M-Phazes and DJ Rhettmatic have come together to bring listeners a fresh collection of remixed singles spanning the Coalmine Records catalog. The project’s inaugural leak, All Out (M-Phazes Remix) finds the Australian beatsmith crafting a hard-edged synth-sample instrumental to back the aggressive rhymes of Queensbridge emcee Big Noyd and Strong Arm Steady spitters Krondon and Phil The Agony. Complete with cuts by Mista Sinista, this bruising revamp is just the beginning of the quality tuneage in store on Phazed Out, scheduled to hit store shelves and online retailers in early 2012.
Written by richard on 10/12/11
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