This year has been a very busy year for the Yoofsta. In July Welcome to Babylondon E.P. Gained massive support
from both the breaks and dubstep community and also was also made single of the month in IDJ. In August, his
collaboration with Inch (Pyramid/Control z), a track entitled Broken Dreamz (Released on Funkatech Records) was
also made Single of the month, this time in Dj magazine and singleof the week on Jay cunnings Kiss fm show
as well raising eyebrows in the rock/indie world.
Also in August he took the Sonz of Mecha Live Experience to this years Spanish Summer Festival held at Sevilles
Olympic Stadium, headlining the gig and tearing over ten thousand Spaniards a new arsehole, and they loved it!
If you think breaks is dead, check the footage..... http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5ubw1KQF04M
Through this autumn, Yoof is in big demand. Hes teamed up with Dave Pemberton (Prodigy engineer) to produce
the eagerly anticipated Sonz of Mecha live show and album. Yoof has also been in the studio with breakbeats very
own godfathers Shut up and Dance and appearson their new album due for release for next year.
As if all that wasnt enough hes also decided to take the Dubstep world by storm! Signed to Dubsteps equivalent
of Metalheadz (Ghost records), Yoof has been working alongside J da flex and El-b and is first release is the lead
track abd first single off the new Ghost album Nu levels also due to drop next year which hosts the whos who
of dubstep including Scream, Zed Bias, Opus, Mrk 1, Burial, Narrowz etc.
To put the icing on the cake Yoof has just remixed Wu tang clan alongside J da flex and brings dubstep and hip-hop
1. GREED: Yoof teams up with his old friend and fellow Bassrock records label mate Dj Rapid to bring you what can
only be described as an electro funk fuelled monster that would get any dance floor moving. I warn you that its not your
typical Sonz of Mecha tear out outing and stems back more to the old Mechanoise classics such as B-boys on the
roks (1998) but with an updated edge that has found its way already into the major funky breaks Djs record bags.
2: BANDIT COUNTRY is for your die hard Mechanoise fans that may have heard rumours through the break-vine
that Yoof no longer produces Tearout breaks, Well this banger of a tune proves that he hasnt with its killer drum
work outs that take you into bodyrock triplet territory and lfo baselines that only the dubstep community could
dream of. Also check out the cheeky sample references to his birthplaceSarf east London.
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