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Re: Juke/Footwork

Postby Dave Skywalker » 18 Apr 2012, 16:56

OK that Dream Continuum track is great, but every other kind of search for Jive or Footwork gives me stuff that leaves me a bit cold tbh. No Amens!!! :D

Can anyone recommend any other tracks that have amens or faster breaks in? (In other words, that sound more like Jungle or J-Tek, haha!).
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Re: Juke/Footwork

Postby Tony Loco » 19 Apr 2012, 11:30

Have you heard ony of Phillip D Kicks (Om Unit of the Dream Continuum fame) stuff, Dave?
Its all just footwork jungle edits but it might float your boat.

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Re: Juke/Footwork

Postby casiokerry » 13 May 2012, 13:06

Dave how do these float your boat?:
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http://merryworks.bandcamp.com/track/amagasaki[/url]

http://www.junodownload.com/products/old-school-down/1919604-02/?trackid=2/?ref=discom



These are some of my fave releases from the Bassy world from this year so far (including that Dream Continuum one!):
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Re: Juke/Footwork

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Re: Juke/Footwork

Postby baldmosher » 28 Jun 2012, 14:46

Rashad was quite cool B2B with whoever it was at Glade (Addison Groove?), I moderately enjoyed that, it was more an impressive spectacle than danceable though, with Rashad turning up looking like Dr Dre with a small crew, and then them both remixing each others' tunes on the fly, along with the other dude in Rashad's crew having a quick go. All looked very neat and casual.

Hidden was just as impressive but a lot nicer to listen to and I could jump up and down really fast too
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Re: Juke/Footwork

Postby Moronik » 28 Jun 2012, 22:44

Tony Loco wrote:I like it, accidentally discovered it a couplke of years ago while looking for new ghettotech amd cant get enough of it.

Heres a mix I put together at some point last year.....
http://soundcloud.com/tony-loco/tonys-l ... t-shop-v-2

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can't say I particularly liked it before..... but your mix is FUCKING GOOD. I am gonna be rocking that on the mp3 player for sure. :)

it reminds me of ghettotech, ghetto house, b-more stuff but with deeper subs. I love the american ghetto house stuff, pure quick fire riddims.
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Re: Juke/Footwork

Postby Tony Loco » 29 Jun 2012, 14:57

can't say I particularly liked it before..... but your mix is FUCKING GOOD. I am gonna be rocking that on the mp3 player for sure. :)

it reminds me of ghettotech, ghetto house, b-more stuff but with deeper subs. I love the american ghetto house stuff, pure quick fire riddims.


Cheers man, glad you enjoyed it, Ill give you a shout when I post a new one.
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Re: Juke/Footwork

Postby Calla » 30 Jun 2012, 11:38

Me and Dan saw Spinn & Rashad at Sonar a couple of weeks ago and I'd never heard of it before but I really liked it. It was good to dance to. Although I don't think I was dancing enough by the looks of the people round me.
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Re: Juke/Footwork

Postby Moronik » 02 Jul 2012, 13:32

Tony Loco wrote:
can't say I particularly liked it before..... but your mix is FUCKING GOOD. I am gonna be rocking that on the mp3 player for sure. :)

it reminds me of ghettotech, ghetto house, b-more stuff but with deeper subs. I love the american ghetto house stuff, pure quick fire riddims.


Cheers man, glad you enjoyed it, Ill give you a shout when I post a new one.


please do!

I listened to a juke/ghettotech mix by Dave Shades also which was SWEET. In fact you two have inspired me to buy up a whole load of that stuff :)

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Re: Juke/Footwork

Postby FOTZA » 02 Jul 2012, 14:33

This is a sweet as Slick Shoota mix i've been rinsing lately...

http://soundcloud.com/slickshoota/slick-shoota-mix

Another good one from Warlock too, bit different to what he usually plays...

http://soundcloud.com/warlock/warlock-hazardous-juke-mix
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