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19 Mar 07
Ben Watt - "Lone Cat (Holding On)" (Dennis Ferrer and Steve Martinez Special re-rub) - (6:28) 125 BPM
Played by: Husky (Random Soul)
25 Feb 13
Played by: The Funk Hunters
Review: Justin Martin and Eats Everything on Hypercolour; it's got to be big, right? Certainly, "Feather Fight" has all the makings of a big dancefloor hit, from foreboding, siren-boasting build-ups and loose but sturdy drums, to bassbin-bothering garage sub and Todd Edwards-ish vocal cut-ups. It also takes about four minutes to drop, by which point you'll be ready to raise your arms skyward while whooping and hollering like an American college student. "Harpy" attempts to repeat the trick, pairing touchy-feely deep house pads and melodies with dirty bassline pressure. Like the (virtual) A-side, it should wreak havoc on dancefloors around the globe.
13 Jun 11
16 Oct 12
Played by: Vision Collective, Pete Dafeet, Smutlee, Lifecycle, Grant Nelson, Wascal, Blacksoul, Ricky Simmonds (DJ Rsi), All Good Funk Alliance, Juno Recommends Deep House, Juno Recommends Drum & Bass, Tim Livingstone, Tiesto, Hxdb, DJ Cure (Aufect Recordings), Ave Blaste, King Jackal, Sasha, Manikan, Jay Lumen, Noir, Paolo Madzone Zampetti, Sounds Of Sumo, Lucent, Allmostt, Marc Romboy, Dusky
Review: A candidate for house music's album of the year, Ghettos & Gardens gets six treatments that upkeep the sonic standard Justin originally set this summer. The standout rub - for its uptempo cheekiness alone - is Bachelors Of Science's ace half-step/double time switches on the album title track, but each of these reversions sparkles in its own special way. From Catz n Dogz's added melancholy on "Butterflies" to Danny Daze's classic acid house injection on "The Gurner", this is an exemplary lesson in how to nail a remix. Very impressive if you consider how spotless the originals are.
18 Dec 12
Justin Martin, Leroy Peppers - "Riding Spaceships" (Shadow Child In Search of 94 mix) - (5:01) 114 BPM
Played by: Smutlee, Neon Steve, Alkalino, Juno Recommends Minimal/Tech House, Tim Livingstone, Aka Tell (A.g.trio), Coyu, Jay Lumen, Metrik, Roger Sanchez, Eats Everything, Natural High
Review: The second instalment in this remix series varies wildly in sound and tempo. At one end of the spectrum there are the trance horror riffs and organic, high-speed break beats of Shadow Child's 'In Search of 94' version of "Riding Spaceships". It faithfully replicates the sound of ambient jungle and is in stark contrast to the sweet vocal house of Tanner Ross' take on "The Gurner". There's house of a harder, tougher persuasion here too on the slamming beats and heavy filtering of Pezzner's Water Mammal version of "Molokini", but it can't compare to the tearing low end and enormous wall of spiralling acid that Claude Von Stroke brings on his version of the title track.
26 Nov 08
16 May 11
07 Nov 05
22 May 12
UK Funky/UK Garage
Played by: Santero, Smutlee, Lifecycle, Mental Overdrive, Odiggity, Monkey Beats, Tom Central, Ricky Simmonds (DJ Rsi), Dominic Martin Aka Domsko), Flash Atkins, Mooqee, Juno Recommends Uk Funky/Garage, Pan-Pot, Hxdb, The Funk Hunters, Shouts!, Greenmoney, Urban Knights, Liz-E, D3adl1ne, Rack N Ruin, Nhan Solo, Soul Clap, Black Butter Records, Zombie Nation, Laidback Luke, Natural High
Review: Having made his debut on Claude Von Stroke's Dirtybird way back in 2005, multi-talented San Fran electro-bass producer Justin Martin makes his full-length debut with this excellent LP. Luckily for fans of last year's excellent, juke-influenced collaboration with Ardalan, "Lezgo", there's a VIP mix included here that makes for a bigger, more building rerub, while Martin also does a great job covering Goldie's seminal "Kemistry" - adding some real venom and bite in the process. Look out for the deep and twisting "Ruff Stuff" and the syrupy "Night Calling" too.
26 Oct 08
Played by: Justin Martin