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Shortstuff -XLR8R Podcast

Posted in Dub Step, Funky, Grime, UK Garage, XLR8R Podcast on January 9, 2010 by J.D.

The bevy of music bubbling out of the London underground still doesn’t have a proper name, but we here at XLR8R are happy to keep lapping up the infectious mix of house, garage, funky, and bass sounds being produced by artists like Shortstuff. With only a handful of proper releases to his name—albeit on top-flight labels like Planet Mu, Ramp, and Berkane Sol—Shortstuff (a.k.a. Richard Attley) also runs the Blunted Robots label (with fellow XLR8R fave Brackles) and has quickly risen to the top of this nebulous scene.

Shortstuff -XLR8R Podcast
01 Joey Beltram “Upper” (Novamute)
02 Scratcha DVA “Natty” (Hyperdub)
03 Martin Kemp “Wot U Got”
04 Shortstuff “Swine Time” (Ramp)
05 Hem feat. Terrible Shock “On a Mission (Shortstuff Remix)”
06 TRG “Tribal Flex”
07 Deadboy “If U Want Me (Brackles & Shortstuff Remix)”
08 Brackles “6am El Gordos” (Brainmath)
09 Shortstuff “Galaxy” (Ramp)
10 Steve Poindexter “Work That Muthafucker” (Musique)
11 Mosca “Square One (Roska Remix)” (Night Slugs)
12 Brackles & Shortstuff “Roots & Berries”
13 Doc Daneeka “Drums in the Deep” (Fabric)
14 Shortstuff & Hyetal “Crayola”
15 Bok Bok feat. Bubbz “Citizens Dub” (Blunted Robots)
16 Dizzee Rascal “Live O” (XL)
17 Untold “Bad Girls” (Fabric)
18 Geiom “Spiral Weave”

19 Lauren Pritchard “Stuck (Guido Remix)”


Deadboy -U Cheated

Posted in Deep House, Dub Step, Funky, UK Garage on November 9, 2009 by J.D.

Well Rounded Records launch with the debut 3-track EP from the up and coming South London’s boy wonder Deadboy.

U Cheated is Most Hyped dubstep/uk funky/tropical/bass/garage/2step/house track(ep)of the month!First release on Well Rounded Records

U Cheated and Brock Lee Riddim are very similiar to Joy Orbison production,our favorite is something unexpected, hypnotic deep house track Heartbreaker,listen below!


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We recommend -buy this EP asap!

Ep Is already out you can listen here and buy at Juno.

Doorly -Bodytonic Podcast 052

Posted in 2 Step, Bass, Dub Step, Funky, Garage House, Grime, Podcast, UK Garage on October 27, 2009 by J.D.

Wax:on resident and Dizzee remixer Doorly mixes and matches upfront bass, beats, dubstep and a dose of funky – check his single ‘Toys’/’Horsestep’ out now.

