Re: where to find techy broken stuff?

From: Velanche Stewart (
Date: Tue Mar 19 2002 - 09:45:10 CET

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    21st century soul wrote:
    > kabuki. his newest 'tempest' on head to toe and his remix of le mans were
    > f'n wicked. heavy dnb vibes in a broken style. see also sequel's 'para los
    > pinchas' on some sonar kollektiv label whose name escapes me...and zero db's
    > remix of suba's 'samba do gringo paulista'. dope!

    I'll add a couple to mikebee's recommends...

    There's a tough track by DJ Zinc, going under the guise of Jammin' with
    the tune "Unstable" on his label called Bingo. Sort of broken, but more
    techy and has a heavy bassline.

    Another one that's doing it for me is from, of all places, Warp Records.
    There's a 12" of "Mercedes Bentley vs. Versace Armani." One version is
    remixed by DJ Maxximus and the other is by Something J. I'm very partial
    to the Maxximus version--excellent mixture of ragga-like rhythms,
    rolling bassline, and a tech feel that is devastating.

    And while on the subject of the dBs, might want to check out Carmel's
    "Nujazzkiller" for a mixture of the jazz, the broken beat, and some
    toughness that makes Fluid Ounce (Zero dB's label) a label to watch.

    I hope this helps. Best of luck on your quest.


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