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Midnight Man Handle
DABJ- 1216
25 Sep 15
Deep House
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Good Thing - (6:45) 123 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
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Electrolites - (7:13) 124 BPM
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Solange - (6:16) 128 BPM
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Wurx (live jam) - (5:32) 127 BPM
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Played by: Alkalino, Kiwi
Review: Glasgow's Dixon Avenue Basement Jams offer us some more of their proper straight up house vibes; the way they were intended! Big Miz is up this time around with Midnight Man Handle. "Good Things" gets straight down to business with its stomping, swing fuelled beat and buzzing organ leads, proudly proclaiming "I don't play around with girls like that!" Enough said. Next up the soulful deepness of "Electrolites" still packs a hefty punch and you'll need your fill of said enzymes after dancing up a sweat to this one. On the B side there's no more Mr. Nice Guy; "Solange" throws together nasty 303 acid, a manic cowbell and some truly disturbed samples. Finally "Wurx" sounds like more of a restrained warehouse techno jam with its huge synth line, booming and hissing 909 and truly dark atmosphere.
Safari Park Nonsense
DABJDIG 01
15 Jan 16
Deep House
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Foundations - (7:26) 125 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
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Morse Dance - (5:53) 125 BPM
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Urgent - (5:33) 127 BPM
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Winger - (6:11) 124 BPM
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Review: Dixon Avenue Basement Jams: accept no substitute. The Glasgow label brings back local lad Big Miz on Safari Park Nonsense, following up last year's brilliant Midnight Man Handle. First track "Foundations" is a snarling acid house jam with booming 808 rhythms and a vocal repeating the titles very refrain. "Morse Dance" is more traditional deep house fare that fits in with the current status quo while "Urgent" returns to the fierce 808 heavy house with US influences with some absolutely smashing male vocals. Finally "Winger" goes out all guns blazing and reintroducing some 303 groove and a shed load of swing and shuffle to boot.
The Bomb EP
DABJ 1222
19 May 17
Deep House
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The Bomb - (7:33) 128 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
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Sponk 900 - (6:10) 126 BPM
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You Lose - (6:46) 128 BPM
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Break The Law - (5:45) 128 BPM
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Review: Big Miz left the cherished bosom of the Dixon Avenue Basement Jams crew to guest on friend Wheelman's new Stereotone label. Here he returns to DABJ with his second solo single. Title track "The Bomb" is something of a killer, with Miz lacing a bouncy, funk-fuelled drum machine rhythm with wild but jazzy synth lines, warehouse-friendly stabs and bleep style electronics. Elsewhere, "Sponk 900" is a breathless, ghetto-house inspired slammer, while "You Lose" is a raw and wonky fusion of noisy but funky electronics and thrusting machine drums. "Break The Law", a more hypnotic but no less guttural jack-track reminiscent of early 2000s Chicago tech-house, completes a fine package.
In Basements Vol  1
DABJ 12- 17
29 Jan 16
Funky/Club House
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Hell House - (5:22) 117 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
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Fun House - (4:25) 124 BPM
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Joyrider - (4:00) 125 BPM
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I Finish - (3:46) 120 BPM
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Played by: Akio Imai
Review: Dixon Avenue Basement Jams has vowed to make 2016 their "most productive year to date". They've certainly started in impressive style, with this collection of drum machine driven, basement bothering box jams. It's the work of label "new boy" Casio Royale (we chuckled, at least), it wildly swings between clattering sweatiness and ragged, acid-flecked wildness. He starts with the relentless throb of "Hell House", before venturing into heavier territory with the distorted synths and clattering percussion of "Fun House". Flip for the 8-bit electronics, raging acid lines and fizzing rhythms of "Joyrider", and the undulating acid trip of the deliciously psychedelic "I Finish".
