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Minimal meeting volume 03

Posted by Eksovichea Hak on Sunday, June 27, 2010, In : feature: DJ centric releases 



Yet again the words in the labeling might throw some people off the scent and as ever the true test is in how the Sonics rub up against your tympanic membrane to possibly connect with those urges of what are hopefully suitably rhythmic body movements unless of course you actually just want to freak out. If you need some steady deep 'n' sexy tech (verging on sleazy but in a good way) destined for those slightly more intimate spaces, then it might be worth taking a look at a few of these trac...


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Ministry of electro House Volume 14

Posted by Eksovichea Hak on Monday, June 7, 2010, In : feature: DJ centric releases 
This ones so fresh that I couldn't find any cover artwork for it of a decent size. Yet another misleading title as I didn't find too much of the types of electro house that people would normally identify with the kinds of popular electro sounds that were making the rounds on the scene whilst the whole electro house thing was blowing up and making its transition from the edge of the underground to partial mainstream footing/recognition. Again this is another bumper fix that spans the house gen...
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50 Minimal techno and House Vol 02

Posted by Eksovichea Hak on Monday, June 7, 2010, In : feature: DJ centric releases 


 

As with nearly all these DJ intended dancefloor centric unmixed compilations that I'd come across on this particular scouting run the title was a bit misleading. Despite the statement of Minimal and Techno antics to be had here there's plenty of other sub genre specialty spanning too. This is definitely one to bulk out your virtual record box with some solid and very credible sounding obscure floor movers 'n' grooves that I certainly wouldn't be ashamed of dropping into a set without feel...


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Unmixed 50 track DJ bumper packs??! Is there enough quality to warrant some of your hard earned cash?

Posted by Eksovichea Hak on Monday, June 7, 2010, In : feature: DJ centric releases 

Long gone are the days of picking up an un-auditioned  4 CD box set of fresh unmixed and often relatively obscure dance tunes for around 10 to 15 quid. The economics of them might seem good but more often then not it was a bit hit and miss as for the most part as you'd usually end up buying mostly an unmixed compilation of absolute tosh. However from what I can remember I was either just very good at it or was just very lucky to have picked up just the right ones for it to kind of work out. M...


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