Optikal Dubs – Jungle Mix 2 (Mixed By Dj Hooch) – Free Download –

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For jungle lovers, we are bringing “Jungle Mix” mixed by Dj Hooch. We will be to enjoy 26 tracks that range from original dubplates to hits tunes created by Run Tingz Cru, Isaac Maya, ZoundColector, Ricky Ruff, Benny Page, Marcus Visionary, 4 Corners Crew and many more!

Dj Hooch is one of the best known Venezuelan faces in the music scene “Jungle DnB”. He also has other side projects like Malajunta – with Dj Elerreme -; Jahkogba and 2Diaz.

Jungle Mix is completely free. Enjoy it!!

Tracklist.

1. Hooch Ft Chichman Klau & Big Ele – Hornocity junglist (rancid records dub)
2. Substance – Homeboyz (Serum Remix)
3. Substance – Damn Right (Saxxon and Jinx Remix)
4. Onechot – Maquina (ZoundColector Remix)
5. Ricky Ruff – One more time – Spliff Dubs
6. 4 Corners Crew – mad dem feat general levy
(kursiva remix)
7. True Spirit – Jah Loving
8. David Boomah – Hot Girls (Aries Remix)
9. Version – Mirror bass
10. Isaac Maya & Daddy Freddy – Top On The Mic (Dirty Skank Beats Remix)
11. Marcus Visionary & bandit emcee – Sound Dead Tonight
12. Dreadsquad & Natalie Storm – Beat that chest (J Bostron rmx)
13. Savage Rehab – Outpost
14. Benny Page – Number one
15. Serum – Energy
16. Run Tingz Cru – Born Inna Babylon feat_YT -Serial Killaz remix)
17. Isaac Maya & Daddy Freddy – Move your body
18. B.I.A & Ricky Tuff – Longtime
19. Congo Natty – Jah Warriors (Benny Page Remix)
20. True Spirit – Run Tingz
21. Mr. Vegas feat. Burro Banton, Carl Meeks, Lukie D & Fuzzy Jones – Sound –
22. ZoundColector Ft. Blanquito Man & Candice Cannabis – Spiritual Thing (Jungle Mix)
23. Comand Strange – Disco Ball
24. Hooch – Deja las Loqueras (Walstep Rmx)
25. Hooch – Deja Las Loqueras (Original Mix)
26. Mcklopedia Ft. Apache – Como somos – (Hooch Rmx)

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Optikal Dubs – Jungle Mix (Mixed by ZoundColector) – Free Download

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The head of Optikal Dubs ZoundColector shows us his skills on the decks with a dj set dedicated to jungle slope. You will be to enjoy more than 22 tracks that include figures such as Congo Natty, Ed Solo & Deekline, Benny Page, Run Tingz Cru, Ricky Tuff, Onechot, and Blanquito Man & Candice Cannabis.

If you are a big drum & bass and jungle lover our podcast “Jungle Mix” is a piece that you need on your music device.

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Tracklist

1. ZoundColector ft. Candice Cannabis & Blanquito Man – He Got The Zound (Optikal Dubs)
2. Ed Solo & Deekline ft. Top Cat – Bad Boys (Original Mix)
3. Isaac Maya feat. Daddy Freddy – Top on the mic (Original Mix)
4. ZoundColector – Buju Banton’s Champion (Junglist Unleashed Remix)
5. ZoundColector ft. Blanquito Man & Candice Cannabis – Spiritual Thing (Optikal Dubs)
6. Ricky Tuff feat. Ras Mac Bean – Brighter Day (Original Mix)
7. Congo Natty – Jungle is I and I (Congo Natty Meets Vital Elements Mix)
8. Hamilton – Soundboy (VIP)
9. Danny Byrd – Bad Boy (Back Again)
10. Sigma – Rudeboy (Original Mix)
11. Technimatic – Bristol (Original Mix)
12. Onechot – Maquina (ZoundColector Remix)
13. Jinx In Dub – Amen In Session (Original Mix)
14. ZoundColector ft. Blanquito Man & Candice Cannabis – One of a Kind (Optikal Dubs)
15. Ed solo and Deekline ft. Dj Concept – Ghost Town (Original Mix)
16. Congo Natty – UK Allstars (Congo Natty Meets Benny Page)
17. Deekline ft. The Ragga Twins & Darrison – I Don’ t Smoke (DnB VIP Mix)
18. The Dream Team – Sweetie (Original Mix)
19. Run Tingz Cru & Blackout J A – I Got Love 4U
20. Ms. Dynamite – Neva Soft (Nu:Tone Remix)
21. Benny Page feat. Topcat – Sound Fi Dead (Cabbie Remix)
22. S.P.Y – One Last Quest (Original Mix)

