Hailing from Newcastle (home of the Brown) DJ, producer and film-maker Tombee often describes his sound as Folk-Hop. The definition of Folk music, if you look it up, is music handed down from generation to generation, which mixed with Tombees cut and paste ethics as well as his deft turntable trickery, makes perfect sense.
After his first single smash Amelie in Dub, he follows it up with another little gem. Bleeps, Beats and Breaks are the order of the day and complete a Jack to Phono series of three 7 inch releases for the first part of 2008.
On the flip see Phase 5 Stereo add their slice of disco infused Mambo Schmambo to create one fat remix of this already dancefloor groover. Coming to a red bull and vodka infused dancefloor near you….Sticky Rhythm…
“proclaiming itself as noisy young people’s music. Not necessarily something you’d expect from this London based label, and all the better for it.”
Shepdog (Nice Up), IDJ
“”I really really love this tune, dope track – I really dig your beats, you make cool stuff” “
KidKanevil, First Word
“”Yeah man its dope !!! sounds like the avalanches meets a scottish jamacian porn flick!!great stuff save me a slab?” “
Smoove, Wack Records