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Stay Safe
Good Morning - (5:40) 80 BPM
Hum - (4:46) 81 BPM
Distances - (4:48) 80 BPM
Follow - (4:04) 80 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Max Speed - (2:27) 107 BPM
Played by: Juno Download
Review: Bringing together sounds from LA's beat scene in "Max Speed" to the fairy floss synths and footwork of "Good Morning", you'll find epic chord progressions in "Follow" next to the abstract drum patterns and mellow keys of "Hum". An album that lands somewhere between Flying Lotus, Hudson Mohawke and Kode 9, get your final slice of UK inspired bliss from the emotive club and trance semantics of "Distances".
GSTR 085
08 Feb 21
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Rolled Notes & Anecdotes
Jonny Megabyte & RT1MC - "Rolled Notes & Anecdotes" - (3:33) 153 BPM
Jonny Megabyte - "SmokeOnItMon" - (3:14) 80 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Jonny Megabyte & RT1MC - "Freestyle Heat" - (3:27) 84 BPM
Jonny Megabyte - "QVC Is My HBO" - (3:15) 157 BPM
Jonny Megabyte & RT1MC - "Hunstanton Warriors" - (3:33) 153 BPM
Jonny Megabyte - "Falling In Love" - (3:25) 107 BPM
Review: Good Street have landed somewhat of a gem with this one as they invite the collaborative forces of Jonny Megabyte and RT1MC inside for a six track bonanza, kicking off with the haunted, unpredictable flavours of the title track 'Rolled Notes & Anecdotes'. Next, 'SmokeOnItMon' sees Megabyte roll out solo for a melancholic piece of harmonic design, with 'Freestyle Heat' seeing the RT1MC returning for more rave-ready vocal work. Next, 'QVC Is My HBO' takes us down a somewhat euphoric road, before 'Hunstanton Warriors' takes us back down a gloomy alley of sound. Finally, Megabyte's solo outro on 'Falling In Love' sees out the project in style, glistening in colourful vibes from start to finish, lovely!
GSTR 084
20 Jul 20
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Poverty - (3:08) 160 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Without Fear - (3:01) 160 BPM
Without Pain - (3:13) 160 BPM
Red Kaki - (4:36) 85 BPM
Review: It's time to get experimental here as we take a peek at release number 80 from the Good Street imprint, into which they invite Marc OFX for a journey through 160BPM's unexplored landscape with an EP entitled 'Colorz'. From track one we can tell we are in for something completely different as 'Poverty' switches between footwork style drum patterns and explicit breakbeat interludes, before we sample the dubwise reverberations of 'Without Fear'. Next up, we explore the more stripped back arrangements and hypnotic chime leads of 'Without Pain' before finishing up the project strongly with the super experimental drum arrangements and unusually melodic emphasis of 'Red Kaki'. A very interesting listen from start to finish...