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Optikal Dubs – Jungle Mix (Mixed By Dj Hooch) – Free Download –

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For jungle lovers, we are bringing “Jungle Mix” mixed by Dj Hooch. We will be to enjoy 26 tracks that range from original dubplates to hits tunes created by Run Tingz Cru, Isaac Maya, ZoundColector, Ricky Ruff, Benny Page, Marcus Visionary, 4 Corners Crew and many more!

Dj Hooch is one of the best known Venezuelan faces in the music scene “Jungle DnB”. He also has other side projects like Malajunta – with Dj Elerreme -; Jahkogba and 2Diaz.

Jungle Mix is completely free. Enjoy it!!

Tracklist.

1. Hooch Ft Chichman Klau & Big Ele – Hornocity junglist (rancid records dub)
2. Substance – Homeboyz (Serum Remix)
3. Substance – Damn Right (Saxxon and Jinx Remix)
4. Onechot – Maquina (ZoundColector Remix)
5. Ricky Ruff – One more time – Spliff Dubs
6. 4 Corners Crew – mad dem feat general levy
(kursiva remix)
7. True Spirit – Jah Loving
8. David Boomah – Hot Girls (Aries Remix)
9. Version – Mirror bass
10. Isaac Maya & Daddy Freddy – Top On The Mic (Dirty Skank Beats Remix)
11. Marcus Visionary & bandit emcee – Sound Dead Tonight
12. Dreadsquad & Natalie Storm – Beat that chest (J Bostron rmx)
13. Savage Rehab – Outpost
14. Benny Page – Number one
15. Serum – Energy
16. Run Tingz Cru – Born Inna Babylon feat_YT -Serial Killaz remix)
17. Isaac Maya & Daddy Freddy – Move your body
18. B.I.A & Ricky Tuff – Longtime
19. Congo Natty – Jah Warriors (Benny Page Remix)
20. True Spirit – Run Tingz
21. Mr. Vegas feat. Burro Banton, Carl Meeks, Lukie D & Fuzzy Jones – Sound –
22. ZoundColector Ft. Blanquito Man & Candice Cannabis – Spiritual Thing (Jungle Mix)
23. Comand Strange – Disco Ball
24. Hooch – Deja las Loqueras (Walstep Rmx)
25. Hooch – Deja Las Loqueras (Original Mix)
26. Mcklopedia Ft. Apache – Como somos – (Hooch Rmx)

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Burial Remix “Inner City Life” Will Released By Metalheadz

William Bevan, -better known as Burial– is famous for his great music quality, as well as striving to maintain a low profile in the London music scene. His homonymous LP earned him great recognition by the specialized critics, further consolidating the myth behind the artist.

Now, Burial has a remix of Goldie‘s classic “Inner City Life”, and will be released on the legendary drum and bass label Metalheadz, created by Goldie, Kemistry and Storm in 1994. The original version of “Inner City Life” was released in that same year, reaching first places of the UK charts.

It should be mentioned that Goldie also prepares a new album called The Journey Man to be released next June 16, under Metalheadz‘s label.

The Burial remix will be released on April 22 at Record Store Day celebration.

Enjoy “Inner City Life” original videoclip with Diane Charlemagne.

