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Fluid breaks are an electro breakbeat duo based out of Cheshire UK. I remember coming across them when i joined and thinking at the time these were high calibre producers and struggled to grasp the fact they are not signed to a UK specialist electronic label and perhaps they are on the verge of such virtue. I am a big fan of electronic music and the history of it. There are many who like to pour s
Wasn't familiar with Fluid Breaks at all before this review, so could approach it totally fresh. As I don't know the group at all I quickly checked out their other tracks first to get a handle on their sounds. Was quite surprised as this track is quite different from their normal sound which seems to be more beat related (though no less excellent). Apparently this track won the Media Source Compet
Fluid Breaks - Dirty Boy
Whoooooooo there!!! What is this PHAT, Heavyweight Breaks track – well worthy of spinning in any venue doing unsigned? Perfect bpm for Breakbeat in my opinion as DJ, and would mix in well with any of my classic Breakbeat selection.
First time I heard this track, it stopped and then I pressed play, and then it stopped again, and I pressed play
‘Elemental’ by Fluid Breaks - (Musical Science Grade 1)
The biography page of Fluid Breaks states “Never be the ordinary, always be different” and it’s pleasing to witness that this statement is once again confirmed by the release of their recent track ‘Elemental’ available for free download on their page at Mp3Unsigned.com.
Living up to the Breakbeat//Big Beat/Electro genr
Described as "sex on a bassline" and with a title like 'Dirty Boy', I wondered what on earth I was going to be in for! And I wasn't disappointed...for this is one sexy, dirty track. The bass and vocal sample that come in after the intro really set the tone for a great breakbeat track and I found it really hard to keep from pulling my headphones out as I was dancing round my compu
If your having a problem finding quality breakbeat tracks, i have found one. Fluid Breaks has really outdone themselves with dirty boy. This track has a filthy b-line and great synthage. Its very repititive, but i love repitive massive breaks. the sounds used for the little fill synths are right up my alley. I approached this rating using a 7 as an average radio quali
Here's a track by the dynamic duo... It's gonna be part of their Album, and that is a good thing if you ask me.
I've come across the two members of Fluid Breaks three times before, once together and then on their own separate tracks. Two well known names make up this electronica breakbeat outfit: Japan 4 and me ol' mucker (and world class pimp) Tacx. Or, if you want to be really matey, Tomo and Tomos, two very likely lads from the wilds of Cheshire. Together and separately I've rated these
Hey everybody. It’s good to be back listening to some new tunes at MP3Unsigned. My first taker for review was Fluid Breaks, and the song they asked me to take a stab at is “Dirty Boy”. Breakbeat music isn’t really something I delve into, but Tacx said go for it.
just what the doctor ordered, i was thinking abotu calling it a night
becuase i need rest! but i can't not leave this one till the morning,
its....quite frankly...dirty! there a really...dirty bassline...and
dirty vocals, dirty drums... damm it for the love of god the the track
needs a shower.
To start off a killer bassline, really gritty and turn your speakers
and wow its strong...(am
I'll be honest. When I clicked on the Tacx link, and saw under the song title, the words Breaks/Ambience/Elctronica I got very frightened. These are not genres I am particulalry familiar with you see, so I wondered what I was letting myself in for. But I wanted to give it a fair hearing and I'm glad I did because, lo and behold - it wasn't that scary. In fact it was pleasantly surprisin
Ouch, this track has some seriously nice qualities, and some i dont
particually like, ill start with the good points then move on to the
requested slating that tack's requested in the forums...although thats
going to be hard.
To begin with im not to sure about calling it breakbeat, but the beat
is certinaly somthing special, the drums have a sort of liquid sound to
them which sounds so nic
DawnBy TacxWell now, here we are, my third victim....erm...I mean review. Im going to review this track like the others, from a Dancefloor perspective as I think it's unfair of me to try and review from a Producers perspective as everyone I review is better than me!Right lets get started.....
Sorry I took so long getting this done. anyways here goesReally like the intro a solid builder. Good synth sounds nice beats not so keen on the scratch sample just after the intro, but it doesn’t lose me from the track. Quite a few change ups nice build back in to a kinda trance stab and then back to the scratch sample. Some quality synth work, beats are pretty cool also good use of effex . A good
This is my first review, didn’t think I would enjoy doing this, but to be fair it was rather pleasant, and seen, as im out spoken didn’t have much of a problem at all. other than the spelling and grammar lol hopefully this is going to be a fair review
As that is the type of person I am. I speak my mind and hopefully people respect me for this. anyways less me and more of ta
It's December so it must be time for the Annual Tacx review :) I jest, of course, but I noticed that the last review I gave this MP3 Unsigned artist was exactly this time last year and I know for a fact, this is a very prolific guy. Even then that review was a collaboration between Tacx and Japan 4 called Elapsed which was - to be blunt - ferkin lovely. I don't know why I don't g
Talented Electronica Artist:
Originality & Market Potential:
I have to give Tacx originality on "Glitched Life". Full of old school Analog synth sounds that Tacx has very creatively arranged. The pick up toward the end of the track with the drums, Nice. I am not that familiar with the Experimental Genre so I can't say if it has a high market potential, but I can say, It has
I first came across this artist last month when I reviewed his collaboration with Japan 4 called Elapsed and a damn fine track it was too. Electronica with muscles which in my book is definitely a good thing. More Aphex Twin than the modern forms of electronica, it was definitely a track that fell on my good side of electronica. Full of neat little aural tricks and swerves, Elaps
Hmmm…now this is interesting. At first listen I wasn’t even sure how to approach this piece. After five listens, I’m still not sure. I’m more of a melody kind of guy than rhythm for rhythm’s sake. Upon encountering the artists Tacx and Japan 4, and their creation known as “Brain Shards”, I thought I’d kill myself. Then I listened to it again and became fascinated. Tacx has woven a tapestry o
Well, I was extremely pleased Tom aka Tacx offered up this track for review as I have keeping an eye on this speedily escalating talent since he first appeared on mp3unsigned. I have to say he has leapt forwards like a veloceraptor onto a bacon sandwich with this latest effort. 'The Process of Construction' towers mightliy above 'The Breakthrough' in too many ways to mention.
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A collaboration of two MP3 Unsigned artists whom I've never heard before, but judging by this sample I want to be hearing a lot more of. Elapsed is that most rare, and hunted, beast; intelligent electronica - and it became a keeper for me about 3 seconds in when my brains were sucked right out of my ears. Some awesome sounds adorn this little beauty, much more raw electronica than maybe some peo
Looking at his page here on mp3unsigned we learn that Tom, aka Tacx, has had the musical upbringing I attempted but failed to get into, finishing a Diploma in Music Tech at college, and now preparing to launch himself into Uni. Modern music production tools were out of my financial grasp when I was at uni last decade but I had all the time in the world to spend doing it. Oh well, such is life!