GSTR 080
03 Jan 19
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Lullaby - (3:43) 107 BPM
All Night (feat Pur:Pur) - (3:43) 108 BPM
I Miss U - (3:42) 107 BPM
Drunk (feat JABY POT) - (3:41) 107 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
GSTR 078
15 Oct 18
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Just Like Dat
Thick Girls - (3:44) 103 BPM
Smell It Through The Bag - (3:29) 81 BPM
I Wanna Bang - (4:54) 76 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
It's Lit - (3:58) 77 BPM
I'm Tight - (4:46) 156 BPM
GSTR 077
23 May 18
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Feet Can Do The Work
Giovanni Marks - "Horseshoes" (SR388 remix) - (3:24) 107 BPM
Thavius Beck - "Bitches Dancing" (SR388 remix) - (2:48) 107 BPM
No More Continues (feat Orko Eloheim) - (3:15) 107 BPM
Horses Vote Nay - (2:21) 80 BPM
Feet Can Do The Work (feat Keliomer) - (3:27) 107 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Awake At Night I (feat Riddlore And Giant) - (4:06) 100 BPM
Awake At Night I (LB Sand remix) - (2:18) 70 BPM
No More Continues (feat Orko Eloheim - The Whateverly Brothers remix) - (5:27) 80 BPM
GSTR 076
02 Apr 18
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Higher Levels
Buoyant Jarvis - (4:47) 83 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Higher Levels - (5:33) 83 BPM
The Departed - (3:17) 110 BPM
GSTR 075
07 Mar 18
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The Music Was Always There
Pink Pills - (4:48) 80 BPM
Flap - (4:25) 80 BPM
Bleep - (3:30) 81 BPM
Dreams In E Minor - (3:18) 80 BPM
Review: With this one we take a vibrant journey down the avenues of Footwork as genre pioneers Good Street team up with Leeds City's own Fekix for an electric four tracker. Straight from the off on "Dreams In E Minor" we hear Fekix's compositional soundscaping come into play, with sweeping synth harmonies over rapidfire, nintendo like drum patterns. On "Pink Pills" there is immediate switch up, with distinctive horn sections and snares convulsing around a half time arrangement. Following this "Flap" takes the form of a liquid influenced drum and bass track, complete with emotive piano melodies and subtle vocal stabs. Everything is then rounded off in good fashion with "Bleep", a high energy roller which returns to the original themes of explosive soundscaping and cinematic arrangement.
GSTR 074
07 Feb 18
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One Way Ticket - (3:36) 80 BPM
L2 - (4:03) 80 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
MF Cash - (4:18) 80 BPM
When I'm Alone - (4:51) 80 BPM
PTS - (3:18) 80 BPM
Home Is Where The Arp Is - (4:51) 80 BPM
Stranger Than Fantazy - (3:39) 80 BPM
Played by: Sun People
Review: DJ Ends stops by alongside the Good Street imprint for a solid seven track project entitled 'PTS'. Overall this project takes an interesting look at the rapidly developing juke movement, but with a much more melodically pleasing approach than your average producer. Through well crafted synthesisers and crispy drum patterns, DJ Ends lays down an overall super solid body of work. Without a doubt our highlights of the EP are the spaced out 'L2' which takes you on a synthesised musical journey, and the fantastically unpredictable 'Hope Is Where The Arp Is' which focuses on rolling filtration and catchy breakbeat patterns.
GSTR 073
12 Dec 17
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New Track City: Volume Two
Peace Offering - (2:36) 80 BPM
S.O.B - (3:16) 107 BPM
Take A Hit - (3:00) 107 BPM
We Made It (Equalized Anthem) - (3:00) 80 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Review: Chicago's EQ WHY is a veritable footwork don in every sense of the word. He has appeared on pretty much any label worth mentioning across the genre, and he's back with the second instalment of New Track City for the ever-impressive Good Street. Not only is the label a powerhouse in the footwork/juke domain, but they also know which artists to recruit in terms of pushing the genre ot its very limits. "Peace Offering" does exactly that, thanks to an off-pace beat and sporadic melodic waves, whereas "S.O.B" gets rid of kick drums altogether, preferring to operate with the help of intricate percussion stutters. "Take A Hit" is a beautifully filtered, almost jazzy wave of snappy beats and 1930's vocals, a blend which has surely never crossed paths until now, and "We Made It" drops some funky-ass bass onto a broken beat pushed forth by evocative rap vocals with a curbside manner. BIG.
GSTR 072
09 Oct 17
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Let Me Bump - (3:25) 155 BPM
Hear Me - (4:09) 107 BPM
On My Skin - (3:24) 107 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Let Me Bump (Londy remix) - (4:24) 80 BPM
Review: Spain (Rootless) meets Denmark (Malou Morkeberg) via UK (Good Street), Rootless and Malou follow up their Iberian Juke collab debut earlier this year. Setting phasers to sunset and vibes to stun, "Let Me Bump" flexes its G muscles over lilting dreaming harps and skippy kicks, "Hear Me" leans back even further with an instrumental jazzy twang while "On My Skin" rubs sonic lotion deep into your soul with classic jungle motifs. Those hungry for a little more ghetto edge should jump straight on Londy's necksnap blends. Bumping.
