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Dirty Underground Breaks label based in Exeter / Devon UK
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Launched in 2004 BASSROCK RECORDS pioneered the crossover between Hardcore Breaks & Nuskool Breaks by releasing the anthem SHOULDERROLLER by D'State, Darkus & Tension in all it's 150bpm glory with the almighty AUTOBOTS remixing the flipside for the Breaks crowd, and instant classic with support all across the board.The labels ethos was simple, oldskool /jungle vibed tracks with nuskool thinking and this is exactly what kept them as a staple in record boxes and CD wallets around the world! Attracting some of the scenes biggest artists BASSROCK RECORDS began to steamroller ahead with constant DJ / Radio / press support / club nights week in and out and even a nomination for BEST NEW LABEL at the 2005 BREAKSPOLL AWARDS ,artists like Backdraft, Bill Vega & New Decade, Control Z , Transformer man, Vinyl Junkie & Dope all featured in the early years and even Spanish newcomers Amnexiac jumped aboard! Gaining weekly radio play on Tayos "Dread at the Controls" radio show on KISSFM it was inevitable that he would eventually feature on the label in the future with Sonz of Mecha (King YOof) Tayo then moved onto Radio one and exposed the BASSROCK sound to 1000's of more listeners cementing it's status within the scene. Baobinga , 30HZ, Screwface, D-Ranged , Jinx In Dub all featured in the forthcoming years and a collab with label boss Paul Bassrock & Anti-Science found its way onto the REACT compilation WORLDS HEAVIEST series! Still evolving BASSROCK embraced the new Dubstep sound emerging and featured it in future releases but still held its roots in the Jungle vibe. Always innovating and moving with the times it now seems this label was ahead of them as a new sound emerges 140 future jungle ...... as if they knew it would all along