Source: RA

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‘Amen Break’ Musician Fianlly Gets Paid

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The Winstons frontman Richard L. Spencer has received compensation for widespread use of ‘the Amen break’ via a crowdfunding campaign.Taken from the song ‘Amen Brother’ by The Winstons, the six second breakbeat has been sampled countless times in hip-hop, jungle, drum ‘n’ bass and techno. Listen to the original sample below:

Despite its nonstop usage, neither the copyright owner (Spencer) nor the performer (drummer Gregory C. Coleman) never received any royalties or clearance fees for the sample. The pair never sought royalties but Spencer has expressed that he considers its usage to be plagiarism. Coleman sadly passed away in 2006 leaving Spencer as the only member of the band entitled to compensation- this finally came in the form of a GoFundMe campaign called ‘The Winstons Amen Breakbeat Gesture’ set up by Martyn Webster, a DJ involved with the UK breakbeat hardcore scene. The campaign called for donations from musicians who have used the sample and fans of the music it helped create, raising a total of £24,000. Today the Facebook page for the campaign posted the below video of Spencer receiving his check.

Firstly, sorry for the delay in updating this! It has taken some time to tie everything up, and to cut a long story short, transferring the money from the UK to Richard in America caused some big headaches with my bank being a bit awkward! Anyway, for everyone who donated, here is Richard with his huge Gofundme cheque :)People have asked me if the campaign could be opened again, or left open indefinitely. I have spent a lot of time asking (begging!) Gofundme if they would be able to change the gofundme account I set up originally so that the money went directly to Richard, unfortunately they say that this is not possible at all. Maybe something could be setup directly to Richard’s paypal or similar, I will look into it with him.As much as I would of loved to of presented him the cheque/money myself, unfortunately at the time it was not possible to get to America due to work and home commitments, hopefully one day it can happen!Once again, thank you to everyone who donated, the whole campaign became more of a success than I could ever imagine!(Click HD when you start watching the video)

Posted by The Winstons Amen Breakbeat Gesture on martes, 10 de noviembre de 2015

 

 

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Vinyl – noise and frequency response of old recordings

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Vinyl — is a free VST effect for Windows that emulates the sounds of old vinyl players. Vinyl recreates the dust noise and frequency response of old recordings. You can adjust intensity, color and amount of dust noise in a wide range. Also you can simple select the age of vinyl discs.

Main features:

  • Adjustable dust emulation
  • Frequency responses emulation
  • Gentle distortion

In addition, VST automation and full MIDI Learning are supported.

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Source: ToneBytes

Heavy Hop Brass – Free Brass Loop Library Released By Diginoiz (24-bit WAV)

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Diginoiz has announced the release of Heavy Hop Brass, a free collection of melodic brass loops created for use in hip hop and similar urban music styles.

“Ladies and Gentleman! Produced specially for You, a product of the highest quality in the Urban genre, that will bring Your tracks to the next level. “Heavy Hop Brass” is a collection of 50 heavy, melodic and climatic brass loops.

The library contains 50 brass loops in 24-bit WAV format. The tempo of the included loops ranges from 85 BPM to 105 BPM, which makes them fit nicely with urban music styles such as hip hop, R&B, etc. There’s no information on whether the loops were programmed or performed live. I’ve browsed through the pack quickly and although the included loops do sound nice, they already have loads of reverb on them and this can definitely be a problem in some usage situations.

Reas the entire BPB review.

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Heavy Hop Brass is available for free download via Diginoiz (128 MB download size, ZIP archive, contains 50 audio loops in 24-bit WAV format).

Source: BPB

 

DjMag: Interview to Benny Page

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Benny Page has been talking to DJ Mag about his debut live show, his new single ‘Champion Sound’ and his new album, recorded with a number of dancehall vocalists in Jamaica. Just in advance of the live show, Benny releases ‘Champion Sound’ on his own High Culture Recordings — the first single from his forthcoming album. A skanking dancehall breakbeat number, it features Jamaican artist Assassin on vocals — and a rather cool video, featuring the little kid on all of Benny’s new artwork. Check the whole DjMag interview here.

Source: DjMag

Junglist Network: The Rise and Fall of the Junglist

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Micky Finn and Uncle Dugs on the Rise and Fall of the Junglist Jungle, as pioneering DJ Micky Finn describes it, “the bastard child of dance music.” The underground movement born in Hackney, destined to take over the world. The love child of London’s sound system culture, and the late 80s… Read the full article by Junglist Network’s David Sullivan here

Source: JunglistNetwork

dBridge On The Current State of Drum & Bass: “It’s Not Going Anywhere”

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London-based drum & bass luminary and Exit Records boss dBridge is writing mad. Yesterday, the man known on the street as Darren White took to his official Tumblr to defend the current state of drum & bass while responding to “this continued belief that DnB has been on some kind of hiatus.”

