Groove Allegiance Nice'ing It Up posted: Dec, 2008

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Ramp It Up
Ramp It Up (Hijack Remix)
Ramp It Up (Kelevra Remix)
Nice Up The Dance

Groove Allegiance return with a cryptic message, are they ramping up the eq's on this new ditty? Is it a term they've conjured up to describe partying and Chris Splank's ever deteriorating state due to his crack addiction? Does anyone really care? No, it's all about the music man!!!
The original is has a wonky bassline, jacking vocal hook, rasping distorted lead and no end of edited synth stabs. Whilst Hijack continue their recent run of impeccable form on remix duties. The bottom end's warm, the vox edits are tight as you like and the groove is jackin' the way only these guys know how.
Kelevra's been making noise in the fidget scene recently, and he displays why with this remix, housey beats and a shuffley groove, the arrangement has enough twists and turns to make it a solid dancefloor track. Nice Up The Dance rounds up the package, a solid electro track with an acidic squlechy bassline, vocal chops and plenty of energy throughout.

Having received airplay on RADIO 1 from KISSY SELL OUT, this release has also been getting havey rotation from ASTON SHUFFLE, JAIMIE FANATIC, AQUASKY, MALENTE, HEAVYFEET, ELECTRIC SOULSIDE, WONGO ... get your fix from all good download stores & record shops.

  Moston & Malente Doing The Right Thing posted: Sept, 2008

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Do The Right Thing (Alternative Mix)
Do The Right Thing (Original Mix)
Do The Right Thing (Twocker Remix)
Do The Right Thing (Clark Able Remix)

Moston & Malente return to Splank sending out a message to all the wrongdoer's and wrongdoing's in this world, encouraging moralistic and positive action amongst us all, with their new single 'Do The Right Thing' . 2 versions of an absolutely belter, which promises to further cement their position as purveyors of the very finest electronic dance music.

On remix duties, scene stalwarts Twocker step up first, adding squelchy bassline's, big room grooves and first class production, demonstrating why they possess such an esteemed profile. New kid on the block Clark Able shows why he's talk of the town with his version, dropping a completely original sound, going to work on the vocal, warped bass sounds and off-beat percussion.

BASSNECTAR: "HOLY FUCK!!!!!THIS RELEASE IS MUY LOCO!!!!!!! i love all 4 joints equally...WWIIIGGGIIIID!!!!"

  Groove Allegiance June Mixtape posted: June, 2008

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Groove Allegiance June Mix-Tape

Check out the latest mix-tape courtesy of Groove Allegiance. An hour long medley of twisted electro, breakbeat & fidgit. All tied together with no-end of cheeky acapella's, edited & mangled up on the fly.

  Groove Allegiance Squelching Supreme posted: June, 2008

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Super Squelch
Super Squelch (Macca Remix)

Enjoying success earlier this year on Splank! with 'Organ Dementia/Restless' , Groove Allegiance have also recently remixed Torpedo Boys 'The Disco Song' for Lounge Records and Break The Box 's 'Ghostlicker' for Ground Level . This latest number ' Super Squelch' has already been doing the business at recent Groove Allegiance gigs, the title giving plenty away, as wonky LFO noises provide the fills, whilst stomping beats and a twisted electro hook provide the solid dance-floor groove.
Canadian stalwart Macca, head honcho of Invasive Records, turns up to provide the remix. Catching the eye of Splank! with his recent remixes of DJ Dan's 'Chop Shop' (InStereo) and Robb G & The Phat Conductor's 'Heavy' ( Promo) , the Macca sound has a hint of breakbeat mixed with a big room electro flavour, and with this remix he stays true to his word. The beats are tight, the fills and edits feel quite breaky, and the hook is hypnotic. This one's perfect for the big arena & just in time for festival season.

  Strider's Tokyo Loading posted: Mar, 2008

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Tokyo Loading
Tokyo Loading (Brothers Bud Remix)

Strider’s recently provided remixes for Ground Level Records, Control Breaks and Gene Poole, pre-ceded by his previous release on Splank! ‘Inner City Sumo/The Edge’. He’s successfully forged a unique sound of late, matching crunchy beats with distorted bass hooks to create wonky twisted electro and breakbeat.
‘Tokyo Loading’ is a classic Strider affair, vocal edits galore & tight as you like programming, with a Daft Punk (circa Discovery) inspired synth sequence breakdown slotting in between the punchy beats & warmly distorted bass hook.
Brothers Bud, which we consider one of Fingerlickin’s finest artists, get busy on the remix. Having last year provided massive remixes of their own single ‘Yap Yap’ as well as Soul Of Man’s ‘Acid Punch’ the guys are back with an absolute belter. Chunky beats, screeching leads and bottomless subs are all present. Not to mention the second to none production skills, just check out the breakdown!!!

  Groove Allegiance getting Restless posted: Feb, 2008

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Organ Dementia

Apart from providing summer smash ‘The Drip’ which topped Beatport’s Breaks chart, The Groove Allegiance have been fairly quiet on the production front of late, focusing attentions towards running things at Splank!, mixing ‘The Shirk Off’ CD compilation, and gigging, including a recent 2 week tour of Canada and opening the Breaksday tent at Glade. However, in the last few months they’ve been locked away in the studio, honing a new sound, including these 2 new single’s for Splank!

  Myspace Is Your Space posted: Sep 20, 2007

Myspace is a place for friends, and we have none, cos we spend all our time updating website's till all hours. So come join the myspace revolution and make friends with us and our artists on the below links
We’ll keep you up to date with cool stuff such as gigs, longer clips of new and unreleased stuff and daft photos if you’re lucky. So go on … be a pal.

  The Splank! Shop posted: Sep 20, 2007

We’ve set up a Splank! shop for all your back catalogue needs. We have nearly all title’s in stock, all available at merely £2 (+ P & P) each, with a special offer to buy 2 title’s and get a third one free. A great chance to obtain one or two of some release you missed out on first time round.
Simply go to our Merchandise page, click on the ‘add to basket’ icon next to any title you wish, and you’ll be linked directly to Payal. Couldn’t be easier!

  Get your Splank! Fix from Juno posted: July 18, 2007