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Posted in *Favorites, Dj Mix, Dub Step, Dubstep Atmospheric, Funky, Grime, Interview, Reviews on September 12, 2009 by J.D.

Joy again at emn,first at summer selection,now very hype,everybody is talkin about-Another stunning Hotflush release!ANTHEM 2009
Here it is all about Joy Orbison

Fact Magazine
Joy Orbison still hasn’t released his debut single, but already there’s more hype about him than there are 90% – if not more – of people making dance music in the UK right now. That’s mostly due to the strength of said forthcoming debut single, ‘Hyph Mngo’.
Leading dubstep commentator Martin Clark refers to it as an anthem in the making, Energy Flash author Simon Reynolds calls it a ‘talisman’ (albeit not in a particularly positive way), and it’s garnered massively positive reviews from FACT, Pitchfork and Resident Advisor. On Monday, ‘Hyph Mngo’ will finally be released on dubstep veteran Scuba’s Hot Flush label – but who is Joy Orbison?

Well, as FACT found out when we spoke to Joy this week, he’s actually 22 year old Peter O’Grady, the well-mannered nephew of drum ‘n’ bass legend Ray Keith; he grew up in South London listening to garage icons Todd Edwards, Groove Chronicles and Zed Bias, he’s got future singles coming out on Aus Music and his own fledgling label, and he’s a big fan of emotion in music.
Check Fact Interview: Joy Orbison here

Pitchfork Best new Music,rated 9!
Dance music trends tend to move in such quick arcs that we rarely think of the involved artists as “craftsmen”; there is merely time to define a genre and then advance it. It’s a little bit surprising, then, that the most trenchant, relevant thing to say about Joy Orbison’s* “Hyph Mngo” (first mentioned here by Martin Clark) is that it’s a spectacularly well-crafted dubstep song in the same manner that, say, Spoon writes well crafted rock songs: shaping familiar, predictable ingredients into a unique, easily identifiable whole.

The product of 22-year-old South Londoner Peter O’Grady, “Hyph Mngo” finally sees release after months of streams and samples (that its lock-job successfully kept it out of the hands of chatty internet dance geeks for so long is itself a marvel). High-strung and tense, “Hyph Mngo” relies heavily on a distorted, two-chord organ progression that trails the beat by a half-step. The hook is supplied– and supplied and supplied and supplied– by a popping, looped soul vocal, a woman feverishly repeating, mushmouthed, “I do,” her near-indecipherable syllables justifying the track’s oddball title. O’Grady lets the track build naturally, foregoing any discernible crescendo for sturdy, quick repetitions spiced with increasingly space-y synth noise. The track is self-contained, simple, and weirdly uplifting. If you ever thought claustrophobia could feel triumphant, “Hyph Mngo” is your floor-filling jam.

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Hot Flush
Released: Sep 2009
Catalogue Number: HFT009
Where to start with this incredible record? Justifiably, more has been written about this 12″ than practically any other bit of vinyl in the dubstep/post-garage arena this year, with writers at Pitchfork, Resident Advisor, Fact Magazine and any other publication of note queuing up to drape compliments over it’s shiny chassis. We’re not going to hold back on the hyperbolics either, heck no! This IS one of the finest records you’ll hear this year, reflecting the mood of the times with an exothermic blend of Funky functions, Dubstep futurism and studied house classicism that touches on everyone from Carl Craig to Todd Edwards, to Martyn and Shed while weaving through the crowd to the front left, just by the speakers to hold it’s arms up high and swing like it’s loving it. ‘Hyph Mngo’ is just pure, transcendental rave feeling concentrated into 5 minutes of bliss, from the teasing intro crafted to feel like you’re walking into a swinging mass of beaming dancers, to the agile 2-step flex and supple subbass push, this record has nailed the feeling directly onto the ‘floor. ‘Wet Look’ on the flip may not be as well known, but slides out a slippery groove of immense proportions. Orbison splices elevated Detroit sophistication with European technical execution and the requirements of UK dancefloors to result in a stunning riddim that makes us want friday nights to come so much sooner. Suffice to say, we’re addicted to this record and predict great things from this young producer who already has records lined up for his own Doldrums imprint, and possibly Night Slugs so really, watch this space. Essential purchase and, needless to say, hugely recommended!(Boomkat)

Artist: ORBISON, Joy
Title: Hyph Mngo
Label: Hotflush Recordings
Cat: HFT 009
Format: 12″
Released: 14 September, 2009
Genre: Dubstep/Grime

