the fuck you jus say
LTJ Bukem  Love Of Life
>atmospheric jungle, live recording, the tune at 30:52 is killer
>In the UK, where jungle was very popular at the time, garage was played in a second room at jungle events.
>garage was played in a second room at jungle events.
>garage was played in a second room
It already existed then, thanks for proving my point.
Around the same time that gay black people were inventing House in Chicago, gay black people were inventing Garage in New York. It makes you wonder if gay black people in other cities weren't doing similar things, like maybe 'Shack' in Indianapolis, or 'Toolshed' in Des Moines, or the uptempo, swanky, soulful 'Apartment Complex' coming out of Cleveland's urban underground. Where House brings the funk, Garage brings the soul, as it sounds more organic and 'disco-y'. Scientists have still yet been able to figure out what makes its spin-off genres 2-step/UK and that godawful 'speed' stuff actual Garage, since they've both been disowned from conception.
another example showcasing the jungle/uk garage relation
notice how the deep house track above starts out with a junglist beakbeat before the 4x4 kick takes control and loops the snares into a rhythm most commonly associated with (uk) garage music
>Chav, (/ˈtʃæv/ CHAV) is a stereotype and pejorative epithet used in Britain. The stereotype was popularised in the first decade of the 21st century by the British mass media to refer to an anti-social youth subculture in the United Kingdom. The Oxford Dictionary defines "chav" as an informal British derogatory, meaning a young lower-class person who displays brash and loutish behaviour and wears real or imitation designer clothes.
>anti-social youth subculture
>young lower-class person who displays brash and loutish behaviour and wears real or imitation designer clothes.
Jungle fans were nothing like that.
>not putting a donk on it
why does that club look like the set of a campy 1970's science fiction TV show?
is trap /bleep/ i mean i know some euro clubs were there is this house/trap mix were whiteboy's do the cooking dance.
imo was very edm like
i hope deep house / uk garage will survive their massive popularity they gained this summer, and not share its downfall like what happend when dubstep went popular.
it will go down as the greatest, lushest and most complex acid techno in history.
obviously americans that heard about aphex 5 minutes ago will not understand whats going on, this is an album for vintage synth enthusiasts. in my opinion rich had some balls to release this under his aphex twin alias, all the youtube idiots want fucking insane drill n bass and i'm glad he didn't give it to them. i hope they move on now.
thought of all the spotify casuals stumbling upon only to have their brain warp-ed by exotic intellectual braindance beats , acid IDM Retro Synth, programming and intelligent rhythm time signiture Tickles me pink