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  id request for the heads
Posted by: Ornette - Yesterday, 03:06 - Replies (1)

anyone know what this is? it says 'streetbeats' on the label

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  Short jungle mix // new jungle with few olds
Posted by: gremino - 2nd July 2020, 22:02 - No Replies

01. Gremino - Roamer
02. Skerce - Jungle Fever
03. Harmony & Xtreme - Temple Of Heaven
04. Gremino - Jbb31
05. Veak - Chemist Ina Dis
06. Riffz - 2 Late 2 Run (VIP mix)
07. Conrad Subs - Here With Me
08. Dark Dean & Hankinson Ft. Stevie A & Carmen Naida - In The Area
09. Dj Soul Slinger & Gunsmoke - Jungle Liquid Sky (London Underground mix)
10. Mega City 2 - Spice
11. Sonar - Refraction
12. Sub Sequence - F B Removed

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  Reggae Classics and Recommendations
Posted by: Spectraz - 2nd July 2020, 20:01 - Replies (3)

Every summer I tend to listen to a lot of Reggae, and at the same time research the genre and it's history. I have mostly been listening to dub over the years, but I have slowly started to broaden my horizons, and trying to find more classics and gems.

If you listen to reggae, then you essentially must read up on the Jamaican soundsystem culture, to understand the sound, techniques, and the genres setting from the pre-reggae days, up until contemporary reggae.

I have already got a list with the top Reggae albums of all time here:

Now I requesting recommendations in the following genres and aspects:

Pre-Reggae styles

  • Mento
  • Ska
  • Rocksteady
  • Early Reggae
  • Roots Reggae
  • Dub
  • Rockers
  • Lovers Rock
  • Dancehall
(Although I have not been fond of Dancehall, and Reggaeton, perhaps there are some Dancehall classics that are essential. I am looking for the more groovy sound rather than the hectic and bouncy sound)

Special Categories
  • Bass heavy Reggae (Classics and new)
  • Bass heavy Dub (Classics and new)
  • Summer Reggae
  • Current Reggae (New labels merging Reggae and dubstep production techniques, and artists such as Joe Ariwa, Ashanti Selah, Alpha Steppa and producers like them. I prefer the ones that come from a more traditional Reggae background rather than the to clean and digital dubstep sound)
  • Books on Reggae (On Jamaican music, Reggae, soundsystem culture and design, Dub, production techniques etc.)
  • Reggae music production (VSTs, sample packs, books, MIDI, tutorials, instruments etc.)

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  ATTN Muttley
Posted by: Statto - 29th June 2020, 05:34 - Replies (3)


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Posted by: Euphony - 28th June 2020, 08:00 - No Replies

Omni Music welcomes back the enigmatic Enjoy to the label. Omni and Enjoy go back to the very start of the label's inception, so we are excited to finally be releasing more of his music. Enjoy has been a modern success story, with releases on the legendary Reinforced Records, AKO Beatz and Skeleton Recordings. He brings his expert production skills back to Omni and presents us with 4 sublime slices of deep atmospheric jungle, where he cuts his breaks to maximum effect complete with haunting soundscapes. We look forward to more from this incredible talent again soon.

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Posted by: Euphony - 28th June 2020, 07:49 - No Replies

The astounding Cryogenics returns to Omni Music with a release of his well-known deep atmospherics. Cryogenics has always been a favourite with us at Omni since the label began, and these 3 tracks show why. Deep sub bass, towering drums and resonant pads that soar majestically. This is another worthy addition to the label, and is a joy to hear Cryogenics back with new material.

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  Moodymann plays Motown - Carhartt WIP Radio Show #145
Posted by: +ToRMeNT+ - 22nd June 2020, 11:50 - Replies (1)

I'll be listening to this a few times this week. 

Proper.  Xyxthumbs

.. To celebrate the 60th anniversary of Motown, the iconic record label launched in 1959 in Detroit, Michigan by Berry Gordy Jr., Carhartt WIP will release a thirteen-piece capsule collection in the coming weeks. The collaboration honors a label that reshaped the sound of American pop music, diversifying its airwaves in the process.

To mark the collection launch, we reached out to Detroit native Kenny Dixon Jr. aka Moodymann and asked him to prepare a strictly Motown music Carhartt WIP Radio show, that displays his personal love for the label.

