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Re: Juke vs. Dragg

Post by titched » Wed Oct 27, 2010 3:24 pm

kingGhost wrote:and as for the dancing... that's some boy band shit right there, lol

to each his mother fuckin own
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that was was NOT a proper example of footworking. that was a joke. THIS is footworking.




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Jesus, this Tri-Angle fact mix is absoloutely sick...
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Post by jon ad » Wed Oct 27, 2010 5:15 pm

We've been waiting for this development to occur. Here is a minimal wave tinged remix of Clubroot from Bryan Zentz, to be released on a remix 12" coming out in a couple of weeks:

http://lodubs.bandcamp.com/track/clubro ... entz-remix
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Re: Juke vs. Dragg

Post by fractal » Wed Oct 27, 2010 5:22 pm

the wiggle baron wrote:Jesus, this Tri-Angle fact mix is absoloutely sick...
Qft
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Re: Juke vs. Dragg

Post by mchrysler » Fri Oct 29, 2010 2:34 am

lol read the comments below for a few good laughs

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Re: Juke vs. Dragg

Post by kozee » Fri Oct 29, 2010 5:21 am

We get Rashad here in SF in a few weeks!

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Re: Juke vs. Dragg

Post by hasezwei » Fri Oct 29, 2010 6:04 am

guys no offense but why is it that both genres sound so good in theory but the production is so shit you can't enjoy it?
i just don't get it. people go crazy about this music but much of it sounds like toy keyboards and presets, also the mixdowns are cringeworthy most of the times. now i do enjoy lo-fi sounds a lot, early ATR sounded raw and distorted but there was still a lot of craftsmanship behind it. most of this stuff sounds like there's no effort put into it.
i'd say juke though because the mixes and dance videos i've heard sounded dope, just all the single tracks i've listened to on their own so far sounded like something made in 10 minutes on emagic music maker or something :o

gonna check that triangle mix, maybe it's gonna change my mind but i doubt it :?. nothing beats this video:



even though there's shouting etc and you can't hear the music properly i think this video sounds better than any juke stuff released on planet µ so far, i suppose it's the reverb of the room itself. btw i'd kill for a tracklist if there's any juke specialists here :D


EDIT: i mean this from 1:00 on, it's pure gold!

but then i listen to dj nate again and i'm like "uh... what the fuck is this supposed to be?"

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Re: Juke vs. Dragg

Post by the wiggle baron » Fri Oct 29, 2010 5:16 pm

Juke has missed the mark by an absoloute mile for me. Yeah im sure it has a tonne of pressure on a massive rig, but so does a sine wave...and an 808 kick. Im yet to hear anything I would want to listen to again.

Oh, and im sorry, but I dont care how hard it is to do, how technically clever and how perfectly in time they might be (which from what ive seen hasnt been the case anyway -w- ) but footworkers look like fucking idiots.

But fair enough, it just aint the scene for me :D

But bjork backwards? Now were talking...
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Post by 1017_duck » Fri Oct 29, 2010 6:02 pm

the wiggle baron wrote:Juke has missed the mark by an absoloute mile for me. Yeah im sure it has a tonne of pressure on a massive rig, but so does a sine wave...and an 808 kick. Im yet to hear anything I would want to listen to again.

Oh, and im sorry, but I dont care how hard it is to do, how technically clever and how perfectly in time they might be (which from what ive seen hasnt been the case anyway -w- ) but footworkers look like fucking idiots.

But fair enough, it just aint the scene for me :D

But bjork backwards? Now were talking...
you hear the spinn & rashad fact mix? best juke i've heard (aside from badass posts by fractal).
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Re: Juke vs. Dragg

Post by titched » Fri Oct 29, 2010 8:23 pm

kozee wrote:We get Rashad here in SF in a few weeks!
when and where is rashad playing? i'm going to be out in sf in november.

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Re: Juke vs. Dragg

Post by murky21 » Mon Nov 01, 2010 2:36 pm

Juke track-

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this is absolutely siiiiiick.

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Re: Juke vs. Dragg

Post by SGN » Mon Nov 01, 2010 9:41 pm

I heard the DJ Rashad and Dj Spinn for XLR8R and couldn't get into it at all. Maybe it needs to be heard on a massive system, but whatever I've heard of the "proper" juke sound so far has been pretty shit. Feeling some of the Drag stuff a lot more. The Tri Angle mix for Fact was good, especially from the Amen Ra tune onwards, but a better one for me was the LHF - Keepers Of The Light Vol. 2 mix. Don't know if that's exactly "Drag" though.

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Re: Juke vs. Dragg

Post by joe muggs » Mon Nov 01, 2010 9:58 pm

I don't know about all this modern goth kid music really - but there are some really funny dragg things on youtube where they've ridiculously timestretched Blondie, Destiny's Child etc and made it sound like you're stuck in a k-hole with the devil, which is pretty good... and this is just monster raving drug music, IMHO.



Dunno anyone would want a whole night of this shit, but I dunno what chemicals are coming out of Chineses labs these days, maybe it's cool to have sex to while fucked up on NRG1 or something?

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Post by kion » Mon Nov 01, 2010 10:42 pm

joe muggs wrote:I don't know about all this modern goth kid music really - but there are some really funny dragg things on youtube where they've ridiculously timestretched Blondie, Destiny's Child etc and made it sound like you're stuck in a k-hole with the devil, which is pretty good... and this is just monster raving drug music, IMHO.



Dunno anyone would want a whole night of this shit, but I dunno what chemicals are coming out of Chineses labs these days, maybe it's cool to have sex to while fucked up on NRG1 or something?
Makes me want to slit their microphone cables
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Re: Juke vs. Dragg

Post by polho » Mon Nov 01, 2010 11:28 pm

hasezwei wrote: :?. nothing beats this video:


I would trade my hearing to be able to bust those kinds of moves.

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Re: Juke vs. Dragg

Post by kion » Mon Nov 01, 2010 11:36 pm

polho wrote:
hasezwei wrote: :?. nothing beats this video:


I would trade my hearing to be able to bust those kinds of moves.
They give Michael Flatley a run for his money!
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Re: Juke vs. Dragg

Post by titched » Sun Nov 07, 2010 6:29 am

kion wrote: Makes me want to slit their microphone cables
hahahahaha

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Re: Juke vs. Dragg

Post by Skriptah » Sun Nov 07, 2010 10:32 am

clairvoyeur wrote:I see salem is associated with dragg which means dragg is associated with this:


lolololololololol

so yeah, i think juke wins by default.
wtf? Saying Juke vs. Dragg is like saying Cocaine vs. Meth. Id rather see Dj Nate off some white girl getting dirty with some foot work, rather than salem on a heroin binge slowching around up on stage like he was drowning in a pool.

But, what ever, slightweight NEW GENRES'. So I cant hate, tis exciting on both ends.

Juke wins by default.

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