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BYBB Special!

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BYBB Special June 11th

 

This is a SPECIAL ONE TIME EVENT right here on nubreaks.com!
For the past 4 months we have been in the lab working on some new stuff for you!
Big thanks to Sun Mountain Studios with the final mastering.
Thanks to all the producers from around the world and listeners that support us!
All 22-24 tracks that will be played during this show will be available
for FREE Promotional download after June 11th.
These tracks will be available from Nubreaks MP3 STORE that will officially be opened on June 5th!
Just check the Shops menu at the top and click on the "Mp3" link.
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BYBB Special Jun 11th

 

Thursday June 4th Machinen Musik Sneak Peek on Bruise Your Body Breaks 8PM-10PM MST right here on Nubreaks.com Radio


Maschinen Musik 14 – Time Morphs

RELASE DATE: June 19th 2009
Tracks:
1. - Electronic Confessions: Time Morphs (Written and produced by Dennis Richter)
2. - Electronic Confessions: Lia (Written and produced by Dennis Richter)

Mastering: Andreas Kauffelt @ Schnittstelle / Frankfurt
Cover artwork by Kevin Kappis© http://www.surrealplaces.com

Maschinen Musik 14 brings you the summer with two brand new shining gems out of
the skillful hands of Dennis Richter aka Electronic Confessions. Musical mastery
combined with an outstanding feeling for atmosphere, beats and bass.
"Time Morphs" opens up with a relentlessly driving beat, heavy bass sweeps, and cool
atmospheres, contrasted with glittering melodies and soft pads. A track that is more
than just another dancefloor tool, but a piece of music that captures ones mind and
puts a smile on your face.
"Lia" stays true to this concept and takes the musicality of “Time Morphs” even further.
Irresistible grooves, funky bleeps and a pad melody that captures the warmth of the
rising sun. Machine Music indeed, but with a natural ease and melodic qualities, that
haven’t been seen on Maschinen Musik like that before.
Release notes:
Maschinen Musik 14 will be a digital release and will not be available on vinyl or CD. The
record is distributed worldwide through MTunes (www.deeep.net) and will be available
for download on most major download platforms including junodownload, Musicload,
Trackitdown.net, iTunes, and many more.

 

Boonos - Back With It - XSSR Music

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Boonos from Austrailia delivers a heavy tech sound on this latest XSSR release. Back with it has a repititive dancefloor influenced bassline and the straight foward heavy breakbeat. Mars brings the gnarly with his remix. It has a nice string section counteracted with heavy bass and a complex crunchy sounding breakbeat. A++ for sure!

Freestyle - Invade The Party

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Freestyle Debonaire

 

FREESTYLE: renown as worldwide icons of electro-funk and songwriters behind global dance hits "Don't Stop The Rock", "The Party Has Begun" and "It's Automatic", once again invade airwaves and dance floors with their cosmic crossover hit "INVADE THE PARTY". This release also includes another chart topper entitled "All These Girls" which features Slot Machines electro-hiphop legend "The Egyptian Lover".


Available now for immediate download at DebonaireRecords.com

Thanking you in advance for your support

Freestyle

As a free bonus here is a link to Debonaire's mix that Nubreaks broadcast LIVE from Techno Sluts during WMC 2009 in Miami, FL.to download. Courtesy of Debonaire himself. So get your download on!! Here's the link:

Debonaire Live from Techno Sluts Miami WMC 2009

Secta Chameleon- ‘More Than A Feeling’ Ft Judie Jay

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Secta Chameleon

 

Artist:             Secta Chameleon                
Track:             ‘More Than A Feeling’ Ft Judie Jay                      
Label:              Chameleon Records
A1:                  Original version
(downtempo electronica)
A2:                  Sam Hell RMX (house)
B1:                   Secta Chameleon RMX (breaks)
B2:                   ‘For The Kids’ (tech house)
B3:                   ‘Homeboy’ (progressive)

Formed in 2000 SECTA CHAMELEON are Sab Mutu and Lazybones hailing from Hungary. With a history of live performances and as accomplished musicians they have played live sets and Dj’ed  (with the occasional help from MCs and vocalists: Sena, MC Manic, Big Daddy Wilson, Melinda Stoika (ex-Deladap), Rika, MC Coppa, Dj Infragandhi, Jutasi and MC Penda) along side the likes of Deep Dish, Infusion, X-Press 2..

Combine the elements of dirty pop, trip-hop, break-beat, house, electro and dirty rock and you have Secta Chameleon. Playing as a full band or sometimes separately as Djs. They have remixed the works of many artists, such as Deladap, Dj Chriss, Coldcut, Neo, Razoof, Pluto Project, Akama, and Paul Murphy... And likewise have been remixed by artist such as Dreadzone, Paul Murphy, Quasar and the Groove Diggerz.


In the ORIGINAL MIX we see Judie Jay lay down sultry smooth vocals over fuzzy, evocative sonic downtempo electronic textures and some effected, stoned guitar tweaks to make this a smoker's favourite.

SAM HELL steps in for some jerky jacking 4/4 peak time house action, with a heavy dose of synthetic funk-plastique to turn the original track on its head.

SECTA CHAMELEON RMX ..Deep euphoria grabs at your chest as you breathe in the heavy uplifting mood of this  breakbeat vocal soundscape.

‘FOR THE KIDS’ is a smoothly serrated exotic euro- tech house dream, punctuated by warm and harmonious sweet sounding eastern promise. Heads are down but arms are raised in appreciation of its anthemic breakdown and drop that is certainly 'for the kids'.

