Boingers

by Sir Real

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HAZMAT [K]raktroni[k] is such a massive label, pushing the limits of electro breaks like few others. ed2000 meets circuit breaker remix gets my vote on this one, totally in your face, but with layers of subtle rave flavours from Dominator hoovers to wubstep madness all with that crunchy electro drive.
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Sir Real's second solo release for [k]racktroni[k], and this time around he's bringing out the heavy artillery. 'Boingers' is slamming acid electro/breaks with a growling bass that'll take your head clean off from 200 paces.

8-Bit Apocalypse takes it all apart and puts it back together in trademark fashion, complete with warping bass and melodic highlights.

Berlin breaks heavyweights ED2000 & Circuit Breaker team up to turn the original into a lurching beast, complete with bass wobs & rave stabs.

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released May 2, 2013

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[k]racktroni[k] Birmingham, UK

[k]racktroni[k] was born in 2000, originally as an outlet for the wealth of electro talent to be found in the UK's second city, Birmingham (much of which was in turn born out of notorious & legendary techno club 'House of God'). However over the years it grew beyond that, and was proud to release music from artists such as Eon, Snog, Bass Kittens, Al ('Tourettes') Storey and many more... ... more

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