Sunday, 21 May 2017

META051:: SCAR - The Wrong Side (4track 12" + 2 BAD MICE Remix - PRE-ORDER NOW)


A1. The Wrong Side (feat. Naomi Pryor)
A2. Make Em Know 
B1. The Wrong Side (2 Bad Mice Remix) 
B2. Beside Me (feat. Ben Hadwen & Eleanor Higgins)


London's duet of Survival and Script better known in public as SCAR, return to the living legendary METALHEADZ offering one more class release alongside a fresh and warehouse inspired remix by the groundbreaking Oldskool act 2 BAD MICE. And that is their first remix after many years, following their big return from last November's "Gone Too Soon EP".

So, METALHEADZ new installment is titled "The Wrong Side" and consists of 3 new tunes by SCAR plus 2 BAD MICE remixing on a Jungle Breaks tip the self titled track.
Worth giving some attention to the wonderful vocalists featured inside like Naomi Pryor, Eleanor Higgins as well as Ben Hadwen contribution on "Beside Me" with his saxophone & flute essential bits.

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Wednesday, 17 May 2017

MARSH SOUND - Neural Interface (6track mini LP)

artwork by Mike Lightcap


New Jersey based electronic producer MARSH SOUND has been putting us on a serious quest and nostalgia with his latest personal work, which features 4 original tracks from him plus 2 remixes by other two US producers, Trukey and Lil Merica.
"Neural Interface" is the title of this mini LP including Jungle Breaks, Footwork, Juke and Bass rhythms as well as classic video game samples. Worth giving a listen to this pretty mental experiment by MARSH SOUND.


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Tuesday, 16 May 2017

V.A. - Ruff N Rugged Vol.1 [YESKA Beatz Unltd]



01. Mizeyesis - Soundbwoy Haze
02. Meanstreak - Killin 
03. Ed808 x 6Blocc - Migraine 
04. Jonny 5 - Monkshood 
05. Rez - Deadly Accuracy 
06. BC Rydah - Cosmos 
07. Xian Juan - Ruff Times
08. Torrential x Slav - Groovin


US based label of YESKA Beatz Unlimited presents its brand new compilation, mini-album including various producers from the US dream team of Junglists. A great proof how guys like Rez, Jonny 5, Mizeyesis, Xian Juan, Ed808, 6Blocc, Meanstreak, Torrential, Slav and BC Rydah of course keeping the flag up and the flame alive!

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BEW066:: FUTURE WILDSTYLE - Once Again EP [BASS=WIN]



01. Once Again
02 Hotter than Hot
03. Original Big UP
04. Turn It Up


Four proper ghetto friendly slammers is the recent installment of Bass=Win label driven by Shieffield's geniouses of FUTURE WILDSTYLE, who return to the label aiming to put your cells into a heavyweight ravey bass!
What mostly is marked into their 3rd personal EP on Bass=Win, is their evolved style of Nuskool Bass, while blending different influences from Juke to Breaks, Acid House and Drum & Bass. 
These guys have achieved getting support from an established amount of the music scene like Toddla T, Complex Online, Nemone (Radio 6), Charlie Tee (Kiss Fresh) just to name a few, so undoubtfully this new EP steps again on a good healthy street.



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Monday, 15 May 2017

GL0WKiD Generation X Radio Show featuring DJ C.R.I.P. Guest Mix & Interview On Planet Rave (09/05/17)


GL0WKID's latest Generation X Radio Show on Planet Rave Radio features the talents of Switzerland's finest purveyor of the ruffest and tuffest, nuskool breakbeat hardcore sounds... the DJ C.R.I.P. (aka ComeRaveInPeace). C.R.I.P. delivers an exclusive interview, where he gives us an insight into his musical inspirations, his plans for the future and his forthcoming vinyl release. We are also presented with a storming guest mix showcasing his finest releases and exclusive unreleased C.R.I.P. dubs.

As ever the Strictly Nuskool Blog's very own GL0WKiD opens and closes the show in his own inimitable style. Check out this emporium of breakbeat delights here...