In Basements Vol 2
DABJ 1218
26 Feb 16
Techno
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Luna - (4:50) 120 BPM
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Rudderless - (5:09) 122 BPM
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Save It - (5:55) 128 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
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Sneakin Out - (5:44) 132 BPM
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Review: Dixon Avenue Basement Jams has vowed to make 2016 their "most productive year to date". They've certainly started in impressive style, with this collection of drum machine driven, basement bothering box jams. It's the work of label "new boy" Casio Royale (we chuckled, at least), it wildly swings between clattering sweatiness and ragged, acid-flecked wildness. He starts with the relentless throb of "Hell House", before venturing into heavier territory with the distorted synths and clattering percussion of "Fun House". Flip for the 8-bit electronics, raging acid lines and fizzing rhythms of "Joyrider", and the undulating acid trip of the deliciously psychedelic "I Finish".
Santini's Ghost EP
DABJ 1223
26 May 17
Techno
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Level 84 - (6:08) 122 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
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The Dam - (5:37) 127 BPM
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Rumble In The Bronx - (6:39) 127 BPM
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Raveform - (5:50) 130 BPM
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Tracks From The Posh End
DABJDIG 02
14 Jul 17
Techno
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Back To Basics - (5:51) 122 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
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What Ya Gonna - (8:05) 124 BPM
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Band Of Rubber - (5:47) 123 BPM
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Sunrize In Avalon - (7:16) 122 BPM
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Review: This is the second full Fear-E release on Dixon Avenue Basement Jams and brilliantly recalls the glory days of Detroit techno and Chicago house. "Back to Basics" revolves around a jacking rhythm and a predatory bass that support a sweaty vocal. It's a classy basement track. On "What Ya Gonna", the tempo moves up a few notches as steely percussion and minimal beats accompany a lo-fi bleep sequence and eerie rave stabs, while "Band of Rubber" is a noisy, muddy groove. None of them can compare to "Sunrize in Avalon" however, which sees Fear-E appropriate the kind of liquid acid-soaked deep techno that Nu Era used to specialise in.

Cabrini Green
DABJ 1202
04 Sep 15
Techno
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Housing Project - (5:45) 123 BPM
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Marvin - (6:55) 117 BPM
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Teetotal Acid - (5:43) 113 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
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Sealion Woman - (5:58) 133 BPM
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Review: Information on Marquis Hawkes is decidedly scant - the label are simply calling him a new boy - though the standard of production here makes us think he's either established name operating under an alias or in fact a newcomer finally given the platform to unleash his incendiary wares. Either way you really need to check this; the four tracks span tempos and rushing feelings, with the brushed-down knackered red line business of "Housing Project" contrasting nicely with the pitched down Strictly Rhythm deepness of "Marvin" on the A Side. "Teetotal Acid" is reminiscent of Funkineven's recent lysergic excursions while the best might be left till last in "Sealion Woman". A highlight of Pangaea's recent and thoroughly immense RA podcast, the track buries a killer sample deep beneath a mental ghetto house style percussion workout.
Higher Forces At Work
DABJ 1204
04 Sep 15
Deep House
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Higher Forces - (5:38) 114 BPM
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Automatic - (7:15) 111 BPM
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I Want You - (7:54) 120 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
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Divine Intervention - (6:09) 115 BPM
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Review: Higher Forces At Workfeatures the same kind of steady but deep take on the Dance Mania template by Marquis Hawkes as previously seen on his first release, "Higher Forces" kicks off with some simmering vocals, spring loaded metallic percussion and thick analog stabs, while "Automatic" provides a strung out basement jam whose elastic synth bass and finely chopped samples offer a fresh take on the well worn formula of low-slung disco. "I Want You" offers more shimmering disco deconstruction pushed forward by a raw, stripped back house beat and a savage bass undercarriage, while closer "Divine Intervention" pairs flanged percussion and a deep acid bassline gently interleaved with sun kissed pads. If Tiger & Woods and Parris Mitchell collaborated, the end result might sound something like this EP - which is no bad thing.
