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    Nineteen 96 ft. Gift - Tell me


    All about she - Like that


    Little Nikki ft. DJ S.K.T. - Right before my eyes (yes that one)



    luka, note the comments from RommieBoy in that last video

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    weird '92 piano in there randomly just for a bit

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    In a perfect world this would be a huge record. Preditah remix of "Higher" by All About She, blows the original out of the water IMO.

    RE: ILX being better for RNB/Rap I guess that's cos there's loads of Americans on there? Distinctly British music isn't really touching RNB/Rap in excitement/quality levels at the moment other than Deep Tech. If there was a Grime or Funky about Dissensus would probably be more essential.

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    That Preditah RMX is like the perfect commercial Wiley produced pop tune that Wiley's never made.

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    raps gone a bit boring though ilx rap thread has almost given up existing

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    Is Annie Mac's show on Radio 1 Ground Zero for this type of tune?

    http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b0476nfh


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    donīt really listen to annie macs show (there was a brilliant Friend Within guest mix on there a while back though), more of a 1xtra man, but the playlist looks good

    http://www.bbc.co.uk/music/playliste...nters/p012ds6d

    http://www.bbc.co.uk/1xtra/playlist

    Rinse FM A-List
    http://rinse.fm/playlist/a-list/

    B-List
    http://rinse.fm/playlist/b-list/

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    note the presence of that Vic Mensa in all of them, massive tune

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    Katy B - Crying for no reason (Tom Shorterz remix)


    Lucy Love - Colours (Tom Shorterz remix)

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    I found that Route 94 tune rather bland when I first heard it. It made me want to gripe about how middle of the road and soft popular dance music is at the moment. But it does stay in your head, doesn't it? It doesn't stay in your head like one of those Crazy Frog songs which make you want to confess to terrorist plots to make it stop; it's more like a fondly remembered tune of yesteryear. Appropriately, really, since most of this stuff is a shameless pastiche of old house music. And why should it be ashamed? An odd thought, that in order to escape the shackles of the past it might be that the yoof have to discard the futurist aims/pretensions of an older generation.

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    its not a shameless pastiche of old house though is it. the internet is a huge dressing up box

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    i'll put on that dubstep bass, that rave piano, that hardcore breakbeat, that garage vocal treatment

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    like ten years ago when i first started seeing young people dressing 90s and they would have a grunge shirt, a bomber jacket and cap eazy e would wear... all the individual items would have been worn in the 90s but never by the same person and certainly not in the same outfit

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    A subject I keep coming back around to obsessively and in vain is why certain music sounds so "summery". I wonder if its purely associative, or if certain harmonies and textures mimic or compliment our experience of hot weather, blue skies etc. I know that some people experience synaesthesia, which suggests that there IS a real sense in which music can be "colourful". (Interesting that so many of the terms people use to describe music are visual.) Maybe music can sound like a blue sky, or like the intensifying of colour in the summertime generally?

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