Harlem Breakdown is a wall of fierce funk & the opening track of The Young Punx 3rd album. It sees the much lauded dance collective at their most innovative and exciting. Mashing up genres and tearing up the production rule book – raw virtuoso horn funk and jazz fusion of 1970s New York, has been laid down using vintage recording techniques; repurposed, remixed and electronically charged with a bumping house groove like Daft Punk on steroids. 120BPM of serious slam.
When the Velcro office first heard this, our lives changed. We are so excited to deliver this monster to you with some ultra exclusive Australian re-rubs by 3 of the best. Nick Thayer needs no introduction; hear the buzz, bleeps and crunks that are making him a global star. His love for the original shines through in this electro-tech glitch fest. Orkestrated make their presence felt every time & this raved up super-donk is trademark. Seamlessly infusing the live elements with uber-current post-bounce grooves. Swit has filtered fidget elements into a priceless house rhythm with a slowed-up breakdown that will trigger the party day or night. From the UK we’ve also included the best of the British release with DJ Mark One‘s momentous House version. This Top Shelf instrumental track will separate the crowd underestimators from the street smart DJs. It’s a prize for those who ‘win at party’.
Out now on Velcro via Beatport