Tuesday, 10 December 2013
TheUkgForce & TooBad Djs presents The Soundz Of 2013
An hour of great UK Garage tracks from this past year including Zedd, Ts7, Disclosure, Naughty Boy, Woz & alot lot more.
1 - TooBadDjs 'Intro' - Jepadee
2 - Never Let Me Go - Gilbino
3 - Go - Delilah (Moony Remix)
4 - By Your Side - Para
5 - You & Me (feat. Eliza Doolittle) - Disclosure
6 - Raw Sex - Hybrid Theory
7 - Tell You Why - Route 94
8 - Reach - Woz
9 - Real - Gargon City (Low Steppa Remix)
10 - Creeping In The Dark - Majestic feat. Jungle 70
11 - Lifted - Naughty Boy feat. Emilie Sande (Mojam Remix)
12 - Clarity - Zedd
13 - Heartlight - TS7 (Polygon Dub Mix)
14 - Look Right Through - Storm Queen (Route 94 Remix)
15 - The Hype - Wookie feat. Eliza Doolittle
16 - I Know You Want Me - Royal T
17 - Crazy - Leanne Louise (Unreleased Mix)
18 - Pick me up (Smokey Bubblin' 'B' Remix)
Get to know TooBad Djs More (Paul E & CK).. Check out the interview HERE we done with them erlier in the year.
If you want a split tracklist leave a comment below, if there is enough demand ill get it sorted.
Monday, 9 December 2013
Marc House Lamont takes on Katy Perry with a UK Garage Remix of 'Unconditionally'.
'Unconditionally' was released 16th of october 2013 from Katy's fourth studio album 'Prism'.
The track only reached number 35 in the UK Charts.
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Saturday, 7 December 2013
Finland's heavy bass badman Rico Tubbs makes his triumphant return to Party Like Us Records with Deadly Sound, a bassline hurricane of an EP that's tinged with jungle vibes and a fat, bouncing low end. Four-to-the-floor riddims and vintage ragga samples drive the record at a breakneck pace, bringing bassline squarely back into focus. Alongside the title track's thunderous, crunchy groove, "Champions" is an intentional nod to the past with its classic UK rave breakbeats and ethereal pads, while "Mad Rough" is aimed directly towards the future, an upbeat and dynamic roller that's soaked in menacing synths and frenetic breaks.
Support from 12th Planet, Marco Del Horno, Jillionaire, Utah Saints, Roska, DJ Q, Aquasky and many more.
Wednesday, 4 December 2013
Copydbwoy Presents 019: Сookin & Сream Oldschool UK Garage Mix (Interview in description)
Copydbwoy in action. Today 'Copydbwoy Presents' podcast is getting one month old. Just in 30 days we made 19 episodes with total length of more than 10 hours with 6279 plays on them. We celebrating this milestone with another amazing guest mix. Today we have Sergy Gonzalez on the turntables who made proper oldschool UK garage mix exclusively for your listening pleasure.
Here's little interview I've made with Cookin & Cream:
Copydbwoy: Greetings Sergy, please introduce yourself.
Cookin & Cream: My name is Sergy Gonzalez, I'm 26 year old, living on the canary islands Tenerif.
Copydbwoy: I was so amazed when heard you for the first time. It's so rare these days to found somebody that young as you who plays proper oldschool garage.
Copydbwoy: How long do you DJ'ing?
Cookin & Cream: I'm playing since age of 16 and producing from year 2009,
Copydbwoy: What are your influences and where from comes your scene name?
Cookin & Cream: I'm influenced mostly from old skool hip-hop and R&B. The story behind my nickname comes for my confectionery work. Cookin & Cream, Sergy is always cooking cream. So I cooking cream music as artist, hehe.
Copydbwoy: Another great nickname story. Big up!
Copydbwoy: Tell a bit about your DJ experience.
Cookin & Cream: I started playing at rave parties, then was invited to radio MaximaFM at www.tenerife.it, that pushed me forward to the play more discotheques and I started playing deep house but always I wanted to do my sound, so I'm still true to hip-hop up to this date.
Copydbwoy: Always good to hear not UK DJ who plays UK sounds so right. It's like finding a gem and putting it into case that's full of them already. All great, all shiny.
Copydbwoy: What equipment do you use?
Cookin & Cream: I had the technics 1200 and table pioneer 800 DJB, also have a vestax controller but mainly I'm playing vinyl.
Copydbwoy: Name some producers who influenced on your taste
Cookin & Cream: Perhaps Pete Rock, because I define myself with his music.
Copydbwoy: What's your goal as artist?
Cookin & Cream: I have a job and music is my hobby now. I want my music to be heard as much as possible. Social networks are helping me with that.
Copydbwoy: Thank you so much Sergy, much respect from me and my listeners. I'm looking forward to hear more music from you! Keep it real!
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Contact me if you want to participate in Copydbwoy Presents podcast. I accept all good UK garage, grime and bassy house/techno music.