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    Orange KushOrange Kush EP

    Label:Botchit & Scarper – BOS2014
    Format:
    Vinyl, 12", EP
    Country:UK
    Released:
    Genre:Electronic
    Style:Breaks

    Tracklist

    A1Tremelo5:07
    A2Neon Sparks5:05
    B1Trigger Happy5:12
    B2Floating4:47
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    Released in Botchit & Scarper generic die-cut jacket.

    Barcode and Other Identifiers

    • Barcode (Printed): 5 034989 001463
    • Barcode (Scanned): 5034989001463

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    Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
    Orange Kush EP (12", EP, White Label, Promo)Botchit & ScarperBOS2014UK1997

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    phuriphonics's profile picture
    phuriphonics
    Floating was a track that I first heard Freq Nasty play out many, many moons ago. I love how roomy and light it is, like the soundtrack for a 70s sci-fi film or series, weirdly retro sounding, a beautiful track.
    Nowadays though I'm spinning a lot of 2000 era UK Garage, early Grime and Breaks therefore Tremelo is the one for me because that bass comes in like a fucking tsunami - devastating. Nice top end shuffle with those shakers and closed hats too.
    F3rdy's profile picture
    F3rdy
    "Tremolo" is a bass bin tester up there with "LFO (Leeds Warehouse Mix)". Try it on a good sound system, the crowd will be amazed.
    JonnieDarko's profile picture
    JonnieDarko
    I first heard this 12" on Solid Steel back in '98 & it blew my head off!

    The track I heard was Neon Sparks mixed in with SL2 'DJ's Take Control',,Super!

    The E.P. has an 80's electro feel about it, esp. 'Floating', a homage to this genre(I feel).
    This mixes well with Planet Rock by the way.

    But Neon Sparks is the track to have this E.P for alone! Part of that nu-skool breaks scene that blasted it's way forward in '98 with the likes of TCR recordings, still going strong!

    This was a great label for this scene & I was certainly watching with great fervour at the time too!