Sex, Drugs & House
DABJ 1208
04 Sep 15
Deep House
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Big Papa - (6:08) 121 BPM
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Get Yo Ass Off My Grass - (6:09) 125 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
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Acid Snowfall - (5:14) 123 BPM
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Hold On - (5:55) 129 BPM
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Played by: Rave-enka
Review: Having just coaxed more killer material out of that man from Marseille VernoN, Dixon Ave Basement Jams affect a swift return with a similarly hefty package from key artist Marquis Hawkes. The brashly titled Sex, Drugs & House EP maintains Dixon Avenue Basement Jams' position as the sole outlet for original Marquis Hawkes material, despite dalliances with Creme and the excellent Crow Castle Cuts in a remix capacity. The familial bond felt between DABJ and Hawkes evidently continues to inspire the masked producer as this EP contains some of his best work so far! "Get Yo Ass Off My Grass" is a particular highlight and already stands aside "Sealion Woman" as our favourite production in the Marquis Hawkes canon.
Feed The Beast
DABJ 1210
04 Sep 15
Deep House
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Honey Kisses - (6:30) 123 BPM
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Let's Do It - (6:26) 124 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
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House Is My Castle - (5:50) 121 BPM
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Roger Funk - (7:00) 119 BPM
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Played by: Alioscia mele
Review: It only seems like a few months ago that Dixon Avenue Basement Jams appeared out of nowhere, brandishing some brash ghetto-flecked house business from some unknown called Marquis Hawkes on a vividly colourful debut. But look here the Glaswegian label are racking double figures on the DABJ cat no scale and celebrating in requisite fashion with some fresh hotness from the now Berlin-based Hawkes housed in a label tote bag. Having established a sound across his previous DABJ releases, it's nice to see Hawkes try and succeed with something a bit different here. Lead cut "Honey Kisses" is on a blessed carnival tip and pushed forth by some killer broken beat programming, whilst "Let's Do It" is an ascendant slab of piano-flecked boogie house. Face down and "House Is My Castle" is more familiar MH fare, slipping into 303rd gear for some hollowed out acid house whilst "Roger Funk" is on a killer freestyle tip.
Communing With Ghosts EP
DABJ 1221
17 Jun 16
Techno
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Pheo Acid - (6:57) 130 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
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Acid River - (6:50) 127 BPM
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Smartbar Acid - (5:47) 123 BPM
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Communing With Ghosts - (5:35) 127 BPM
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Review: Glasgow imprint Dixon Avenue Basement Jams are really on a roll at the moment aren't they! After some great releases by the likes of Casio Royale and Big Miz they now present the return of Detroit producer Jared Wilson, who last appeared for the label back in 2012. The Communing With Ghosts EP features "Pheo Acid" which is a dark and epic 303 excursion that will no doubt appeal to hardcore fans of the classic Chicago sound. "Acid River" (getting the theme now?) is more restrained with the relentless squelch of that little silver box, but still pumps along at a nice pace. On the flip we've next got "Smartbar Acid" which we really can imagine sounds like a night up at the infamous Windy City institution. Finally the title track might break the pattern of names thus far but not the sound (thankfully) and it's definitely the most high octane acid track on here that would make even DJ Pierre himself stand up and notice.
Enter The Sponk
DABJ- 1224
12 May 17
Techno
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Slurrp Dat - (6:26) 130 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
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TYF - (7:00) 126 BPM
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Klear That Path - (8:08) 127 BPM
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Slippers On The Dancefloor - (7:10) 128 BPM
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Played by: Steve Pain
X-Mod EP
DABJ-1225
12 May 17
Techno
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X-Mod - (7:11) 125 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
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Bang It - (5:38) 125 BPM
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Drive MF - (4:22) 125 BPM
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Played by: Djs Pareja
Review: Chiwax welcomes DJ Haus aka Rupert Cogan (the hardest working man in show business!) head of Uttu & Hot Haus Records. He teams up with Mak & Pasteman here on this killer EP. He's released already on the respected Clone Jack for Daze series, Creme Organization and of course his own imprints to name a few. The new three tracker comes around in good Dance Mania style. Chicago House meets UK Garage. First it is the early rave of "X-Mod" reflecting a love of all things early Plus 8, while "Bang It" continues on with some Relief Records style Chicago hard house shenanigans the relentless jack-attach-drum-track that is "Drive MF".
