Afrohouse

glasshand

dj panic attack

that scottie dee remix is the one >>>


i guess most tracks in this thread are from Housupa at this point but my other faves are...


cool to see the south africa uk link being made explicit

also


and


i like the idea of dance music without kicks or with less emphasis on them for one thing, as a bit of a weird experiment, but i've also been wondering if the lockdown has made me particularly up for amapiano/the london version of it. really heavy shit has not been very appealing to me since april. this has been music to cook to or put on when sitting in my garden aka ten foot square of outdoor concrete. maybe it's extra refreshing compared to the the samey hard techno revival sound that seemed to be the go to in other sections of dance music for the last year or so.

marcus nasty calling it funkypiano in that rinse show. maybe that's the thread title v2.

interested to see what other labels will emerge releasing this stuff. these two from Kaang on drmzu are also highlights. a lot less log drum/bass than housupa releases, definitely still a bit of a different (london?) twist on afrohouse to the afrohouse i've heard before


 

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vvvwwwv

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been some excellent articles on mixmag for 'blackout week' and some great reading in regards to this sound



 
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Corpsey

call me big papa
I wonder if Creed still enjoys doing that comedy cookie monster voice in 2020 😂

First banger at 8 minutes in. Reminds me of funky. In fact the whole thing reminds me of funky.

I see glasshand posted it in this thread - 'china man' (quarantine mix)
 
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Corpsey

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Ah man tune at 20 minutes in is right up my street in my sweet spot tweaking my prostate

edit: found it

 

Corpsey

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"Those who used to rave on a sunday with us in the 90s and the early 2000s - if you used to rave with us in the early 2000s make some noise, oi oiii!"
 
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