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B2b 2 Year Anniversary
There are more than one artist that go by the name of Break.
1.) Acquiring a love for the breakbeat through jazz and funk records, Break took to the drums at a young age, learning piano along the way and taking to the turntables at the age of fourteen.
A talented musician with a wide range of influences, Break looks to push the barriers in whatever he’s doing. Crisp breaks, heavy bass and strong melody are stable marks of his productions making him a firm favourite with a variety of the scenes top DJs.
Break hooked up with the DNAudio crew back in 2001 after meeting Squire through mutual friends. Since then he has played an important role in the label’s expansion, working closely with Silent Witness in de...
Prolix will be a familiar name to most hardened Drum and Bass heads, with a back catalogue that has seen releases on some of the most prolific and respected labels in the industry such as Playaz Recordings, Metalheadz, Commercial Suicide, Ganja Tek, Project 51 and Virus to name but a few. His unique style of production has achieved international recognition filling Prolix with the courage he needed to establish his own imprint in 2011, the mighty Trendkill Records.
As his reputation grew at an unprecedented level, Prolix soon found himself collaborating with an array of artists from across the genre such as American super producer Gridlok, Klute and Noisia, as well as remixing the likes of Ed Rush and Optical and Chase and S...
Max Peezay, or Max Perkele (Tom Piha) from Fjärde Världen grime solo project. Has released three albums and is seen as the grime king of Sweden.
OAVSETT – 2005 singel
KVASIFILOSOF – 2005 singel
DISCOKOMMITTÉN – 2006 album
EMERGENCY – 2006 singel
BOVEN I DRAMAT – 2009 album
BOVEN I DRAMAT – 2009 singel
#1 feat Ears – 2009 singel
F.A.S 3 – 2012 singel
TELEFONKLOTTER – 2012 singel
F.A.S 3 - 2012 album
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