Roni Size & DJ Krust announce Full Cycle relaunch

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  1. The Watcha

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  2. Vydx

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    First release is an old tune from 1994 by them called "Formulate". Surely can only mean a good thing :afro:

    I've read somewhere they are also relaunching Dope Dragon?
     
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    Roni Size & DJ Krust where pioneers of the scene. They should of never left. I just cant see how there old material is going to fit into modern day drum & bass but im happy for them to try.
     
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    Now all we need is a Moving Shadow relaunch lol
     
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  5. fonik

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    dope dragon was already re-launched toward the end of full cycle. just released shit clipz tunes, should have left it well alone

    tbh if a full cycle relauch means a load of old crusty bristol shit seeing the light of day im all for it, this is highly improbable though. cynic in me says krust + roni need money/gigs so have resurrected the label to make themselves relevant again. see how long it lasts before they cant be bothered with it again/release a load of old clown step/wobble shit that is an insult to the full cycle of old
     
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    It appears people are incapable of reading, I'll just quote myself..
    This isn't speculation, this is straight from the article. Now if 1994 means clownstep wobble shit then I don't know what to say
     
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    I hope it means good things but I also know they wouldn't fit now in the sound I like, so it makes me wonder what their new material would be like and where it would sit.

    Prime example for me is the fact that I barely buy any of the stuff that comes out on V now, yet in the mid to late 90's every V release was immense to me.
     
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    Fracture remix of Kloaking Device is in the works too.

    Seems that someone told Roni and Krust a few home truths...
     
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  9. tyranny

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    Said it before - but if Full Cycle had signed Icicle and Martsman and Martyn in 2008 we would still all think they were one of the greatest labels ever.
     
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    Gloxxy I SNORT COAL

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    Roni's output recently has been so far off the mark that I wasn't expecting much from this.........................a Fracture Remix of Kloaking Device is a step in the right direction though!
     
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  11. iamdjsimm

    iamdjsimm Well-Known Member

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    What's been said?
     
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    tyranny Well-Known Member

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    "Pretend the last 8 years never happened and get Fracture to remix something ASAP"
     
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    Hahaha. Brilliant!

    I wish that classic Bristol sound was still relevant... but I know sounds have to progress so it's a bit of catch 22.
     
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    Sounds like Roni Size didn't gain anything from his pathetic attempt at selling out.....that Take Kontrol album was awful.
     
  15. Large Marge

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    yeah take kontrol was beyond pants. how could the guy behind new forms inflict that load of sellout wankcheese on the world. depressing.
     
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    is it possibly circa 40:00 in this after Doc Scott - Swarm?
     
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    ambusher Keep It Funky!!

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    Generic Halftime remix by Fracture, disappointing imo
     
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    On a side note Randall did not get that memo when they said 92-95
     
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  20. Large Marge

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    lol

    tbf the intro gal says "92 to beyond..."