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spider report

5.90€

Artist : Cylob 

Label : Breakin' Records 

spider report / 12"

Cylob is on a mission, not content with wreaking havock with his plastic beats and tweaked computer game noises for the Rephlex possee, the man was back for the 3rd time in just over a month, this time with a firin’ 12” for Breakin’ Records. “Spider Report” carries on in the same vein as the last couple of 12", squelchy acidic analog electro slapped up with a pinch of cheekiness and much Cylob flair. Cool 12" !

superamerica

9.29€

Artist : G.D. Luxxe 

Label : Breakin' Records 

superamerica / 12"

Second ep-single from the album "Submission" released in 1999 on the uk Breakin' Records label (led by Dmx Krew). Electronic pop with 80's influences, plus a more experimental unreleased track and an instrumental version of "Airforce One". Check !

submission

9.49€

Artist : G.D. Luxxe 

Label : Breakin' Records 

submission / LP

Cracking album from Gerhard Potuznik. Electronic pop tribute to New Order's real songs, though the vocals veer into Ian Curtis territory. Eclectic and pure at the sametime !

what's that bass ?

10.50€

Artist : Breakin' All Stars / DMX Krew 

Label : Breakin' Records 

what's that bass ? / 12"

Old piece of electro released in 1998 on the English label Breakin. Side A is a megamix featuring tons of tracks from the Breakin' back catalogue mixed by Ed DMX, and on the flip is a bonus DMX Krew track unvailable elsewhere. A piece of electro-funk revival !

drakskeppet

9.49€

Artist : Faceless Mind 

Label : Breakin' Records 

drakskeppet / 12"

Luke Eargoggle & Johan Inkinen (aka Faceless Mind) bring you stiff white funk from Gothenburg. This will be their 3rd release together following successes on Dutch labels Creme Organization and Strange Life. Try and imagine if vikings had analogue synths, or Ddopplereffekt were obsessed with norse mythology instead of particle physics... Nice Shot...

computor interface

9.49€

Artist : Computor Rockers 

Label : Breakin' Records 

computor interface / 12"

Ed Dmx brings back the computor rockers for a slice of proper old-school electro rap and also recalls breakin's first signing bass junkie for remix duties. this is one for the real electro heads and fans who pine for the early days of Breakin' Records. The master computor drops an X-Men style rap over the hardest electro beats, 3 different mixes plus a more Detroit-flavoured bonus track… "Computor Interface - usb 2.0", heavy new-school electro beats and stabs with a funky computor rap. "Computor Interface (Bass Junkie rmx)", Bass Junkie works his mpc magic in a hard but funky remix. "Computor Interface - rs232", seriously old-school version with clean 808 and linedrum beats. "The B-Boys", Hashim-meets-Detroit-style electro bass instrumental. Massive One !!!

future teknology

9.49€

Artist : Mandroid 

Label : Breakin' Records 

future teknology / 12"

This ep is an incredibly moody and beautiful piece of space age electronic music. Adrian Rataj takes electro to the next level with his lush many-layered arrangements, singing the praises of technological advance, but also sounding a warning. It contains 2 mixes of the track, with different vocal takes altering the mood. Really nice one !

tech-no-rock

9.29€

Artist : Computor Rockers 

Label : Breakin' Records 

tech-no-rock / 12"

This record is about as oldschool as you can get, analogue synth bass over crisp linndrum beats with a tight vocoder rap enticing you onto the dancefloor. Add some dirty handclaps and a few funky keybord licks and that about wraps it up for 5 minutes of funk, Computor Rock style. It's one for the oldschool b-boys and girls, lockers and poppers, in the tradition of classic vocoder jamms from Grandmaster Flash's "Scorpio" to Jonzun Crew's "Space Is The Place", with no concessions to the new jacks colonizing the electro scene these days. Catch it while you can ;-)

robots of funk ep

9.49€

Artist : Mandroid 

Label : Breakin' Records 

robots of funk ep / 12"

Classic Mandroid style spaced out strings over heavy Kraftwerk influenced bass and drums with the crisp vocoder vocals which are on of mandroid specialities. Perfect modern electro in an oldschool style by one of the best artist signed on the UK Breakin' imprint...

jimmy

9.49€

Artist : Mandroid 

Label : Breakin' Records 

jimmy's lazer beat / 12"

Bouncing 4 tracker from the Breakin' crew. Artist wants to remain nameless on the record, but rumor has it that it's the work of Mandroid…

quantised universe

8.19€

Artist : EDMX 

Label : Breakin' Records 

quantised universe / 12"

