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Hyp 248: Breakplus

Hyp 248: Breakplus

As Mr Beatnick we’ve definitely learned a thing or two from the multi talented Londoner Nick Wilson. Whether as DJ, producer, radio host, journalist or crate-digger, Wilson operates with an extremely dedicated level of knowledge and expertise. One of the UK’s true musical diamonds in the rough, and one of a few Hip-Hop producers to make a successful transition to House and Techno with ease, bringing along all that signature swing, shuffle and vinyl crackle along for the ride. Anyway, you know all about this guy by now.

As of November 6th ‘label boss’ is the latest string to be added to his illustrious bow with the launch of Mythstery Records. The debut release ‘Instant Bull’ comes from Genevan producer Breakplus. A good friend of Wilson’s and occasional collaborator, the pair recorded a beats 12″ under the name Thieves Of Time back in 2005. The mini-album ‘Instant Bull’ is a celebration of all things Anatolian Rock, described as a “hazy ride balancing mellow grooves for home listening with a trio of left-side club cuts – from heady psych rock to Turkish disco”. This appears to be the first fully fledged release from Breakplus, who has previously appeared on a number of compilations, but on the merit of this record we look forward to hearing much more.

Hyp 248 is one for the crate-diggers: brimming with obscure samples, rare grooves and undiscovered favourites…

Hyp 248: Breakplus by Hyponik on Mixcloud

Track list:
1. Super Nova – Steve March
2. Accade A Bali – Arawak
3. Handle With Care – Trevor Bastow
4. Computer Programmer – Sam Sklair & Gus Galbraith
5. Safari Park – Roger Roger
6. Fantasmagories – Yanco Nilovic
7. Phasing March – Michel Gonet
8. Ringasd El Magad – Balazs Péter
9. The Slogan Is Love – Bergendy
10. You will Want Me – Niemen
11. Soyle Beni – Grazia
12. Discotheque And Democracy Reprise – Dov Seltzer
13. Bez Metalu – The Lodz Orchestra
14. Scorpio – Lalo Schifrin
15. Pacific – Zodiac
16. Theme Music (Sad) – Kalyanji Anandji
17. Pyar Zindagi Hai – Kalyanji Anandji
18. Medley – C.K. Mann & His Carousel 7
19. Electro Theme No. 7 – Cecil Leuter