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Stylus Rex

Stylus RexPowered by Audioscrobbler™With a background playing live drums for bands coupled with studio sessions with producers like Youth (Killing Joke), JDS, Adam F, & Dan Carey (Kylie)....Stylus Rex is hooked on beat construction & production.

He emerged on the Breaks scene in 2005 with a self-released EP 'Boomstick/Halo Ember', followed by 'Blatant' released on Punk Funk in 2006,
'Squelch Freak' on BijouBeats March 2007 & now Serious Wobble on Ground Level. Stylus Rex's music has enjoyed wide support in Breaks with plays from Meat Katie, Stanton Warriors, Rennie Pilgrem, Jay Cunning, Ali B, JDS, Kid Kenobi, Friendly & many others. As a DJ he's built a reputation as surefire club rocker playing dates all over the UK from Ali B's Air nights to Pete Jordan's Spectrum, Ministry of Sound, Heaven as well as hosting regular micro-parties at Camdens Bar Vinyl.

On Serious Wobble the influences are broad ranging with a nod to filthy Electro like Alter Ego, a dash of Boards of Canada's other-worldly
soundscapes & a fat dollop of Bassline Breaks mayhem! On the flip Maelstrom beefs up the beats a little, drops in a twisted bassline and driving drums licks, and moves the track into late night dancefloor fodder, perfectly complimenting the original.
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