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posted a comment on Boomtown Production* - Energize / Mindforce. over 3 years ago
BOOMTOWN, say no more!
submitted Future Underground Nation - Its The Way . over 4 years ago
posted a comment on DJ Luck & MC Neat - Red Rose EP. over 4 years ago
Although on... yes that Red Vinyl, look out for two versions that have a slightly different colour / opacity to them. Likely a change in the materials sometime in the pressing we're not sure if this is due to a batch coming first and then second or if ... See full review
posted a comment on Industry Standard (2) - Limited Edition Projects. over 4 years ago
Bumpy Bumpy 98 style, comes with a printed silver label as pictured above or identically there is a printed white version of TTF004 too!
posted a comment on Shaggy, DJ - "Under The Influence " The EP. over 7 years ago
Gold vinyl, dark sound
posted a comment on Scott Angry Anderson* & Leon Mc.Cormack* - The Bobbys E.P. over 7 years ago
The Heart and Soul of Tenerife. Bobbys, Busbys its all the same to me. If you havent been thrown down their stairs you havent lived.
posted a review of Various - The 'Baby' Megamix. over 7 years ago
This is one of those chop up Vinyls which plays a few bars of a tune before dropping another. This one contains a mix of Classic UKG and grimey flavours. Probably from around the 2002 onwards mark.

Includes cuts from loads of massive tracks split by the ... See full review
posted a comment on Double 99 - R.I.P. Groove. over 7 years ago
There is definitely something about a single sided promo. It doesnt make any sense though. "This copy has the Top Cat Vocal Mix too!" "Nah your alright" "If you buy this version you get a funky little Tuff Jam Dub on the flip!" "I prefer my flip smooth ... See full review
posted a comment on Anthill Mob - Why? / Things Just Started. over 8 years ago
Big Tune
posted a comment on Mark Morrison - Crazy (Tin Tin Out Mixes). over 9 years ago
Did Eminem make his 'Nobody Listen's to Techno' quote back in 1995? Back in the day everything got a house remix and yes most of them were rubbish. For future Mark Morrison purchases i would stick to things thats have the word original listed against at ... See full review
posted a review of Fully Loaded (2) Feat. Vincent J Alvis* - Y.O.U. The Remixes. over 9 years ago
Four great mixes, Ayklogic Refix is just the pick of the bunch for me but don't tell Sir Tuffy. Leading the way in the re-emergence of the bumpy garage style that was so popular when Tuff Jam and Todd Edwards first hit the scene. This new breed of ... See full review
posted a review of Sunship - Cheque One-Two. over 9 years ago
A bit more brutal than Try Me Out, Cheque One-Two brings in a bit more venom and mood. A massive track back in early "00's" I've got to admit i'm not as fond of it now! I have to agree with djnv11's comments on Cheque One's YouTube clip that "rb gets a ... See full review
posted a review of Sunship Featuring Anita Kelsey And R.B.* - Try Me Out. over 9 years ago
Try Me Out is the Sunship smasher that everyone UKG knows, although the group is notable for lots of undercover remix work when asked for a Sunship track "Try Me Out" is their benchmark and ahead of the game!

Classic dancefloor filler of around / pre ... See full review
posted a review of Shystie - Make It Easy. over 10 years ago
I got beef once, it was not pretty.
MJ Cole showing he has his finger on the pulse, either that or his policy of remixing just about anything means he hits a cocunut every now again.
I think I read somewhere, probably the metro, that MJ Cole could ... See full review
posted a review of Duncan Powell - You Don't Know. over 10 years ago
Duncan Powell was a troublesome tot and his Polish nanny Nadia had a terrible time trying to get him down for his afternoon nap.
One fateful afternoon Nadia turned on the radio and 702, the poor man's En Vogue, were belting out their RnB smash. Nadia ... See full review
posted a review of DJ Antonio (4), Robbie Gee & MC. DT* - Jump 2000. over 10 years ago
Ive never heard this track oot & aboot but its alright you know.
DT's lyrics over three variations on a theme, all of which would be non starters as instrumentals but all of which actually work quite well with DT going through his ... See full review
posted a review of Robin-S* - Show Me Love. over 10 years ago
You got to give it to me give it to me give it to me yeah.
Big tune. This one is as large as the horse & barge, harefield crew where you be?
On a more serious note I do love this tune. Stonebridge know how to do pop-house, just give them the vocal and ... See full review
posted a review of Infamous 3 - What You Gonna Do. over 10 years ago
Infamous 3 no doubt deliver a bumpy bass 'n' steppy track on the a side with "what u gonna do". The sound rings true of many a DEA Project track and as Subfunk has a DEA release or two up it's sleeve I wouldn't be surprised if this has something to do ... See full review
posted a review of Ginuwine - Holler. over 10 years ago
This track is the absolute definition of a speed garage wharper. Little known Genuine track given the treatment and then some by 'Strike'?, is this really from the same people who brought us the Euro House classic 'U Sure Do'?
Monster bassline to rival ... See full review
posted a review of K-Warren - When I Close My Eyes. over 10 years ago
Even the hardest Grime Head must get a couple of goose bumps when this one slides into the mix. K Warren maximises the vocals and showcases the Vocal 2 Step genre. Me and my crew just love this one. Ultra rare and didnt get rinsed back in the day so ... See full review
posted a review of Wiley (2) - Wearing My Rolex. over 10 years ago
A somewhat controversial release by Eskiboy aka Wiley, moving himself and the Grime scene into the limelight and out of the murky depths of the underground with this mainstream release.