Doorly -Bodytonic Podcast 052
Doorly ‘Squeaky Trainers’ [CDR]
Riton & Primary 1 ‘Who’s There’ (Accapella) [Phantasy Sound]
Doorly & Felix Yeah ‘Ice Machine’ (CDR)
Kid Cudi ‘Make Her Say’ (Nadastrom Remix) (Beccipella) [Island]
Mowgli ‘London to Paris’ [Deadfish]
Laidback Luke & Lee Mortimer ‘Blau’ (Doorly Remix) [Fools Gold]
Doorly ‘Toys’ [Wax:on Music]
Doorly ‘Toys’ (Felix Yeah Remix) [Wax:on Music]
Gucci Vamp ‘Sha Shti!’ (L-Vis 1990 Remix) [Sound of Pellegrino]
Snarl ‘Is Kill’ [CDR] Prodigy ‘Thunder’ (Doorly Remix) [CDR]
Mstrkrft ‘Bounce’ (Doorly Remix) [Dim Mak]
Laidback Luke & Lee Mortimer ‘Blau’ (Doorly’s Bonus Dubstep “Cover” Version) [CDR] Eskimo Twins ‘Horror’ (Doorly Dubstep Remix) [Wax:on Music]
Doorly ‘Horse Step’ [Wax:on Music]
Major Lazer ‘Hold the Line’ (Skream Remix) [Accapella]
Untold ‘Anaconda’ [CDR] The Partysquad ‘Pull Up’ [CDR]
Cadburys ‘Zingola’ ft. Tinny (Doorly Remix) [Glass Half Full Records]
Skream ‘Burnin Up’ [CDR]
Joy Orbison ‘Hyph Mngo’ [Hot Flush]
Trolley Snatcher ‘Scattah’ [Sub Soldiers]
Caspa ‘Marmite’ (Jaguar Skills VIP) [CDR]
Unknown ‘Unknown’ (Bar 9 Remix) [CDR]
Redlight ‘Kid Soldier’ [CDR]
Zed Bias ‘Neighborhood’ [Sidestepper]
Sub Focus ‘Could This Be Real’ [Ram]
Redlight ‘Feel So Good’ [CDR]
Collie Buddz ‘Come Around’ (Ed Solo/Sigma Remix) [CDR]


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FACT mix 87: Noodles

Posted in 2 Step, Dub Step, Grime, Headz, Hip Hop, Hits Remixed, Nu Jazz, Podcast, UK Garage on September 28, 2009 by J.D.

FACT Mix 87 comes from the man behind 2step legends Groove Chronicles and the associated DPR label, Noodles.

Steven Jude to those who know him best, Noodles is one of our favourite DJs and producers in the UK, and his FACT mix only puts him higher in that hierarchy. He founded Groove Chronicles in 1996, and it quickly established itself at the vanguard of UK club music, releasing a series of phenomenal tracks engineered by El-B. A distillation of R&B, jungle, broken beat and house influences, their 1998 single ‘Stone Cold’ is widely regarded as the creative high watermark of UK garage, and Burial speaks often of his admiration for it.

Noodles continues to operate the Groove Chronicles/DPR label, releasing new music alongside archive classics [we asked him, and ‘Stone Cold’ is getting re-issued on vinyl, before you ask – Ed]. His FACT mix features material from himself, MJ Cole, Menta, Sunship, Architeches and more ghosts of UK garage past. We’d suggest you download it, so long as you like stuff like dancing and fun.

Download: FACT Mix 87 – Noodles
(Available for three weeks)

1. 4hero – Hold It Down – (Wookie Remix)
2. Zed Bias – All Night Jam (Steve Gurley Remix)
3. Brandy & Monica – Boy is Mine (Architeches Remix)
4. Sugababes – Run for Cover (G Force Remix)
5. Headtop – The Matrix
6. East 17 – Each Time (Sunship Remix)
7. Frankie Paul – Kissing Game (Large Joints Remix)
8. Troublesome – DJ Luck & Shy Cookie Remix
9. After Party (Promo)
10. Zoom & DBX – Comin Again (Promo)
11. If Your Girl Knew (Promo)
12. Confetti (Promo)
13. G.O.D (Promo)
14. Dub-a-holics – Just in Case (Promo)
15. Roots manua & MJ Cole (Promo)
16. Steve Gurley – Lessons in Love (Promo)
17. Midnight Caller (Promo)
18. Ghetto Lovin’ (Promo)
19. Lynden David – Hall (Artful dodger Remix)
20. Menta – Sounds of Da Future (Promo)
21. Groove Chronicles – 1999 (Promo)
22. Sunshine Anderson (Promo)
23. Headtop – Madshit (Promo)


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Bodytonic Podcast 039 : MJ Cole

Posted in 2 Step, Bass, Podcast, UK Garage on June 23, 2009 by J.D.

Bodytonic Podcast 039 : MJ Cole
With funky emerging as a key summer sound, it’s not a bad time to check in with garage pioneer MJ Cole, who drops an upfront ‘join-the-dots’ mix bookended by UKG classics and contemporary bass wobblers.

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