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  1. #16

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    already mentioned this guy but i really love this track. ambient techno / breaks style if thats your thing. it takes me back to some great '94 tunes


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    Quote Originally Posted by spaceface View Post
    Sorry gregsta mate, not a hard house fan at all really. But whatever ticks people's boxes is alright by me. They do sound mid-90s i'll admit, but then i never really followed the genre. And yeah that sample @2:38 drove me nuts for a bit until i remembered the name. For any other trainspotters out there i want to explain the process my brain goes through:

    - couldn't remember the track, but remembered it was remixed but some cheesy mainstream dj that i also couldn't remember the name of
    - remembered that this cheesy dj also remixed reel 2 real
    - checked reel 2 real and discovered i was thinking about judge jules (seems my brain rememered Jules & Skins)
    - searched my judge jules remix and found Helicopter - On Ya Way

    My mind is filled with far too much music junk
    I love Judge Jules cheese or no cheese he one of those dj's that have survived the test of time.

    I love the tune Helicopter.

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    https://soundcloud.com/eastprojectlo...i-hitmeister-d

    Here another tune i like that is recent I really like this its a cracker not hard house this time.

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    and this tunes is just amazing this guy needs a nighthood for this tune so fucking good

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    Reminds me a little bit of 99 ripgroove

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  7. #22

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    Thought i'd post the odd tune in here when it gives me those retro vibes. Would love to hear recommendations from anyone else still buying new stuff. I'm not overly keen on that bassline at 2:15 here, but otherwise think this is a great tune. needs an ableton edit maybe

    Last edited by spaceface; 12th May 2018 at 07:40 AM.

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    Nice EP overall this


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    One more, just cause John Shima. every tune is a buy on release for me


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    Quote Originally Posted by spaceface View Post
    Thought i'd post the odd tune in here when it gives me those retro vibes. Would love to hear recommendations from anyone else still buying new stuff. I'm not overly keen on that bassline at 2:15 here, but otherwise think this is a great tune. needs an ableton edit maybe

    There is not enough low mid in the breakbeat or at least layer the breakbeat with a kick drum underneath the kick drum on the breakbeat to make it sound more fuller, but then all of a sudden an over bassy kick drum comes into the tune half way through, who ever made this tune should leave breaks to the professionals harsh I know, even when the kick drum comes in it should follow the breakbeat!
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    I like this tune!

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    This is how you make a breaks tune! 27 year old tune! nice low mid on the breakbeat! very important frequency when making breaks

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  13. #28

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    Quote Originally Posted by Monty View Post
    I like this tune!

    ah man, that is one tune i never thought i'd see anyone post in here. Absolutely love this I listened to it LOADS a few summers ago. she seems like a pretty cool girl too. very quirky in a cool way

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    10/10 for this one, he needs medal for this one.

    3,043 views so am not the only one who thinks this is good.

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    Another cracker

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