1. Joy Orbison – Hyph Mngo
2. Joy Orbison – Wet Look

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Joy Orbison – BSRkR01 mix
Thriller – Genie
Floating Points – Love Me Like This
C.O.M.B.I. – It A Late
Eddie C – Make It Better
The Revenge – Night Flight
B.W.H. – Stop
James Pants – We’re Through
Alicia Meyers – I Want To Thank You
Fudge Fingas – DinsDins4Dada
Bumblebee Unlimited – Lovebug (DK Edit)
Arthur Russell – Hop On Down
Nite Jewel – Weak For Me
The Samps – Traincummings…..
C.B. Funk – Subway To Cologne
Kate Bush – Cloudbusting

Joy Orbison – DLDRMS001(right click save as)

1. Pearson Sound – Indelible // Aus
2. Karizma – Drumz Nightmare // R2
3. Nu-Birth – Anytime // Locked On
4. Tonya Renee – About You (Karizma Boucha Remix) // Home Recordings
5. Altered Natives – Rass Out // Fresh Minute Music
6. Joy Orbison – Smother // DOLDRUMS
7. Efdemin – Acid Bells (Martyn Remix) // Curle
8. Shed – Selection One // Soloaction
9. Ultramarine – Hooter (Carl Craig Remix/JORb EdiT) // Real Soon
10. Joy Orbison – Tentative Bidding // DOLDRUMS
11. Martyn – Hear Me // 3024
12. Joy Orbison – J. Doe // DOLDRUMS
13. Joy Orbison – Hyph Mngo // Hotflush

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‘A Moovmnt with Nalden’ presents: "The Afterthought"

Posted in *Favorites, Beats, Downtempo, Dub Step, Funky, Hip Hop, Loops, Promotions on September 5, 2009 by J.D.

After the Beat Battle at the Rooms of Red Bull took place last month, we decided to release a compilation album to give everybody a glimpse of what took place that night. Now it seemed to take ages before we received all the correct audio and when we got everything locked, we decided to ask our friend JayHats to mix everything down to give it that harmonic sound. We really put in some work here and went all out by asking every contestant for one beat. Some where hesitant, but most loved the idea. They recognize what ‘A Moovmnt with Nalden’ is trying to do for the beat community and thus “The Afterthought” became a fact. If you were at the battle please keep in mind that the beats you heard live at the battle may sound a bit different from this compilation. If you truly want to relive the moment I suggest you play these beats in a residential area, preferably as loud as possible. For those who weren’t there…ya’ll missed a CLASSIC!

01 J’83 – Dr Wiley’s Groove
02 Y’skid – Played Out
03 Marcus Sebastian – Nasty Lady
04 1st Angle – Yo
05 Jay Bordeaux – Attack 2A
06 Bluntspeakers – Indigo Flirt
07 Hayzee – Roustabouts
08 Dukehugh – Gemkraft
09 Dyno – Sosis Mas
10 Louis Bordeaux – A Lo-Fi Hymn Before The Cosmic Rain
11 I-Sa – Syco3
12 Wan – BoomClickClap
13 StatikMusic – Drummond
14 FS Green – HEmawfuckinMAN
15 Presto – Colloseum
16 I.N.T – ChinChin Salute (Cats Come Wack)
Bonus Beats
17 J’83 – Boss #7
18 StatikMusic – MetalBrass
19 Hayzee – DOOMFOOD

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Great Compilation,must check all you beats lovers!
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EMN TOP 20 Dubstep -May 2009

Posted in *EMN Charts, *Favorites, Bass, Dub Step, Electronic, EP, Grime, Reggae on May 30, 2009 by J.D.

1.Burial and Four Tet “Moth”/”Wolf Club”

2.J:Kenzo – Mortal Kombat / Cosmo
3.Untold – I Can’t Stop This Feeling/Anaconda
4.All Night Long EP2-(AUS0920)
5.Falty DL-Human Meadow Remixes-(ZIQ231)
6.Lee Perry with Samia vs Kode9 – Yellow Tongue
7.Sigha -On The Strip/Remembrance
8.Benga – Buzzin / One Million
9.Skism – The Blank(16Bit remix)
10.EFDEMIN / MARTYN – Acid Bells (Martyn Mixes)

11.Clouds – Protecting Hands
12.Bar 9 – Coalescence/ Domination
13. A Made Up Sound(2562) and Heinrich Mueller-Kontra Musik Mixes
14.Coki – Square Off / Warlord Riddim
15.Afterdark/16 Bit -Hit The Deck
16.Black Sun Empire- Invasion/Dyneema
17.Ital Tek – Massive Error (Ziq228)
18.Toasty / Search & Destroy – The Knowledge (Untold Remix) / Candyfloss (Loefah Remix)
19.Deadmau5 And Kaskade-I Remember (Caspa and J Majik & Wickman remixes)
20.Hector & Bryant-Tension (Appleblim & Al Tourettes Mix)

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