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Available now exclusive on Juno Download:
- PulpFusion – The Beat Inside My Soul
- PulpFusion – The Beat Inside My Soul (DJ Maars Remix)
- PulpFusion – The Beat Inside My Soul (Rory Hoy Remix)
- PulpFusuon & Morris Chestnut feat Lorenzo Medici – Funk Never Sleeps
- PulpFusuon & Morris Chestnut– Funk Never Sleeps (Jayl Funk Remix)
- PulpFusion & Imagine This – Beat The Clock
- PulpFusion & Morris Chestnut – Feelin’ The Blues
Breakbeat Paradise Recordings is pleased to finally welcome to the label a true veteran in the funky breaks scene: Mr PulpFusion with the huge 12” vinyl release Funk Never Sleeps – now available on digital. Straight out of Switzerland, PulpFusion has been producing funky jams since the early days of nu funk, and this time around he has brought a true dream team of remixers for this enormous 7-track EP. On the flip side he has teamed up with another skilled funk producer Morris Chestnuts from Bristol as well as Producer and Rapper Imagine This from New Zealand to help complete this funk fest of a release.
PulpFusion has countless albums and EPs under his belt and done remixes for Ed Royal and Mr Bird & Tal M Klein as well as running the successful label Big Balls Records. He has a unique sound that has strong roots in electric psychedelic funk mixed with beats and breaks.
The remix duties are in good hand with all experts within their fields starting with DJ Maars from down under, who is true master in skanky reggae mash-ups – Mr. Rory Hoy who is skillfully keeping alive the sounds of the big beat era and finally a true BBP all-star Jayl Funk who specializes in anything funky for the dancefloor.
Breakbeat Paradise Recordings is proud to start off another year with another extremely funky release to keep pushin’ the sounds of funky beats and breaks even further.
More Info here:
“Pulpfusion comes bursting out of the stalls for January with 7-track wax EP Funk Never Sleeps and brings along MorrisChestnut for extra production, Lorenzo Medici for sax action, Kiwi rapper Imagine This for some vocal action and remixers Rory Hoy, DJ Maars and Jayl Funk for some – er – remix action. Good lord!” 5-starts!
Read full review here:
Feedback from the scene:
|Johnny Beats||Yes||10||FUNKIN ABSOLUTLEY HUGE..|
|Doe Ran – Bootlegs & B Sides||Yes||10||Savage stuff|
|Quincy Joints||Yes||8||good comeback EP.|
|Trotter||Yes||8||Dope!!! Dig it!!! Cheers guys !!!|
|Funk Ferret||Yes||8||Love the summer pumpin remix from DJ Mars!|
|Psychotropic Frequencies||Yes||10||Nice variety of sound in there, Fine release! Well done all involved!|
|Jay Parker (Funkliners)||Yes||10||Funkalicious!|
|Breaks Ida||Yes||6||Solid release.|
|Dj Clairvo (MustBeat)||Yes||6||cute!|
|DJ Cockney Nutjob||Yes||9||This definitely puts the beat in your soul. All 3 mixes of this track are awesome, but the Maars mix is the fyah on the EP!|
|Doctor Hooka||Yes||10||Very nice selection of remixes, excellent work|
|Trevor (Jalapeno Records)||Yes||8||funky|
|Mr Bristow||Yes||8||Nice release – some great remixes – great work!|
|The Funkee Ward||Yes||10||BOOM|
|Mr Rich and the Caretaker||Yes||10||major tunes…all of them|
|Jayl Funk||Yes||10||Great to be a part of this! Nice tunes and awesome remixes on this release, too!|
|Prosper||Yes||8||That’s I’m calling a nice come back ! This is a strong E.p ! I love Jayl Funk remix of Funk Never Sleep, and Feeling the Blues is Dope too !|
It’s time for this month free download from the september edition of the Breakbeat Paradise Power Hour show.
Coming from the UK duo Funkliners who is giving away this bass heavy ghetto funk banger.
More info on Funkliners here:
“Denmark’s Breakbeat Paradise, as the name suggests, is Scandinavia’s holy ground for anything breakbeat-oriented.
Starting as an early music website back in 1996 it has since then developed into a full-blown label and an impressive one at that This time we have five different names and five different tracks, ranging from Conte Crux’s electro-charged “Turn It Up” to “Like Jello” by DJ Rudd – featuring masterful sampling and chopping throughout. Morlack’s “Makossa” re-spins some old-school NY rap, whilst “Bring Back The Funk” itself is a driving, break-ridden floor monster.
DJ Throwback’s “The Hook” tops it all off with some loose, hip-winding beats and breaks a la Africana”