Today we have one side of a double heater from Record Breaking Music. It’s Buscrates 16-Bit Ensemble (one half of Extra Medium with Sam Champ) and a fantastic interpretation of Freddie Hubbard’s “Red Clay”. This “Keeper of the funk, Deleter of the junk” has inner visions way beyond Stevie and has been slinging his own brand of electronic visions with boom bap for quite sometime now. Hailing from Pittsburgh, PA, he incorporates funk, soul, jazz, hip hop, and house into his releases. Holding it down not only as a DJ and producer, he is a musician at heart, knowing full well from an early age this was his destiny. Priding himself not just someone who deals with rares, but someone who makes GOOD music, we are excited to bring you this seven inch today.
Taking on this Hubbard classic is a daunting task, but this track flows lovely to the back drop of some near perfect drums. Hip Hop and jazz fans alike will relish this reworking of a CTI classic. The best part of it is it’s on 45, the worst part of it is it’s on 45. We didn’t want it to end, so we just have to keep dropping the needle on it over and over again. You will too. Get hip to this people, you need some Buscrate 16-Bit Ensemble in your life.
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