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this really is very very good, isn't it?

I quite like the album, I really didn't know what to expect and was pleasantly surprised. I still think the best version of Woo Boost is this housey version though.

Rusko _ Woo Boost (Subskrpt edit)


Also Flux Pavillion is sweet, I'm loving the Roksonix remix of Voscillate and the Game Over track he's done with Datisk (who is also fucking superb)

But the track that I keep coming back to is M'Black's Heartbreak. The Bare Noize remix is fucking astonishing, I love the original version and also the housey Diamond Cut remix but this? This really is something else (and no doubt posted before now).

M'Black - Heartbreak (Bare Noize remix)


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Metallica - Seek and Destroy (Bassnectar dubstep remix)


And for the nerdy among us:

Reso - Beasts in the Basement


While I'm here I might as well post a few more that are on my playlist.

Excision & Datsik - Swagga


The Partysquad - Murderer (Diplo and Jayou remix)


Tek One - Broken String


Bloodfire - Psycho Gorilla (Vyron remix) <-- this is just a fucking brain drill.


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One day that shit will die, and it will be a good day.

Hoooo, bun di sensi!

Cheer up. Ridiculous call and response (if done right) is one of the things I most enjoy about going to DnB and dubstep nights, especially if it's your local place it feels so personal.

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The Guido album is superb, it's like some next-level MIDI-file R&B overflowing with melody and hooks. It's got this almost too perfect, artificial feel which I quite like, beyond his small group it doesn't really sound like much else.



Youtube doesn't have too much (he has a horribly unsearchable name) but there's a bunch of clips on Soundcloud: Punch Drunk Records. I think many of the tracks have been released before or he's played them out on mixes but yeah, if there was any justice this would be huge - so accessible but with loads going on under the surface.

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They could stick a punch drunk sticker on a big poo and i'd buy it, so i'm definitely going to love this when I eventually get it. I've more or less come to the conclusion that nearly all artist albums from "dance" producers are a waste of space, but Guido's tracks aren't terribly DJ friendly, so I have relatively high hopes.

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