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BBP-194: Mined & Forrest – Mined & Forrest Remixed

Its time to get busy on some serious classic BBP dancefloor bangers from the Mined & Forrest crew – and put a twist on them with an epic remix package.
We’ve invited some of the very best producers in the Electronic Funk scene to remix 5 of the biggest Mined & Forrest tunes from their 4 BBP EPs as well as a brand new VIP Mix of the Coming Though track to go with it.
Starting off, Lack Jemmon is bringing out the big guns to really smash up the Funk Toxic jam with their signature fat bass electro treatment. Followed up by label boss man BadboE taking the smooth Gimme The Best joint and wrapping some groovy boogie vibes and some jazzy elements to the equation.
Beat Le Juice takes on the Rock It banger from Mined & Forrest latest EP and transforms it into a catchy disco bass house jam. BBP’s very own B-Side has returned to put some additional heat and funk into the epic There It Is jam.
Wrapping up the EP with Mr Bristow’s creative Drum’n’ Bass remix of the mellow Fire Back tune before ending things with Mined & Forrest remixing their own Coming Though jam into an even bassier VIP mix.
Breakbeat Paradise Recordings giving you the bass funk from all angles on this EP…

9 February 2022 Read more

BBP-191: Various Artists – Disco Paradise Vol.2

After the successful first volume of Disco Paradise, we at Breakbeat Paradise Recordings, thought it was about time to release some more of those happy vibes to try and lift us through these trying times.
Kicking of the album, is a legend of the disco/house scene, combining forces with a master of the funky breaks. Jet Boot Jack and Gramophone Soul have teamed up to give you a pumping dancefloor filler, filled with happy claps and pianos to make you smile. That’s followed by a stomping track from the get go from Leygo, with his secret head nodding recipe to keep you going. Next up is the funk-fueled, vocal stabby number by Venture & Capital, laced with an array of instruments bringing that old live style. Joy Legend comes in next with his downtempo vibe, reminiscing back to the days of Studio 54.
Keeping it on the smooth tip, Jayl Funk enters with his typical funked up style, and continuing in and around the same tempo, we have a debut artist on the label, by the name of Luke the Knife. Horns a plenty and a rolling bassline is the game of this one. Label bossman BadboE brings his world reknowned super funky breaks, hip hop vocals, and big beats, for all you staunch BBP fans. Moving onto the next, Stabfinger is a name synonymous with top quality production. This time he joins forces with Funny Ox, to supply a bass filled, synth laden beauty, that definitely gets the funky seal of approval. Label stablemates,
The Funkin Basstards have come with a rolling, grooving remix of Belle Epoque, while Pecoe slides in after with his well-known style of clean beats, cool guitars and subtle nuances throughout. Morlack, has been member of the BBP family for a long while, and definitely knocks it out the park with this one. It’s got a bass heavy groove, punchy beats, and a sweet vocal to compliment. With a recent release on BBP, Boydex joins the disco club, combining forces with vocalist Alizé for a hip swaying, chest pumping disco house number, before the connoisseur of production, Don Dayglow, comes with a downtempo, electro-disco track smothered on those 80’s synth sounds and vocal floating above to take to that disco dreamworld. Finally, we have another new guy to the BBP family…
Skank Honto with a gritty disco breaks track, filled with plucky leads, and a catchy bassline to match.
All-in-all Disco Paradise Vol.2 is filled a variety of disco styles, for all you lovers of the disco dancefloor.

8 February 2022 Read more

BBP-165: BadboE & Tom Showtime – Toxic Funk Vol. 1

Breakbeat Paradise Recordings is on a neverending jouney of providing DJs and music lover around the world with the raw funky sounds of the golden era of funky party breaks. With a number of 12” vinyls and digital releases focusing on the oldskool breaks and funk it seemed like a natural thing to put some of these joint out on the 7-inch format.

To launch the Toxic Funk series we called upon some real heavy hitters and subject matter experts on the party rocking funk material. BadboE & Tom Showtime has teamed up to delivery 3 timeless cuts of no-nonsense funky boom bap bangers.

Kicking things off with the epic We Funk Tings running low and slow at 95 BPM but maintains a funky vibe accompanied by some slick funky rhymes.

On the flipside BadboE and Showtime brings on the latin flavors on the We Have It Hot jam that maintains the street attitude with an infectious latin groove and on point funky rapping.

