Also, proudly presenting a 20+ song exclusive soundtrack by Wes Smith & Friends including art-work designed by Sumofish. These funk fueled beats, bass and vocals are the perfect racing companion. Taking your racing experience up a notch, this soundtrack will keep you on the tip of your wheels and in the TTR World Tour zone.
We are extremely proud to announce our involvement in Tabletop Racing World Tour from Playrise Digital. The super fun combat racing game is now available on Sony Playstation PS4. The game is FREE on the Playstation Store during the month of May.
The Official Soundtrack features artwork by Sumo Fish and music by Wes Smith & a gaggle of friends including Deibeat, Dirty Kicks, DubAxFace, Dub Pistols, DJ Fixx, G$Montana, Low End Hustler, Mutantbreakz, Omega Squad, Short Stack, The Bomb Squad, White Boy Awesome. Also FREE on Soundcloud for a limited time. Official game info below along with complete track listing of free and forthcoming jams. More highlights coming soon;)
MASSIVE FUN ON A MICRO SCALE!
COMBAT RACING HAS NEVER LOOKED SO GOOD OR BEEN SO MUCH FUN.
Table Top Racing: World Tour is the brand new, high octane, combat racer.
Get behind the wheel of 12 ultra-cool, fully tuneable miniaturised racing cars and take on 20 race tracks and some devious opponents through a comprehensive 'Championship Mode' and a multitude of 'Special Events'. Get online for an 8 player battle and become the ultimate Table Top racer! Crush your enemies using cunning 'Power-ups' and unique 'Wheel Weapons' and blast your way to victory! Micro-car, combat racing has never looked so good or been so much fun.
★★★ KEY FEATURES ★★★
8 Player PvP multiplayer combat racing
6 Unique gameplay modes spread throughout the Championships
90+ Unique race events to challenge your skills
20 Table Top race tracks set around 5 themed locations (4 routes per location)
Exclusive YO!Sushi Raceway track
12 Super-cool micro cars - Inspired by some of the world’s most iconic cars
8 Cunning, strategic, "Power-Up Weapons"
6 Super-powerful “Weapon Wheels”
20+ Track exclusive soundtrack by Breakbeat producer Wes Smith of Juice Recordings, San Diego.
|1||Bash Me||Wes Smith||Juice Recordings|
|2||Bring Back That Funk||Wes Smith, White Boy Awesome||Juice Recordings|
|3||Do Ya Wanna Get Funky (Low End Hustler Remix)||Wes Smith||Low End Hustler||Juice Recordings|
|4||Do Ya Wanna Get Funky With Me||Wes Smith||Juice Recordings|
|5||Everybody Git Down||Wes Smith, White Boy Awesome||Juice Recordings|
|6||Feel The Break (Wes Smith's Booty Juice Remix)||Mutantbreakz||Wes Smith||IBWT Music|
|7||Fresh (Wes Smith's Superfresh Reglitch)||Omega Squad||Juice Recordings|
|9||Hands Up||Wes Smith||Juice Recordings|
|10||Hip Hop We Don’t Stop||Wes Smith||Juice Recordings|
|11||Hot Beats||Wes Smith||Juice Recordings|
|12||Killa Sound (Wes Smith Remix)||Dub Pistols||Sunday Best Recordings|
|13||Make It Clap||Wes Smith, Short Stack||Juice Recordings|
|14||Make It Clap (Low End Hustler Remix)||Wes Smith, Short Stack||Juice Recordings|
|15||Mister Funky||Wes Smith||Juice Recordings|
|16||Modern Girls (Wes Smith's Dirty Juice Remix)||The Bomb Squad||Wes Smith||Fantomas|
|17||Ohhhh Yeahhh Feat. Shana Rockit (DJ Fixx Remix)||Wes Smith, The Juice Squad||Juice Recordings|
|18||Pig Bang (Wes Smith's Calibumpya Remix)||DubAxFace||Juice Recordings|
|19||Put Ya Hips In It (DJ Fixx Remix)||Wes Smith, Low End Hustler||DJ Fixx||Juice Recordings|
|20||Rhythm Is Love (Wes Smith's Calipunkya Remix)||Deibeat||Wes Smith||The Pooty Club|
|21||Shake That||Dirty Kicks||Juice Recordings|
|22||She Goes Like||Short Stack||Juice Recordings|
|23||She Goes Like (Wes Smith's Califunkya Remix)||Short Stack||Wes Smith||Juice Recordings|
|24||That Funky Disco||Wes Smith||Juice Recordings|
|25||The Tribe||Wes Smith||Punks Music|
|26||This Party's Out Of Control||Dirty Kicks||Juice Recordings|
|27||This Party's Out Of Control (DJ Fixx Remix)||Wes Smith, Dirty Kicks||DJ Fixx||Juice Recordings|
|28||Too Much||Wes Smith, White Boy Awesome||Juice Recordings|
And now...wrapping up the IWSY Remixed Volume 2 interview series...some of the baddest and funniest bass makers on the planet...from the land down under, the one, the only Beatslappaz;) Interview by Kelly Ross/Agent 137
Tell us ... who are you?
A: We’re the Beatslappaz, a duo that’s been writing music and playing shows together for the last 10 years.
