Here to fulfill your breakbeat hardcore fix with quality tracks! Paul Bradley, Alex Jungle, Disrupta & The Timespan/Mr Arthur are your hustlers in hardcore for Death By Digital vol 4!
The Timespan & Mr Arthur put in some amazing drumwork on the rolling breakbeat hardcore euphoria that is ‘Shadows End’, a turbo charged blast of rich, melodic keys and 80s style vocal refrains. A fun mid section of 1992 inspired techno stabs adds to a tune made for raving to!
Paul Bradley draws inspiration from a 94 Jungle classic for ‘Terror Dread’, a tune that will transport you back to the smoke and laser filled arenas of AWOL and World Dance. Super atmospheric amen rumblism with huge warp bass patterns and rushy melodies aplenty! A tune you could easily mix in with the anthems of old!
The dreamy keys that open Alex Jungle’s ‘A Sunny Day In May’ have a certain eerie quality to them. The energy just builds and builds on this one, the pianos are quite simply brilliant as are the melancholic vocals. On point amen breaks and happy vibes are just what the doctor ordered, served with a side order of hurtling hoovers! I dare you not to get up and skank around the room to this one, Someone had to tie me to a chair so I could finish the blog!
For a while, way back when, there was a term known as ‘happy jungle’ often attributed to Krome & Time aka Higher Level, Love Nation etc, Disrupta recaptures that sound with ‘Lost In Time’, a perfect blend of uplifting, melodious piano with seamless switches into the rudest, ruffest and tuffest badboy junglism. You can have the best of both worlds in a post 94 rave scene!
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