Boomkat Product Review:
For Breakin's 50th release it's fitting that Ed DMX has decided to do a special anniversary release, I mean who better than himself to promote his own label? In the second release from the electroid stalwart this week, we see him this time practicing under the DMX Krew moniker and showing us that somewhere in the world, vintage Braindance never died. So with the melodic prowess of Bochum Welt, the analogue knowhow of Richard D. James and that inherent Ed DMX cheekiness we've learnt to love we get five massive cuts of analogue belching and skittering Roland drum machine beats. Sitting somewhere in-between the Analord releases and the music from Fingermouse, this just manages to escape being novelty thanks to some expert production tricks and an evil grin that can only belong to one man. Ace.