Discussion in 'music, bands, clubs & festies' started by ska invita, Dec 29, 2013.
The good people of reigate aren't ready for weird.
Just seen this - cor, what a cracking mix. There are a couple of older Sully mixes which I keep going back to time and time again. Check 'em out Ska if you haven't....
Fact mix: http://www.mixcloud.com/FACTMixArchive/fact-mix-114-sully/
XLR8R mix: http://www.xlr8r.com/podcast/2011/09/sully/
thanks - ive never heard of him before that - thats proper new skool jungle there though - could handle a night of that - are there enough new tunes?
https://soundcloud.com/conducta/make-me-feel-vip - can't embed soundcloud, but this ones a deep 2 stepper - I'm loving this dudes releases at the moment
This was in the beatport secret weapons email sent out today, they quite often have some wicked tunes in that
Great new EP! All of them have been so far.
They are more techno leaning but try listening to this one without singing the lyrics to Black Sabbath- Black Sabbath.
Another one I'm enjoying.
I don't know if this should be in here or the new techno thread..... but I've had this mix on repeat for the last couple of weeks.
Quite chilled out but very cool
Ive been beasting this one too.
This is sounding like its going to be a big release, especially that last track
Faze Miyake dropped a wicked track on his show a few weeks ago - it's at 23:14 here. Not managed to get an ID yet - anyone?
sim667 i don't mean to be music spoddy, but what would you call the Hank & Killjoy? Doesn't sound anything like garage to me
There's a Northern Bass documentary on channel 4 doing the rounds at the moment
It's on soundcloud so I can't embed...... But.....
is that a northern thing?
because i hear it on rinse i think of it as london but maybe thats wrong
that episode is up here http://www.channel4.com/programmes/music-nation/4od
Bassline, i.e. the whompy bass speed garage sound at about 140 is very much a sheffield/leeds/yorkshire thing. What is kind of changed into not so much, its got its bristol/london influences now, but the early labels were based up north (a bit before my time), but some of the more modern labels are still, offmenut-sheffield, in:flux (quite a new label, were a night originally) are from yorkshire, the jackintheattic nights and podcast which I pick up a good few tunes from are scottish.
I would say the grime garage element is definately london, but the northerners from sheff and leeds put their own spin on it, a few years later the culmination of both scenes gets re-interpreted with a jackin house sound..... But people like T2 who had tracks in the charts, and DJQ etc are all north
Is the grime one on 4od yet? That was good..... I need some tracks id'ing
this is a good watch never knew about this...
yeah the grime one is up there below
Old, but a stonker!
oh no, got to the end and the scene was killed off by the mcs doh!
It got too rough, jungle when the same way and then got all drum and bassy.... then jungle made a comeback
the scenes don't get killed off, they just develop in circles around each other.
like this thread nice, sounds original can`t wait to get my new bins
love that, might give me nightmares the video
They're funny fuckers tbh...... the dub phizix and chimpo fabric live mix is really quite funny in parts
well 2014 is done - the neo-proto-jungle-speed garage thing definitely happened but maybe not quite like i imagined it - in the end it was more on the updated bassheavy UKG side of things that i got in to it most...tracks like
Stanton Warriors - Cut Me Up (Cause & Affect Remix)
very upfront floorfiller that one
Champion - Execution
ukg dancefloor biz with a sprinkle of hardcore junglism
on a more lofi headtrip tip caleb turned me on to this though which was deep and wonderful and a straight ahead breakbeat thing
Rezzett - Zootie
i wonder what 2015 will bring? more breaks i hope
and maybe more tunes like what sully was making..
I've noticed a bit of a trend toward instrumental 140ish grime tracks toward the end of 2014 so I wonder if that will carry on through 2015
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