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LTJ Bukem Series

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Guest web_norah

Good Looking return to Earth, the series that helped to establish them as a leading independent record label. LTJ Bukem has found the time between US and Australian tours to select Volume 7 of the Earth series. Featuring Good Looking’s long established artists such as Bukem himself, Makoto and Nookie, and also some rising stars on the label, such as Matizz and K-Scope, Earth 7 mixes the boundaries between down-tempo, breaks, jazz, hip-hop, house and drum & bass.

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Guest web_norah

LTJ Bukem is a drum n bass legend and i am NOT surprised he kicked butt ...btw if any of you dig the drum and bass, check out DJ Marky from Brazil, he is serious biz as well.

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Guest endymion

Indeedy! Marky & XRS rock, real smooth stuff. They did the Bebel Gilberto "So Nice" remix that I love so much. And if you dig him then move on from there to DJ Patife. Marky uses a lot of his mixes.

I never realized that I liked drum & bass because I never understood that it could be smooth. A friend of mine from Beatcamp turned me onto liquidfunk drum & bass with DJ Marky and not I just LOVE it. The really fast beat lets producers get way more creative with the rhythm than with house or trance. Kind of like creative hip hop beats but like twice as fast.

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Guest durrtylexx

Roni Size live is goes insane I've seen him a number of times. Last time at World of DnB during the conference and he mixed salsa, with merengue and brazilian drums.

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Guest endymion

I have yet to see Roni Size live because I only got into this drum & bass thing recently, but oooohhhh yeesssss, I am up for that. I have his Nu Forms stuff on constantly.

Have to say I like the Marky/XRS/Patife Liquidfunk thing better than the jazzstep thing. It's more accessible. I played a Patife 'cool steps' mix for my 85 year old grandmother recently and she loved it. Friends of mine who go to dance clubs all the time hear Roni Size and think it's too strange.

Man now I have a craving for that Roni Size album. Damn you, it's 2 AM, I'm never going to get to sleep now.

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