GL0WKiD Tracklist:

1/ The Prodigy - Music Reach 2017 (Neuro Native Remix).
2/ Gareth Monks - Check 1 2, 3. (Soundcoud)
3/ Orestiz - Ruffatest. (Strictly NuSkool)
4/ Jonny L - Hurt You So (RyKennon & The Ad-vanc3d Remix).


DJ C.R.I.P. Guest Mix Tracklist:

1/ C.R.I.P. - Untitled. (Unreleased)
2/ The Prodigy - Weather Experience (C.R.I.P. Remix). (Unreleased)
3/ C.R.I.P. - Unconscious World. (Unreleased)
4/ Paul Cronin - Stable With An Turntable -(C.R.I.P. Remix). (Unreleased)
5/ Whizzkid - Believe.
6/ C.R.I.P. - My Weapon. (Unreleased)
7/ C.R.I.P. - The Underground. (Unreleased)
8/ C.R.I.P. - Experience. (Unreleased)
9/ C.R.I.P. - Rock Me Steady. ('Disco EP')
10/ C.R.I.P. - Untitled. ('Disco EP')
11/ C.R.I.P. - Funky Tecnism. (Unreleased)
12/ C.R.I.P. - Untitled. (Unreleased)
13/ C.R.I.P. - Untitled. (Unreleased)
14/ C.R.I.P. - Check Out The Groove. (Unreleased)
15/ C.R.I.P. - Untitled. (Unreleased)
16/ C.R.I.P. - Untitled. (Unreleased)
17/ C.R.I.P. - Untitled. (Unreleased)
18/ C.R.I.P. - Untitled. (Unreleased)
19/ C.R.I.P. - Alive. (Unreleased)
20/ C.R.I.P. - Take Me Up ('Yoda's Force EP')
21/ C.R.I.P. - Generation X. (Unreleased)
22/ C.R.I.P. - Untitled. (Unreleased)

GL0WKiD's Closing tune: 

1/ C.R.I.P. - Generation X (Gabber Mix).

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LOWERCASE - The Big Finale @ LAZER FM [14th May 2017]


TRACKLIST

Dj Mannik - Computers are taking over the world.
Dj Jedi - Bring the beat back.
Ant To Be - Feeling this.
Cry-L-T - I can't forget (Dj Jedi remix).
Ant To Be - Nobody likes me.
Ant To Be - Untitled riddim.
Dj Luna-C - Black static.
Dj Luna-C - Free as the Sky (Hyper On Experience remix).
Sanxion - Waiting on my feelings.
2 Croozin' - Code red (Fat Controller remix).
Alex Jungle - We are the originals.
Ant To Be - Stranges.
Cru-L-T - Snow in summer (Alex Jungle remix).
Dj Jedi - Bring the beat back (Cru-L-T remix).
Empyreal - ADM (Luna-C's 1994 remix).
Jimmy J & Cru-L-T - Tale me away.
Cru-L-T - I can't forget.
Dj Brisk - Make it rough (Sunny & Deck Hussy remix).
Dj Ham - It would be (Luna-C remix).
Dj Luna-C - Kaos & Fire (Dj Deluxe remix).
Jimmy J & Cru-L-T - Can't you see (Paul Bradley remix).
Dj Poosie - It's gonna be (Justin Time remix).
Luna-C & Reeve - A million miles.
Richie Whizz - Song of angels (Shadowplay remix).
Anglerfish & Lucider - Set me free (luna-C's old skool remix).
Blunted - Freedom.
Future Primitive - Infect me (Idealz remix).
Jimmy J & Cru-L-T - Runaway (Anglerfish & Lucider remix).
Dj Luna-C - Piano obsession.
Alk-E-D - Shining Bright.
Dj Force & the Evolution - High on life (Saiyan & Cru-L-T remix).
Dj Luna-C - Fly to heaven.
Belladonnakillz - Kill Bella Donna.
Alk-E-D - Raw (Scartat remixxx).
Dj Poosie - Gotta get down (Doughboy remix).
Dj Sike - Bongo Bong (Clayfighter remix).
Strange Brotherhood - My ghost (Saiyan & Cru-L-T remix).
Jimmy J & Cru-L-T - Six Days (Scartats WTF did you do remix).
2 Xperience - Never give up (Empyreal remix).
Dj Genki - Fcuk unicorns (Jakazid remix).
Dj Luna-C - Fuck me Egyptian style.
Dj Mannik - Everything is getting dark.





