Tricknology - no. 4

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The label's first releases —the first five volumes of DJ Food 's Jazz Brakes — were produced by Coldcut in the early 1990s, and celebrated by the music press and beat aficionados. [11] They were composed of instrumental sample-based cuts that led the duo to help pioneer new instrumental hip hop beats genres (alongside the Mo'Wax label and Ninja Tune artists such as Funki Porcini , The Herbaliser and DJ Vadim ) [12] and, to this day, are recognized as being indispensable tools for DJs. [11]

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