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Published on December 24th, 2019 | by Sid Wesley

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Big Fat Mama Beats 3 – VA (MisterRich-Minimix)

Big Fat Mama Beats has had a very solid 2019 on the release front and it has made sure that if it’s floor-filling Breakbeat you’re after, it’s a label you need to be following as we head into 2020 for even more of that! To end this year, BFMB has released volume 3 of its self-titled compilation series and brings with it another 12 tracks of Breaks to make the floors shake!

To give us a hint of what’s in store on ‘Big Fat Mama Beats 3’, label friend Mister Rich has put together the tasty minimix featured and in ascending order kicks off with Mr Bristow‘s 95bpm ragga Breaks stomper ‘Smiley Sizzla’ and ends with One Dead Jedi‘s 144bpm Jungle inspired ‘Where’s Your Vinyls’. In between, you’ll find discObeta‘s ‘Comin Up’ which many people from the UK will recognise as a hefty funky Breaks spin on the theme tune to ‘Pointless’ and Signal Jacker‘s shuffling Breaks take on ‘Bring The Noise’ by Public Enemy. There’s also a couple of Big Beat beauties to be found, the first being Rory Hoy‘s funky ‘Front 2 Back’ and the second being Wiccatron‘s acidic ‘Wake Up Call’. With the further huge tunes coming from Bobby C STV, The Funk Philosopher & Pecoe, Sonale, Funky Boogie Brothers, 54RU and DJ Smartie Roc, you can expect an action-packed album that’ll keep rockin’ well into the new year and beyond!

 

Buy ‘Big Fat Mama Beats 3’ here on Juno.

 

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