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KFA82:: CLAYFIGHTER - Arcade Love Story EP [out on KFA]


01. Intergalactic
02. PK Rockin
03. Sonic Boom
04. Mystics Play There
05. Into My Eyes


15th May is one more essential date in Kniteforce history, mainly because it marks the official return of Knitebreed Records as announced today by label manager and Hardcore living legend Luna-C on his fresh personal blog.

Apart from that and all good things Chris has been cooking, there's also one more sub-child of him, the KNITEFORCE AGAIN.

KFA launches summertime with a brand new personal EP by Mexico based producer, CLAYFIGHTER, who was met to us on the recent "Bongo Bong Remixes" EP with his tremendous remix on Sike's classic!
On this EP, it's been around 10 months of personal work as he has revealed and the result is totally outstanding as served on these 5 ultimate and clever created tracks, opening a new world to modern Happy Hardcore specified for the dancefloor crew. As usual there's an extra tune as an Executive Edition of this release, and that is Luna-C treating like an alien breakbeat Beastie Boy remixing "Intergalactic", available for the next 2 weeks and then gone...


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Saturday, 13 May 2017

UNITED STATES BEAT SQUAD - Rewind Vol.4 [Free Download]

United States Beat Squad (a.k.a. USBS) sets up his fourth personal chapter of Rewinds, insisting on a 140bpm Rave Breaks mode with rushing pianos and dancefloor attitude!
Go for it now! It's available on free download via his Soundcloud page.




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Friday, 12 May 2017

HCRD031:: DJ NEE - JUMP! [HC RECORDINGS]


HC RECORDINGS returns after a big pause signing the legendary Hardcore Breaks king and established enormous mouse, DJ NEE in order to make us jump to his rhythm!
"Jump!" is the title of the new single coming out from Nee's quality arsenal of tunes and marks his own big return as well as Enormous Mouse return, as he & Stu have already announced and published previews of the upcoming EM vinyl release...


Till then, show your digital love to this true nuskool masterpiece by Neil...


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Thursday, 11 May 2017

[RN038] PRESSURE - Lilioum Remixes [RAVENOYZ RECORDINGS]


01. Lilioum (Cathedral Mix)
02. Lilioum (Remix)
02. Lilioum (Original Mix)


Tenerife's established Hardcore Breaks label, RAVENOYZ RECORDINGS get into gear again with a brand new release by Greek DJ/producer, Pressure, who's offering his first personal EP on the label.

"Lilioum Remixes" is a 3track EP of a darkside tip by Pressure, who's obeying on label's direction and providing to the fans that pure Oldskool spirit that is captured in all 3 versions of |"Lilioum". Personal favourite is no.2 mix of the original tune, but one way or another you can show your love to both label & producer and grab it while it's hot right now.


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Interview with Michael Coleman about his brand new book "Old Skool Rave"

 Interview by GL0WKiD

Mick is a schoolboy of sixteen living in Hackney, just north of the city in the early nineties. He's just coming of age as he starts college and his life about to change beyond all doubt influenced by the biggest social, music drug and culture change since the sixties; the advent of dance party raves! Unwittingly and as a naive young man, drawn in from the general user and raver to the much darker underworld of the dealers and gangs who fuel the scene and Mick's life takes many twists and turns in the underbelly, deeply engrained in the depths of the scene and the shady characters who frequent it.





This is the summary of South London based author, Michael Coleman's brand new book titled 'Old Skool Rave', which came out a few months ago, aiming to rewind memories and take you to a raw path of a time machine.
Michael Coleman opens his files about his new book on Strictly Nuskool Blog.
Check out the following exclusive interview with him.


