Available now on Juno Download:
A1. Nynfus Corporations feat. Timothy Wisdom & King Lion – This Weed
A2. Nynfus Corporation – The Beat Goes
B1. Nynfus Corporation – Nina is Back
B2. Nynfus Corporation – Jessie Bones Boot
Breakbeat Paradise Recordings is proud to welcome back Nynfus Corporation for what will be their very last release – a 4-track partyrockin’ EP. Is there a better way to celebrate the exit of this amazing producer crew from Budapest but to drop another dope EP on wax? To step things up they have teamed up with another heavyweighter in the scene: Timothy Wisdom from Canada on the first cut on the a-side.
The guys behind the music however will still be producing music under their new alias Lack Jemmon (Kid Panel & dj Clairvo) and they are still very active producers as well as DJs. You can catch them every Saturday @ Akvarium Club in Budapest, where their spin their unique blend of bass and hip hop grooves. They have recently been signed on Scour Records and are featuring on Vol. 4 of the Scored Cream collection. DJ Vida G of Nynfus Corporation, who has actually composed each track of this EP, will continue his solo artist career, as he has established a name for himself as a DJ in Budapest over the last 1.5 decade.
On this EP we are really in for a treat as the Nynfus crew spoils us with some state of the art glitch hop as well as some oldskool funky breaks. Everything done with precision with one goal in mind – to get the party started.
The praise to the sticky green gold feat. Timothy Wisdom on This Weed has already been turning heads as it has been on tour with Timothy including his set at last years Shambhala Festival. Another tune to watch is Nina is Back – which tears up a golden classic and reshapes it for total dance floor destruction!
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Budapest ghetto funk purveyors Nynfus Corporation serve up some deep down and dirty breaks on the So Long Dudes EP. Starting out with the smoker’s delight “This Weed (feat Timothy Wisdom & King Lion)” which will get many a lighter in the air, for more than one reason! There’s the fierce dark side roller “The Beat Goes” which is reminiscent of classic Meat Katie, the block rocking, party starting beats of “Nina Is Here” (featuring a massive rhyme delivery courtesy of the MCs) and finally “Jessie Bones Boot” which features ‘that’ Moby sample.