2007 release. There's little else to say about the skills of party-pleasing breakbeat don and genre pioneer Krafty Kuts that blog-frenzied breaks fans and electronic music journalists the globe over haven't already attested to. His plaudits and pursuits roll off the fingers like a never-ending list of praise. His countless successful releases have come out on labels such as Finger Lickin' Records, Southern Fried Records (Fat Boy Slim's label), FSUK, and his two co-owned stables: Super Charged and Against the Grain. The latter imprint hosted his LP, Freakshow, which featured the likes of Dynamite MC, The Scratch Perverts, and A Skillz. Follow that with his remixes for some of the biggest names in the game, including Jurassic 5, Utah Saints, Arthur Baker, Eric B & Rakim and Afrika Bambaata, and you see where each step up is headed. This is a man who can waltz into any already blazing dancefloor, in any club, in any town, in any country, and take it up a few degrees. For his Fabriclive mix, Krafty Kuts does not disappoint, piecing together the definitive schooling soundtrack for fans from all corners of breakbeat. Made especially for the dancefloor and unabashedly feel-good from cut to cut, this party mix is perfect for some slinky summertime fun. Artists include: A. Skillz, Lord Of The Underground, Milke, Grandmaster Flash & The Furious Five, Malente, Lake Waks & Hardy Hands, Friendly, Dave Spoon, Maelstrom, Splitloop, Plump DJ's, Madox, Ralph Robles, Joe Jackson, Deekline & Ed Solo, Rob Le Pitch, Aquasky, Freestylers, and Primal Scream.