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BWP001 - Axcess - Devil Rise (Parallax Breakz Remix) - Out Now

Break Wind Productions on May 10, 2012 12:58


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Break Wind Productions BWP001

Axcess - Devil Rise (Parallax Breakz Remix)

14 years ago four music heads put their musical backgrounds into one cauldron to see what ideas would emerge once stirred up, this formed the band "Axcess".
Axcess produced an album combining live vocals, guitars and drums with electronic synths.
This album has been collecting digi dust for the last 12 years until now, finally it will see the light of day thanks to some of the most incredible producers to step foot on earths soil.
Break Wind Productions presents Axcess remixed with the first release from the almighty Ukrainian musical maestro Parallax Breakz.
He gives us a twisted bass journey into Hip Hop and Drum and Bass that would bring Satan to the surface for a listen.

Cover Art by : Alonso Martinez Monteiro

Feedback :
Big Nick D (Big Square Records) : What a lovely cheeky half timer this is. I'm liking the heavy Future Funk Squad stylee vibes on this one. Good use of real instruments, some real beefy bass in there too. I do think tho that more could have been done with the vocal FX wise, maybe coulda been a bit lower in the mix but overall this is a minor gripe. If I had a radio show I'd play this on it & I will be playing this on my pod, but as for playing out in a club, sadly it won't fit my stylee. Overall tho: lovely.
Lee (Dusted Breaks) : Not something i'd play but a good tune to listen to. Excellent name for a label though! :)
Mark Allsworth (Digital Sensation UK) : wow big fan of PB with all the styles he dabbles in but without a doubt this is the best thing I've heard from him loving the beats, funky guitar links and he's really made the bass and vocals work well together. Really look forward to future output from the label!
Rob Ceos : top remix work!
Pale Penguin (VIM Breaks) : Killer quality stuff by PARALLAX.....will support!
Lex (Ben n Lex) : BIG!! Proper soundtrack stuff...diggin it
John Greif (Definition Breaks) : like the main bulk of the track, got a good heavy rumble and flow to it. Dont think i can work this into my usual sets unfortunately. Would work well with a more uptempo dark breaks or 140 jungle stylee remix ...
Danny Reject (Reject Beats) : Excellent! Gets better the more you play it. The bass is huge, the beats are nice and tight, and the vocal is great. Chocked full of originality and win :)
Phil Buckland (Thump) : Has a low-down funkswagger to it that is pretty braptacular. Nice!
Andy Faze : Awesome work from Alex! Very very cool :)
Llupa : very cool track - so good to hear something a little different.. full support here big ups to the new label too, look forward to seeing to grow! Tom
Home Alone (In Bloom) : amazing first release good luck with the new label :)
Lazy Boy (NSB) : crazy transition tune, wikid sounds. I'm afraid the bpm may be too fast and too slow for me to squeeze it in (around 135-140 where I usually roll) though on nights out in the right situation this tune is gonna be the tits.
kark Sav : Getting into my glitch hop big time and this is a great release to compliment my sets at the moment - great work from Parallax Breakz.
Youthful Implants : Massive remix. Love the sounds and its got a solid groove. Reminds me of BT. Full support.

Released by: Break Wind Productions
Release/catalogue number: BWP001
Release date: Jun 29, 2012
ISRC: GB-KQU-12-90535


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