Mooqee vs Beatvandals - Bombstrikes 14 / 12"

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Description of Mooqee vs Beatvandals Bombstrikes 14

Back for their first release of 2009, Bombstrikes once again hit all the right spots with a consistency the label has become famous for. The 14th release is delivered by label owners and leaders of the Funky Breaks scene; Beatvandals & Mooqee. Fresh from their successful collaboration last time out, these two serve up the kind of dancefloor gold you would expect. 'Player' is an out and out guaranteed ass shaker! Combining Disco hooks with a sweet bass and snapping beats it has left a trail of devastation each time it gets an airing. Over on the AA side 'Shooting' is a red hot slice of hip hop beats' showcasing another side of the Bombstrikes sound whilst keeping hold of the labels dancefloor credentials. With a relentless bass heavy groove and vocal hooks it looks set to be another monster! Two tracks that will without a doubt have this EP sitting front of many DJs boxes for some time to come.

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Artist:Nick Thayer
Title:Rhythm Method EP
Label:Bombstrikes Records
Following hot on the heels of the outstanding Pimpsoul ep, Bombstrikes once again maintain their scene leading formula. This time out it's the turn of Nick Thayer to deliver the dancefloor goodies. In a style very much his own, Nick raises the bar even higher with this incredibly strong three-track ep.

There is no messing about on this EP "Do You Want more" on the A side hits hard. With vocal hooks and guitars kicking the track off in fine style before the almighty lead synth hits with guaranteed head nodding approval. For our money this is an absolute monster. Over on the flip, first up is "Rhythm Method" which brings Nick's trademark swing and movement to the proceedings. Vocals play perfectly with the synth and horn riffs to ensure plenty of dancefloor ass shaking will follow. Rounding things off nicely is the bass heavy groover "Ladies Love Cool Jams" which is so devastatingly executed it is bound to hit the right spots.