breakage!

Discussion in 'Drum & Bass' started by kama, Aug 6, 2003.

  1. kama

    kama benkama.net

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    especially enjoying
    dub step (flipside not bad either)

    and on the chillier side, trans bohemian and spiritualism are wicked too
     
  2. kama

    kama benkama.net

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    his remix of 'here come the drums' is a killerrrrr :chainsaw:

    if anyone could name some more tunes like this remix from him, i'd be very pleased!
     
  3. moriaty

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    Check his EPs on Reinforced
    Back Off EP
    Breakage & Threshold EP
    Break Age EP
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  4. V Matt

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    Heard Breakage DJ for the first time last night with Seba and Senses

    Absolutely fucking brilliant :slayer:
     
  5. 1992

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    The Back Off EP was good as all the tunes were pretty good except for Back Off which had some really HARSH EQing on the vocal.

    The other two EPs mentioned were serious disapointments. The Breakage & Threshold EP had only 2 nice tracks out of 4 because the other two were Fabio style soulful rollers which didn't complement Breakages excursions into darkcore. The Break Age EP I had for the longest time w/o knowing who the heck made it. From the sounds of it I guessed Dylan & Loxy as the tracks are all very monotinous amen tunes except for one which keeps repeating the phrase "You don't know what you don't know" over and over again which seemed like a bad joke.

    If you don't want to buy something you might be disapointed with yet you do like his "Here come the drums" tune then I'd recommend only the Back Off EP which was quite nice.
     
  6. Mulla

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    Yep, Im with 1992 and the Gordomeister on this one, its all about the 'Back Off' ep :thumbsup:


    (havent actually heard the other 2 mentioned lol! :oops: )