Friday, July 17, 2015

out now! BLR024 - "Body Movin" (Breaks Remixes)

Get it exclusively at Beatport!

1. Adrenalinez Remix
2. Justin's Faultline Breaks Remix
Barely Legal records returns for their unrelenting assault on 2015. After the Adrenanlinez EP ‘The Lost City’ smashed the dance clubs in DJ sets by the likes of Lady Waks & 12th Planet, and got featured on the EDM Network, the label fires right back with an EP from label guru Justin Johnson.
His original version, released on Cable Recordings in 2012, is a bouncing, Tech House number. Bringing it bang up to date is Adrenalinez with a bass heavy breakbeat remix, entwining both a classic breaks feel, with a modern infusion of alternating basslines. Continuing the heavy breaks vibes, Justin himself delivers his Faultline breaks remix that combines the original robotic vocal, with an infectious weighty bassline and a hard hitting, old skool drum sequence.
Mastered by Don C. at Phuture Trax

Initial DJ Support:
Zeds Dead: 8/10
Wavewhore: Def feeling the Faultline Breaks Remix¦ nice tech-breaks/4x4 - great groove!!
Lazy Cody (NSB Radio): Faultline mix is dope! Nice groove and sounds really good, well done.
Dave Calculator: Adrenalinez remix is soo funky! Love it!!!
Mike Swaine (Bass and Breaks radio): cool. 8/10
Billy Daniel Bunter ( Will play the Justin Johnson mix on the radio
D-Funk: Feeling the garagey baseline on the Adrenalinez remix!
David (Headridge Get On It - Chichester, UK): good breaks sound  9/10
DJ Oscar (Detuned): body movin is great.
DJ Rasco: (Adrenalinez Remix) is the best for me, massive support ;)
Galvartron: nice bit of tuna!
Jack Nash: Thats some funky business when it drops, great tune.
Mat The Alien: 9/10 thanks
Muffler: 10/10 large
Phantasy: nice 8/10
Tom Hyppnen: nice 9/10

Press, Blogs, Podcasts: This is a great release! Fav has to go to Adrenalinez Solid Release (Sid): Top bit of Breakbeat from both remixes! (Josh Jacobs): We have a showdown of two remixes: first is Adrenalinez, who makes it spacey and glitchy. Love
this one. Justin's remix of his own track is much grimier, almost into a dubstep feel. Both great, but we had to go with the first. Give them a listen!

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