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02 Apr 12
UK Funky/UK Garage
28 Jul 08
10 Jul 08
Played by: Digital Filth
02 Nov 09
26 Apr 10
Played by: Greg Churchill, Mj Cole, Igrock, Juno Recommends Electro House, Atm Magazine, Loose Cannons, Reset!
Review: Only 22 but already a major player in global electro, Foamo builds on his growing reputation with "Jookie". Following his mixes of La Roux, Diplo and Laidback Luke, a huge collaboration with Lee Mortimer (not to mention last year's "Wardance" single), "Jookie" has blaring horns, high pitched wobble and some huge rises that work up to one of the biggest things he's ever done. Just as huge is "Centavo" which combines a tropical-house beat with some delicious low-end business. A perfect double-tracker from a man taking huge strides with every release.
11 Jul 11
Review: The second instalment of Foamo's space Summer Series, "Vibrations" once again sees the Fat! resident blur the lines in a thrilling way. A mix of 2-step beats, 90s house organs, old-skool drum hits and garagey vocals, "Vibrations" is a true heavyweight that proves just how versatile and genre-bending Foamo can be. Perfect for fans of all strains of house music.
07 Jun 10
UK Funky/UK Garage
Review: Following on from Foamo's slamming "Jookie" single, Highbloo and Warrior One get given the remix duties and turn in a pair of blinders. Highbloo funks up "Jookie" with some popping popcorn synths while filtering the original's brass deftly - similar to Boy 8-Bit's fusion of tech sounds and funky patterns. Warrior One drops the Amen break at an electro tempo on "Centavo" and works it into a hugely riotous and energetic mix, boosted by some deep bass and climbing synths.