• Mr. Ripley – Heck The Rules (2017)

    The perks of being a reviewer is the fact that you get new music sent to you every so often. Last week I received Mr. Ripley’s latest album, which is called ‘Heck The Rules’, which you can get right now via his own website. Released online on the 31st of March, this digital album is

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  • Inspector Sands – Can’t Stop (2016)

    As all of you know I’m a fan of Inspector Sands, even though I know little about him. He’s been in my life for quite some time, and since the first time he shared his first own track via Twitter I’ve been following him. In the last couple of months I’ve been reviewing two mixes

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  • Breaking Free II.I – Mixed By Strife II & Gavin G (2015)

    It’s been a while since I last heard something from the Breaking Free headquarters, but they are back with a brand new compilation! The last compilation was released back in 2012, and it was a success. Three CDs, mixed by Ponder, Luna-C and Skampy. After that, things got quiet, very quiet. But the new album

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  • HU Breaks (2013)

    Last week it was my birthday (and also my missus) and we celebrated in style. A small party with family and friends and obviously a lot of presents. As usual you get the presents you didn’t ask for but come in handy anyway, like socks, but this year I asked for something else, CDs. My

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  • Strictly Nu-Skool Blog presents: Strictly NuSkool Volume 1 (2014)

    Don’t ask me how I found out that there was a free album on the world wide web, because I don’t know. I spend way too much time on the world wide web, and I’ve seen so many things fly by, click on a billion links each day, so it could have been that I

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