- 1. HEAVYWEIGHT CARRY-ON || a 45 mix by Skratch Bastid, Marc Hype & DJ Expo by Skratch Bastid 1.06.50 13551 plays
- 2. Live @ 4 Years Mashup Funk Prague by marchype 56.00 2172 plays
- 3. Marc Hype - "Dyn-O-Mite" - Sneaker Freaker Exclusive 2013 by marchype 58.40 4496 plays
- 4. Evolution 7 - NYC 2012 by marchype 31.37 5574 plays
- 5. Live from The Shelter Shanghai by marchype 55.31 3134 plays
- 6. Marc Hype - Same Same But Different by marchype 45.23 7594 plays
- 7. Marc Hype & Dejoe - Versions by marchype 57.15 9079 plays
- 8. Ramp FM "The Funk Sessions" Guestmix by marchype 55.39 2978 plays
- 9. Marc Hype & Jim Dunloop - Opus Daily by marchype 54.13 2895 plays
- 10. Marc Hype & Jim Dunloop - It's a Spring Affair by marchype 57.35 2780 plays
- 11. Marc Hype - The World's Greatest Christmas Mixtape by marchype 1.02.54 5790 plays
- 12. Marc Hype - The World's 2nd Greatest Christmas Mixtape by marchype 52.30 4826 plays
- 13. Marc Hype - The World's 3rd Greatest Christmas Mixtape by marchype 46.03 6207 plays
- 14. Hype & Dunloop - SUPERVISION2 by marchype 32.48 1219 plays
- 15. Funkvergnügen by marchype 1.00.28 1154 plays
- 16. Funkvergnügen 2 by marchype 1.09.48 1194 plays
- 1. Indian Spiderman (Hype & Dunloop Remix) by marchype 4.17 3713 plays 110.0 BPM
- 2. Al Naafiysh (The Soul) / Bandulero 8bit Soul Refix by marchype 4.04 5553 plays 122.0 BPM
- 3. All Good Funk Alliance - Weakness Of The Trade (Marc Hype & Jim Dunloop RMX) by marchype 3.47 3868 plays 110.0 BPM
- 4. Kid Gusto - Mini Joop (Marc Hype & Jim Dunloop Remix) by marchype 4.04 2248 plays 120.0 BPM
- 5. The Antique Anthem by marchype 5.18 6946 plays 112.0 BPM
- 6. 4. TIPPA IRIE - FREE (Jim Dunloop & Marc Hype RMX) by Walch Music Production 3.49 372 plays
Marc Hype began his DJ career, inspired by the late great Jam Master Jay, in 1988 and went through the several decades of hip hop with countless releases, tours and competitions like the ITF championships, which he won twice in 98 & 99. During this time he collaborated and recorded with artists like the Juice Crew legend Masta Ace, Souls Of Mischief, DJ Z-Trip, Killa Kela & Mr. Lif. Over the years his record collection and his musical mind expanded and led him to all kinds of funky music. His selection on the decks as on production is freestyle, always with a unique groove, no matter the genre.
Jim Dunloop began to train as a classical piano player at the age of four. At his minor age he was analyzing the compositions of Gershwin and Bruback, leading to a keen interest in jazz music. He quickly developed his knowledge of the creative works of many great jazz/funk pianists such as Herbie Hancock , Bob James , Chick Corea and Adam Makiewicz.
In the year 2004 they both met in Berlin for the first time and quickly began to collaborate on shows and production. Their first vinyl releases on the infamous Milk Crate label, "The Antique Anthem", "Bombay Raw" & "Finale 74", were very successful in the worldwide dj-circuit, followed by a cover version of Babe Ruth's "The Mexican" in 2006, which was dubbed by UK's Jazzman Gerald as "the" version to have. On the remix tip they build a strong reputation with works for artists like All Good Funk Alliance, Deela or Kid Gusto.Their past tour schedule proved their ability to rock internationaly with stops allover europe as in NYC, Japan, Hong Kong, Russia, United Arabian Emirates, Israel & Australia.
The live performance of Marc Hype & Jim Dunloop is best defined as a mix of DJing, Turntablism and the highest of piano art. Together they gain 50 years of musical experience!
"Stamp Out Reality" is the musical manifest of Marc Hype & Jim Dunloop. A diverse mix of different styles which reflects their unique live concept. On the one hand you have classic hip hop joints like "Predominant" ft. the magnificent Mr. Lif or "Oh Really" ft. Queen's own Mr. Complex, on the other you might listening to Miami's Old School Funk legend Blowfly on "The Pussy Song", cuban diva Malena Perez from NYC on the latin influenced "Rare Occasion, heavy break stompers like "Wah Wah Wah"" or a funk cover version of the 80s electro classic "Al Naafiysh (The Soul)". The concept of the album is to display the diversity of the two maestros, coming from different backrounds, met inside the hip hop culture and travelleling through the paths of 21st century funk.