GSTR 071
03 Jul 17
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We Used To Care
Battle Time - (3:00) 80 BPM
Who Would I Be - (3:00) 80 BPM
We Used To Care - (2:48) 80 BPM
What That Do!!! (feat Traxman) - (3:00) 80 BPM
Run A Train - (2:54) 80 BPM
Ima Fuck It Up - (2:48) 80 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
GSTR 068
24 Oct 16
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Paradise Life
Paradise Life - (4:02) 80 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
There Is Always A Place - (4:39) 107 BPM
The One For Me - (4:05) 157 BPM
Review: Austria is not your typical birthing ground for footwork and juke music, but Sun People has dedicated himself to becoming his nation's number one producer in that domain. By the sound of his recent appearances, he's well on his way to achieving this, and this new EP for Good Street is a master in charm. "Paradise Life" is a truly refreshing take on the genre, and the same goes for "There Is Always A Place", and its pseudo jungle approach. "The One For Me" has a relatively straighter percussive flex, but it nonetheless manages to convey the artist's freedom of expression when it comes to making juke music. Recommended.
GSTR 067
10 Oct 16
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Funk Bomb Trax
Faces - (3:27) 107 BPM
Dusty Loopz - (2:51) 80 BPM
Traxman & DJ Phil - "Mystery Jazz" - (4:40) 80 BPM
Traxman & DJ Deeon - "All U Pussy MF" - (2:59) 159 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Long Dik Style - (3:17) 107 BPM
Review: Cornelius Ferguson, or otherwise known as the mighty Traxman, has a long and respectful history when it comes to that 'ghetto' house sound and the whole footwork-juke continuum. Among other labels, he's been a part of Dance Mania, but has also given the UK's Planet Mu a credible angle into the US scene thanks to two killer albums. This new EP on Good Street is all fun and play, with both "Faces" and "Dusty Loopz" strutting their lively melodies amid fast-paced percussion knots. He appears alongside DJ Phil on the more mystical "Mystery Jazz", and with the infamous DJ Deeon on the classic DM-style ghetto joint "All U Pussy MF". "Long Dik Style" brings things to a close with a broken, shifting rhythm that pushes sampling to its limits.
GSTR 061
06 Jun 16
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Travell's Pads
House Our Way (feat Manny) - (3:01) 53 BPM
CPU - (3:11) 107 BPM
New Groove (feat Manny) - (3:48) 80 BPM
Beehive - (4:11) 80 BPM
Golden - (3:36) 120 BPM
Hott - (3:36) 80 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Review: Destination Chicago; Teklife affiliate and TOG crew founder Jalen makes his EP debut via Leeds-based Good Street. Showcasing a broad style within the footwork format, he's laid out a spread generous enough to fill the fattest uptempo selector. From the Detroitian stabs of "CPU" and the woozy, subverted 4/4 soul of "Beehive" by way of the swoony jazz sample of "Golden", Jalen's windy city heritage seeps through every groove with authenticity. Hearty wholesome footwork, cooked for the soul.
GSTR 059
25 Apr 16
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New Track City
My Brothers Keeper - (3:41) 120 BPM
Get High - (3:12) 64 BPM
Swingin Wit Dis - (3:00) 107 BPM
SouthWest - (3:00) 80 BPM
Track'N Wit Attitude - (3:36) 80 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Review: Welcome to "New Track City". Population: You. Chicago realness pioneer EQ Why delivers his biggest body of work since his 2014 album The Dynamic Time. Injecting a strong sense of tripiness and sci-fi to his juke technique, both "My Brothers Keeper" and "Get High" refuse to play by any rules, creating a woozy sensation that footwork has never witnessed before. "Swingin Wit Dis" sees a more visceral return to his T Why days while "South West" takes even deeper into the dance with pitched rhythmic shots and fantastic bursts of light from a perfectly positioned Isaac Hayes sample. Finally we climax with "Track N Wit Attitude", the most warped, muddy, sense-blurring homage to Public Enemy you've ever heard. EQ Why not?
GSTR 057
14 Mar 16
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