• Shitmat - Full English Breakfest

    Reviewed by Maurizio Pustianaz (chaindlk.org)

    Shitmat - Full English Breakfest

    Eccentric, sometimes violent and totally crazy. This are the main characteristics of Shitmat's FULL ENGLISH BREAKFEST. The tracks have been released as five EPs between July and August and then printed on CD but if you buy the vinyl you will end up with 7 more tracks than the 14 of the CD. The extra 7 are available digitally on www.bleep.com, the Warp's website for downloading digital music. The tracks mix frenetically everything you can ever listen
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  • Shitmat - Full English Breakfest

    Reviewed by Marcello (hemingwoid)

    Shitmat - Full English Breakfest

    One of two fine albums this year from the good DJ, the other being Killababylonkutz, this unashamedly takes us back to cherished memories of Digital Hardcore and Ambush – lots of 900 bpm old skool d&b mash-ups over crazy but logical cut-ups. Highlight: "There’s No Business Like Propa’ Rungleclotted Mashup Bizznizz" wherein Ethel Merman gets lost in a cul-de-sac at the wrong end of Lewisham. Best title: "UK Swampcore Sucks In Comparison To Techstep New Wave Psy-Jungle." Tell that to The Wire.

  • Shitmat - Full English Breakfest

    Reviewed by Gregory Britsch (Laut)

    Shitmat - Full English Breakfest

    English BREAK nearly. In the morning a tidy charge fat in the form of ham, beans, fried egg and small sausage. Lecker. The adequate palate joy after a night sakeless through-rushed. The Kater, the head, the Sodbrennen: away. Or so. Sometimes, not always. What spontaneous associations titles and/or Cover and/or Booklet CD as of Shitmat nevertheless to release can...

    Not necessarily the transition in the sense of Gerhard the Delling, but which
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  • Shitmat - Full English Breakfest

    Reviewed by Allan Harrison (copperpress.com)

    Shitmat - Full English Breakfest

    Shitmat's penchant for hyper-junglist sample-splattery has already made him of the most engaging and humorous personalities in an electronic music scene too often polarised by reclusive boffinry or the brainless din of the superclubs. Ironically, the hilarious Full English Breakfest comes on like a raging, information-age punk rock attack, wherein a gloop of amorphous pop/dance culture is ingested, reimagined, and shat out as an orgiastic
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