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Various - Koma & Bones Present: Y4K - Next Level Breaks EP3 FLAC album

Performer: Various
Genre: Electronic
Title: Koma & Bones Present: Y4K - Next Level Breaks EP3
Country: UK
Released: 2001
Style: Breaks
FLAC version ZIP size: 1765 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 1458 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1380 mb
Rating: 4.5
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Complete your Koma & Bones collection. They called it "Next Level Breaks", so why the hell did they not include the song "6 Space (The Next Level)" by ILS for at least an intro or something? Reply See 1 reply Notify me Helpful. This is an interesting and innovative mix, definitely leaning towards the experimental side of breaks. I get the impression this was originally intended to be a double cd and Distinct'ive went budget on us at the last minute.

In the second of Distinctive's Y4K influential breaks series, the Lancaster trio Koma & Bones focuses on the sinister and acutely danceable side of the breakbeat scene, from the garage spackle of Electroid's "Fire" remix to the unwound spring of 2Sinners' "Mr. Jingles" to the ketamine uplift of PMT's re-appropriation of Way Out West's "Intensify.

2003 Shutterspeed (320 kbps). 11. Koma + Bones - Basic Emotion Feat. 02. Koma + Bones - Donkey Spanner. 01. Koma + Bones - Take Me Back. 07. Koma + Bones - Slalom. 04. Koma + Bones - Bootabang. 03. Koma + Bones - Questo E Sporco. Drop Culture - Come Alive (Skull Valley Dub). Various - Koma & Bones present Y4K. Next Level Breaks.

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A Hybrid Burnin' (Breakbeat)
B1 Commie & Christian J Tupelo
Featuring – Barnaby Wallace
B2 Way Out West Intensify (PMT Remix)
Remix – PMT


Compiled by Koma & Bones.
Track B1: vocals, lyrics and harmonica by Barnaby Wallace.

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
Y4K002EP3 Various Koma & Bones Present: Y4K - Next Level Breaks EP3 ‎(12", W/Lbl, sti) Distinct'ive Breaks Y4K002EP3 UK 2001

I bought this 12" originally for the breakbeat mix of Hybrid's "Burnin'" (which I don't believe is available in its entirety on anything else). However, I was also delighted to discover the previously unknown track "Tupelo", a dark, grinding tech-break experience that will freak out any dance floor with its reverbed preaching and sinister, writhing bassline. (And the Way Out West remix seals the deal.)