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Breakbeat Kaos 2004

Breakbeat Kaos 2004

2003 saw Perth Australia's Pendulum smash their way onto the scene with the mighty 'Vault' on 31 Records.

'Vault' was without a doubt the drum&bass tune of the year, every DJ played it, every DJ rewound it, every clubber danced to it, and judging by record sales it seems everyone bought it!

A tune that many thought couldn't be topped but was swiftly followed with 'Another Planet / Voyager', which quickly raced to number 1 on the UK dance charts and almost breached the UK top 40, peaking at a respectable 42.

This tune represented the first fruits of their exclusive deal with Adam F & DJ Fresh' Breakbeat Kaos label. Since then, their domination of the dancefloor has been unabated with any DJ worth their fee packing anything they release constantly in their crate.

2004 will see PENDULUM release an LP on BREAKBEAT KAOS, from there they will then concentrate exclusively with this label. In their first year of existance, PENDULUM have smashed dancefloors globally, and their DJ sets are a reflection of the freshest drum and bass music being produced today.

Their selection is diverse and energetic, covering all angles of the drum and bass genre with an emphasis on future sounds. Big beats and twisting basslines designed to make you move!

Bass Frontiers and Sandwiches presents



featuring PENDULUM (Breakbeat Kaos, Timeless, 31 Records, Low Profile) LOCAL SUPPORT AGENT ALVIN, WMD [ddog b2b sal] , SOLID WAX AND B.LO


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