After a 3 year hibernation, Ed DMX returns with a brand new release on his own Breakin' Records label. To kick off he pulls out 5 awesome tracks from the DMX Krew vaults in a variety of styles, stretching the boundaries of electronic music in new directions:
'Snow Cub' - playful warm upbeat melodic electronics, chopped up break beats meet analogue synths galore.
'The Storm King' - moody brooding electro dub, kind of Bruce Haack meets acid house in a thunderstorm.
'Funk Cube' - square analogue fun(k) for the electro dancefloor. if Drexciya had written the theme for "Tomorrow's World"…
'Emerging Technology Remix' - souped up remix of a standout track from DMX Krew's first Rephlex release back in 1996. A funky break, techno synths and wildstyle edits.
'Blimp Beats Remix' - chopped up crazy re-edit of the rude quirky electro stomper originally featured on BRK31.
I grabbed this one a little while ago now, not realizing it was even new(ish). If your Electro tastes were formed or are influenced by the Detroit aesthetic then this EP is something you'll dig for sure. The Emerging Technology Remix alone makes this EP worth grabbing.
Emerging Technology played on Bleep Radio 84
Distributed by: Veto UK
Other Breakin' Records on Fu in the Murky:
DMX Krew "Breakin 50" Breakin Records 50
Computer Rockers "Computer Interface" Breakin Records 49