February 2010 Label Highlight | Breakin' Records

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    • February 2010 Label Highlight | Breakin' Records



      Like Direct Beat, Breakin' Records has had a very underground and less "in your face" approach to delivering monumental releases that over time, have had a tremendous influence on Electro/Techno. Its hard not to think of them as historic. With a catalog extending past 50 releases with some of the most prominent artists of the past decade, Breakin' Records set out to do what many labels often can't: endure, outlast, and redefine a genre.

      Founded by Ed DMX, the label was the beginnings of artists like Bass Junkie, Mandroid, Paul Blackford, and other Ed DMX projects like DMX Krew, Bass Potato, and Computor Rockers. The first release, DMX Krew's "DMX Bass/Rock Your Body", started things off showcasing both sides of Ed DMX's musical influences and aspirations, Techno Bass, and Synth Pop. The following releases, Bass Potato and Bass Junkie's...Read More




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