DJ/RUPTURE - REDUX (12" - USED m-/m-)

"In celebrating Broklyn Beats' 5-Year Anniversary, we have launched a 12" series of reissues from our nascent stages combined with remixes and new material. Thus "Redux." Who better to start this off right than Jace Clayton, a.k.a. DJ /Rupture?! Jace Clayton began DJing and production in Boston in the late-Nineties. While living in New York en route to his residency in Spain, he teamed up with Broklyn for the "Si A Plomo Vives" remix featuring Puerto Rican MC Welmo and the best-selling "Rude Descending a Staircase" (sic) 7", both released in 2000. We present all three on "Redux", remastered and available on 12" for the first time. We were also blessed with a new DJ/Rupture track, "Sickle Cell". Here, Jace lays down a scorching thick beat akin to his work as Nettle. The live cello playing by Jenny Jones gives the track a heavy edge perfect for Djing. To finish the whole package off, we have a remix of "Descarriada" by Rotator of Rennes, France. Rotator a.k.a. Frank Tavakoli, runs Peace Off Records, a powerhouse of European breakcore." (label info)
in stock | US| 2005| m-/m-| BROKLYN BEATS | 7.90

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