Mad Doctor X

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Mad Doctor X (also known as DJ Jason, London Funk Allstars, DJ Toolz and Clusterfunk) is a British DJ.[1]

Biography[edit]

Blapps Posse[edit]

The Blapps! Records (UK) label run by Jason Carter, released several records from 1989–1992 that are considered classics in the Baltimore area, as well as in the British rave scene. "Don't Hold Back", "Too Much Energy" and "Let the Freak" were sampled and played heavily by DJs and producers that would define the Baltimore club sound. Blapps! Records has 2 sublabels: Pure Bhoomie, Ruff Lick Records.

Blapps Posse (Aston Harvey of Freestylers & Jason Carter) were a London-based production crew that created some very original sounds in the late 1980s and early 1990s. Their music combined house and hip hop influences - strong bass lines and house breaks, fused with the edge of rap vocals and beats.

DJ Toolz[edit]

Jason's relationship with Ninja Tune started after he met Coldcut with the DJ Toolz project and blossomed with the release of four breakbeat albums under the same name on sub-label Ninja Toolz.

Discography[edit]

Mad Doctor X/Blapps production[edit]

  • Dynamic Guvnors - Rock The Discothèques (Blapps! Records 1988)
  • Rebel MC - Set Yourself Free (Desire Records 1989)
  • Blapps Posse - Don't Hold Back (Blapps! Records 1989)
  • Blapps Posse - Don't Hold Back Remix (Blapps! Records 1990)
  • Blapps Posse - Don't Hold Back '91 (TRIBAL BASS 1991)
  • DJ Toolz - DJ Toolz Vol I (BLAPPS 1992)
  • Clusterfunk - The Real Deal (mini LP) (Funkasaurus Records 1993)
  • DJ Toolz - Breaks, Beats N Grooves Vol I (Ninja Tune 1993)
  • DJ Toolz - Breaks, Beats N Grooves Vol II (Ninja Tune 1993)
  • Clusterfunk - Do Me Right (Funkasaurus Records 1993)
  • DJ Toolz - Breaks, Beats N Grooves Vol III (Ninja Tune 1993)
  • William George - What's All The Fighting For (Funkasaurus Records 1994)
  • Clusterfunk - Do Me Right (Cooltempo 1994)
  • Clusterfunk - Inside (12') (Ninja Tune / Funkasaurus Records 1995)
  • London Funk Allstars - Can Ya Understand (12') (Ninja Tune 1995)
  • London Funk Allstars - London Funk Vol I (LP) (Ninja Tune 1995)
  • London Funk Allstars - Sureshot (12') (Ninja Tune 1995)
  • DJ Toolz - Breaks, Beats N Grooves Vol IV (LP) (Ninja Tune 1995)
  • London Funk Allstars - Knee Deep In The Beats (12') (Ninja Tune 1996)
  • Mad Doctor X - Mad Doctor X's Hip Hop Experiments Escape From The Lab And Go On The Rampage Vol I (LP) (Ninja Tune 1996)
  • London Funk Allstars - Flesh Eating Disco Zombies Vs The Bionic Hookers From Mars (LP) (Ninja Tune 1996)
  • Mad Doctor X - Real Heavy Science (10') (Freskanova 1997)
  • Monty Props - Battle Beats Vol I (LP) (Freskanova 1997)
  • Mad Doctor X - Picnic With The Greys (LP) (Freskanova 1997)
  • Mad Doctor X - Hot Shit (Ill Remixes Vol II) (bootleg 1997)
  • Freestylers - Scratch 22 (Jay-Rock's Theme) (Freskanova 1998)
  • Quakes - Capital Visions (12' track) (Son Records 1998)
  • William George - Sunshine (BLAPPS 1998)
  • Mad Doctor X - The Picnic Revisited (EP) (Freskanova 1998)
  • Mad Doctor X - Project X (EP) (Son Records 1998)
  • Mad Doctor X - Project X Part II (EP) (Son Records 2000)
  • Mad Doctor X - Chillonometry (LP) (Marble Bar (Japan) 2001)
  • Mad Doctor X - 7even (Azzurro remix) (12' track) (Son Records (Japan) 2001)
  • Mad Doctor X - Presents: Xtramentals Prescription 1 (Blapps! Records, Limited Edition LP)
  • Kenny Dope & Mad Doctor X - Daily Troble EP (Marble Bar (Japan) 2006)

Remixes[edit]

Featured Scratching[edit]

Exclusive tracks[edit]

  • "Jus Clap" on "Resin Dogs - Grinnin' (We Got Wot U Need)" (Hydrofunk Records, 1998)
  • "Swimmer Girls" (Featuring Jo Morgan) on "Various - Hydrofunk Records Catalogue Mixer" (Ministry (Magazine) Australia, 2004)

Footnotes[edit]

Reviews[edit]

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