Hello Michael! I've noticed that "Old Skool Rave" is your debut book, so would like to ask you first of all how easy was writing it and how have you personally lived up that period back then?

Yes , this is my first published but I'd written one previously, which will be published next later this year of different genre. The writting was actually easy as am so passionate about this era which was a groundbreaking & lifechanging time for me in my teens and so wanted to do it and make it the best and as realistic as it could be of the time.

When I write I live it and bring in the surroundings too & of the time like clothing, cars e.t.c and some events did happen too so was there in my head anyway. I write in pen and just one side of A4 a day to keep it fresh. Back then, for many years I lived and breathed that scene, that was my life and pretty much all that mattered.


How long did it take you to sort it out?


Overall, two and a half to three years as editing alone with the publishers and editor took around six to eight months and that's the bit I don't enjoy as I just like the writting and productive side and living the story and life of the book.
Editor and publishers were great though and easy to work with.



What's your aim through this book and how you took the decision to write about it?

My aim was firstly, create a book that will do justice to the scene back then and the way I thought of it and loved it so anyone reading can experience to a certain extent and maybe learn more about it, even if your not a raver you can look into that world and maybe see what makes a raver tick and how they may life their life and why. As in question 1, my passion for it and whilst writting your living and creating it and that was a bick kick for me.
I'm just happy if anyone reads this and enjoys it whoever they are.





Do you think that Mick (the main hero) is still living in present's buzz?


I'm sure he is but he's definitely matured more now and more sensible and grown up.
His life wasn't sustainable and the pitfalls were to risky to pursue for a long period.
Its viable in a fiction book but long term, seeing these behaviours and now well over twenty years later from '91, they're short lived if you live a life like Mick unless you want trouble in your life and stretches in prison. You can maybe live in such depth as he did for a while but your best not taking so much risk and everything can be lost in a moment.

He's matured now and learnt this having seen what happens to people who live this life over time, it comes to an abrupt end in crime and he's now more mature, definitely raves still as once a raver always a raver and that never dies, its in your blood and he'll be raving for many more years yet!!


I'd like your opinion about the differences of Old Skool to the nowdays scene? Do you personally see any kind of evolution?


I think back then, it was obviously far more groundbreaking and you knew something amazing and massive was happening and you were part of it and it was changing so fast. The book covers this too. '91 it was coming into the clubs more after the bill the government brought in the 'Criminal Justice Bill ' with illegal acid house parties and the music had evolved from the 'Acid' sound to what was the 'Hard Core' and has to be some of the most amazing and dynamic cutting edge music ever in my eyes.

It really was so futuristic and was a sound of the future with these skilled musicians utilizing the modern synthesising equipment to it full degree as no one seemed to have done before. The music blew your mind and was perfect for that time and still sounds as good today as it did then.

I think now, its a given, the scene and raving is loved and here to stay, still modern and evolving and very respected enjoyable friendly culture.

As ever I'm asking this question.
What's your own top 5 favourite Old Skool tunes?



There's so many I love so this is difficult...

1. I love Timelapse 'Sued for a Sample' straight out of Romford as its so raw and dynamic and have very fond memories and is a top top but probably not so well known tune.

2. 'This Sound is for the Underground' by Krome & Time.
Sums up the amazing highs and utopian times at the height of a good rave in the midst or at a New Years eve Rave summed it all up and you knew exactly what it was all about and you and every raver at that moment were as one on one amazing high and usually unachievable level.


3. Rhythmn for Reasons 'Grand National' for pure rawness and for me a real transition tune from Hardcore into more Jungle and very much of the time.

4. The Prodigy 'Everybody in the Place'. The Prodigy deserve a place in my Top 5 and this one just always reminded me of the start of a rave and everybody getting there all nice and fresh and getting on it and easing you into it.

5. X Project 'Walking in the Air' of the time and sheer powerful tune and RAW too.





Are you satisfied with the whole feedback and responce already receiving?


