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Future Wildstyle remix Tomkin’s ‘E-Sparks’

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It’s been 20 years since Trickdisc was born in Vienna by owner and producer Tomkin. To celebrate this milestone the label marks its return with an impressive remix package of Tomkin’s 2001 classic ‘E-Sparks’.

Once a drum & bass breeding ground for the likes of Ill Skillz, Chris Su, Counterstrike, The Sect and more, Trickdisc is now expanding into other territories with a set of new retakes.

The remix package kicks off with the sounds of Sheffield’s Future Wildstyle followed by some chilled electronica from Austria’s Zerosum, it’s then left to the re-mastered Ill Skillz version to knock down the walls.

Our premiere is, of course, the Future Wildstyle remix which is packed with old skool, jungle, techno, breaks and acid vibes! Five of my favourite things!

Future Wildstyle is a long-awaited collaboration between two well established Sheffield DJs based in the heart of the steel city.

This new project fuses an extensive knowledge and love of Jungle and broken breakbeat music with a passion for new electronica and intricate sound programming. Throw in the freedom and excitement of the rave era combined with today’s technology add a few homemade DIY synths, choice sampling and some serious bass weight – combine together with an impeccable understanding of the dance floor crafted over many years of DJing and good old fashioned hard graft – and you have Future Wildstyle; ready for the rave.

Having supported My Nu Leng, Annie Mac and numerous other high profile artists they will be taking their trusty MPC and DJ sets out to the festivals this year starting with BoomTown and Beat-Herder.

Check it out below and grab a copy from here

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