I love what these guys do. The third instance of this compilation is top notch! Mad-Hop Volume 3 features some excellent tunes that you shouldn’t miss out on. Plus, you can name your price for the album over at Bandcamp. The is no reason why you shouldn’t own this album.
This third trip around the world has connected artists from Japan, Serbia, Canada, Hungary, U.S.A, Bulgaria, Germany, Poland, England, Russia, France and Slovakia.
We got Pixelord (RU) with his dope drop of dubstep and special guest Tilman Ehrhorn (GER) with his track “Sat” remixed by Himuro Yoshiteru (JP). 2Legit2Quit (CA) introduced himself with some unusual lyrics and BFPSP (USA) got produced by AL_PD (USA). Really thick production popped from Galex and Karaoke Tundra (SL), who also remixed one of fewer tracks with lyrics that came from Cy6erSlut ft. 2Legit2Quit (RU,CA). Pure madness provided by Save Slaves (RU) who appreciate “Nice haircut” and Stephan Farris (USA) with his interesting tune “Sweton”. Headshotboyz (HUN) made a dope hip-hop experiment once again and so did aKiLi (USA) with his buzzing track “Mellowdining”. Filtercutter (SER) also participated, this time featuring Zzuu (NL) remixing track from Manni Dee (ENG). Amazing stuff came from England’s finest, Alphabets Heaven (ENG) with his alien production and Ambassadeurs (ENG) that gave us goosebumbs over his track “M.O.P.E”. Miqi O. Huey Newton (FR) remixed “Gak” from Huess (USA) and gave us lazy snare hit at the back of a neck that is simply unforgettable. Parallel Concept (BUL) went some place deep and created “Buckyball molecule”. Laser synth invasion by Jakub Nox Ambroziak (PL) who gave us “Proton decay” was remixed by Stendek (PL) and we went “Virtual l” with the man himself Powell (FR). B-Ju (GER) introduced some dreamy soundscapes with nice vocals and we also got Lambent (JP) with more classic laid back vibe.