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Breaks Producers

MOD ONE

TRIBE Member
I'm just wondering if anybody could give some good break producers just looking into purchasing some tracks and not really familiar with breaks. Any help would be greatly appreciated.:)
 

~decepticon~

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it all depends on what kind of good breaks your looking for. If you are looking for break producers that make big tunes check out

adam freeland
atomic hooligan
plump djs
rennie pilgrem
elite force
santos
bassbin twins
..........................

someone else will hafta finish, i have a client waiting ;)
 

MOD ONE

TRIBE Member
I heard of plump djs and Freeland (saw him at system wicked party!). I was looking for some up and coming producers that are not yet so called super stars type of guys. I’m looking more of the producers that are just getting noticed. The producer you gave me will help me out in learning more about breaks.

Thanks:)
 

DeepSix

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funny enough, I just got off a call FROM a client...

so I can add to this a wee bit.

I'm not the biggest "breaks" head, but here's a few of my faves:

Stanton Warriors
Deekline
Aquasky/Masterblaster
Freestylers
 
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Eclectic

TRIBE Member
Look no further than right here!

Robb G
The Electrician
!Myagi!
Da Phat Conductor
DSV

I hope I'm not forgetting anyone......but Canadian Breaks are on the rise and the tunes are wikkid awesome!

:D
 

DeepSix

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^^ totally agree (and I didn't read the inbetween post re: up and comers...soz)

You can add Simon Paul to that list of good homegrown production talent.
 

~Loress~

TRIBE Member
Originally posted by Eclectic
Look no further than right here!

Robb G
The Electrician
!Myagi!
Da Phat Conductor
DSV

I hope I'm not forgetting anyone......but Canadian Breaks are on the rise and the tunes are wikkid awesome!

:D
:D

So much amazing talent!!!!


~Lori
 

oddmud

TRIBE Member
influenza ;)
splitloop
introspective
shiloh
jason distortionz
breakfasterz
dj quest
dj mutiny
tent city rockers
meat katie
elite force
autobots
transformer man
future funk squad
 
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MOD ONE

TRIBE Member
Wow! Thanks for all the help. I heard some amazing tracks, but I have to watch out its Christmas, and I have to start buying present instead of me buying records.:p
 

DSV

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Originally posted by Eclectic
Look no further than right here!

Robb G
The Electrician
!Myagi!
Da Phat Conductor
DSV

I hope I'm not forgetting anyone......but Canadian Breaks are on the rise and the tunes are wikkid awesome!

:D
Thanx Eclectic. On Tribe, DSV=Dave Dub. Dave Dub (that's me) DJ's and produces, DSV is my record label.

If you want to check out some of the tunage, please go to www.davedub.com or click on the links below(there's more on the web-site):

http://www.dubblesided.com/davedub/audio/warning.ram
http://www.dubblesided.com/davedub/audio/ruffest.ram
http://www.dubblesided.com/davedub/audio/duborig.ram
http://www.dubblesided.com/davedub/audio/fresh.ram

And here's an oldy but goodie from '96:

http://www.dubblesided.com/davedub/audio/feelit.ram

Peace out!
Dave
 

DSV

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If we're talking non-Canadian artists, you gotta check out ILS...

ILS is a personal fav!! Also, Stanton Warriors, and Skool Of Thought.

Some good labels to check out are:

PUNKS
MOB
CyberFunk <----wikkid!!
 
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Hispeeddub

TRIBE Member
Originally posted by oddmud

dj mutiny
Damn Straight

Cant get "Synthetic" outa ma head
this track owns :eek: Mutiny and Quest have come a long way with their sound
:) :)

Son of the Electric Ghost
Terminalhead
Si Begg
Tipper
Freq Nasy
Evil Nine

ahhh yeah:D
 

DSV

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DJ Quest has definitely come a long way. He's always had a cool sound(steppy beats, fat bass, hip hoppy/old school 'ardcore vibes), but his production as of late has gotten really TIGHT!!

Another good breakstep-ish producer with old school 'ardcore vibes is Mark 'Ruff' Ryder on Strictly Underground Records. Wikkid tracks for all the old school ravers!!
 

docta seuss

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i'm surprised by the lack of fingerlickin' artists mentioned. there's more worth checkin' out than just the plumps..

rather than asking for artists, it's easier to ask for labels, as most labels tend to stick to a specific subgenre and style... be it nu skool, old, funky, dark, 2 step, electro, big beat or whateva.

there's far too many good artists to mention, and it seems many of them have one or two killer releases, then seem to vanish.. although i s'pose the same goes for labels..

some of the bigger labels:

TCR
Fingerlickin
Botchit
Fat!
Mob
Freskanova(defunkt)
Marine Parade
10 Kilo
Bolshi
Functional
Distinctive
Whole9yards...

good gravy! nevermind, i was wrong. it's just as easy to ask for artists..heh
could go on listing for eons..
 
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NineFootGiant

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Originally posted by docta seuss
i'm surprised by the lack of fingerlickin' artists mentioned. there's more worth checkin' out than just the plumps..
Werd. Krafty Kuts and Soul of Man should definately make this list and I think Stereo 8 just may have earned themselves a spot as well with that Can't Stop jam.
 

docta seuss

TRIBE Member
Originally posted by NineFootGiant
Werd. Krafty Kuts and Soul of Man should definately make this list and I think Stereo 8 just may have earned themselves a spot as well with that Can't Stop jam.
werd indeed.
Stereo 8 perhaps may not be quite worthy of the list yet, but definitely headed in the right direction.
:)

although i wouldn't deem some of the others mentioned worthy of the list either.. don't know about some o' those "superstar" dj guys. it seems to me that the pattern goes something like this: the bigger you get, he more accepted by the masses you get, the more you slack off, the worse your music becomes..

not in all cases mind you..
 

Hispeeddub

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Originally posted by DSV
Another good breakstep-ish producer with old school 'ardcore vibes is Mark 'Ruff' Ryder on Strictly Underground Records. Wikkid tracks for all the old school ravers!!
Dooood this guy rox :eek: Thanks for the tip mate:) I think I have a new hero . Someone should bring this guy to TO for a Destiny party or something. I am sure he could convert the masses to the 2-step/Breaks sound. His MCees got mad flow too ... something im sure the Toronto crowd would apreciate.
 
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