New Release: DJ Hybrid - Battle Skillz

DJ Hybrid and friends present a swift roundhouse to the back of the neck with ‘Battle Skillz’, a full on attack to the nervous system delivered by Serial Killaz.

Immerse yourself in frontal assault as the title track delivers 50,000 watts of damage. The simplistic breakbeat combination synchronises effortlessly with gnarly bass notes, reloading glocks and rough and tough vocal snippets. Steppas rejoice as this is exactly what you have been waiting for!

Hybrid links with Replicant for ‘Tell You’ - a tonal affair of bass reverb, dreamy pads and elements of ‘94 jungle that wasn’t be a miss at your local warehouse rave. Battling with sleep deprivation is certainly a cause for concern and ‘Insomnia’ drives these issues home by way of a ton of sonic twists and turns, bassline risers and sneaky breakbeats.

Altering your sense of direction in the form of ‘Push’. An off key, out of step beast that would certainly fit with the original 3 beat style. Experimental to the core and a tough beast to tame. ‘Watch This’ delivers a special treat in the form of real low end sub bass carefully wrapped around Serial Killaz style vocal stabs, delay soaked keys and Bristol influenced beats.

My Selecta finishes off the battle alongside DJ Hybrid for a final round of trap influenced snare hits that will no doubt cause an influx of head nodding, side shaking and brain vibrating motions. It’s pitch bent low end provided an additional blow to the skull. Finish him.

Bag a copy via the store on release.

Press Release: Dubplate Creative

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New Release: Nectax - Paradox EP

Hailing from Newcastle and sticking directly to the Serial Killaz deep roots, Nectax delivers a fine slice of everything you would expect from this legendary label. ‘Paradox EP’ is a fine mashup of both classic and upfront styles with a firm nod to Nectax’s many influences. Heads from all all eras and all walks of life will appreciate the style and selection.

From the silky jungle flavours of ‘Paradox’ to the experimental building blocks of ‘Greedo’, Nectax delivers a audio journey of stretched and rolled breakbeats, proper sublow basslines and punchy vocal stabs and melodies. Memories of Jungle Splash may well come flooding back here, maybe even that moody basement party circa ‘95 with 500 sweaty ravers!

‘Hologram’ really is a true representation of lazers licking off shots through a haze driven dance floor. Forgot Co2 cannons if you’re dropping this one as it’s all about the attitude - stick your head down and shuffle. A dynamic switch in the form of ‘Dice’ which is no doubt a true building shaker! Rumbling jungle basslines accompany skippy breakbeats and crashing drum loops which drive the vibes hard. ‘One More Sunset’ brings proceedings to a close with its flexed out rolling stance and melodic vibes. A fine end to a superb collection of tunes.

Jungle music has always been about vibes and feelings, both of which Nectax captures effortlessly here. Watch the ride!

Pick up a copy via the store.

Press Release: Jamie S23

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New Release: Veak - Amen Adventures

Killa Dubz, Serial Killaz authentic offshoot continues to deliver brash, jungle beats and in true form follows up Java’s ‘Original Ruffneck’ with longtime label veteran Veak and his amazing EP ‘Amen Adventures’. Lighters and gas cans at the ready, this is another blazing delivery.

Veak chooses elements wisely with ‘Bad Load’. A well known vocal hook, oozing with passion and enthusiasm compliments the crushing breakbeats as if this could well have been an official flipside. If this doesn’t cause a surge of brocking out junglists, nothing will!

‘Badman Killa Sound’ revisits the tried and tested formula of tight echo and high pass filters layered to perfection over Amen mashed up breaks. This one is as ruffneck as they come and would certainly have been at home inna war in ‘94 let alone busting up a dance in 2019.

Flipping the script in true Veak style with the likes of ‘Bongo’ and ‘Never Leave’. Two very dangerous tracks filled with underground sublow basslines and murkey beats that will no doubt appeal to the corner lurkers.

Further chopped up breaks compliment this release and with a distinct Serial Killaz style and flavour, fans of the label will not be dissapointed.

Veak didn’t title this EP ‘Amen Adventures’ for no reasons and with a total of 10 mashed up breakbeat destroyers in the bag, this release is set to cause flames wherever it’s dropped.

Pick up a copy via the store.

Press Release: Jamie S23

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