Yes, absolutely over the moon to be honest. When you've written a book you don't really know how it will read to others but the feedback has been amazing. The amount of people who have contacted me to say how much they loved it and also how quickly some read it, one lady in just two days!!

Also I thought it would be more for a younger age range but one man in his seventies said he loved it and read it in three days and all the other great comments like 'You know your stuff ' or 'I felt like I was there!' and 'What great detail' e.t.c . it makes me really pleased and has given me the confidence in it to know I have a good book and story here, so really inspires me to continue to write which I am.


What can we expect coming out next from you? Thoughts of a sequel soon?


Yes, I am currently editing with the publisher my next book which will be out later this year which is a late 60's / 70's London gangster novel. I am currently writting a book more aimed for the female market and about a relationship/love affair, which goes wrong and torment and other issues involved too and then the sequel to this.

It will continue from around '97 where this one ends and will be called 'OLD SKOOL RAVE (THE GARAGE YEARS)' so will go from that era where the UK Garage kinda came off the back of the D & B and blew up and was another groundbreaking time I think and that music era is still very popular today and has lead to other genre's like Grime and Bassline e.t.c.

I also intend to write some commedy after that as I love commend and humour.



Shouts out to anyone played a key role for this release?

Big shouts out to all those who have and continue to believe in me, my family, friends, 'Publish nation', Natalie Hallam for typing up everything I write and all the ravers and everyone out there and your good self , love to all and many thanks!

Michael xx




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Monday, 8 May 2017

The Reverend Glock - Step FM (Out on Digital & Limited Cassette on CC:WHITE)


Starting up with this brand new videoclip directed by Discourse and a tune paying homage to the Oldskool era.

"An Every Day Thing" by The Reverend Glock is a brand new tune and clip of him taken off his personal debut album 'Step FM' coming out on digital and limited cassette format on Aussie based label CC:WHITE.
This tune launches his 12track release, a mental blend of hardcores and junglistic underground vibes ready to drive you to the days of pirate stations, innocence, unity and solidarity.










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Saturday, 6 May 2017

NEEKEETONE, GWR Kollektive, MozDJ - Nu Skool Is Back EP [GWR]



01. NEEKEETONE – Dancing Bridge 
02. GWR Kollektive – Feeling Yo Body 
03. MozDJ – Incoming Clash 
04. NEEKEETONE - Original Don Dada



Russian based family of GWR has unleashed its new installment, which is a 4 track EP by local producers representing Junglistic vibes by a nuskool modern way. "Nu Skool Is Back" is available in digital format and you can get it by naming your price on GWR official bandcamp page.
Here's the GWR promo statement about this EP. An interesting track-by-track review.


01. NEEKEETONE – Dancing Bridge

Multi genre artist NEEKEETONE, after his success on Dynasty Shit, Expose Records, and latest appearance on legendary Dred Collective compilation, hits up GWR with another furious track «Dancing Bridge». The tune starts with a jokingly but well funky made intro based on «Dancing Bridge» sample that refers to NEEKEETONE’s native city Volgograd’s «Dancing Bridge» (www.youtube.com/watch?v=4qHmA0DyHzc) and breaks out into decently built-up and mentally chopped footwork jungle drop with some nice pads and stabs in the breakdown. Well done Mr. NEEKEETONE!

2. GWR Kollektive – Feeling Yo Body

This track will work good for both classic footwork djs with its 1/3 808 kicks alongside good old funky sample and synchronized female vocals and for those who like to mix it longer and then kill the dancefloor with a huge amenistic drop taking it deeper into jungle. As always GWR Kollektive makes the tune a long story with different episodes from sweet and cute pieces to harder and faster breakouts.

3. MozDJ – Incoming Clash

This tune was inspired by the recording of “Incoming Soundclash”, where two monsters of Russian raga-jungle HOT and FeyDer were fighting alongside Steppa Style MC (www.junodownload.com/products/stepp…mad/3312275-02). Heavy Nu Skool jungle floor filler, it’s recommended for dirty amen and nasty soundclash business lovers. More fire!