Turk
DABJ 1211
04 Sep 15
Deep House
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Estate - (3:56) 122 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
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Fear - (3:56) 122 BPM
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Fumble - (4:34) 126 BPM
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Sorry - (5:41) 118 BPM
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Review: After a summer off to bask in the props for their superb Essential Mix, the Dixon Avenue Basement Jams crew engage label mode once again with this 11th release an introduction to new artist Modini. As with a good majority of artists involved on DABJ, there is next to no information out there on Modiini (take the search engine challenge if you want) but really does it matter when the material on display is this good? There's an obvious reverence for classic Chicago tropes at play throughout, though lead cut "Estate" is the sort of thing you can see Erol Alkan dropping for sure. "Fear" is pretty darn excellent; veering off into abstract Green Velvet meets Mo Fulton territory and Modini gets even rowdier on the flip with the peak time squelcher "Fumble".
Tart EP
DABJ 1215
04 Sep 15
Minimal/Tech House
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Budgie - (4:29) 122 BPM
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Romance - (4:44) 123 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
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Europa - (4:20) 115 BPM
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Cisco - (4:05) 126 BPM
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Review: Last year's Turk 12" from the unheralded production unit was one of our favourite releases on the Glasgow label (and yours too on the basis of how swiftly it sold out) so it's great to see him/her/them back with some fresh cuts. The four cuts on Tart EP suggests Modini have been expanding their production focus, with an acid heavy rendition of Modern Romance's "Salsa Rapsody" the highlight of the A-side. On the flip, the riotous "Cisco" sits somewhere between ghetto house rowdiness and the sub loving throb of UK bassline, whilst "Europa" veers off into jittery Italo disco territory. The more versatile DJs will love this one.
Drum Patter
DABJ 1205
04 Sep 15
Deep House
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Bumbling Muppet - (6:28) 126 BPM
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Foam Suit - (7:20) 127 BPM
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Pols - (7:32) 119 BPM
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Triggers Drum - (6:09) 125 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
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Review: The tried and tested DABJ formula of banging house sounds from unknown quantities perfect for sweaty little basement spaces is adhered to here - if it's aint broke don't fix it right? Who O.D.D. is remains unclear, but the four tracks on his/her/their (delete as appropriate) Drum Patter EP demonstrate an appreciation of slanted and slamming ghetto house music similar to previous DABJ contributor Marquis Hawkes. "Foam Suit" stands out as a detuned, unhinged delight and alongside "Pols" is reminiscent of Gerd's recent modern take on the classic Dancemania sound as Geeeman.
DABJ Allstars Vol 3
DABJ 12- 20
05 Aug 16
Techno
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ODD - "Stew" - (7:00) 125 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
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Modini - "Throbbing Thistle" - (4:12) 126 BPM
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Casio Royale - "The Rhythm" - (4:51) 133 BPM
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Casio Royale - "Work This" - (3:37) 131 BPM
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Review: A third session of DABJ all-stars is upon us with supreme club cut outs from ODD, Neil Landstrumm's Modini collaboration and Casio Royale, who at this stage have only ever released with this label. ODD's "Stew" is a classic Roland drum track with dubby acid flecks thrown in for good measure while Modini turn up the heat with an electrifying peak-time banger with a rather amusing title in "Throbbing Thistle" - plus some retro-rave throwbacks. Casio Royale's double dropping B-side serves up a Geeman-like "Rubberband" styled track with "The Rhythm" while "Work This" is this 12"s sweaty hit with a production you could imagine going off at Ron Hardy's Muzik Box.
