Recent posts: Electronic Funk
Available now in the Juno Store:
A1. Olly’s Heartbeat
A2. Who’s Serious
B1. The Party Riddim
B2. Would You?!
Breakbeat Paradise Recordings is back with another big vinyl release from the amazing producer due Lack Jemmon, which consists of DJ Clairvo and Kid Panel, who are both well-established producers, DJs and label owners on their own. Together they are an explosive cocktailed of big funky grooves, filthy glitcy basslines and banging beats!
Lack Jemmon has been around for a couple of years and quickly signed up with the successful ghetto funk label Scour Records where they have dropped a few tunes and remixes. When the boys reached out to us and said they had 4 bangers they wanted to drop on vinyl we didn’t hesitate to say Hell Yeah!
The self-titled EP showcases their style of heavy breaks and funky basslines perfectly across the 4 bangers that are tried and tested for complete dancefloor destruction.
A1. The EP kicks off with a big remix on the catchy Olly’s Heartbeat, which has been infused with some heavy duty basslines and some rocking electronic funk beats. Pure fire!
A2. The party continues on the second cut where the boys are really getting serious on another catchy riff and some party rhymes to go with the steady beats and glichy basslines. Let’s not forget the beautiful hook from the original 90s dance anthem to complete this perfect joint – Who’s Serious!
B1. Just as we though this couldn’t get any better Lack Jemmon cooked up another banger for the b-side called The Party Riddim. As the name suggest it harvests some big reggae grooves and vocals mixed with some party rocking beats.
B2. To showcase a different side to the duo Would You?! is a funky house arrangement with some smooth disco grooves and a party rocking rap acapella. A perfect way to end this double A-sided wax of bangers!
You can always count on BBP for your doze of party rocking beats – and for keeping the vinyl alive…
More info here:
Breakbeat Paradise Recordings:
Feedback from the scene:
|Stickybuds||Yes||8||Always love me some Lack Jemmon, nice ep boys.|
|Jack HKPP||Yes||8||Very nice release, hard to choose between ‘Who’s Serious’ and ‘The Party Riddim’, top tunes!|
|Funk Ferret||Yes||10||More blazing breakbeat goodness from Lack Jemmon, loving this!|
|Dj Wash||Yes||10||Digging this Party Riddim.|
|Doctor Hooka||Yes||10||Lack Jemmon smashing out another set of fantastic party tunes, dancefloor killers!!|
|Johnny Beats||Yes||10||OH MY GOD, THAT’S SOME FUNKY SHIT|
|Katch||Yes||7||cool package will spin a couple of these tunes thanks for the promo|
|WBBL||Yes||6||some amazing production but that olly murs sample is unforgivable 😛|
|B-Roll (FreebreaksBlog)||Yes||10||LOVE LACK JEMMON cant pick a favorite!|
|Basement Freakz||Yes||8||really good|
|Jon Stockwell||Yes||10||The party riddim is the one! Solid party tunes!|
|Funkanomics||Yes||7||Nice package for the dancefloors, love “The Party Riddim”.|
|DJ Kid Stretch||Yes||8||Seriously bangin!!!|
|Timothy Wisdom||Yes||9||I’ve come to trust that everything these guys make is 100% dance floor banger material.|
|Dj Dub:ra||Yes||9||Yeah, definitely will play this EP out!|
|Johnny Pluse||Yes||10||great ep .. love the disco tune:)|
- DJ Maars – Can I Get Wit Ya
- Basschimp – Under Mi Breakbeat
- Leygo – Here Come The Informer
- Cockney Nutjob – Bust A Jam
- Fredy High – Hold Me Tight
Breakbeat Paradise Recordings are on the themed tip again, this time getting their reggae vibes on. First came the “Swing that Funk” EP, and now comes “Breakin the Riddim”!! An EP of pure funky riddim feelings, BBP have hauled both veterans and new in to create their take on how they feel breaks and reggae should be put together…
DJ Maars kicks the EP off with his own unique style of riddim and this man is a master of the reggae/hip Hop mash, and with this, there’s no disappointment. Basschimp follows up with a banger of a tune called Under Mi Sensi, which has received the head-nod treatment, with big drums and bass to tear the dancefloor up. BBP’s resident funkster Leygo, brings the heavy vibes with his badboy of a track. Tight beats, accompanied by deep rolling bass and funky horns bring this already sweet tune to life.
