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Tayo Meets Acid Rockers / Loot & Pillage Dread Cowboy / The Curse
05 :11
02
Ursula 100 (feat. Sista Widey) Step Back (Deekline Remix)
03 :27
03
Tayo & Undersound (feat. Edu K) Putaria Toda Hora
02 :12
04
Blaqstarr Tote It
01 :07
05
Stereotyp Meets Al'Haca Blaze N Cook (Radio Slave Remix)
04 :40
06
Buraka Som Sistema Com Reispeito
02 :26
07
Aquasky (feat. Ragga Twins) Ready For This (Baobinga Mix)
03 :23
08
Tayo Meets Baobinga Choppa Riddim
01 :27
09
Bassbin Twins Woppa
04 :51
10 04 :33
11 03 :20
12
Buckfunk 3000 Jump
02 :39
13
Benga Comb 60's
01 :54
14
Tayo & Care In The Community Dutty Bomb
04 :31
15
Marc Adamo Vicious Exit
03 :37
16
Elemental Soul Fire
02 :20
17
Sarantis (feat. Warrior Queen) More Than Money
03 :47
18
Skream Lightning
01 :48
19
Digital Mystikz Neverland
03 :58
20
Rob Smith Loveage
04 :54
21
Digital Mystikz (feat. Spen G) Anti War Dub
05 :53
ARTIST
TITLE
FabricLive.32
FORMAT
CD

LABEL
CATALOG #
FABRIC 064CD FABRIC 064CD
GENRE
RELEASE DATE
2/11/2014

2007 release. On Fabriclive.32, Tayo breaks beats and barriers to prove that he cannot be branded with or simplified by the obligation and repression of musical genres. Tayo flexes his sharp taste in music to show how, in one way or another, every track is laid out on a common ground and stamped with derivatives. Ride the rhythms as he fuses the gutter flavor of Mad Decent, the low-end shudder of Skream and Digital Mystikz and the breakbeat swagger of Deekline and even Tayo's own productions. Tayo stands proudly in the middle of contemporary bass culture and connects the dots -- dubstep, baile funk, breakbeat and electro -- to form the upfront sound of London's underground. Other artists include: Acid Rockers, Loot And Pillage, Ursula 1000 feat. Sista Widey, Tayo and Undersound feat. Edu K, Blaqstarr, Stereotyp Meets Al' Haca, Radio Slave, Buraka Som Sistema, Aquasky feat. Ragga Twins, Baobinga, Bassbin Twins, Si Begg, Tipper, Buckfunk 3000, Benga, Tayo and Care In The Community, Marc Adamo, Elemental, Sarantis feat. Warrior Queen, and Rob Smith.