As Moodymann is not man for hasty reactions, he delivered a detailed mix featuring rare b-sides, interviews and live recordings by Motown artists like Marvin Gaye, Diana Ross & The Supremes, Steve Wonder, Kem and Dazz Band. Asked about his very own feelings towards his mix, Kenny Dixon Jr. simply says: “No matter where I‘m standing it’s good to hear home sometimes. These songs are woven into the soundtrack of my own personal movie.” There is nothing more to add, only: enjoy the ride!.. 

Carhartt WIP Radio Show #145 - Moodymann plays Motown - November 2019


1. Marvin Gaye - Poor Abbey Walsh (part 2 / take 2)
2. Odyssey - Our Lives Are Shaped By What We Love
3. Marvin Gaye - Outside Police Station (Trouble Man Original Film Score)
4. The Miracles - Do It Baby
5. The Undisputed Truth - Brother Louie
6. Andre Williams - My Imagination
7. Four Tops - Bernadette
8. Diana Ross & The Supremes - Forever Came Today
9. Marvin Gaye - “T” Plays It Cool
10. Commodores - Cebu
11. Marvin Gaye - Come Live With Me Angel
12. Marvin Gaye - There Goes Mr “T”
13. Smokey Robinson - Baby That’s Backatcha
14. Marvin Gaye - Soon I’ll Be Loving You Again (Alternate Mix)
15. Marvin Gaye - Sad Tomorrows
16. The Temptations - 1990
17. Syreeta - Keep Him Like He Is
18. The Supremes interview
19. Syreeta - Keep Him Like He Is
20. Marvin Gaye - Theme From Trouble Man
21. The Undisputed Truth - Big John Is My Name
22. Stevie Wonder - Everytime I See You I Go Wild
23. The Temptations - Message From A Black Man
24. Marvin Gaye - Checking Out (Double Clutch)
25. The Undisputed Truth - The Law Of The Land
26. Marvin Gaye - Stick Up (Trouble Man Original Film Score)
27. Jr Walker & The All Stars - Shotgun
28. The Supremes interview pt2
29. Teena Marie - Deja Vu (I’ve Been Here Before)
30. Rick James - Hollywood
31. Kem - If It’s Love feat. Chrisette Michele
32. Marvin Gaye - Police Break In (Trouble Man Original Film Score)
33. Erykah Badu - The Healer
34. Rick James - Sexy Lady
35. DeBarge - You Wear It Well
36. Dazz Band - Joystick
37. Dazz Band - Keep It Live (On The K.I.L.)
38. Dazz Band - Let It Whip
39. Rick James - Throwdown
40. Marvin Gaye - “T” Stands For Trouble (alternate version)
41. Erykah Badu - Hey Sugah (interlude)

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  Eusebeia - Reclaim The Symbol EP [Inception:Audio - IA020]
Posted by: wiz - 20th June 2020, 21:04 - No Replies

Eusebeia - Reclaim The Symbol EP [Inception:Audio - IA020]

Inception Audio return with the latest instalment Eusebeia - Reclaim The Symbol EP

"Hidden Power"
Dreamlike and atmospheric, leading you into intricate halftime drum patterns and shuffling percussion.
With heavyweight subs this one is hypnotic, detailed production throughout.

"Lost Then Found"
This is deep, incorporating elements and playing with the slow/fast nature of halftime drum patterns.
Its gritty, groaning, bass and haunting FX hits keeps this ones energy flowing. It makes for an emotive musical journey.

Reclaim The Symbol
is loaded with darker elements, intricate percussion and cinematic synth-work taking centre,
before dropping into brutal basslines and thumping drums. This is a deep journey, whilst exploring the experimental side.

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Eusebeia - Reclaim The Symbol EP [IA020]

01 / Eusebeia - Reclaim The Symbol
02 / Eusebeia - Lost Then Found
03 / Eusebeia - Hidden Power

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  Recommend some "Chill / Chill out" albums please!
Posted by: DJ ML - 19th June 2020, 21:32 - Replies (16)

During the past few months i have been listening more to "Chill" and "Chill out" music, please can subverts recommend their favourite albums.
Classic albums and the not so well known albums also.
Muttley hopefully you will have a good list of albums!

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Posted by: Euphony - 14th June 2020, 08:18 - Replies (2)

Omni favourite 'Pageant' jumps back on to the label with four more beautiful works of art. Proving himself to be a master at blending emotional melodics, pristine breaks and discreet jazz influences; this is another EP that took Omni HQ's breath away. Released just in time for summer, this 4 track cruise through soulful atmospherics is just the tonic for those sunny days ahead.

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