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    @jorge: Morning factory is probably my fave deep house record ever. Osunlade played it the night I got converted. Somewhere toward the end of the set. Transcendental.

    Check out murk records. So many of their tracks share that release myself vibe
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    Nice one pattycakes, yeah it doesn't get much better, good little article by ron trent himself bout them making it for the sound factory club

    https://daily.redbullmusicacademy.co...orning-factory

    Yeah I love lots of the murk stuff but I haven't heard anything in their catalogue that quite matches release yourself tbh, unless you've got some suggestions?

    Another couple of classics for op




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    Quote Originally Posted by jorge View Post
    Yeah I love lots of the murk stuff but I haven't heard anything in their catalogue that quite matches release yourself tbh, unless you've got some suggestions?

    Intruder - U Got Me
    Bobby Pruit - Trid So Hard (Special Vocal Mix)
    Dynamo Electrix - You
    Liberty City - Some Lovin (Murk Mix)

    Similar vein
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    Ah nice, I was hoping something like this would come up soon. I've moved away from it now but this was very much my bread and butter. I think it's an interesting way to look at the north/south divide. The really "deep" stuff isn't London music at all - it's too warm, comfortable, content. People love it (or used to) in Leeds though...






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