Sulta Selects Vol 1
DABJ 1212
04 Sep 15
Deep House
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AAS (Nite & Day mix) - (6:11) 126 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
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AALAS - (6:38) 130 BPM
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Saturday Nite - (5:01) 134 BPM
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Review: Whilst Marquis Hawkes is off being wooed by the likes of Creme Organization and Houndstooth, Dixon Avenue Basement Jams keep their sights squared on the lesser known names with their latest release a debut for Denis Sulta. Apparently an alias for a long time friend of Glasgow institution Rubadub, Sulta's cuts have been soundtracking the summer sets from the DABJ label bosses, Jackmaster and JD Twitch and the chance to scoop them up should not be missed. There's an element of cheek present from the off here, with the mangled treatment of an Oliver Cheatam classic on "Saturday Nite" our personal favourite.
LA Ruffgarden
DABJ 1214
04 Sep 15
Minimal/Tech House
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LA Ruffgarden (Terrace mix) - (5:49) 126 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
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Duh Yuh Luv Meh - (5:49) 129 BPM
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She Make Me Feel (Like I Never Sinned) - (7:28) 122 BPM
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Review: Ruffgarden is Sulta's second release on Scottish label Dixon Avenue and it is very much in keeping with the imprint's quest to put out 'raw shit'. In this instance, it's mainly music inspired from 90s house and techno. "She Make Me Feel Like I Never Sinned" is a drum-heavy affair littered with samples - including sax stabs and Middle Eastern motifs - alongside nifty filtering. "Duh Yuh Luv Meh" is more pacey and combines the skipping rhythm of 2-step and a repetitive vocal sample. Best of all though is the title track, where Sulta unites the steely rhythms of Mark Broom with the widescreen synths of Carl Craig for a euphoric techno workout.
Trixxter EP
DABJ 1213
04 Sep 15
Deep House
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Trixxter - (5:05) 120 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
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Intramountains - (7:36) 120 BPM
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Xanadu - (9:22) 123 BPM
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Review: Having debuted on Dixon Avenue Basement Jams as part of the Glasgow label's DABJ Allstars Vol.1 last year, Texan Gavin Guthrie returns for duty here with a full record as TX Connect. There's a strobe-friendly feel throughout this DABJammer, as the producer joins the dots between acid house and fluorescent techno, with a few hints of early '90s rave thrown in. This is most obvious on the title track, which expertly fuses a wobbly acid line, ricocheting drum machine hits and a nagging, early '90s riff. "Intramountains" comes swaddled in stormy sound effects, cloaking its hissing rhythms with foreboding techno stabs and backwards samples. As for "Xanadu", it's a deliciously rough-and-ready chunk of late night acid jack.
DABJ Allstars Vol 1
DABJ 1207
04 Sep 15
Techno
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TX Connect - "TX Acid" - (6:56) 124 BPM
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CT Trax - "Redline" - (4:39) 125 BPM
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CT Trax - "Jack Attack" - (4:15) 130 BPM
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TX Connect - "Ghetto 972" - (6:20) 129 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
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Played by: Steve Pain, Trevor Benz
Review: Following essential cuts from Jared Wilson, Marquis Hawkes, Vernon and O.D.D, Dixon Avenue Basement Jams present their first various artists release, the self-explanatory DABJ Allstars Vol 1. Two unheralded names share the billing for this one, TX Connect and CT Trax; the former delivers "TX Acid", a tuff 303 jam for sweaty basements, and "Ghetto 972", a slamming piece of house with its eye on the more raucous end of the 90s, while CT Trax presents "Redline", a driving techno belter filled with phased synths, and the standout "Jack Attack", which distils classic Dance Mania down to its most primal rhythmic elements. Probably the most ferocious missive from the Buckfast loving crew yet - essential!
DABJ Allstars Vol 2
DABJ- 1219
25 Mar 16
Deep House
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Denis Sulta - "TIME 4 PRAYER" - (5:21) 128 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
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Fear E - "Candi's Quadra" - (6:52) 120 BPM
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CT Trax - "Walk For Me" - (4:46) 125 BPM
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CT Trax - "Toxic" - (4:44) 127 BPM
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Review: Following the success of their first all-star EP, Dixon Avenue Basement Jams has once again assembled the crew for a second throw-down. Dennis Sutra goes for the jugular on opener "TIME 4 PRAYER", where ghetto-house style cut-up vocal snippets ride a thumping, 128 BPM groove, while "Fear E" reaches for the classic house vocal samples on the low-slung warehouse jack of "Candi's Quadra". Speaking of jack-tracks, you'll struggle to find more muscular thrills than the fuzzy electronics, stomping beats and hedonistic intent of CT Trax's "Walk For Me". The same outfit's surging acid jam, "Toxic", pulls down the curtain on another killer DABJ release.
