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- 9 Tracks, 4.02.12
More tracks by Zenit Incompatible
01 Till The Roof Come Off
02 Till The Roof Come Off (Trashtray remix)
04 Keep my light
Breakbeat Paradise Recordings is back with another huge ghettofunk EP from the talented producer Zenit Incompatible.
BBP has been having Zenit on the radar ever since his early releases on the Booty Pirates
label in 2010, and are now happy to have him on board with the bangin’ 4-tracker Ruffneck EP.
Zenit Incompatible is one of finest Hungarian beatsmiths and mashup artists, who’s also an active DJ, radioshow host, blogger and journalist for the Hungarian Playboy Magazine.
Production wise Zenit has strong roots in the oldskool classics from the 60s and 70s and he’s developed a great musical ear that helps him capture the magical essens of whatever he samples and turns it into party rocking jams!
On the Ruffnect EP, Zenit takes us though 4 unique jams that are all filled with catchy melodies, street feel and bangin’ ghetto funk beats and bass.
On the remix side he’s teamed up with Dj Trashtray from the Toastbusters crew, who’s bringin’ some big basslines and funky beats.
01. Zenit Incompatible kicks off the EP with a rework of the classic Stevie Wonder jam made famous on Coolio’s Gangster Paradise. Zenit slams on a fresh vocal and some big ghettofunk beats and basslines.
02. Till The Roof Comes Off shows the melodic side of Zenit Incompatible’s productions as he show us how to let a progressive ghetto bassline run hand in hand with a beautiful melody. The catchy vocals and silky smooth grooves have summer written all over it.
03. Dj Trashtray from Austria takes on the challenge of remixing Till The Roof Comes Off by maintaining the melody and bringin’ it straight to the clubs with some big dubstep basslines. Dancefloor rocking guarantee on this one!
04. Zenit takes a more upbeat and funky approach on the final jam on the EP as he samples a classic
soul jam on the Keep My Light track. Solid beats, pumpin ghetto basslines and a soulful vocal is
all it takes for Zenit Incompatible to make sure we end this EP with a smile on our faces.
Zenit Incompatible has big new things in the making so hold tight, cuz there is much more funky material
to come from this guy soon…
Cover by Balint Egyed (Vj Shadowhand) from http://voovstudio.com/
Release/catalogue number: BBP-075