EZ Rollers ‘Crowd Rocker Cuts’ Intercom 50.
Out on 12 track download 23rd April 2012 from all good digital stores.
To celebrate the 50th release on Intercom Recordings EZ Rollers have put together a collection of tracks that represent some of the finest moments on their Intercom label.
This collection features ‘Crowd Rocker’ & the Tommy Knocker cut ‘People All Around’ which have featured on the Andy C Nightlife compilations. The collection also includes Radio 1 break through tunes such as ‘Lets Give In’ featuring Tali & ‘Enough Is Enough’ by Ringleader.
Here are the Youtube links to the mix and video of the ‘Crowd Rocker Cuts’ collection. It is in 2 parts.
EZ Rollers ‘Crowd Rocker Cuts’ Intercom 50 Mix Part 1
EZ Rollers ‘Crowd Rocker Cuts’ Intercom 50 Mix Part 2
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EZ Rollers are now taking bookings in support of this release via UMC - email@example.com
Greenlaw have arrived back from a very successful tour with World of D&B to fantastic reviews all round. The hard working duo really showed the US and Canadian ravers what they are all about and here below are a few comments from the promoters of some of the events they passed through. Congratulations to them both!
- “Many of our guests said Greenlaw Live was a highlight of the World of Drum & Bass 2012 event this past March. Skyla & Ozzie are amazing on stage. We agree! From the moment they took to the stage, their music & energy struck a chord with everyone in the room. We’re excited to have them back to Kelowa very soon.” -JGirl & Manousos – Footwerk.ca
- ” A truly delightful live experience with multi-colored layers of beats, bass, rhymes and melodies; ranging from the tranquil all the way to the heavy. Ozzie and Skyla J are perfectly in sync, cruising into different realms, BPM’s, styles and flows. They infuse soul into everything they create, making every performance unique and special, Definitely a Favourite in PR !!”
La Musa ( Puerto Rico)
- “Greenlaw put together an electrifying live performance for the Brooklyn leg of the World of Drum & Bass tour. Spanning multiple styles of bass music,this is an act not to be missed!”
- Eshin (Profound Audio, NYC)
“Greenlaw brought to Buffalo a musical experience on a different level. The buzz about Greenlaw after the show was noticable. Definately want to have them back.”
Jason ( Loki DNB Buffalo )
UMC is very very proud to announce the arrival of the mighty Grooverider to the roster. This long awaited addition is available with immediate effect for bookings Worldwide.
Grooverider began his DJing at illegal raves and warehouse parties in the UK in the late 1980s, and rose to prominence with partner Fabio through his sets at nightclub nights such as ‘Rage’. Grooverider was also on the London pirate radio station, Phase One, in the mid 1980s. The station also featured Colin Dale, Dave Angel,RD aka Dj Dodge, Booker T and Fabio. He originally played soul, hip hop and disco but later played house, upon being converted whilst hearing “Mysteries of Love” by Mr. Fingers.
Fabio and Grooverider began playing house at Mendoza’s in Brixton. From there the pair went on to a venue in Barrington Road in Brixton, but it was not until 1991 that they would really make their mark. That year, Grooverider and Fabio took up a residency at the ‘Rage’ event at the London venue, Heaven. Throughout the 1990s, Grooverider released tracks as Codename John and helped build the reputations of Matrix and Boymerang with releases on his own record label, Prototype. In 1997, Grooverider compiled the album, Prototype Years which featured the best tracks by various artists who appeared on his label.
His show on BBC Radio 1 (presented in conjunction with Fabio) attracted a devoted audience. Although Grooverider is known primarily as a DJ and radio presenter, he was also a recording artist under his artist name, and the ‘Codename John’ moniker. As a recording artist, Grooverider has released one album, Mysteries of Funk(Sony 1998), produced in conjunction with Optical, and a number of remixes including his reworkings of Jonny L’s “Piper” plus Roni Size/Represent’s “Share The Fall”. In 2005, he was holding a weekly Sunday session called Grace at the London club, Herbal. Grooverider returned to the BBC Radio 1 drum and bass show with Fabio on the 18 October 2008, and continues to co-present the show weekly on Sundays.
After a long time in making the brand new UMC website is finally here, along with some great new artist’s to boot. The roster has now been extended to include other urban genres and we hope you take the time to have a good look round and explore them. The new site is easy to use as each artist has their own micro site where you can find everything you need. All their latest information, all their social networking and downloadable press kits along with mixes for most of the DJ’s which you can listen to without navigating away from their page.
Welcome to the new UMC page. ENJOY!
To celebrate the launch of the new UMC website we have put together an exclusive LP, featuring tracks by DJSS, Benny Page, Crissy Criss, Rollz, Kenny Ken and more! Click the artwork above or here to download.
02. Cabbie – Music House
03. Greenlaw feat DJSS – Less of a Star (DJSS Remix)
04. Rollz – Truth Hurts
05. DJSS – History
06. Tantrum Desire – Smile
07. Kenny Ken – No Gal
08. Chromatic – Sandman
09. Mutated Forms – Blue Magic (Feat. MC Tali) (DJSS Remix)
10. EZ Rollers – Thieves and Killers
11. GeneticBros – Colorful (Feat. Profit)
12. Hotwire – Blowing Up
13. Leon Switch – Grit
14. Kid-Alt-Dub – Calling You
15. Benny Page & Zero G – Fire
16. John Maveric – Noise Maker
17. G1 – Heavy Hitter
18. Zero G – Firetime
19. Funsta – Rain Again
20. Miss Fire – I Can’t Sleep
21. Greenlaw feat DJSS – Warrior (Acoustic Mix)
22. Crissy Criss – Russian Dance