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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


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

SUCKASIDE VS LROY: Unlicensed To Ill

SUCKASIDE VS LROY: Unlicensed To IllDo you miss the Beastie Boys? I miss the Beastie Boys. What better way to see in February on MB then, than to give copy space to Suckaside Vs LROY’s brand new Beasties mash-up LP. That’ll be ‘Suckaside’ as in the production alliance consisting of B-Side and Sucka Porductions and LROY as in SP’s very own brother and DJ cohort, of course. But what to name an LP featuring the vocal work

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