axe this time for Funk N’ Breaks or more accurately ‘ghetto funk n breaks’. Not that I’m complaining you understand – as the synths on this rock a funky ice cream van vibe that I haven’t heard since Jake Slazenger brought out Supaphunk about fifteen years ago. Slazenger’s was more of an armchair anthem though whereas the big breaks


Just in case you thought BigM had gone ‘too hip-hop’ with the recent dope of their Dee & Kamy four track EP, this dropped the other week. Despite a title which conjures images of chicks in shelltoes and fat dungarees with baseball hats on backwards Stereo Beatz & Myniemo’s Planet B Girl is actually a bit of acid-synth-fuelled big beat. Fresh Andy lightens the tone on his rework with a filtered bit of happy wah, Quincy Jointz nearly

STEREO BEATZ: Get Funky EP (2011)

Big M new boy Stereo Beatz makes his presence felt with this three track EP that covers – er – three bases in the nu/ghetto funk arena – the disco mashup one, the wobbly bass one and the remix one. First up is We Need Some Funky Horns which grafts a bit of twenty-first century bottom end on the ass of an old KC & The Sunshine Band number. The other two tracks are a brace of remixes