bare BARE BONES
'grime people' ??
Posted on here a little bit before but lost my details...
But anyway, yeah I've noticed the changes described here in Bristol with the "urban" crowd who seem to always pretty much follow the trends in London or Brum. First it was Jungle, then Garage for ages, then Grime, then Funky and Bassline - now Road Rap and/or House.
Was listening to a this set from a Brum House / Funky DJ who puts on raves at an 'upmarket' place in Bristol city centre that usually hosts Road Rap PA's, a bit of Grime or the more general Urban / RnB kinda stuff... The set was going off, witnessed a similar thing at the same club - in this set Bashmores 'Au Seve' causing multiple reloads.
I think these UK Bass house guys like Bashmore, Eat's Everythings, Shadowchild (even, maybe) etc. come into it somewhere.
We had my mates House promotion in Room 2 at our Bashment dance last time, that's aimed squarely at a house crowd that would understand Bashment, that's not exactly common of the bigger 'house purists' raves.
But yeah this is a thing, I like some of the big bassline kinda tunes, just waiting to see if this mutates into something properly UK though.
Guess see how my mates house rave with Mark Radford goes.
this music would be better called Jackin House, the beats and blips & blops sound a lot like old acid jack tracks.
Is there any cross over between this stuff and Northern Jackin? apart from Au Seve that is.
The new Hannah Wants mix has tunes that don't sound far off this stuff you're posting Continuum
@eats_everything you got shit in you're eyes if you can't see what's happening on the dance floors in Ldn. Fights, attitude, aggression, grabbing girls asses, screwing ppl, starting fights & generally acting the goon is ok with you? Cos they are 'havin fun'