A: We first got together after being brought onto a radio show as guests that ran from Midnight till 6am on a Sunday morning. We had similar tastes and goals and decided to form up into the duo we are now.
We had our first release on vinyl way back in 2007, then went quiet for a bit until we reformed a few years back to start producing again - and here we are! Tell us which remix you did for the IWSY remix album:
A: Wes Smith - Hands Up!
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What made you choose this particular song?
A: We generally only remix songs where the song title tells you what activity you should be doing while you’re listening to it. What is your Wes Smith connection?
A: When you see a man with mutton chops that you respect, you don’t just throw him a life-jacket. You swim one out to him. I hit him up over Facebook to let him know that I loved his work and we bonded over fish tacos. While we haven’t met yet, I can tell the guy is one of the nicest guys in the business and lord knows he works hard for it.
A: Our homies at Punks Music have us locked in for a few projects. “The Drop” is our next original that’s going to hit shelves soon, along with a remix for Wuki and the Stanton Warriors. Big things! We really want to head back to the states and play a few shows there, so look for that later this year as well.
Any last thoughts?
A: I would like to ask you a question - Would you rather have hiccups for the rest of your life, or would you rather permanently feel like you’re going to sneeze but never do?
Next up in the Agent 137 interview series for It's Wes Smith Yo - The Album Remixed Volume 2... Interview by Kelly Ross.
Tell us - who are you?
I am Diego , from the South of Spain , but I have lived in Ibiza since 2014.
Please give me a brief background on your dj/production experience:
I have been mixing since 2000 and producing since 2008. I have played alongside artists like the Stanton Warriors, Deekline, Lady Waks etc.
Tell us which remix you did for the IWSY remix album:
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What made you choose this particular song?
Because I liked the funky touch with that sax. Its a fun song that makes you dance.
What is your Wes Smith connection?
Wes and I met via Facebook . Wes liked my remix productions and he suggested me do a remix of one of the songs from his album "Its Wes Smith , The Album Vol 1". We connected quickly and we have a very cordial relationship.
What’s next on next for you after this? Do you have any upcoming projects/remixes you would like to mention?
I'm working on 2 new songs for the label Selecta Breaks (Spain) and have recently recorded a guestmix for Anonyms radioshow , Record breaks (Russia ).Thank you for this opportunity. The treatment I have received has been great, I'm impressed by the professionalism of Wes's whole team. I hope work again with Wes on new tracks!
Yo yo friends...the Remix Album interviews keep rolling...next up, one of my most random connections and a good pal to roam the country with...DJ, Producer, Turntablist; DJ Skip, from India. Interview by Kelly Ross/Agent 137.
You are in India, how in the world do you know Wes Smith?
Wes is a common friend of another friend of mine. He was in India in 2011 for the Red Bull 3 Style as a judge and he came across as a really cool guy. I met him again this year.
Tell us what the Red Bull 3 Style is:
The Red Bull 3 Style is a competition that takes 15 min of time where you choose three music styles that rock the party. You are judges on body language, music selection and skills. It’s a body rocking competition built for the party scene. Wes was the judge - and I came in second and in 2012 I won the National Championship and represented my country in the world championship in Chicago. It was my first foreign trip ever.
Wow - the pressure! How do you prepare for this type that type of show?
I would watch post sets online so I knew what is happening around the world. I assessed the competition and paid attention. I also knew my weakness and my strengths. Doing edits and mashups on the fly in a way to beat the competition was key. I opened the whole competition out of the 7 day competition so it was interesting to see how the week played out.
What are some of your titles:
2013 IDA #3 in the world 2014 IDA and DMC National Champion
That’s amazing. how did you start out to get to this level?
I have been a DJ for 12 years now. I was in small club that happened to have a pair of dusty turntables they were willing to let me use, so I bought needles for them. I didn’t even have slipmats for three years, I would use a thin t-shirt and cut a hole in it. I got some old Bollywood music which usually have dialogues before the track starts, so used one of those as my scratch sample for years. Everything was self taught after the basics were taught by a friend, videos, etc. I also joined QSU (Qbert Scratch University) but was unable to attend for too long due to gigs and shows I was being booked.
Do you have any advice to the new Dj or someone starting out?
Sure, when you are first starting out I recommend you join a school and learn from the pros. After joining QSU, I found things I was definitely doing wrong. Very small things like finger placement etc. can be done in a hundred diff ways. It’s very physical our bodies are different, sounds are very different and everyone has their own style. it will give you a proper edge to know if you are doing something wrong because it’s all muscle memory at the end of the day. This is one of the reasons why I thought opening a school would be a good idea.
I watched the DMC National video from this year and I thought that you were the clear winner. However, they announced the winner and the reason was his set was all analogue. You started out on turntables, what do you think about the analogue vs digital debate?
I switched to Traktor back in 2002/2003 and now I am endorsed by Native Instruments as a product specialist - things are going really well. In my sets I can do stuff I couldn’t do on techs. I use Maschine and do a lot of finger drumming and the game is changing to a whole other level. Do what works for you.
What’s next for DJ Skip?
Life is a journey to become better at what you do and Chicago was the turning point of the turntablist side of me. I’m practicing every day and have some new things up my sleeve that I have been working on for my live act. The remix I did for Wes (Turntable Sax) is coming out soon and I am really excited about it. I completely twisted and created a fully different version with scratching elements.
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