Backdraft - We Know Where You Live! (CLIPS) 15 tracks, 30.06 Botchit & Scarper on August 13, 2013 09:37
- 1. Peppapot feat Fox 2.00 611 plays
- 2. Be Again feat Julie Gordon 2.00 616 plays
- 3. Love Without Limit feat Elisabeth Troy 2.00 301 plays
- 4. Pon a Knife Edge feat Fox 2.00 252 plays
- 5. Skreamin out Loud feat Ebere 2.00 219 plays
- 6. System feat Tumpz & Fox (backing vox by Julie E Gordon) 2.00 174 plays
- 7. I Wanna Rock feat Solja & Lima Lean 2.00 176 plays
- 8. Wanna Do feat SportyO 2.00 164 plays
- 9. 9th Floor feat Ebere 2.00 144 plays
- 10. You Don't Know Me feat KT Forrester 2.00 174 plays
- 11. We Know Where You Live feat Solja & Dreados 2.00 145 plays
- 12. One in War feat Veba 2.00 161 plays
- 13. Mars feat Ebere 2.00 147 plays
- 14. Legs feat Tracey Elizabeth 2.00 168 plays
- 15. Cats & Dogs Feat Fox 2.01 204 plays
- 1. Skreamin Out Loud ft Ebere 2.00 1210 plays
- 2. Pon A knife Edge ft Fox 2.00 893 plays
- 3. Skreamin Out Loud ft Ebere (D-Region & Code Remix) 2.00 650 plays
- 4. Pon A knife Edge ft Fox – Warrior 1 Remix 2.00 850 plays
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Over the past 15 years the internationally renowned Botchit and Scarper label has amassed an impressive roster of artists and an astounding back catalogue of releases that has ensured it has remained at the forefront of electronic music and continued to prosper through the unrelenting evolution of the music industry.
Established in 1995 by business partners Vini Medley and Martin Love, the founders of pioneering Jungle record label SOUR, Botchit has gone from strength to strength thanks to its forward thinking and progressive music policy and its unique emphasis on artist development and loyalty.
Releasing over 70 singles and 30 LPs, Botchit has played a key role in helping to break acclaimed artists like Atomic Hooligan, Aquasky, FreQ Nasty and Deekline & Wizzard as well as continuing to support artists like T Power and B.L.I.M. (who had previously been housed on the SOUR and Emotif record labels) as they started to explore new territory. In more recent times, the label has been helping to push more new talent with releases from exciting prospects like Flore and Son Of Kick.
Unwilling to be restricted by genre or scene and never afraid to step out of the box and challenge people, the label has had a number of ground-breaking releases ranging from FreQ Nasty’s ‘Boomin Back Atcha’ featuring Pheobe One to Eddy Temple Morris’ ‘Dance Rocks’ and Atomic Hooligan's ‘Sex, Drugs and Blah Blah Blah’.