4. NEEKEETONE - Original Don Dada

The EP finishes with monster of a track from NEEKEETONE “Original Don Dada”. Here you will find everything you need for a serious mash up the place business. It is fueled with rude amen chops, dirty bass lines, roughneck ragamuffin samples, and keeps the secret weapon of killing footwork breakdown in the middle of it! Add all-time 100% working “Don Dana” samples to it and u will get your beast of a tune. Here it goes!



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Thursday, 4 May 2017

DEATHDRUM 005:: Maxim - Baddest Breed Ft. Cianna Blaze (with InsideInfo Remix) [DEATH DRUM REBEL]


01. Baddest Breed ft. Cianna Blaze 
02. Baddest Breed ft. Cianna Blaze (Insidelnfo Remix) 
03. Baddest Breed (Instrumental)


The living legend MaxiM from The Prodigy returns under his own personal sounds on Drum & Bass duties offering a new piece of fresh work collaborating with Cianna Blaze and getting  a proper Neurofunk remix by Viper Recordings well known Insidelnfo, who has recently released his debut LP.
'Baddest Breed' is the title of this 3track EP driven by Maxim's hot wheels as well as Cianna Blaze firing vox and lyrics! A strong proof why both of them got that formula and right chemistry in collaborating for big results! The fifth installemt of Death Drum Rebel consists of heavy bass, rolling beats and rhythms and Baddest Breed!
Grab it digitally while its hot!


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Monday, 1 May 2017

RN041::NEAP TIDE - Rave Jam [RAVENOYZ RECORDINGS]


Moscow's proud son, NEAP TIDE returns with a new Hardcore Breaks slammer released on Tenerife's RAVENOYZ RECORDINGS, label run by DJ Wislov, who's the man who found NEAP TIDE's talent and quickly signed him.

'Rave Jam' is the latest single release coming out now in all digital stores. A stunning Nu-Rave jammer under 160bpm range, obeying on a serious Oldskool impact. One more great work by this skillfull producer as well as Wislov who's hunting each & every active badboy at present!



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LUNA-C Kniteforce Records Podcast 51 (wt. LOWERCASE Guest Mix)



Dj Luna-C Mix

01. Worldwide Epidemic – Contrast
02. Dj Luna-C – I Keep Coming Hardcore (Bucksta Remix)
03. Dj Jedi – Bring the Beat Back
04. Dj Luna-C – Free As The Sky – (Hyper On Experience Remix)
05. Dj Doughboy – Come On
06. Sanxion – Waiting On My Feelings
07. Dj Luna-C – back To Cause Mayhem
08. Ant To Be – untitled Riddim
09. Shadowplay – Born Again
10. Timme – Forbidden
11. Dj Poosie – Gotta Get Down (Dj Doughboy Remix)
12. Dj Sike – Bongo Bong (Dj Sc@r Remix)
13. Clayfighter – PK Rockin’
14. Jimmy J & Cru-l-t – Six Days (Scartats WTF Did You Do Remix)
Dj Lowercase Mix

01 – SL2 – On A Ragga Tip ’97 (Force & Styles Remix).
02 – N-Zo & Invincible – Take Me Away.
03 - Jimmy J & Cru-L-T – 6 Days (Brisk Remix).
04 – Luna-C & Reeve – A Million Miles.
05 – Dj Slam – Till We Meet Again (Unreleased Edit).
06 – Dj Ham, Dj Demo & Justin Time – Here I Am (Brisk’s Breakbeat Remix).
07 – Robbie Long & Devastate – Panic Attack (Ruff Mix).
08 – Robbie Long & Devastate – 24 Track.
09 – CLSM – Timebomb (Cube::Hard Remix).
10 – Dj Luna-C – Piano Obsession.
11 – Liquid – Sweet Harmony (Timewarped by Dj Luna-C).

Inappropriate song of the month

Leonard Cohen – You Want It Darker

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