OFFICIAL MUSIC VIDEO FOR 'BREAK': www.youtube.com/watch?v=tQXxcKyuhCY
After spending a short time lurking in the darkness, regaining strength ready for the imminent onslaught.
Big Beat Bronson are BACK! stronger and more fierce than ever before.
Now with the addition of G-Force on guitar, Colonel F. Hoff on bass and Arnie on drums the sound has evolved once more, adding a whole new dynamic to the band, which already consisted of the Baron, Mista, Eliza and DJ LKP.
Smashing genres together and mixing the big drums of dub-step and the break-beats of old school hip hop, with fierce searing guitars and funky bass-lines, Big Beat Bronson are breaking new ground with a sound unrivaled.
After releasing two singles in 2013 through Bad Boys Records, Big Beat Bronson are back doing what they do best.
With plenty of singles and videos lined up over the course of the rest of the year, 2014 promises to bring back the buzz surrounding the band.
After a sublime summer of smashing a number of sets at the region’s biggest festivals such as Split and Boilershop Summertime, Big Beat Bronson have announced new EP More Than A Mouthful. The trio of Mista Breeze, Baron Von Alias and Eliza Lawson never fail to impress with their eclectic energy, inducing listeners with hypnotic hooks and their genre-defying versatility. This new project will almost certainly continue their catalogue of captivating records.
It’s somewhat odd for a band with an in-your-face hip-pop style to release music in the winter, with their music being more reminiscent of summery vibes, but that may well work to their advantage. They offer overwhelming optimism in a time where hip-hop releases are over-run with either melancholy or bars, so it will be a welcome change to play an Action Man like record in the cold November climate.
Big Beat Bronson’s EP is expected to be released on Friday November 14. More Than A Mouthful, which is one of their best live songs, is the only track that has been revealed so far, so we’re not entirely sure what to expect. It’s reasonable to assume it’ll be a fun-packed, encapsulation of life in the North East with a selection of synth stacked instrumentals courtesy of producer Steesh. That said, the ever-growing Big Beat Bronson could always surprise us, so you’ll have to grab a copy of More Than A Mouthful for a yet-to-be specified price to find out exactly what the terrific trio have in store for us.
' Lee Hawthorn @mrhawthorn - www.northernlightsuk.co.uk