Meant to say before now, that Future Thinkin' is my fave show on Kool - started listening after your recommendation skaFell in love with DnB again in 2015 and that was very much to do with DM Cut and the Future Thinkin crew's show on Kool London.
Listening to the lyrics again this morning, this sounds to me like a Future Thinkin' own special. The vibe I get from listening to Future Thinkin' is to D'n'B, what Anti-Social is to dubstep/bass @ska invita
hiya, sorry for slow response, its been a manic one....
He died today. R.I.P. SpiritNot worth a thread in and of itself I reckon but Spirit has had a heart attack and probably won't survive. He has suffered irreparable brain damage. In a strange twist of fate, he was the last person to work in the studio with Marcus Intalex last year too.
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He has released so many tunes over the years, not so many dancefloor smashers but he is/was very consistent.
This is probably his biggest tune
Yep, Current Value is all a bit too much for me too although I don't mind this one. However I do quite like the latest release on that labelI think its been a really strong year this year, found lots of tunes across the styles that are doing it for me...
ive been playing this one a lot recently, mainly as I cant quite put my finger on whether i 100% like it or not, but for sure its boundary pushing and unlike lots of boundary pushers it doesnt leave the dancefloor behind.
I dont really like Current Values tunes on the whole- usually too much nosebleed for me...but this one, and the whole EP in fact, is really interesting - its got the freshness of when Prototype Years dropped...like when Optical really came through in 1997...mixing up Detroit pads and leads with that raw UK thing, with a bit of twistedness on top.
if you like that definitely check the EP - its all like that
likewise also on Souped UP and aslo by Bou, on that Serumesque one big bass note bomb style thing this is bigYep, Current Value is all a bit too much for me too although I don't mind this one. However I do quite like the latest release on that label
Such is the fate of formulaic electronic music, it seems to be particularly common with modern dnb sub genres where all of the producers use the same soft synths. I even liked that twisted individual jump up sound for the first few months. It’s just a shame it was the dominant style for 10 years. I hope this new(ish) jump up fashion doesn’t last anywhere near as long.that style is getting a bit exhausted I think