Deep House and Garage

WashYourHands

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They had a really good run for a while. On a Murky detour, you know the molten bottom-end compression sound Murk conjured (and conquered too really)? It works so well on a half decent system, plus headphones not to privilege the live volume thing. The clarity of that range which dropped off the radar within a year. This is a proverbial diamond, bit overplayed if anything


Liberty City’s Some Lovin has a similar flavour, but it isn’t quite the quality of track the previous posts allude to.


then there's labels like this who didn't do all that much but hold some of the gemmiest gems
Hadn’t heard this for years. Neural synapse flair triggered. That’s the hammer. Firing back

 

pattycakes_

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They had a really good run for a while. On a Murky detour, you know the molten bottom-end compression sound Murk conjured (and conquered too really)? It works so well on a half decent system, plus headphones not to privilege the live volume thing. The clarity of that range which dropped off the radar within a year. This is a proverbial diamond, bit overplayed if anything

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Hadn’t heard this for years. Neural synapse flair triggered. That’s the hammer. Firing back

Falcon was somewhat of a wizard. Think it was him and Oscar G behind all those names on the label. Pretty sure loads of chorus was used to get those basses extra wide and 3D.

Like this one towering groovily, underground


Miami not exactly known for it's house output either
 

Leo

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yeah, wasn't a Miami thing. it was a murk thing.

funky green dogs achieved a minor level of fame, IIRC
 

boxedjoy

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I often think about how amazing it must have been to hear that for the first time and that first time being on a dancefloor.
 
People share a link and write at least 59 words on the moment, where they were, who with, how it felt. Classic thread.
 
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