Snares Man! ‎– Clearance Bin / Breakbeat Malaria

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History Of The Future ‎– HOT 007
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Vinyl, 7", Limited Edition
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Tracklist

A Clearance Bin 3:02
B Breakbeat Malaria 3:30

Notes

1st pressing: 300 copies, black vinyl.

The sleeve is made of recycled margarine cartons which were cut up, folded and spray-painted on the inverse side of the boxes.

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srcosmo

srcosmo

July 8, 2016
Aaron Funk can probably toss this stuff off in his sleep, but this is still a fun record. The first side starts out as a typical drum & bass workout before unexpectedly turning into some kind of mutant polka — maybe pulled from the discount bin, like the name suggests. Good for confusing unsuspecting listeners.

The second side is a catchy hunk of ragga jungle that builds up to a breakcore freakout. Recommended.
AntiCoreMan

AntiCoreMan

March 16, 2016
In principle, ragga-jungle was okay, the only reprimand is that polka was unnecessary.
fishead

fishead

August 16, 2003

2 tracks of mind fuck ragga core breakbeat polka tracks from the guy who seems to be the buzz of just about every genre related list I can think of. Immense crossover appeal as this one is selling to the hip hop crowd, the jungle crowd, the ragga crowd, the chin-stroking idm crowd etc... we like it here, but don't expect to hear good things about it in Kerrang. They still think Great White and Def Leppard are cutting edge and didn't see the humour in sampling ragga covers of Men At Work hits.
dsp23

dsp23

June 10, 2003
Today's top producer Aaron Funk aka Venetian Snares tries his hand at a Ragga/Jungle style, or rather, he adds these influences to his trademark maniacal Breakcore, with amazing results. You know you need this...