Mashing up some of his lyrics with what could be described as an ... See full review
posted a review of DJ Faz - Destiny. over 10 years ago
It's all about the A Side entitled Destiny on this track.

Dj Faz smashes this with the scaling bassline and high pitched madness delivering a killer blow to the dancefloor and getting everyone bopping around. EZ has delivered this to killer effect in ... See full review
posted a review of Oxide & Neutrino - Casualty. over 10 years ago
You would never find anyone who would openly admit to liking this track now or acknowledge that they ever had any time for it. However it was a pioneer of the simple sample and in my much better than any idea it sporned, eg The Bill or anything with Ali ... See full review
posted a review of Sly (4) - Slippin E.P.. over 10 years ago
This EP holds perhaps the most sought after speed garage track ever. It can slip right through your fingers if you don't grab hard and hold onto when you get a chance. This sells out quicker than "Nintendo Wii's" at Christmas (as of 2006-7) and the ... See full review
posted a review of G.O.D. - Unlimited. over 10 years ago
You put your right arm in, you put your right arm out, in, out, in, out, shake it all about. There's only two records ever made that this command applies to and Todd Terry's remix of this track is one of them. The Hokey Cokey is the other. This is a ... See full review
posted a review of Tuff Jam - Underground Frequencies Volume 1. over 10 years ago
Tuff Jam presents Underground Frequencies Volume 1 does exactly as it says in the title - provides a select compilation of underground 4x4 and speed garage tracks.

Dj friendly for these is a certainty and theres none of that cutting the tracks down to ... See full review
posted a review of Double 99 - Ripgroove. over 10 years ago
Double 99 - Ripgroove defines the genre of Speed Garage and if you ask for a track this usually heads the list. What a tune!!

Apparently a Test by the 99 boys they truly hit the jackpot with this track and influenced much of the scene and work ... See full review
posted a review of Code Blue (2) - Give Him Love / Kenny's Dead. over 10 years ago
Another bumpy 2Stepper!!

This one was a must for one of my sets back in the day - although wasn't so popular in the mainstream. Perhaps it didn't quite suit the club atmosphere? It's a track you'd hear on the radio when chillin rather than when on a ... See full review
posted a review of JK and MJ - This Is How We Do It. over 10 years ago
This one used to smash it on the pirate radio's but i don't think I ever heard much of a regular playout in the clubs. It was a classic pirate radio smash on the airways from Lush and all the rest of the rabble.

A 2Step Wharper if ever there was such ... See full review
posted a review of Mr. Fidget - Fidgestrumental / Don't Watch Me. over 10 years ago
Mr. Fidgets' Fidgestrumental...

