Phuture Assassins

Phuture Assassins

Real Name:
Austin Reynolds
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Long running act made famous for their ragga tinged hardcore releases on seminal UK breakbeat label Suburban Base. Originally started off as a collaboration between Dave Jay (as Dave B) and Reesh for the very first release on Boogie Times, the name was then passed on to Austin Reynolds who collaborated with Krome & Time for the remaining Suburban Base releases. After the hardcore boom was over, the Phuture Assassins faded into obscurity until it was reborn once again in the new millenium with just Austin himself, doing new productions in an oldskool hardcore influenced breaks style for the Warehouse Wax label. The most recent releases have seen a minor name change to "Phuture Assassin".
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zebulon

zebulon

March 4, 2003
Check out 'Future Sound (Original Sound Business Mix)' for a perfect example of what the early rave scene was all about: sliding breakbeats, heavy dub basslines and clanking reggae guitar chords merge with an anthemic acidic tune to produce a truly uplifting piece of breakbeat hardcore. Most ravers will probably be more familiar with the 2 Bad Mice Remix (featuring the memorable 'Tommy don' go downtown' ragga chant) but the original arrangement does serious damage. A great piece of music.

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