New Jersey Club

Benny B

Well-known member
Know bugger all about this really, but just been checking out this DJ Sliink guy (via the latest blissblog post, in which he likens it to 'black gabba') and I like it a lot. Chopped vocals, cheeky samples, breakbeats, cool dancing...right up my street and I imagine it will appeal to dissensians too.

Theres a zip of 10 of his tracks here: http://www.mediafire.com/?ppuv558p2jzmwrd
and he's got an EP to buy here which sounds really great.

Any more recommendations/knowledge will be much appreciated.
 

BareBones

wheezy
dubbel dutch did a really good mix last year of slowed down jersey club. Not really into his tunes that much but he's a wicked DJ.

 

Aww Nein

Wild Palms
Know bugger all about this really, but just been checking out this DJ Sliink guy (via the latest blissblog post, in which he likens it to 'black gabba') and I like it a lot. Chopped vocals, cheeky samples, breakbeats, cool dancing...right up my street and I imagine it will appeal to dissensians too.

Theres a zip of 10 of his tracks here: http://www.mediafire.com/?ppuv558p2jzmwrd
and he's got an EP to buy here which sounds really great.

Any more recommendations/knowledge will be much appreciated.

anyone else spot the Fis-T - Nighthunter sample in this?


nice
 

Benny B

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williamj

Member
would be great if anyone had some suggestions about how to find/buy tracks related to this scene.

From what i've found, there are a few releases from DJ Sliink,Sega, Tameil, etc around beatport and other online shops. a lot of these DJs give away free stuff on their soundcloud as well, however when Sliink puts a track up it reaches 100 DL limit pretty fast as he's got like 7,000 followers. I've also been looking around http://www.baltimore-club.com/, which covers club music from several east coast cities, and they have a record pool feature thats pretty cool, its 4 USD and you get like 8-10 tracks monthly, however not all of it is Jersey stuff.

any other places I should be looking?
 

AZIZA

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MikeQ, Jayhood, Phresh, Tameil, Sega, Sliink, Dyce bla bla...the stuff imo comes from old chicago house and the baltimore club that came after/from that i.e. Ho Get The Ho by Jammin The House Gerald lead to mfers like Scottie B etc treat that as the jump off
 

Benny B

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Downloaded a ton of this stuff, mainly off soundcloud, and made this 30 minute mix. Some amazing tunes on here.

download
http://www.mediafire.com/?v029k8wj8jq40ja

Stream

We like to party (Kiff Remix)
Booty too fat - DJ Joker
Rodeo Girl - DJ Jayhood
Bad bitches drop it low - Murder Mark
Dance 4 U (Kiff remix)
Wine Up Ft. Truth - Kuddie J
Sex Sax - DJ Tim Dolla
Heartbroken - DJ Jayhood
Poison Frankie Steel (Bandit remix)
I Rep Jersey - DJ Sliink
Put Cha Back In it - DJ Sliink
The Ninja Remix ft. Vanilla Ice - DJ Sega
My Last Part 2 - DJ Kiff
Rock with you 2008 - DJ Sega
J5 I want you back - DJ Mike Gip "The Handsome DJ"
My Neck My Back 2012 - Kiff the producer
Jiggle it (Throw it back) - DJ Joker
Bamboozled 2K12 - A-dub & DJ Exclusive
Love on top - DJ Deeq
Look at me now (Bandit remix) - DJ Sliink
Bust Her FN Ass - DJ Bake Ft. DJ Keliz
CrewLove (DewDoo) - DJ Sliink
Sending My Love - ???
 
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Benny B

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There's an astonishing amount of free tracks on Soundcloud once you start digging, these guys really churn this stuff out quick. Brick bandits related stuff seems to be the best from what i can tell.

This guy DJ Swizzymack from Philly has no less than 82 free tracks on his soundcloud. I'm downloading them all now even though they all sound pretty much the same lol. Club remixes of practically every chart hit of recent years, even tracks by Lil B and Skrillex!

http://soundcloud.com/djswizzymack
 

rrrivero

Well-known member
downloaded that skrillex mashup just so I'd have a skrillex tune to play should anybody request one in the future. Now we play the waiting game
 

Benny B

Well-known member
This is a great video to watch for an insight into this scene. Brick Bandits house party...

This scene just seems to have a really good vibe about it. I love how they all share the same mpc and sample library. If you hear a track with samples of Spongebob or (my personal favourite) squeaky bed-springs, then its probably someone in Brick Bandits.
 
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