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Speed Garage / Dark Garage essentials

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Postby theapplefritter » Tue Oct 02, 2012 11:16 pm

Had a wee search and found an old 4x4 Garage thread, but thought I'd make a dedicated one for just Speed Garage from the 90s and after and other Darker stuff from the early 2000s, if anyone fancies contributing...



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Zed Bias: "To be honest, I find the idea of having a genre of music being called ‘bass’ music is hilarious. If being dark and having bass in it is the main criteria, then I have been making ‘bass music’ since forever."
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Postby neonriddims » Tue Oct 02, 2012 11:19 pm


http://soundcloud.com/neonriddims/goapele-milk-honey-neon-1
plastician wrote:In a scene like ours, the word Dubstep means something different to everyone now.
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Postby LA_Boxers » Wed Oct 03, 2012 8:28 am

Anything by R.I.P Productions or 187 Lockdown is a must.
http://soundcloud.com/loftpartyrecords/sets/latcha-foundation-ep-lpr006/ - LPR006. Due 20/05/13.

http://www.rood.fm - EVERY OTHER THURSDAY 8-10pm //
http://www.corruptradio.net - EVERY OTHER SUNDAY 6-8pm//
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Postby chekov » Wed Oct 03, 2012 1:50 pm



all i have to contribute, sick tunes posted so far tho
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Postby OllieScott » Wed Oct 03, 2012 6:44 pm



Been playing this one a lot recently
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Postby groucho_marxx » Wed Oct 03, 2012 7:29 pm











I remember buying all these records when they were originally released, they sound pretty dated today!

Is there a big market for this kind of stuff? I have hundreds of these tracks sitting in a basement in Folkestone.
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Postby wehlfest » Wed Oct 03, 2012 8:38 pm

Here's a topic from a little while back that has a bunch of mixes on this vibe:

viewtopic.php?f=1&t=250305
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Postby theapplefritter » Thu Oct 04, 2012 3:25 am

Some awesome selections here. Few I didn't have, Cheers !

These two on a similar vibe.



Zed Bias: "To be honest, I find the idea of having a genre of music being called ‘bass’ music is hilarious. If being dark and having bass in it is the main criteria, then I have been making ‘bass music’ since forever."
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Postby theapplefritter » Thu Oct 04, 2012 3:28 am

Also, always loved this one !

Zed Bias: "To be honest, I find the idea of having a genre of music being called ‘bass’ music is hilarious. If being dark and having bass in it is the main criteria, then I have been making ‘bass music’ since forever."
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Postby shankstep » Thu Oct 04, 2012 10:33 am

theapplefritter wrote:




Tune.

This one edges more toward grime but still a good one:

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Postby jsml » Fri Oct 05, 2012 10:25 pm

Zed Bias gave away a load of free tunes over the last couple of christmases that included 4x4 mixes of 'Standard Hoodlum Issue' & 'Seven Day Kiss'. They're pretty sick.

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and of course:

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Postby skwiggo » Sat Oct 06, 2012 12:28 pm

i love this thread x 1000000 already - nothin to contribute though sorry i need educating more on this stuff :D
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Postby fda » Mon Oct 08, 2012 2:50 pm

Last Friday We went to Warehouse London to hear

Matt Jam Lamont
Todd Edwards
Wookie

It was too much- Ridims all night each DJ dropped rugged tunes - mainly 4/4 with just a touch of 2 Step (not a big fan of 2 step though there are some tunes)
Amongst the barrage New Horizons find the path (in your mind) got dropped as did Scrappy

Get over to Matt Jam Lamonts Soundcloud there are mixes for download including the radio1 essential mix from 97 – one of the best mixes on this style there has ever been its here..

http://soundcloud.com/matt-jam-lamont/tuff-jam-bbc-radio1-essential-mix-26th-october-1997-free-download

An example of the music at its best mixing up the US and UK tracks with the emphasis on the Groove- before the later hype and 2 step changed things..
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