HOMEBOY .. A driving, progressive journey into the darker recesses of synthetic attitude. This searing synth workout pierces your ears and pokes your mind with its incessant hypnotism that takes you on an expansive trip onto a parallel dancefloor controlled by twisted machines!

A definite act to watch out for these two are sure to make their mark in the electronic music scene.


IDJ magazine- ‘an impressively strong package
**New entry at #16 –The DMC Update Zzub Chart A different kind of Buzz! ‘low slung electric blues featuring Judie Jay’ **.
Plays on - Music choice Ltd Sky digital (received by approximately 35million people in Europe)

 

Video links:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ng8K4zPSKQc              

http://emilgoodman.com/secta/secta_mtv.mov

http://vimeo.com/3421240


SECTA CHAMELEON DJ MIX  
 http://chameleonrecords.hu/ftp/secta_chameleon/Promomix.zip
Secta Chameleon - promomix (19.01.2009)tracklist
1.Secta Chameleon feat. MC Manic - Push along(Groove Diggerz remix)
2.Secta Chameleon - For the kids
3.Secta Chameleon - Homeboy
4.Bad Boyz - Bad Boyz(Secta Chameleon remix)
5.Secta Chameleon feat. Judie Jay - More than a feeling(Sam Hell remix)
6.Secta Chameleon feat. Judie Jay - More than a feeling(Secta Chameleon remix)
7.Secta Chameleon - Illegal export
8.Secta Chameleon - A fat beat's comin again

CHECK OUT SECTA CHAMELEON HERE!
http://www.myspace.com/sectachameleon      http://www.myspace.com/chameleonrecordsmusic        http://www.chameleonrecords.hu/

Chameleon Records

Specimen A - Hazardous Material Part 2

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These Boys are on fire as of late. With the recent collab with Xim and Bass on audiogore and this follow up to Hazardous Material, nothing seems to be standing in their way!!! Check it....

 

 

 
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Specimen A return with a vengeance this year to dump yet another infectious
load of corrosive beats & toxic bass all over your soft, modern,
green-friendly, compost-bass-bin loving selves. You'll find no recycling
here, Spec A make only 100% original & indestructible beats. The new age is
over prepare for the second dark age!

It was only a matter of time before the credit crunch caught up with us so
in homage to the buzz word of the year and first up on the release comes
'Hard Times' a 130bpm tough-like-2009 breakbeat behemoth. It opens with an
electric storm quietly drawing in over the intro before the full on thunder
of dark basslines, electronic wobbles & raw beats is unleashed at the drop.
The storm clouds swell unleashing epic hands in the air synths in the chorus
until the whirlwind breakdown clears away the dead bodies with hoover basses
& half time triplets preparing the dancefloor for the second half
devastation to come.

Flip for 'Exodus RIP' a reworking of their 2007 track 'Exodus' into a much
more ferocious beast. This is ipod fodder for 22nd century marines on the
front lines. The dystopian horror theme remains but with sacks full of
energy & changes aplenty. The intro & first bassline riff echo the original
track until the terror suddenly shifts up a gear with an onslaught of
horror-synth stabs & chilling screams before breaking out into a rock fest
of wailing guitars, tight drum fills, chugging riffs & machine gun fire. It
wouldn't be Specimen A without some proper melody thrown in the mix so true
to form there's a soothing half time acoustic ballad providing a brief
respite from the assault until the second wave. RIP indeed!
 
 
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What is Breakbeat


Breakbeat (sometimes breakbeats or breaks) is a term used to describe a collection of sub-genres of electronic music, usually characterized by the use of a non-straightened 4/4 drum pattern (as opposed to the steady beat of house or trance). These rhythms may be characterised by their intensive use of syncopation and polyrhythms.

 

History


In the late 1970s and early 1980s, hip-hop DJs (starting with Kool DJ Herc) began using several breaks (the part of a funk or jazz song in which the music "breaks" to let the rhythm section play unaccompanied) in a row to use as the rhythmic basis for hip-hop songs. Kool DJ Herc's breakbeat style was to play the same record on two turntables and play the break repeatedly by alternating between the two records (letting one play while spinning the second record back to the beginning of the break). This style was copied and improved upon by early hip hop DJs Afrika Bambaataa and Grand Wizard Theodore.This style was extremely popular in clubs and dance halls because the extended breakbeat was the perfect backdrop for breakdancers to show their skills.

In recent times, the term breakbeat has become synonymous with the many genres of breaks music which have become popular within the global dance music scene, including big beat, nu skool breaks and progressive breaks. DJs from a variety of genres, including house and techno, work breaks tracks into their sets. This may occur because the tempo of breaks tracks (ranging from 110 to 150 beats per minute) means they can be readily mixed with these genres, whereas the comparatively fast speed of jungle and drum and bass (160-180 bpm) may have restricted the utility of these subgenres to DJs playing slower-tempo music. Some artists well known for breakbeat include The Freestylers, NAPT, Dj Loopy, Pendulum, Soul Of Man, Dj deekline and wizard, Ben & Lex, The Breakfastaz, Ctrl Z, Stanton Warriors, Dj Icey, Freq Nasty and Plump DJ's.

Breakbeats are used in many hip hop, rap, jungle, and hardcore songs, and can also be heard in other music, from popular music to background music in car and jean commercials on the radio or TV.

(Source: Wikipedia.com) http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Breakbeat

 

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