Breakin' boss Ed Dmx supplies 6 tracks of freaked-out modular synth madness mangled through the macintosh into some weird high-velocity electro-funk. Edmx is Ed's alias for the more hard and fast stuff, these tracks are experimental but with lots of sub-bass and high tempo beats with unusual grooves. Not to be missed !!!

computor shock

7.99€

Artist : Computor Rockers 

Label : Breakin' Records 

computor shock / 12"

Ed DMX revisits his Computor Rockers alias for some slamming electrobass and funked up 808 tracks. The title track is an absolute must-have for anyone with more than one Egyptian Lover record in their crate, jamming all the classic hallmarks from Tour De France samples to angry vocoder voices, boom-quaking 808 bass and whip-cracked snares. On the flip "How We Used To Rock" is allowed to get a little funkier at a slower tempo with electro-funked synthwork for the Herbie Hancock crew, and finishes on the Cosmic Force styles of "Distributed Processing". Roll out the lino!

bongard problems

8.90€

Artist : DMX Krew 

Label : Breakin' Records 

bongard problems / 12"

According to some legends DMX Krew actually invented electricity, while according to others he was the first person to imagine the word synthesizer. Either way, DMX Krew IS electro and he continues his adventures in silicon with the latest drop on his Breakin' records imprint. Title cut "Bongard Problems" strikes out first with an uptempo Dj Stingray styled rocker, while the excellent "Motion Studies" revisits the electro-funk style that he probably invented back in the 80's. B-side tracks "Pixel Wrap" and "Excalibur" take cues from AFX and Drexciya to make an authentically synthetic sound for people who do the robot and dance like it's 25 years ago. Nice Record ;)

let

9.29€

Artist : Michiko Kusaki 

Label : Breakin' Records 

let's rock baby / 12"

Breakin' vinyl-only release of remixes from Angelika Koehlermann's album. The original is a gentle lullaby, whilst the DMX Krew mixes are tuff Dopplereffekt-style electro and the GD Luxxe version of "Rock Your Body" is a freaky vocoder workout. Don't forget this eclectic one !

airforce one

7.99€

Artist : G.D. Luxxe 

Label : Breakin' Records 

airforce one / 12"

Debut Breakin' release from Gerhard Potuznik. New Order influenced electro-pop from Vienna (Austria), with 2 remixes from DMX Krew on the B-Side. Classic !

the return of the Computor Rockers

14.79€

Artist : Computor Rockers 

Label : Breakin' Records 

the return of the Computor Rockers / 12"

Second Computor Rockers ep. Two boomin' electro trax, one with a dope vocoder rap, plus some video game sounds and an x-rated ghetto-tech number on the flip. Great 12" !!!

mpc trax volume 10

8.49€

Artist : EDMX & Disco D 

Label : Breakin' Records 

mpc trax volume 10 / 12"

Detroit ghetto-tech legend Dj Disco D (Detroit Ghetto label) teams up with Mr EDMX for a lesson in how the "MPC Trax" had been intended to be played..with an insane onslaught of scratching, cutting and even plain old beat-mixing ! "Don’t Stop" is a slightly less frenetically paced electro track with a Detroit-style bassline & some oldschool synths & strings underpinning a selection of scratches & sound effects, with a devastating breakdown at half-time. "Mo Money", meanwhile, is a proper Miami bass crowd-pleaser combining hyped-up beats with a call & response vocal over some funky lead and bass synth sounds. Check !

that was harder than I expected

8.49€

Artist : DMX Krew 

Label : Breakin' Records 

that was harder than I expected / 12"

Fine 4-tracker from the uncompromising DMX Krew aka Ed DMX for his home-brewed Breakin' imprint. Highlights are easily the lead cut "That Was Harder Than I Expected" with its curiously dissonant melodies, which kinda sounds like 2 Bochum Welt tracks playing at once, and equally the pastoral arcade glow of "Space Invaders Meets Darth Vader" with its zonked, zappy synth pads and padded bass pulses. Ed DMX reminds us all he's still number one when it comes to beautiful, esoteric electronic music. Still aimed squarely at the dancefloor, Ed provides us with a really strong and, as always, diverse package with something for everyone ;)

hardedged industry

5.99€

Artist : K-Rock 

Label : Breakin' Records 

hardedged industry / 12"

Picking up where 1999's 'September Eighteen' left off, the 2nd release from K-Rock (2001) is here featuring 2 deep'n'dark new tracks produced by Kelly Barnett & DMX Krew's Ed DMX, and 2 spiky remixes by Detroit's Adult. Quality electro!

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