On first sight you may ask why didn't they save the plastic and make a coffee table or a few more tea stirrers. In actual fact it's a decent catchy track which is definitely good to accompany a night of beers and shorts ... See full review
posted a review of U.B.P.* Presents Jay Williams - Testify. over 10 years ago
Tuff Jam have absolutely smashed it with this one, ignore everything except the 2 in 1 dub. If anyone ever asks you to define Garage House as a sound just let them have a listen to this. No one knows how Tuff Jam managed to find these dodgey house tunes, ... See full review
posted a review of Jammin* - Hold On / Distraction. over 10 years ago
Gimme that funky ass bassline. Say please!This tune has no manners and thats why so many people loved it DJ Zinc was the first to cross pollinate mainstream UKG with a hard breaks sound. DJ Narrows soon followed and these two have remained the bench ... See full review
posted a review of Jammin* - Go DJ / Dirty. over 10 years ago
Go DJ unlike Kinda Funky has stood the test of time well. This track was the third in the Bingo series and in my opinion it steals the best as well as being the one with the hairy chest. By no means am i saying "Hold On" was the worst as these first ... See full review
posted a review of J.K. Size - Living It Up. over 10 years ago
About as rare as they come JK size has eluded vinyl lovers for what seems like eternity. Searching high and low this one has remained a mystery yet always managed to feel like a lifted bed or pulled forward desk away from being revealed.
There are ... See full review
posted a review of Justice League - In A League Of It's Own EP. over 10 years ago
Love this one. Respect to Solo Recordings & obviously Matt Jam for pioneering some innovative new sounds on the UK garage scene. Artifact has produced a heavier than the average 4x4 style sound on this one that has now emerged as a garage sub genre, ... See full review
posted a review of Various - The Way It Was (Classic Garage Cuts From 1993-1996). over 10 years ago
Top Quality Double Pack with no fillers.
Came out well after all these tracks were first hitting the scene but most of them have stood the test of time and regularly get run outs at any Old School Garage event.
Personl fav's are 'Find A Path' and 'God ... See full review
posted a review of Jammin* / DJ Zinc - Kinda Funky / Drifting. over 10 years ago
Kinda Funky's a burnin track from back in the day which big names like EZ and all the top boys caned. Not particularly stood the test of time well and suffers somewhat from burnout now being heard once in a blue moon! Forget the flip. ... See full review
posted a review of Fagin (3) - Something. over 10 years ago
Big tune from the Brothers Dodge from back in the day before they made it big, if this had been made a couple of years later it would surely have been as big as Moving Too Fast, Woman Trouble etc. Craig David doing some stella work on the soulful vocals, ... See full review
posted a review of Ms. Dynamite + Menta - Ramp. over 10 years ago
Love this Ms Dynamite track and it showcases her MC credentials to a T. Its a shame artists that begin their careers in the garage scene either feel they cant be a success or make enough money by staying in it for any length of time.
Anyway, she sounds ... See full review
posted a review of Todd Edwards - Never Far From You. over 10 years ago
Big Up Todd Edwards. Love this one, such a sunny predisposition as with so many of Todd's efforts. Its all about the original mix, Todd's sliced up some vocals from a song I probably wouldnt even recognise as Never Far From You and turned them into ... See full review
posted a review of Sneaker Pimps - Spin Spin Sugar (Remixes). over 10 years ago
Dont watch Mr Van Helden on this one, its all about the Tuff Jam boys smashing it on Walking Zero.
Huge Pure Silk anthem from back in the day. Super soulful garage and instantanously recognisable as a Tuff Jam flavour.
Respect to Sneaker Pimps, dont ... See full review
posted a review of Sneaker Pimps - Spin Spin Sugar. over 10 years ago
Dont watch Mr Van Helden on this one, its all about the Tuff Jam boys smashing it on Walking Zero.
Huge Pure Silk anthem from back in the day. Super soulful garage and instantanously recognisable as a Tuff Jam flavour.
Respect to Sneaker Pimps, dont ... See full review
posted a review of 4 Deep Connextion - Twisted Future / So Confused. over 10 years ago
This ones off the heezy.
Twisted future is funkier than a slice of camembert left out in the sun. Tina Moore's stutter-effect repeated vocal, im sorry I dont know the technical term, is used the exact right amount that it breaks up the tune without ever ... See full review
posted a review of Ordinary People - The Message. over 10 years ago
In my opinion the best thing Jason Kaye has every done. Chopped up vocals and a funky beat is my kinda thing anyway but this is done really well. A far cry from what the Social Circles label evolved into with Sticky churning out the 2 step flavours ... See full review
posted a review of DJ Hijak* - Ready. over 10 years ago
Oh My!Percussion loops is a little gem and an outstanding tool for any DJ looking to cause a few puzzled expressions from anyone 'brucking out' to their set. Brap, Brap!
The little bit of luck loop is dynamite and Colours gets the full treatment right ... See full review
posted a review of DJ Luck & MC Neat - Red Rose EP. over 11 years ago
This must be the ultimate 2 step garage EP pulling together three of the biggest Garage tunes known to man.
MC Neat is magic on plastic and all three tunes are anthems in their own right.
Little Bit Of Luck is still the pick and the boys have done ... See full review
posted a review of Crash Records (3). over 11 years ago
A popular name for a record label, this 'Crash Records' is based at 16 West 18th St, New York. The Catolgue numbers seem to follow the format CSH 001, CSH002, etc. I struggled to find much information about the label and have only one release on it to ... See full review
posted a review of Janet & Busta. over 11 years ago
Janet Jackosn & Busta Rhymes listed here together on this one. Not a classic combo and this is, a far as I know, their only callaboration. The original reached the top ten in the UK & US.
Spinar & Garrison have given the track a garage mix and have ... See full review
posted a review of MC Ranking. over 11 years ago
The man himself says 'R to the A, N to the K, I to the N to the G, so that clears up the name variation.
A heavyweight of the UKG scene since its inception although not as high profile as some of his contemporaries.
Recording wise he is probably best ... See full review
posted a review of Sharkie P. over 11 years ago
An MC pioneer of the underground garage and pirate radio scene best known for the Masters of the Ceremony hit Do You Really Like It?, the title being one of his own best known lyrics. Perhaps not as high profile and prominent on the UK Garage scene due ... See full review