So here it is vol 6, with 6 trax, yes 6 trax, hows that for value for money. Track 1, kicks off the ep with a monkey infused acid rolla from The He-Men, aptly named Rolla, really deep acid rolling track for you head out there, then track 2 comes courtesy of new family member Bufo Bufo, who already boasts releases on ritual poison and EGD, his track is a real four / four breakbeat extravaganza. DJPC returns with track 3, his track called danger man, this is dangerous, proper old school sounding warehouse rave with wicked pianos and baselines .good to have him back. B, hits ya with Dawl track party till the AM, great advice and great track from Dawl, back to his proper full on rave breaks and bleeps to kick off side B the way only he can. Then track 2 Crack Bratley has ever made it to the moon, Craig has a Future bo err err err err err err as as as as as as as as as as as as as as as as as as Future Boogie, Suara, Throne Of Blood, Bird Scarer, Tsuba, Instruments Of Rapture, Claremont 56, Leng, To Rack And Ruin and Is It Balearic and as well as its own Magic Feet imprint. Crazy to revisit some of his older attempts at making music in the 90’s. Craig’s contribution to Tone Dropout Volume 6, ‘Back From The DAT’, is the re-sampling and editing of one of these tracks. From the DAT really is a hats off tip to the rave generation, thank you. Then finally track 6, is bonus track, Tones Breaks part 2, a full on pow in ya face rave banger, a little feature we’ll be doing now on ep’sa nod to the legendary bones breaks of course.