Tag Archives: Warson

TRU FUNK: Tasty Beats Vol. 8 (2015)

Tasty Beats Vol. 8 Tru FunkThe latest round of Tru:Funk action, Tasty Beats Vol. 8 finds usual suspect Warson joined by Tosses & Varvez, Bang N Mash, Cez 14 and BMD. Warson gets low with a bit of Lil Jon and a beat channeling 90s soul, Bang N Mash marry King Bee with House Of Pain, Cez 14 chessboxes the Wu onto a beat that is equal parts INXS and New Jack Swing on No Job, Drugs & Gun and the bonus cut is BMD’s

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?

TRU FUNK: Tasty Beats Vol. 5 (2014)

Tasty Beats Vol. 5 Tru FunkFuck Christmas 2014! Let’s party like it doesn’t need to involve ripoff shit in the shops, crap work parties and a bunch of tax-avoiding millionaires reworking a patronising ‘charity’ song about famine. Enter the Tru Funk label with some good time flavour on Tasty Beats Vol. 5. Green Jesus, Warson, Funkosol Beats, Jayl Funk and DJ Kid Stretch are all on hand to provide conspicuously

WARSON & CHUDY: Jump On It EP (2014)

Jump On It Chudy WarsonChudy and Warson have spent so long wading through 90s pop hits looking for something to edit in a funky breaks style in recent years that they can often be found wearing thigh-length red PVC boots. The Jump On It EP finds them at it again – kicking off with Warson leaping astride Ginuwine’s Pony and applying a breakbeat whip. Chudy provides the best cut with an eminently listenable

WARSON: Don’t Stop EP (2014)

Don't Stop EP Warson…and he don’t stop! Warson that is, back from adventures in funky house-land (there ain’t no funk in house – Funk Ed.) to ensure he lets the breakbeat drop. Don’t Stop is his latest three-tracker and opener Louder pulls no punches, cunningly cutting up Fergie’s verse from Pump It on a Skeewiff-ish funky horns break in such a way as to make her sound like a sixties mod-soul diva

WARSON & CHUDY: Old Bangers (Remastered & Reissued) (2014)

Old Bangers Chudy WarsonOi! Oi! Nufunky breaks stalwarts Warson and Chudy have got a few old bangers you might be interested in – especially as they’ve had them remastered…“Alright me old china? Looking for summink that moves are ya? Just ‘ad ten come in as it goes. All ‘pre-loved’ of course – knowwhadimean? There’s bound to be summink that takes ya fancy though. We’ve given em all

TRU FUNK: Party Breaks: Essential Selection (2013)

In today’s internet-era, the public’s appetite for interesting ‘stuff’ is voracious and their memory of said ‘stuff’ so short that they’ve practically forgotten whatever it was they gawping/ listening/ mooing at in the second it took them to ‘swim’ from one side of the digital fishbowl to the other. Plus the amount of ‘stuff’ out there keeps increasing exponentially. In this environment, any record company that fails to market effectively is a

TRU FUNK: Nu Party Breaks Vol. 9 (2013) + Funktomas ‘For Your Love’ video

It’s the final instalment of Tru:Funk‘s Nu Party Breaks series and it’s a massive double length effort. Final instalment? Yep, don’t panic – plans are afoot for newness in January. In the meantime Vol. 9 is fifteen tracks deep and features a wealth of scene-heavyweights with Badboe, Morlack, Rory Hoy, Funkanomics, The Breakbeat Junkie & DJP all putting in an appearance. Badboe gets pole

CHUDY: Let’s Groove On (2013)

Tutti frutti oh Chudy – it’s long past time for the monkey to get a groove on with Let’s Get A Groove On but unfortunately Chudy’s debut LP arrived in the inbox just as the annual MB summer surf trip to France was getting underway. Which is was sheer bad luck as this is a highly serviceable sixteen tracker (sixteen!) of funky breaks with primetime dancefloor material written all over it