In his extended post entitled “Really Guys! Drum & Bass?,” the former Bad Company collaborator points out that there’s a modern misconception among journalists and musicians alike that drum & bass is all one entity. In reality, as he goes on to say, drum & bass is really a broad spectrum of sound that’s currently being created by a diverse group of leading producers including Noisia, Calibre, Loxy, Stray, and Fracture, among many others.

“As a genre I think it’s earned its place at the table,” he adds. “It’s enriched people who listen to it, clearly influenced producers, and has led the way in the production of modern electronic music for quite some time, much the same way house and techno has.” Respect where respect is due.

Read the complete Tumblr post from dBridge below:

It seems to be a popular narrative with journalists and other non-Drum & Bass producing musicians at the moment, to wonder and show surprise that producers are still making DnB, that it’s “still here” and that it still has any kind of musical value or worth. This continued belief that DnB has been on some kind of hiatus, that it’s been in a state of hibernation or, what I read recently “nearly a decade in dance music purgatory” confounds me. I can point out many labels and artists who have been releasing Drum & Bass-influenced music consistently, my own Exit Records being one of many. I don’t remember any noteworthy label taking a gap year from releasing DnB. Just because you’re not looking, doesn’t mean it’s not there. Some of us are admittedly out on the fringes of electronic music, but we have a loyal and dedicated following, we’re releasing great records on vinyl. Granted, maybe not ‘hand pressed by virgins in a Berlin loft’-vinyl, but vinyl worth listening to nonetheless. So whilst I understand the reason behind some of these sheep like statements, the shortsightedness of those making them does annoy me.

Like many other genres of electronic music, the all-encompassing word ‘Drum & Bass’ has been around for quite some time. It’s a name that encapsulates many different styles of the genre, from the chart-topping music of DJ Fresh & Wilkinson to the Dubbed out Techno heaviness of Loxy, the B-Boy drum work of Paradox, the clinical rigour of Noisia, the Jungle Juke-iness (is that a word?) of Fracture, the Hip-Hop swagger of Stray, the soulfulness of Calibre, all the way through to the minimal precision of Bop. Much like House and Techno, DnB has many offshoots and variants, that all essentially stemmed from the same thing but over time have evolved and now no longer have much to do with each other. The only thing that really binds them all is a tempo, and more importantly (or not?), the name.

This is where my annoyance stems. It seems people have just one view of what “Drum & Bass” is. I have an idea what that is, but it seems to me that some form of daft musical stereotype has taken hold of journalists and musicians who, frankly, should know better. It has its subtleties just like other genres, subtleties that if people could be bothered, or, I suppose, cared, would easily hear. For example, even though we made music together as Bad Company, comparing what I do now to what my buddy DJ Fresh now makes, is like comparing Steve Aoki to Jimmy Edgar. Yet, we still operate within similar brackets of dance music. It is this one-sided view of DnB that many seem to share that makes it difficult for me to identify myself within this genre anymore. And this really is a true shame, considering the fact that I’ve always identified myself with DnB and have felt to be a part of it, from the very beginning of the genre itself. This narrow-mindedness surrounding the term DnB has made me want to distance myself further, as it feels the term ‘DnB’ no longer reflects me and what I’m about.

But, as you might know, I’ve already spoken about my feelings on this in a previous blog post, and this is about something else.

As a scene DnB has outlived and survived many other burgeoning scenes (many of those that were seen as Drum & Bass killers), and it’s still here! Still filling clubs and festival spaces year in, year out. It has a fun side that isn’t going to change the world but provides enjoyment to those who want to lose themselves for a few fun-filled hours, and has a serious, ‘how the fuck did they do that’-complexity, that will musically blow any other electronic scene out of the water.

As a genre I think it’s earned its place at the table. It’s enriched people who listen to it, clearly influenced producers, and has led the way in the production of modern electronic music for quite some time, much the same way House & Techno has.

So, in conclusion:

It’s not going anywhere,

It’s been around long enough for you to know there are differences within the genre,

Show it the respect it’s earned and deserves,

And stop being so bloody daft!

dB

Source: news.beatport

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