Sunday, 13 October 2019

Autumn Vinylizm 2019 (TOP 4 Glowing Recommendations)

Autumn has come, believe it or not, whether it's still hot in some places or very cold in others, I'm right here with the right music forecast to amplify the temperature with some fresh 'plates' that are covering different angles of vibes for every preference whether it's Hardcore Breaks or Early Hardcore, Jungle and House.

So, as Vanilla Ice once said...Let's kick it!



Couldn't get anything better as a debut for the new label Return of The Vibe. It's all about the amazing 2-Track 12" Vinyl EP by the brothers in Hardcore crime, DJ Vibes and Hattrixx, who seem to be much prolific this period right after their late 2018 exclusive album 'It's about Time' till present's time.
Rushing attractive pianos and Hardcore Breaks tied up perfectly with an intensive sound like a modern '92-'94 era. Hands-in-the-air under 145 bpm range and off for an amazing ride.


Favourite Track:'Tonight'


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Off for a 10" 2-Track Vinyl, under a limited number of 100 hand-stamped copies by Free Discs, presenting their second installment with early support from Annie Mac (BBC Radio1), Shadow Child and Violet. Their second release is a very attractive (e)uphoric gem of 2 vibes that are almost taken from a warehouse party from back in the day. The original tune is accompanied with a strong remix by Sheffield's magic trio, Denham Audio who offer an absolute belter of a track once again.
Totally recommended to all DJ's out there.


Favourite Track:
'Paul & Shark - Liquid Technicolor Blanket Of Disconnect (Denham Audio Remix)'


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Into Netherlands now, with a special split between Coco Bryce from Breda and Tommy The Cat from Nijmengen who contribute to deliver 2 tracks of massiveness each. Tommy The Cat spitting harsh junglistic vibes strictly for the heavyweight crew. On the flipside Coco Bryce takes his weapon of his choice to deliver a ravish and fav track of mine analyzing musically on 160bpms about his own Generation, whiles B2 takes you on a breakbeat hardcore tip homage to a modern '92.

To sum up about this amazing record, the quote goes like:
 "If it ain't Dutch it sure as f*** ain't much!"


Favourite Track:
'Coco Bryce - Talkin Bout My Generation'





Rave Alert is one of those underground brands that has already attracted my attention and has been growing ideally over the years. For sure a must-recommended party to attend when you visit Belgium and if you can't visit it yet, you can wet your appetite by supporting their releases! So, their 3rd release is out on digital and vinyl (limited number of 303 12" Vinyl copies) comprised by 4 smashers by X&trick, Trym, Negative Glitch, Bangbass, DYEN all giving their own twist strictly for the headstrong with the likes of Hardstyle, Hardcore Techno and Early Hardcore buzzing! Suffice to say that I could write loads about this respectable label/ collective, but it's better to focus on a separated future tribute making a special reference about their whole work so far. Keep your eyes and onions peeled then!


Favourite Track:
'Trym - PrĂȘte Et Pasteur'


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