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KFA95 – Various Artists – True Skool EP 13 12″ Vinyl
A1. Radiophonic Oddity – The Switch
A2. Doughboy – Rock Deh Riddum
B1. Innercore – Return 2
B2. Evolutionize – Feelin’ Me
PLUS EXCLUSIVE 320MP3 / 24Bit Wavs to download of the track.
The digital downloads are available when you receive the vinyl. All vinyls come with a “nothing sheet” that contains a link and password to your downloads, as well as links to bonus material and previews of forthcoming Kniteforce & Knitebreed releases!
This vinyl is limited to 300 units and it will never be sold as a digital release, although if you buy the vinyl, you will receive links to the digital versions of the three tracks in both 320 MP3 and Wav format. This is the only way to get the digital versions of this release.
It is no real secret that I am also Radiophonic Oddity. It is not a name I use very often, and it is one of my aliases that is not easy to force music out of. R.O tracks tend to focus on drums and rhythms, and so I have to be in a certain mood for that. When Shane Saiyan said he wanted to do a new True Skool E.P, I knew it would need a new Radiophonic Oddity track. And that is why this EP was slow to happen. Shane wanted it as one of the first “new” KFAs, but I just wasn’t ready to make a new R.O.
And then I was. So I did.
And its one of my best, if I say so myself.
And yet, it almost doesn’t deserve to be the lead track on this EP. Because it is surrounded by phenomenal tunes, all of which are both modern breakbeat and unique in themselves. I found myself repeatedly playing the test press when it arrived, and massively impressed by all the artists featured.
Of course I knew Doughboy’s contribution would be wicked. I have long championed Doughy on KFA, signing him years ago, and always loving his releases. I think he is one of the most under rated artists in the scene and it just boggles my mind that he is not a headliner at all the main events. Rock Deh Riddum is a departure from his usual style, being a more breakbeat affair, but god damn is it good.
Both Innercore and Evolutionize bring stunning tunes to the EP. Both are mental in the best sene of the word, and honestly, if you don’t dig these tracks then I simply dont understand why you are reading this blog. They are both exactly what KFA stands for – new and old, proper, inventive hardcore. All in all, this is one of the strongest True Skools, and I am super excited to have this release in a full sleeve and on vinyl!!!
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