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    Quote Originally Posted by luka View Post
    i usually enjoy your mixes but this is the worst music in the world to me i wish i could erase every last trace from history
    Ha! Well, horses for courses and all that

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    i loved it.

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    I guess you've all seen this?


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    nice find!

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    T-Power has released a digital version of "Police State" for 50p or something:
    https://tpower.bandcamp.com/album/po...ate-remastered

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    So I ended up doing another new mix, this time the theme being 'hardcore goes jungle', so basically stuff from 1994/95 where hardcore producers made jungle, hardcore labels released jungle, junglists released hardcore tunes ... it's a bit of a loose theme, but I pulled out 15 tunes that more-or-less fit the bill and I slapped them all together.



    Soundcloud link: https://soundcloud.com/sonicrampage/...roject-part-10

    Blog link: http://sonicrampage.org/blog/2016/03...oject-part-10/

    01. Bass Selective - Blow Out Pt IV (Shy FX Jungle VIP Mix) (4WO)
    02. Bass Influence - All Massive (Impact)
    03. Ratty - Bells Of Dawn (Jumping Jack Frost Remix) (Formation)
    04. Vibes & Wishdokta - Guns n' Bass (Impact)
    05. The House Crew - Super Hero (My Knight) (Production House)
    06. Marc Smith - Centripital (Notorious Vinyl)
    07. Essence Of Aura - Can I Dream (The Final Chapter VIP Mix) (Sublogic)
    08. Hackney Hardcore - Dinomania (Hear It In A Rave Mix) (Strictly Underground)
    09. Slipmatt - Breaking Free (Awesome)
    10. DJ Seduction - Everybody (Impact)
    11. DJ Ham - Rollem (Selector)
    12. Pooch & Hursee - Baby Baby (Cut & Run)
    13. The Trip - Special Toke (The 'Erb Remix 3) (Kniteforce)
    14. Unknown & Temptation - Feel It (Hyper On Experience Remix) (Homegrown)
    15. Vibes & Wishdokta - Midsummer Mist (Asylum)

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    Can you follow this up with a jungle goes happy hardcore mix?

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    can get behind this mix. more my cup of tea this one. might do some mcing to it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by craner View Post
    Can you follow this up with a jungle goes happy hardcore mix?
    a lot less traffic in that direction

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    quite a big fan of some of the jungle revival stuff that people like Tim Reaper have been making over the last few years:


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    Slow-fast DnB [I know it isnít jungle, but I think this is the most appropriate thread]

    Itís been around for a good 5 years now, but I never really gave it much thought. On the most immediate level itís interesting as a kind of dystopian-dancehall.

    On closer inspection a lot of it also cleverly manipulates tempo. People talk about Jungle simultaneously having two tempos; the drums at 160 bpm and the bass at 80 bpm. This stuff manages to take that concept and make it happen with the drums alone.

    Some tracks do this by having the kicks and snares at the forefront of the mix with the double-time cymbals and ghost notes mixed very quietly at the back.

    The really clever stuff has the slow tempo being the main rhythmic idea, with little splashes of double time interjected occasionally. This means that for the most part, the fast tempo is only implied rather than actually realised in the music.

    Dub Phizixís Fabriclive from last year:

    http://www.fabriclondon.com/store/fabriclive-84.html

    Here are some tracks from J Kenzo and Dub Phizix in the style:




















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    Quite like some of those J Kenzo tunes but, as with most modern DNB, I find them a little overproduced. Everything sounds so clean and metronomic, it doesn't have any of the looseness or sense of barely-held together chaos that jungle had. Also, it's a shame that the tech-step influence seems so overwhelming on this side of things, as it was in the Kryptic Minds dubstep, e.g. I mean, it's a shame unless you like that sound!

    DNB doesn't really exist for me anymore, and barely gets coverage in the music media I read, but it continues to be hugely popular. I find it amazing that Tru Playaz still do regular nights at Fabric, for example. But then, when I was into DNB it had that defiant sense of being a cult phenomenon regardless of approval from other genres. Good for them, I say!

    Still, the glory days AFAIC are over twenty years ago by now.
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    Fracture is a don of this kinda stuff I think:

    https://www.xlr8r.com/podcasts/2014/07/fracture/


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    That's got a juke/footwork feel to it, hasn't it?

    Those same old DNB bass farts lol
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