Mooqee vs Beatvandals - Back Up / 12"

12" |
date in:
18/12/2008

catalogue number:
BOMB013

genre: Funky Breaks
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Description of Mooqee vs Beatvandals Back Up

The original and best party rockin' label returns with yet more dancefloor dynamite. The 13th release in the now legendary Bombstrikes series, sees the labels originators Beatvandals and Mooqee team up once again, with red hot results. Having defined the labels sound, the two understand exactly what a Bombstrike release should do and this double A sided Ep is no exception. 'Back up' sucks you in via a building horns intro before blam, it hits you smack in the face with the funkiest of guitar riffs. Dropping with the fattest of analogue funk basses, tight beats and vocal hooks, you have another absolute dancefloor monster! On the flip 'Rock Y'all' shows a more soulful side with the same dancefloor focus. Through a warm production sound crossed with B-Boy elements and the catchiest of vocal hooks, this track is guaranteed to be huge!

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Label:Bombstrikes Records
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