Champa B ‎– Modified Magic 003

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Modified Magic ‎– YMMM003
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Vinyl, 12", EP
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Tracklist

A1 Out Of Your Head
A2 Black Voodoo
AA1 The Pulse
AA2 Brainstormer

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Notes

The matrix number is "YMM 003" where it should be "YMMM 003".

Character artwork by Champa B

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Side 1): YMM 003 A1
  • Barcode (Side 2): YMM 003 B1

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mattycore23

mattycore23

December 30, 2016
one of my favourite 'new' old school jungle techno dark core style release so good i brought two
Phix75

Phix75

September 25, 2016

Amazing 12 As authentic as it could possibly be darkside that conjures up the best of 93 think basement meets Formation and some! Love every track on this 12 most defiantly should be in any hardcore/jungle lovers collection.. brilliant stuff!
pete.devnull

pete.devnull

August 12, 2016

Absolutely awesome record, effortless mash up of classic darkcore sounds without sounding like a pastiche in the slightest . buy on sight!!
Mr_Geese

Mr_Geese

June 8, 2016

Still available from the label, dunno why you'd wanna pay more, support the labels and artists when possible
MrNode

MrNode

January 30, 2016

Straight up dopeness from Champa. Keep it up! These are some sublime breaks :)
JVXP

JVXP

November 14, 2015
Straight up '93 style Darkcore Jungle Techno in 2015? Yep, that's what you get here.

Super dark, brooding and thriving tunes from Champa B, who did some excellent Jungle tunes on Greenbay Wax and Scientific Wax. If you expected the same kind of tunes, which i did, you'd be in for a surprise. The releases mentioned were already pretty dark, but still kind of funky. All tunes sound like something on Basement Records or a more sophisticated Tone Def release.

My personal favorite is "Black Voodoo" with its driving 4-to-the-floor kick, scattering amens and bleepy synth. Most people will love "Out Of My Head" with its classic pitched-up vocal sample, wobbly bassline, wheeling breakbeats and of course a rave breakdown. "The Pulse" comes in with a super-hectic amen, pitched breaks and dark vocal pads. "Brainstormer" has the same formula as "Black Voodoo", but tries to be a bit more "lighthearted", if that's possible for this kind of style. This one might sound like a lost Sound Corp tune.

Highly recommended and probably sought after in a few months.