Freq Nasty Presents: Y4K: Next Level Breaks is the 3rd album in the Y3K/Y4K series. It includes music from artists like: Freq Nasty, The Chemical Brothers, Fat Boy Slim and Public Enemy. Evenson – "Da Funk" – 5:37. Tayo Meets Acid Rockers Uptown – "Wicked Dub" – 4:39. Lexicon Avenue – "Here I Am" – 2:54. Junior Delgado – "Hypocrites" (Naked Funk remix) – 5:31. Taishan Vs. Dance Floor Bully & Spoonface – "Dub Hypnosis"/"Soul To the Street" (a cappella) – 4:30.
Listening to his full length album Freaks, Geeks & Mutilations, one can hear the mass of hiphop and ragga influences pouring through the album. In the past couple years, Darin continues to dominate the breaksworld by expanding his affiliations to include Smart Systems label (Electric Kingdom compilation) as well as the mighty Skint Records.
Listen to music from Freq Nasty like Amped, Boomin' Back Atcha & more. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from Freq Nasty. From the days of Breakbeat's origins, FreQ Nasty established himself as one of the scene's pioneers, producing many of the genre's defining moments. As Breakbeat came into its own, FreQ Nasty's tunes remained ahead of the pack. His music is on the cutting edge of the FutureStep Movement, a chaotic loose assemblage of sonic renegades, steeped in the traditions of Breaks, Dubstep, Rock, Ragga, Grime and Funk, chopping in and out of slow-motion, Halfstep beats.
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New Zealander Darin Mcfadyen, alias Freq Nasty, returns with his first album on Fatboy Slim‘s Skint Records, and the second of his career. Freq Nasty has tried to construct a record that doesn’t conform to a single genre. He has blended elements of breakbeat, ragga, garage, hip-hop, and jungle, in what seems like an attempt at a breakthrough record. To a degree he has succeeded, on other levels he has failed miserably.
Five years after his debut, he had a couple of singles to roll out from the past few years, including the monster "Amped," which had earned notice as a breaks anthem not long after its 2002 debut
The FreQ Nasty single ‘Dread at the Controls’ was released through California’s cutting edge bass music label Muti Music in January 2011. The A Side is a fusion of lush Detroit strings, skittery 2-step beats, wobble bass, and a stupendous glitched-out dub-step breakdown. The B Side ‘Drum Play’ is a drum-step roller with the speed of drum and bass and the swagger of dancehall. To find out more, visit ww. reQNasty.