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Ben & Lex are back again and this time making their debut for the awesome Rocstar label with this killer 'Mixmag Breakbeat Single Of The Month'.

Unless you have been asleep under a barrell for the last few months you will have seen that the busiest men in breaks have been beavering away non-stop dropping some killer remixes but now they are back with no doubt their biggest original release so far!!

"All Da Breakz owes a large debt to the mischief and mayhem of bass music. Neo junglist steppa beats begin a marauding romp that takes in a dirty burrowing reesey bassline, jump up bashment vibes, hardcore hiphop MCing, Casio bleeps, Grandmaster Flash, dog whistles, and maybe even the kitchen sink! "

With all the elements set squarely at 'party' this tune is a stone cold killer with plays from all the usual suspects including Annie Nightingale on her award wining BBC Radio 1 show as well as on the floor as proven at Breakspoll 2010.

"All the Breakz is the best attempt at a cut and paste club track I’ve heard for a while, forging together breakbeats from original funk and old skool through to dubstep." Pete Jordan. IDJ

For 'Soundboy Step Up' the dastardly duo turn in a breaksy/dubstep crossover banger with all the throw ya horns up bravado of a rock anthem. Rasta snips & badman bass combine for a proper dub rave mashup! Fitting somewhere between Tayo and the Bassbin Twins if heavy dub bass music is ya bag then this is for you :)

2010 is set to be their biggest year so far so keep 'em peeled for more new material coming your way real soon. Blap!!

Magazine Reviews

Mixmag - Tune of the Month 5/5

The Westcountry DJ duo, Ben Ervine and Alex Shellard have long served the mega-rave community as residents of Exeter’s Beatz & Bobz night. If this single is anything to go by, this year promises to be their most exciting to date. It’s cheeky montage of fifty seven varieties of classic loops pays homage to the grooves that crowds have come to know and love, making it an instant anthem.

DJ Mag - 4.5/5

The dastardly Exeter breaks twosome really deserve some breaks themselves, as they've been beavering away at the coalface for ages, and 'All Da Breakz' owes a large debt to the mischief and mayhem of bass music. Neo junglist steppa beats begin a marauding romp that takes in a dirty burrowing bassline, jump up bashment vibes, hardcore hip-hop MCing, Casio bleeps, Grandmaster Flash samples, high-pitched dog whistles, and maybe even the kitchen sink. It's a boss tune, and on 'Soundboy Step Up' they turn in an equally well-worked dubstep piece.

Audio

All Da Breaks on Soundcloud
Soundboy Step Up on Soundcloud