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Played by: DJ Rudd, Fuzzbox Inc, Valique, Chudy, Trotter, Juno Recommends Breakbeat, Juno Recommends Funky House, Freddy Love, Tosses & Varvez, Eric Rug
Review: Jalapeno apply a little label synergy and hook Featurecast up with their golden-larynxed crooner John Turrell. The end result teeters on edge of ballad in the best possible way; soft keys, silky guitars and a smooth soothing groove. Serious bar, beach or bedtime material. Remixwise Featurecast adds his own funk mix before handing over duties to Heavyfeet (jacking house with nice speed garage undertones) and Psychemagik (trippy, cosmic and timeless). Beautiful stuff.
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Played by: Spinforth, Roast Beatz, Manmade / Cmc-Silenta, All Good Funk Alliance, Actual Sounds, Juno Recommends Breakbeat, The Funk Hunters, Rory Hoy, DJ Jimi Needles, Ez Icarus, Essex Groove, Funk And Filth, Bialson Hajsy
Review: There are various ways to apply pressure to your dancefloor. You could turn the venue into a vacuum, you could drop one of those comedy (but deadly) 100 tonne anvils on the floor OR you could drop this - a nu-funk swagger basher with cute shades of electro on the bass and a silver-tongue, almost Q-Tip style, rap from Imagine This; it's perfectly pressurised and comes danger-free! Remix-wise Funkanomics add a little P-funk to proceedings, the ever-cool Skeewif goes for more of a classic low-swung funk rub while WBBL hurl a whole barrel of squidgy bass at us. Apply this to your dancefloor today!
01 Feb 05
Played by: Big M Productions (Big M Bootie)
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Review: Four supercharged electro-breaks standouts courtesy of the Drop The World label, and a quartet of ace producers united on this new EP. Justin Faze elicits huge, octave-straddling chords and epic builds on the winning "Tigers Blood", while William Van Dyke's "Here It Go" goes for classic chunky breakbeat drum hits over a wild, rising synth riff. Curtis B gets low and filthy on his bass-busting mix of Lucky Date's "Grind On Me", featuring some of the stickiest vocal hooks heard in a long while, while on his own "Keep On Movin'", Curtis channels old-school hip-hop thanks to long-time cohort Whiskey Pete's streetwise rhymes.
01 Mar 10
Review: Three hell-raising Cornish DJs who clearly put their love of partying into their tunes, the Freerange DJs are back with a bang with Back To The Old Jack.
Their original mix has plenty of turbo fuel in it's tank, combining a crunchy acid-line and some powerful and punchy drums. A peak-time Breaks tune, it also has scratches and cuts by the barrel full, with all manner of old-skool samples dropped in to keep the crowds on their toes.
Fellow Cornwall-dweller Rektchordz turns in a strong remix, with plenty of Techy attitude and some brilliantly structured off-kilter rhythms that really make it stand out. Tokyo's Eshericks also turns in a blinder, working in a tempo-dip that'll make it an invaluable battle weapon for DJ's looking to switch tempos and styles in a classy way. Anyone familiar with duo Quadrat Beat will know they don't take any prisoners, and their mix takes the original and turns the rinse-factor all the way up to 10!
With Dom Almond's pounding mix rounding off the set, these will blatantly be lodged in people's sets for months - get involved as soon as possible.
30 Nov 10
01 Dec 05
Played by: Rory Hoy