Anyone honestly feeling Juke?

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Re: Anyone honestly feeling Juke?

Post by jsaxton » Mon Sep 19, 2011 11:49 pm


cant tell if this is juke or ghetto house...
however on the whole juke is pretty sweet
kotku wrote:if something sounds like shit and is not pop then it's techno, or is this definition flawed aswell?

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Re: Anyone honestly feeling Juke?

Post by N-E-R-D » Wed Sep 21, 2011 10:31 pm

Good Evening Dubstep Forum

I only joined the board to post an event but after reading the dont post non-dubstep events warning I decided against it as we'll only have a little bit on the night, then I found this badboy.
Congrats on being able to mainly have a proper dicsussion about a form of music that isnt what the board is named after. I was half expecting the kind of threads I saw on DnB boards when dubstep started kicking off, just bitching and moaning because is was too slow/just stupid noise/music for people on ket/whatever, even that haters have given decent reasons as to why they dislike it in the main part. Nice one. I've also found load of bits I wasnt aware of, so nice one again.

Ive been listening to Juke for nearly 2 years and still cant get enough of it, there are some bad bits, but thats ture of any genre. In the main I find it good, not always clean subby fun.
Im not really feeling the 140 juke influenced stuff, I havent wrote it off yet, a few bits are alright but its just all a bit slow, juke should be around 160, how can you footwork to a 140 bpm track? its mainly the speed the dancers move at the stops them from falling over.
pulkpull wrote: Does anyone else find that any pre-existing notions of what is cheesy and in theory should be shit just goes out the window when it comes to juke?
Erm, no........
http://soundcloud.com/djflawlez/queen-b ... juke-remix

Ive got a mix on soundcloud thats got a nice jukey end to it, a bit of footwork, some full on cheesy remixes and some not so cheesy remixes. I tend to play a lot of genres when Djing so I though putting a bit of stuff thats accessible to people unaware of juke whilst still having drum patterns that could floor rhinos would be a good idea, check it out if you've got a spare 106.49 mins....
http://soundcloud.com/tonyloco-2/tonys-little-gift-shop


And finally, this is the event I was gonna post, DJ Rashad and DJ Spinn in Liverpool, Thurs 13th Oct, 1st night of their tour.....
https://www.facebook.com/event.php?eid=246597168710147

GET ON IT!

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Re: Anyone honestly feeling Juke?

Post by LouseRecords » Thu Sep 22, 2011 8:07 am

juke? footwork?! whats going on!!

this sentence is probably the most confusing and strange thing I have ever read in my life (and no offence to the person who posted it)


"Also been wondering how the juke/dubstep tunes like footcrab were recieved in places where juke is hot. I know its unlikely footcrabs been heard by Footworkers in Chicago but would be interesting if they did."

i know what Chicago is...

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Re: Anyone honestly feeling Juke?

Post by ultraspatial » Thu Sep 22, 2011 9:02 am

LouseRecords wrote:juke? footwork?! whats going on!!

this sentence is probably the most confusing and strange thing I have ever read in my life (and no offence to the person who posted it)


"Also been wondering how the juke/dubstep tunes like footcrab were recieved in places where juke is hot. I know its unlikely footcrabs been heard by Footworkers in Chicago but would be interesting if they did."

i know what Chicago is...
What's so confusing about that?

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Re: Anyone honestly feeling Juke?

Post by LouseRecords » Thu Sep 22, 2011 11:03 am

i think i must just be getting old. never heard of juke or anything to do with feet in regards to musical styles

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Re: Anyone honestly feeling Juke?

Post by ultraspatial » Thu Sep 22, 2011 2:26 pm

LouseRecords wrote:i think i must just be getting old. never heard of juke or anything to do with feet in regards to musical styles


Addison Groove's Footcrab + the actual footwork dance

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Re: Anyone honestly feeling Juke?

Post by LouseRecords » Thu Sep 22, 2011 4:15 pm

ahh thanks for filling me in

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Re: Anyone honestly feeling Juke?

Post by ultraspatial » Thu Sep 22, 2011 8:39 pm

LouseRecords wrote:ahh thanks for filling me in
here's some more










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Re: Anyone honestly feeling Juke?

Post by mIrReN » Fri Sep 23, 2011 10:13 am

"If your chest ain't rattlin it ain't happenin'" - DJ Pinch
"Move pples bodies and stimulate their minds"
we just ride the wave
Life sucks; Get used² it.

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Re: Anyone honestly feeling Juke?

Post by jsml » Fri Sep 23, 2011 5:30 pm

don't think it works all that well at 160 bpm to be honest.

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Re: Anyone honestly feeling Juke?

Post by deconstruct » Fri Sep 23, 2011 8:09 pm

most juke is at 150-160

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Re: Anyone honestly feeling Juke?

Post by jsml » Fri Sep 23, 2011 9:43 pm

yeah... i know that, i'm saying I don't think footcrab works very well at 160bpm, the sample doesn't sound right and the tune doesn't do much for me either.

i'm sure rashad has a different 160bpm version of footcrab that he plays tho? might be mistaken.

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Re: Anyone honestly feeling Juke?

Post by tomre » Sat Oct 01, 2011 7:15 pm

Emika - Professional Loving (Dj Rashad and Dj Bmt Remix) :U:

Sully - Bonafide :U:
Deep sea, Big fish !

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Re: Anyone honestly feeling Juke?

Post by murky21 » Mon Oct 03, 2011 8:15 am

tomre wrote:Emika - Professional Loving (Dj Rashad and Dj Bmt Remix) :U:

Sully - Bonafide :U:
both massive tracks :)

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Re: Anyone honestly feeling Juke?

Post by leatherfacekap » Mon Oct 03, 2011 8:32 am

What's up everybody

check out my last 10 trax release on Booty Call Records

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let me know what u think

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Re: Anyone honestly feeling Juke?

Post by yya » Fri Nov 11, 2011 5:27 pm

asa wrote:
badger wrote:
boxxy wrote:the beats in this video are sick

wish the audio was better





pt 2




next level beats imho





get your footwork on
loving these. exactly my sort of juke

and that bishop guys dancing :o
i second that, the tunes in those video's genuinely are really good!
fuck.

anyone managed to get these tunes somewhere? i need this!

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Re: Anyone honestly feeling Juke?

Post by fractal » Fri Nov 11, 2011 5:41 pm

Bishop doesn't make beats anymore, unfortunately :(
sub.wise:.
slow down
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Re: Anyone honestly feeling Juke?

Post by joe muggs » Sat Nov 12, 2011 9:39 am

I've done a 156bpm mix for Ninja Tune Solid Steel Radio that airs in a couple of weeks :h:

Actually only a bit of Chicago stuff in it, then joining the dots from that to jit/ghettotek, dancehall, furious acid and grime :dunce: :6:

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Re: Anyone honestly feeling Juke?

Post by Genevieve » Sat Nov 12, 2011 11:06 am

How well respected is the 140 UK juke stuff in Chicago?
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Re: Anyone honestly feeling Juke?

Post by yya » Sat Nov 12, 2011 11:16 am

fractal wrote:Bishop doesn't make beats anymore, unfortunately :(
do you know if i can download his tracks somewhere? or buy them?

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