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Squash (Break Remix)

by Total Science

supported by
Delta9 Recordings
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Delta9 Recordings The original is a Milestone of the drum&bass culture, great to have a remix that sounds fresh and is guaranteed to destroy some dancefloors!
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Samantix This is a BIG remix 100% banger!
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thedjdon Immense remix of a DnB classic 🔥 Comes close to matching the original and brings it upto date with a 2022 sound. Proper banger !!
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Haz:Mat Immense remix. Break once again proving he can do no wrong here! This will be devastating the dance for many years to come.

Hardcore will never die
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mrmonoxide Another class piece from Break. The original was good when it hit. The Bad Company remix was next level and this one to me is a close race for best remix of this classic. This one to me has the most gnarly drop of all. Like his formula is to sneak up on you with the drop and he accomplishes that mission over and over and over again. I've been collecting Break & Silent Witness tracks when I started buying records over 20 years ago.
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bobvtaylor because of the drums and the bass


Y2K saw the release of Total Science’s anthem ‘Champion Sound’ Hardcore Will Never Die remix. Lurching into a new millennium, with promises of system meltdown, the end of civilisation as we know it and all other sorts of madness, its dissonant and edgy feel captured the moment perfectly. And consequently it was almost impossible to go to a Drum & Bass rave and not have this soundtrack of 2000 pummelling your eardrums then, and also ever since.

Seen as one of the defining tunes of the genre, it has now spawned it’s own spinoff series, ‘The Hardcore Will Never Die Years’ remixes. Promising several remixes of some of the duo’s most seminal tracks from the early 2000s, from some of the biggest and best producers in the scene currently, we can now be assured of a whole host of new dancefloor weapons.

And starting the series in true style is Break, with his ridiculous remix of ‘Squash’. A massive tune in it’s own right, ‘Squash’ was always going to need a serious working over to be bettered; and if you could trust one man to do it, it would be Break. Keeping all the original elements, brining them up to 2022 standard and then injecting his own trademark to proceedings, we are now left with everything that is good about this music in Y2K22.


released June 24, 2022


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