Chicken Dance
DABJ 1203
04 Sep 15
Deep House
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Low Control (original mix) - (4:44) 116 BPM
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She Can Dance - (6:05) 124 BPM
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The Smoking Hat - (4:59) 117 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
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Low Control (Fudge Fingas 808 mix) - (8:03) 121 BPM
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Review: Yet another unknown name lines the third release from Dixon Avenue Basement Jams; and just like Marquis Hawkes before him, the unheralded VernoN ensures the Glasgow label's run of deep seated heat continues unfettered. The four track Chicken Dance dovetails nicely with the aforementioned Hawkes DABJ drop, locking onto a deeper approach to the jacking sound across three original productions. The title track is the undoubted highlight here, whilst the distinct Oompa Loompas on the 303 vibe of "The Smoking Hat" had a real marmite effect on the Juno office. Kudos to DABJ for reaching out to Edinburgh label Firecracker and borrowing the undeniable talents of Fudge Fingas for a 808 heavy remix of "Low Control".
New Beats
DABJ 1209
04 Sep 15
Funky/Club House
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Dark River - (5:51) 120 BPM
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Awakening In Antwerp - (7:13) 125 BPM
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Belgium Stance - (6:22) 125 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
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55 Rules - (5:14) 124 BPM
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Review: It's been a rollercoaster year for Vernon as his explosion on the scene has ridden the crest of the Dixon Avenue Basement Jams assault on po-faced dance music. Without once becoming trashy the techincolour dazzle of his synth work bursts out of New Beats, demanding you sit up and pay attention. There's plenty of different moods on offer, from the loping swinging acid of "Dark River" to the peak-time thrust of "Awakening In Antwerp"s new beat laced electro-techno. The best moments come on the flipside though, from the taut drum sex of "Belgium Stance" to the searching funk of "55 Rules".
How To Travel The Universe (Without A Flying Saucer)
DABJ 1206
04 Sep 15
Minimal/Tech House
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Ignition - (5:09) 125 BPM
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One Night In Tanzania - (6:24) 127 BPM
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How To Build A Pyramid - (6:30) 126 BPM
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Nightmares - (6:50) 127 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
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Review: The mysterious 'man from Marseille' VernoN contributes a second single of rattling, unhinged techno for Glasgow's excellent Dixon Avenue Basement Jams and we think this might be the best release from the label yet! With a title like How To Travel The Universe (Without A Flying Saucer)it's definitely the best named DABJ platter thus far. Musically, the four tracks here build on the instant gratification of VernoN's debut missive, if anything showing a tougher side to the Frenchman. "One Night In Tanzania" is perhaps the stand out track, nestling snugly in the interzone between deep and deranged whilst "How To Buiild A Pyramid" and "Nightmares" sit steadfastly in the latter camp. The former is all jagged acid lines shooting out in various directions amidst cascading drums whilst the latter is pure jacking intensity.
Unknown Desires
DABJ 1201
04 Sep 15
Electro House
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Why Trust - (9:34) 128 BPM
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Unknown Desires - (5:46) 123 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
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Challenging Shadows - (3:49) 127 BPM
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Review: Dixon Avenue Basement Jams presents three analogue power cuts from Detroit acid don, Jared Wilson as its first release! "Why Trust" is a militant 303 jam that keeps building energy right until its closure. Following this, we have "Unknown Desires", which also uses acid as its main ingredient but does so more subtly and applies raw, unforgiving drum machine percussions around it. Finally, "Challenging Shadows" slows the pace down to form a beautiful, New York style electro-reminiscent house jam.
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