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18 Oct 11
16 Oct 12
Played by: Juno Recommends Electro House, Juno Recommends Uk Funky/Garage, DJ Cure (Aufect Recordings), Fed Conti
Review: Zinc and A-Trak's transatlantic collabo connection picks up where "Stingray" left us with this firing piece of no-nonsense euphoric grit. Natalie Storm's vocals hog most of the spotlight. A dancehall diva with crisp delivery and just a smidgeon of raunchy undertone, she drives the floor into oblivion as the levels peak beneath. Remix-wise it's satisfaction central as we're smashed to pieces by Shadow Child (woozy breakbeats with a heavy dose of sub), Dismantle (boshing, full-paced electro stomp) and JWLS (D&B/half-step madness).
11 Oct 09
20 Aug 12
Review: A1 Bassline, aka Croydon's Christian Sibthorpe, has moved on considerably from his ghetto rave beginnings, getting deeper and darker in the process. This latest EP sees him really pursue a retro sound, especially on "Slur" where we are taken to a David Morales Red Zone party in early 90s New York. Up next, "Slingback" is altogether darker: melding tech house with a hint of vintage Detroit techno for an intense and hypnotic trip.
10 May 13
01 Mar 12
Played by: Juno Recommends Progressive House
08 Feb 10
20 Mar 11
02 Oct 11
20 Aug 12
Played by: Smutlee, Mat Cant, Guerilla Speakerz, Sharkslayer, Juno Recommends Uk Funky/Garage, Commodore 69 (Hot N Heavy), Mike G, Chrissy Murderbot, Cosby (Car Crash Set)
Review: Raw jams galore on this sex track compilation from Paradisiaca Recordings. DJ Hoodcore opens proceedings with the stripped back bounce of "Phyre" (which also gets remixed by Mike G to impressive effect), before DJ's Eskilate's "Ice" drops with bleepy, 8-bit textures and melodies plundered right out of an Atari. Also be sure to check "If You Sex C" by DJ Doomdark's Revenge - part trance anthem, part screwed R&B, part garage roller, all fire - and the even better "AAMG Anthem" by DJ AK-4luv, DJ Tee Whizz and DJ Reek Rawz.
09 May 11
20 Sep 11
Played by: Mike Hindle - Immersed Audio
Review: Bristol's Actraiser drops a big, brash and bouncy set of deep funky riddims on this latest EP for Car Crash Set. Lead tune "Kong Riddim" is a dark, cavernous gem with an infectious set of UKF drums anchoring floating pads and subtle, echoed synth leads. "Adventure Island" on the other hand is heavier on the congas and the stacked snares, while "Bubblun" brings a joyous 2-step rhythm out to play and nestles it around spacey pads and female vocals shots. Quality modern funky to be ignored at your peril.
06 Dec 10
12 May 13
Played by: Big Dope P, King, Flash Atkins, Juno Recommends Uk Funky/Garage, Urban Knights, Benny Kane
Review: Bristol's DJ Die has gone one better than signing Addison Groove to his Gutterfunk imprint, he's only gone and collaborated with him on both tracks here as well! The footwork-influenced side project of Headhunter, Addison Groove assumes charge of "Keyhole" - a stripped back excursion into sultry voodoo beats. Meanwhile on "Hydropump", DJ Die takes the lead steering this ship into breaky hip-house waters in the process.
13 Mar 12
Played by: Chrissy Murderbot, Juno Recommends Uk Funky/Garage, Commodore 69 (Hot N Heavy), Bizt, Bunny On Acid, Simon/Off, Konnekt - Hot N Heavy
Review: A real joy for bass heads and fans as Bristol's Admin & Mahni combine to mix the sonics of Julio Bashmore with Om Unit beats and detuned hip-hop acapellas on the excellent "Formattin'". On an even more minimal yet deliciously tuneful vibe, "Next Universe" reminds of early Morgan Geist and his brilliantly twee electronic weirdness, while remixes from Kon, Magnum, Slick Shoota and Konga Konga add to a hugely impressive and forward-thinking release.
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03 Jul 11
Played by: Juno Recommends Uk Funky/Garage
Review: Speed garage label Bass Machine drop another excellent dose of blitzed beats in the shape of these new remixes of Agzamoff's "Badbwoy". J Jean & ATTOS connect the original with some hyped bassline styles, while Generator drops a more jack-house reworking whilst keeping the echoey vocals nicely in tact. Serg O's "Mega Blast" mix slots in nicely, thanks to some driving hats and claps, while DLRM goes all out for a punishing and severely hardcore dubstep treatment that's as brilliant as it is brutal.
16 Jul 11