Last but not least the catchy vibes are given a timeless funky boom bap beat to bring this 7” home as an instant party starter for the funky DJs across the globe.

Get your hands on this funky plastic – cuz it won’t last long! Its Toxic!

14 December 2019 Read more

BBP-149: Badass Funk Vol. 2

It’s for Breakbeat Paradise Recordings to get back to business and follow up on the one of their most successful releases in the beloved series called Badass Funk! The volume one in the series is nearly impossible to follow but a dream team of 8 of the very best oldskool funky breaks producers has done just that on this epic volume two, which perfectly represents what BBP is all about: the uplifting and badass side of the funk!

The release makes room for both both originals, funky mashups and lots of big funky grooves. Some of the badass producers from volume is had to re-feature on volume 2 but there plenty of new blood making a big entrense on this funky piece of wax. Label-owner BadboEis letting loose on a new badass joint along with other BBP residence Breakbeat Junkievs DJPand Roast Beatzdoing their funky thang. B-Side& Turntill & Merlinare both bringing MCs along to push the envelope on their epic jams.

New talent to feature for the first time on the series are Morlack, Tossesand Ewan Hoozami, who has been invited to the exclusive club by bringing the biggest weapons in thier funky arsenals.

BBP is always on the spot to delivery the biggest and baddest jams in the scene – and puts big pride in offering this exclusively on vinyl. But fear not – there will be a digital release of this down the road.

8 July 2018 Read more

BBP-143: VA – Bring Back The Funk Vol. 4

Breakbeat Paradise Recordings is on a roll right now and are not showing any sign of slowing down as they return with yet another action-packed funky compilation in form of the 4th installment of the beloved Bring Back the Funk series.

As the previous times BadboE has called upon some of the very best producers in the electronic funk scene to represent a well balanced blend of oldskoool funky gems and bass bangers clinically designed to set dancefloors on fire with Funk!

Bring Back The Funk Vol. 4 features brand new joints from BBP all-star producers, Lack Jemmon, B-Side, BadboE  & Proper as well as introducing new artists to the label: Hebegebe and Brian Carson, Kibosh and Synoptix who all have some funky goodness up their sleeves.

The EP kicks off with a new joint from BadboE who has teamed up with longtime partner in beats Prosper to Bring That Back once again. They just released a new EP earlier this year on Bombstrikes and here they are again with a groovy party rocking jam.

Another duo who has returned for the second time this season is Lack Jammon after dropping their successful 12” vinyl, which has been getting spins in a lot of big festival DJ set this year. Here they are with the catchy Joan Jett tune, which features Kurnel MC on the mic over a rather tasty funky beat.

A producer that never disappoints is back to shine once again with a chilled slice of funk – DJ B-Side with a joint called Cali. A perfect way to return after the epic Like This track which has been rocking dancefloors and radio airwaves ever since it dropped on the Badass Funk EP. 

From way down under we happy to introduce a new act Hebegebe and Brian Carson, with a pleasing funky sound, which sounds like it was made back in the nu funk days. On point and straight up oldskool banger designed to Bring Back The Funk!

For the remaining part of the EP we’ll welcome some bass to the party – first up brought by the talented Kibosh who returns to BBP for the second time after featuring on the Swing That Funk compilation. Last but not least we’ve called on Funk Fury new act called Synoptix to finish the party with a blast of a funky banger.

BBP is dedicated to bringing you the very finest in the funkier spectrum of the electronic breakbeat scene.

More info on:
BadboE: http://www.badboe.com
Lack Jemmon: https://soundcloud.com/lackjemmon
B-Side: https://www.facebook.com/djBSideUK/
Kibosh: https://soundcloud.com/kibosh-music
Synoptix: https://soundcloud.com/synoptix
BBP Recordings: http://www.bbprecordings.com

15 November 2017 Read more

BBP-135 – BadboE feat. MC Shureshock – Under The Spell EP

Breakbeat Paradise Recordings has brought in the big guns for another huge spring release by label owner and funky breaks veteran BadboE. When BadboE returns for an EP drop you can expect loads of party flavors, big beats and of cause his signature happy vibes. To maximize the party atmosphere, he turned to old friend and partner in crime from down under – Mc Shureshock who once again spits fire with style and putting us all Under The Spell of this addictive party rockin’ jam.

