Badboe Vs Prosper - Bombstrikes 16 / 12"

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Description of Badboe Vs Prosper Bombstrikes 16

Bombstrikes returns with the next instalment in the highly acclaimed Volume series. This time the party bombs are from two artists new to the label but who are no strangers to the Funky Breaks Scene BadboE and Prosper. The Dane and Frenchman have already established themselves as key players with a slew of floor rocking releases and DJ shows now they team up with the hottest label around and as you would expect the results do not disappoint!<br /><br />First up on the A side is the incredible Too Hot To Handle. With musicality in abundance, the fattest of basslines and swinging beats topped with sweet guitar licks and vocal hooks this has got classic written all over it. Over on the Flip is the Disco Funk Fuelled Rock the Beat with two mixes to choose from. The original showcases BadboE and Prospers studio talents to the full. Smooth production and sure fire use of the vocal, this will be a friend to Djs all over. Mooqee and Beatvandals show why they are so renowned and respected in the scene with their remix by going straight for the proverbial dancefloor jugular in classic Bombstrikes style tough beats, the big hook and guaranteed dancefloor mayhem This is a BIG 12!

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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.