|MY CURRENCY: USD | MY COUNTRY: USA|
Features the latest dance music news, interviews, music and tech reviews, podcasts & more...Visit Juno Plus
DJ & STUDIO EQUIPMENT
Massive range of equipment and accessories for DJs and studio use.Visit Juno DJ
VINYL & CDs
The world's largest dance music store featuring the most comprehensive selection of new and back catalogue dance music Vinyl and CDs online.Visit Juno Records
02 Jul 12
Review: This is an intriguing EP all round. Penned by Melbourne-based producers Moses and Soup under their Cumbia Cosmonauts moniker, Tribal Amazonica mixes the distinctive rhythms of Cumbia with the cut-up electro pulse of Buraka Son Sistema and the raw power of contemporary bass music. It's a unique but irresistible combination, particularly on the Man Recordings-ish title track, which should impress the likes of Sinden and Gilles Peterson. The Cero39 remix of "Troposphere" switches to triple time and sounds like some mental global fusion, but it's undeniably fun. There are also two free taster tracks, too, including the delightful melodies and cut-up riddims of "Cumbia Theme".
05 Dec 11
Review: With its "Township Funk" style bleep melody, robust electro-kuduro rhythms and granite-thick bass, "Lwanda" sounds like a dancefloor showdown between DJ Mujava and Buraka Som Sistema. It's perhaps unsurprising, then, that the latter have been giving this EP plenty of support. "Show Me" uses similarly African influenced percussion, but switches the melody for synths that scream "rave". Excitingly, there's also a great free track in the shape of "Animals", which offers naggingly addictive hooks and rhythms in a similar vein to the explosive title track. Booming.
14 Jan 11
Played by: Juno Recommends Uk Funky/Garage
19 Jul 10
12 Aug 10
25 May 12
Review: There have been whispers of an album from fast rising UK producer Hackman for some time now, and though it's yet to arrive, this free download should give some indication as to its direction. "Forgotten Notes" perhaps shows the producer at his most melancholic, combining bittersweet keys and mournful vocals with some deep bass. But don't let that deceive you - it's still filled with the upbeat garage flutter, and packs more colour into four minutes than the scores of house-influenced bass pretenders that are following in his wake.
08 Nov 10
19 Mar 12
Review: We're not entirely sure who Slick Shoota is - or, indeed, whether he is actually a well-groomed marksman - but this EP is packed with urgent, energetic future garage grooves. Both "Love You You You" and "8 Bit Beauty" combine choppy vocal samples, classic garage sounds and steppy, hip-wigglin' rhythms to great effect. "Hit The Flow" delivers a stomping UK funky excursion with a thrilling slo-mo breakdown, while free track (yep, you can download it for nothing) "Eye Turn Red" is three minutes of edit-happy garage bounce. The heavy tropical drums and classic garage vocals of "Beby" complete a catchy package.
21 Mar 11
Review: After hugely enjoying releases such as "Hold It Down" and "Get Away", we're pleased that Submerse and Resketch have treated us to another killer set of tunes in the form of the Distance EP. The dreamy beauty of the title track is pepped up by dynamic beats that flit between jacking 4/4 kicks and tricksy 2-step shuffles, while the ambiguity of Submerse's "Never Again" is simply stunning - with the soft, echoey textures letting the crisp future-garage beats shine through. Resketch's "Freefall" and "Tides of Change" are more upbeat and lively (check out the vibraphone wig-out on the latter tune) whilst still retaining a deep ambient feel.
07 Jan 13
Played by: DJ Cure (Aufect Recordings)
Review: Wonderfully titled label Slime was founded in 2010 with the firm intent to 're-capture the wide-eyed thrill of the first age of rave'. Since then they have put out a multitude of forward thinking releases all leading to this, their second label compilation. Literally bulging with underground goodness, the tracklist weighs in at 26 full-length tunes (plus a free one!). Highlights of all this madness include the sparse 2 step of "Jaded" by Akin, the twitching, percussive "Sunwan" by SPD, the dreamy 3am RnB vibes of "Communication" by Totte, the deeply seductive rimshot house of DYP's "Vices" and the ominous rave of "There's No Way" by Frequent Flyers.
06 May 13
23 May 11
Played by: Klipar
16 Feb 13
11 Jul 11
Played by: Hybu, Wildlife!, Juno Recommends Uk Hardcore, Kingsin, Mike Hindle - Immersed Audio, Sounds Of Sumo, Kry Wolf
Review: Sounds of Sumo present this rather stush remix package from the intriguingly monikered Whole Sick, which has already been gaining favour with electro house cognoscenti Crookers, Douster, DJ Ma1 and Brenmar. Arcade, First Down and Click all serve up remixes of a "Little Longer" - it's the mutant late night bass of First Down's version that ticks our boxes - while Murlo, Mak & Pasteman and First Down (again) tweak "Voodoo". Tropical rhythms abound!
11 Oct 10
09 Feb 10
Played by: Oli Lazarus (Reel People/Papa)
02 Nov 09
13 May 11
Played by: Juno Recommends Hip Hop/R&b
02 Nov 12
08 May 12
Played by: Juno Recommends Uk Funky/Garage
09 Sep 12
29 Oct 12
03 Feb 11
31 Aug 10
09 Nov 08
10 Jun 11