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Try to Step | Oslo Flow 12"

12” CNP018 “Try To Step” by Oslo Flow / Alx Plato

The first skratch tool by a member of Oslo Flow, the underground legends from Norway with a reputation for skillful, fast-paced cuts and outstanding style. In the words of Skratchlord Manipulate… “Their style is pretty unique, they do the stuff that everyone wants to do but can’t do… because they can’t sound like them! They’re origi-rigi-nal!”

“Try To Step” side A takes you on a journey of funk with 4 instrumental tracks that ride the sweet spot between loose flow and pristine perfection. Enough space to drop fader clicks galore, packed with a range of texured drums and rhythms drawing from Alx’s multi-instrumentalist skills. In his own words: “The beats are all produced to enhance the skratchers inner funk”!

The B side is laced with the deadly dirt that keeps us up late at night destroying faders. Starting off with 10 vocal loops, configured at 166.66bpm (compatible with regular and unltrapitch turntables) that will have you flowin’ like water from the Nile. These are followed by 4 banging skipless drum loops and a fat lock-groove synth-tone to get clever with.

Side A:
1: Bad Break
2: Doctor Orders Ice
3: Massive Exhale
4: Crawl
5: Empty Stum

Side B:


Customer Reviews

Based on 1 review
paul p.d.
oslo flow try to step

first off..nothing but major respect, adoration, and bowdowns for oslo flow,(in fact 5000 bowdowns on two bloody stumps dipped in battery acid). All members are truly one of the gods amongst the many out there without absolutlely no reservations or doubts..However i just happened to get a "meh" out of the release...the only sections that were really great were the drums near end of side one ..GREAT SOUNDING DRUMS AND GREAT ARRANGEMENTS OF kick and snare combinations to go crazy with in the drum scratching and even "looping" and manual playing preferences! A s far as the scratching samples are concerned me (in my dooshey sembllence of an "opinion")..just felt no different than a ritchie rufftone "practice ur cuts".. record or records..( and again bowdowns to ritchie on 4 bloody stumps upper and lower extremities dipped in shrapnel and battery acid,also another one of the many gods), very few that were inspiring and more "run of the mill" ...The tracks were fairly decent and again "run of the mill".....nothing memorable or "grabbing"..but hey! if you like or have a preference for this type of constructed and compiled beats ,breaks, and scratches type of feel and format...bowdowns to you!..what matters is your preference and your cup of tea!!..Again in my semblence of a dooshey type of "analysis, perspective, opinion, rating, and or .."rant" just didn't go beyond that "practice your cuts" type of feel or format's a good run of the mill breaks and scratches's no "grooveist satyre"..."upr" by ricky rucker.."tones of tones", "waxcraft", by dj swamp.."audiocide" by i emerge..."scratch revolver" by j s one...." unknown dirtstyle" and anything my dj woody.......was wishing for something more "unconventional"...and a lot less "esoteric"...something that dug deeper, and was more darker, more "wow" more to "get off" on!...


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