As so many times before BadboE has done back deep into the treasure chest of funk and soul and brought out a big groove, which he has flipped around and brought into the new millennium, by adding his consistency party breaks flavor and electronic funk basslines.

On remix duties we find some of the very best the scene has to offer: The ghetto blastin Phibes brothers are bringing heat on their bassy hardrockin remix that throws some big synthlines into the mix. Nu Disco sensation Dr Packer is rocking the funky breaks on his undeniably groovy remix while discObeta slows it down for some chill-out vibes on their doOva remix. Finally, funky breaks producer Trotter pays back on BadboE recent remix by doing a rerub for this EP.

The package comes with instrumental mix of the original for the DJs who want to put their own take on groovy track.

From your dedicated and always relievable source for the unspoiled funky beats and breaks: Breakbeat Paradise Recordings

17 March 2017 Read more

BBP-134: discObeta – Chinese Robots EP

Breakbeat Paradise Recordings is back with a huge release to kick off the new year. US-based discObeta is dropping their first EP on BBP with 2 epic originals with remixes by heavyweight producers BadboE & Groove Mind.

The title tune Chinese Robots was first released last year on the compilation Big Fat Mama Beats, and because of the huge success the song has got from all over the world we decided to dedicate a full EP to the song. What started out as just small sample from a Chinese news clip turned into an infectious dancefloor anthem. On this EP the original jam is accompanied by a big glitchy remix by Italian super producer Groove Mind. This remix takes all the catchy vibes of the original and mixes it in a bit of electro funk/wobble basslines and big synth sounds.

The second part of the EP is taking it back to the oldskool with the street banger called No Doubt. The original Funk 2da Brain mix gives something for the break headz to get down to with some funky breaks and big basslines.

On the remix of No Doubt label head honcho and funky breaks legend BadboE is taking the things on ghetto funk trip of big punchy beats and wobble basslines.

All and all a package that should be sure to turn just about any dancefloor on fire. Look out for more dancefloor dynamite from the discObeta producer team soon here on Breakbeat Paradise Recordings!

20 January 2017 Read more

BBP-106: BadboE – Ghetto Funk Testament EP

The time has come for BadboE to return to once again rock the floors across the planet with an explicit 4-track party breaks EP. The Ghetto Funk Testament is BadboE’s interpretation of the sound of ghetto funk that has been causing so much hype over the last few years. The 4 funky bangers on this double a-sided EP is taking it back to where it all started – as sample-heavy – upbeat party smashing music!

This is the first major release from BadboE since his successful second album Pump Up The Funk that dropped in 2012. Followed by an instrumental EP and a remix album, which very much celebrated the ghetto funk sound with tunes from the very best in the scene.

Making a full Ghetto Funk EP was a natural next step for one of the pioneer players in the funky breaks scene, who has been one of the go-to sources for all funky DJs for the last 10 years. BadboE’s approach on ghetto funk however is not taking itself too serious, but focuses on the good samples and heavy beats and just enough bass to keep it ghetto without loosing the soul of the music. All 4 cuts on the EP keeps up that happy funky vibes and the b-boy flavors that BadboE is known and loved for.

Breakbeat Paradise Recordings is now one of the last labels to be releasing funky breaks/ghetto funk on vinyl and we are proud to continue to provide the very best this scene has to offer.  This EP will remain exclusive for vinyl DJs for the next 6 month before dropping on digital.

A1. Eye of the beholder sets things off with a big soul groove chopped and cut to perfection. Mixed with some funky street beats and some rocking ghetto funk bass lines. Finally some well-picked rap hooks from the golden era of hiphop takes it home with style.

A2. Feel Like Funkin’ You Up continues on with catchy chopped samples and rhymes from the finest sources of hiphop. It’s all spiced up with some crisp electro synth and ghetto bass lines and some straight up funky BadboE beats.

AA1. On the flip side BadboE returns to the big soul grooves and bouncy basslines as he seamlessly mashes up some smooth RnB vocals and turns it into a ghetto funk anthem.

AA2. BadboE ends off his Ghetto Funk testament by infusing some silky smooth disco vibes, which blends perfectly in a ghetto funk treatment. The art of sampling cannot be replaced with wobble bass and this is a perfect track to remind us of that.  

2 December 2016 Read more

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