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A. Skillz & Krafty Kuts - Tricka Technology
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A. Skillz & Krafty Kuts

Tricka Technology

Finger Lickin

Released: 1st June 2003 | 16 track breaks album

Krafty Kuts is widely regarded as a deck wizard and has been a self confessed music junkie ever since he reached the finals of a DJ competition having never been behind the decks before. Self taught, skilled and influenced by the ghetto sheiks of the 80's, Krafty Kuts took the natural next step and started making his own music. From the moment Norman Cook aka Fat Boy Slim signed his first ever track to his label, Southern Fried, Krafty Kuts' reputation was set in stone. He has written a plethora of successful tracks and has a history of residencies in the UK. 2002 saw him DJ in over 7 countries alone. He was recently named one of the Top 100 DJs in the world for the third time running by DJ Magazine and won Best International DJ at the Australian Dance Music Awards.

Now with the A Skillz & Krafty Kuts debut album set to drop on Finger Lickin' Records in September, the future certainly looks bright for the pair. With their musical influences ranging from Kraftwerk to James Brown, The Commodores to De La Soul, the album promises to be a nu-skool hip hop adventure. They have enlisted the talents of some of the world's best hip hop and funk artists to create an album that just oozes a summertime vibe. Droop Capone, Ashley Slater (Freak Power), Real Elements, Kurtis Blow, TC Izlam (son of Afrika Bambatta) and Dr Luke have all collaborated on the album with the result being a release full of hip hop beats, party tunes, deck tricks and spontaneous skits. The first single release from the album, Gimme The Breaks feat. Kurtis Blow, has been met with overwhelming responses from both hip hop and breakbeat enthusiasts alike receiving countless accolades, rave reviews, and prime-time radio play.

"Really feeling this record as are the people"
Tom Findlay, Groove Armada
"Party tunes. Love it! Great work chaps, straight in the box"
Scott Hendy, Dynamo Productions
"It’s so great to hear such hot party joints! This is the shit I need"
Paul Godfrey, Morcheeba