CMC & Silenta introduced me to Pharrell’s new 24 hour video project. As soon as I heard the track, I knew it had to become a Drum n Bass monster. A few hours later, this happened. A few days later, it was featured on the Dixon Brother’s Radio Show on KISS FM.
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24 Hours of Happy
From the vaults, here’s a mashup of sorts I made for the Rock Pit Stage at Shambhala way back in the day. I’ve had so many people ask me about this track, from hearing it in my live shows or from Back to the Bass Kicks III so I asked Adam3 to draw up some fancy art work and boom – we have some pure unapologetic metal mayhem.
Here’s a collection of acapellas from some of the tunes I’ve released on Bombastic Jam over the last few years. You are free to use any of these in your own tunes as long as you follow the guidelines of the Creative Commons License that this pack is released under (i.e. give out the tunes for free and don’t make any money). If you end up creating something truly dope, please send it to me or post it on my Facebook Fanpage. If you want to use one of the acapellas in a tune that you wish to sell or license, please get in touch with me for permission. In the new year, we’ll take the best remixes and put out a big fancy release on Bombastic Jam.
Acapella Pack 1:
Loopback Brother (100 BPM)
Pound for Pound (100 BPM)
We Will Not Back Down (105 (BPM)
Jiggle What You Got (110 BPM)
Born to Rock the Party (115 BPM)
Ready Set Party (110 BPM)
Get Your Hands Up (100 BPM)
The pack contains 320kbps MP3 files and is zipped into a single 38MB file.
“Mr Wisdom has a voice like being tickled with a cats whisker…which is nice!” – Mooqee (Bombstrikes)
Riding home from the Shambhala Music Festival a few years ago, Dash from the Root Sellers came up with the concept for this track – calling upon the audience to put in their earplugs so we can all keep hearing the music. When we got home, we recorded the track and debuted it at the opening of Shambhala 2012. It’s been a staple in my set ever since and will probably continue to get dropped for years to come.
Big shouts to Captain Planet for letting us take his original beat and shift it into the piece you hear now.
A vinyl release on Ghetto Funk Records (UK)
Digital versions are available from the Ghetto Funk VIP service.
“Sir Timothy Wisdom cocks his hat to it’s jauntiest of angles, meets you in the centre of the ring and challenges you to ‘put em up’. Three minutes later you’re begging your trainer to cut your eye and are wailing for Adrian! “Mama Said’.”
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