No breaks compilation is complete without a bit of wobble, and who else better to provide it, than Cockney Nutjob. The man has skills, creating simple, yet great tunes that are almost impossible not to enjoy!!
Finally up-and-comer Fredy High brings the happy vibes. A real reggae riddim, with nice breaks, and a sweet vocal, make this tune a secret of the record box.
More info here:
Breakbeat Paradise Recordings: http://www.bbprecordings.com/
DJ Maars: https://soundcloud.com/djmaars
Cockney Nutjob: https://soundcloud.com/cockneynutjob
Fredy High: https://soundcloud.com/fredyhigh
“DJ Badboe and Wiccatron’s Brekabeat Paradise Recordings masterfully re-enter our charts with their singular approach to breakbeat and electro – this time with a mini compilation! The Danish label has to be given a shout-out for having always done what they believe in, and it’s clear they got their strategy right. The numbers don’t lie, and these guys provoke quite a few downloads on the ol’ Juno system. Breakin The Riddim is a wild and diverse affair, full of sampling grace and brimming with party-ready material in every sense of the word. All of it, however, is heavily centered around break sampling and an audible ‘ragga’ influence – tunes from DJ Maars, Basschimp, Leygo, Cockney Nutjob and Fredy High are the only solution to any bashment or dancehall DJ wanting to fire the place up!” /Juno Review
“Looks like it’s time for another themed EP from Breakbeat Paradise and no prizes for guessing that a release entitled Breakin’ The Riddim with cover art featuring a dreadlocked breakdancer entails a marriage of breakbeat and various reggae-related styles. No prizes either for guessing that it’s richer in bangers than a Walls sausage factory…” /Read complete 5-star review on monkeyboxing.com
Feedback from the scene:
|Contact||Support / Score||Comment|
|Monkeyboxing.com||Support (10/10)||Richer in bangers than a Walls sausage factory.|
|Dj One (Aliens In Denmark)||Support (10/10)||One couldn’t ask for more!!!!|
|Psychotropic Frequencies||Support (8/10)||Sweet Reggae vibes. well done to everyone involved in the release.|
|Johnny Beats||Support (10/10)||What a KICK ASS EP… Straight up Funky as Funk|
|Mr Bristow||Support (9/10)||Quality stuff!|
|Florian Stumpf||Support (10/10)||insanely good release.. gonna drop them all!|
|B-Side||Support (8/10)||great stuff|
|DJ Maars||Support (10/10)||Nice work crew!|
|firstname.lastname@example.org||Support (8/10)||nice Mash Up Release. Some useful tunes for my DJ Sets.|
|Breaks Ida||Support (8/10)||Big joint…|
|Dj Clairvo (MustBeat)||Support (10/10)||just another charts-breaker release!! big up’s!! keep’em coming!!|
|Prosper||Support (7/10)||Great choice of reggea tunes, but to be honest I’m sometimes with remixes….|
|Funkanomics||Support (9/10)||Love it. Great summer package.|
|Cheeky DJ (BRAP FM)||Support (10/10)||brilliant ep with a good strong selection of artists providing their own take on old school. very strong. will be difficult to pick one i rate more.|
|Ferenc Zenit Badics||Support (7/10)||This release contains more sunshine than the actual weather. Awesome.|
|Mr Rich and the Caretaker||Support (9/10)||Another blinding release with quality tunes!!|
|Fabsie Funk||Support (8/10)||Funk beats riddim these tracks are great tools for the crates|
|Quincy Jointz||Support (8/10)||some cool tunes. DJ Maars tune is my favorite.|
|Morongroover||Support (8/10)||Nice vibes! A very good and enjoyable release all the way! I like the summery soul vibe of Hold me tight.|
|Cool Hand Luke||Support (7/10)||dj maars kills it|
|Doe Ran – Bootlegs & B Sides||Support (10/10)||Quality tunes!|
|Buba King||Support (8/10)||Awesome Vibes all round!!!|
|Doctor Hooka||Support (9/10)||Some lovely summer vibes, great work|
The Funk Philosopher is back at it again to follow up on the success of his last free power hour tune that dropped in January.
This time with an even funkier joint that should help you funk you way through the Easter holidays.
Happy Easter and Get Down!
Free Download here: http://hypeddit.com/track/sc/qy93ct
This month free download comes from one of BBP’s household names: Morlack, who has given us this track to showcase some of the new tunes he has coming up on the label.
Always big beats and basslines and always funky.
Download here: http://hypeddit.com/track/sc/q3qojk