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01 Mar 12
Played by: Juno Recommends Progressive House
14 Jun 10
06 May 13
Review: Although hailing from Russia, this young producer's heart defiantly resides in the UK. All aspects of UK underground, from The Chemicals to UKF, are his chief musical influences and it really shows in his productions. "Love 4 U" is all UK garage swing and perky house stabs. "My Baby" takes those stabs even further and mixes in some 2-step for a back in the day Ayia Napa feel. Remix-wise it's all about the cheap drum machine assault of Lojt's 4x4 version.
07 Jan 13
Review: Here we have a sizzling new two-tracker hot on the heels of the house and garage veteran's recent 'best of' collection. "I Love This City" is sumptuous disco-tinged retro-garage, which is filtered to within an inch of its life (to great effect). The 'deep dub mix' of "All Night Long" is a deeper and dreamier strain of house, while the 'JS Bumpy dub' tweaks the former into a perkier, snazzy-garage workout.
01 May 09
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01 Nov 11
Various - "Continuous DJ Mix - Club Asylum" (continuous DJ mix by Jeremy Sylvester & Club Asylum) - (54:59) 136 BPM
Jeremy Sylvester & Juice String & Club Asylum - "A Wah Do Dem" (feat Sicnis - Club Asylum vocal mix) - (4:49) 129 BPM
08 Oct 12
Played by: Young Hand
Review: Garage and house veteran, Jeremy Sylvester, has been banging out killer UK dance records since the early 90s. Now Urban Beats are reissuing his best stuff and this album features 11 tunes and a bonus DJ mix from the man himself. All the tunes here have aged extremely well; from the synth heavy hysterical-house workout of "No Longer Will I Be your Fool", to the sax-heavy garage anthem "Baby Ooh" via the disco-garage of "Don't Make Me Wait' and even Sylvester's own moody remix of Masterbuilders' "Man Cannot Rise".
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03 Jul 12
Played by: Smutlee, Lud Dub, Odiggity, DJ Cure (Aufect Recordings), Mike Hindle - Immersed Audio, Mike G, Sounds Of Sumo, Konnekt - Hot N Heavy
Review: Hailing from New Orleans, Jim E Stack certainly has plenty of dirty south swagger behind him on the rough and tough beat that defines "Bubble Boy", his offering to the Bodyhigh imprint. The snare comes rattling in a militaristic rattle while the bottom end stomps in that half-house lurch. There's plenty of diversion in the midrange as well, as woody panpipe imitations and more overtly electronic flourishes try to cool the tempestuous drums. For all their melodic intent though, this track is about the rhythm, and it comes weighing with an unstoppable intent.
12 May 10
Played by: Juno Recommends Bassline
31 May 10
16 Jul 12
Played by: Mike G
Review: French producer Martin Sauvage gets busy with an 808 and some fierce moodscapes on this excellent, forward-thinking EP - led by the excellent and moody "Human Race", which uses a galloping, Pearson Sound-esque rattle of snares to drive along an absorbing wash of abstract pads. "Bad Girl" reminds of Para One's recent excursion into Jimmy Edgar-esque techno funk, while the juke mix of "Human Race" is a glorious and fast rerub that doesn't disappoint.
31 Jan 10
18 May 12
Review: Following huge releases from Digi G'Alessio and Stabber in recent months, Crookers' Lucky Beard imprint comes through with another EP of weird and wonderful yet heavy bass hybrids. "Skills" takes a house structure and flips it round with its skeletal beats and vocal samples and thundering low-end, while "Crafting" takes 808 percussion and wraps it up in some moody bass rumble. "Thief", "Mage" and "Warrior" meanwhile opt for some dubstep-style half-time action, which despite their hip-hop shapes are undeniably heavy beasts.
29 May 12
Played by: Jc - Here And Now Recordings
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15 Nov 11
Review: Returning to LA's Friends of Friends imprint, Salva follows up his album with this fascinating mixed bag of an EP. "Yellobone" is undoubtedly the star of the show, capitalising on the house music Salva previously hinted at for a thoroughly deep and pumping, old school flavoured jam. It's incredibly accomplished for an artist who doesn't often go for such purist floor cuts. B Bravo lends his R&B flava to "Obsession", while "Komodo" snaps and cracks in a dubstep rhythm but with an almost trancey penchant to the synth. Essential.
21 Sep 10