One of the biggest names in the scene, and co-owner of 2 Fresh Records,
Malice has a unique style that has become his trademark.
Rolling beats with intricate feels and super fast lyrics combine with
a warped bass line to keep this track tearing along. Oldskool stabs and
slick synths, build up to create a solid slab of liquid hardcore.
A2: Running Man – Blackboard Jungle
Unsocial Audio’s number one drum and bass producer, has been making big
waves in the Hardcore Breaks scene. Pounding breakbeats build,
whilst reggae lyrics and dubbed out piano’s create a soul soothing
ambience that carry this tune to the break. A truly dark bassline and
fierce amen combine on the drop, to make Blackboard Jungle a dance
AA1: Amnexiac – Go!
Spain’s number one Hardcore Breaks producers are on form for this white
knuckle ride. The main vocal is complimented by hard edged drum
programming and heavy synth leads that become even more intense in the
breakdown. Funky, rolling breaks and hefty sub bass, pull together with
the synth to create a very new sound on the drop.
AA2: Darkus V’s The Phantom – 4 Elements
Hardcore Projektz main man, and a pioneer in the scene, Darkus, teams
up with The Phantom. Tumbling beats kick the track off, with faint synths
and fx to make rolling intro. An oldskool rift on the breakdown, creates
a dark hands in the air moment, and rolls through the drop getting phater
on its way. The 4 elements vocals on the second drop separate the track
nicely, and introduce more of a reggae feel to the second half.