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DJs: Most Charted - March 2011

DJs: Most Charted

DJs: Most Charted

DJs: Most Charted - March 2011
8 Mar 2011
Each month we bring you the most DJ charted releases across all your favourite genres.
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1
Cat: PUNKS 018. Rel: 21 Feb 11
Breakbeat
  1. Turn Me Up Some
Review: This in your face taster of what to expect on the new Stanton Warriors album originally surfaced late last year and proclaimed by risible overenthusiastic radio personality Zane Lowe as HIS HOTTEST RECORD IN THE WORLD. Perhaps wisely the veteran breaks duo has waited until Lowe has got around to catching his breath before finally unleashing "Turn It Up Some" on a vinyl buying public. Arriving on a one sided twelve inch, it's the Stantons in fine form, liberally borrowing from Redman and laying the titular sample over a mutant combination of schizoid bass stabs, jumping electro house drops and heavily stepped breakbeats.
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out of stock $7.28
2
Cat: ESPD 021. Rel: 28 Feb 11
Broken Beat/Nu Jazz/Nu Soul
  1. Stay Stay Stay
  2. Waves Of Love (original disco version)
  3. Waves Of Love (Deeper mix)
Review: Italian producer Isoul8 and Detroit bassist Paul Randolph (of Innerzone Orchestra fame) hook up on this rather lush 12" on Japanese imprint Especial. "Stay Stay Stay" is a tribute to Roy Ayers and Don Blackman, with soulful vocals floating over the top of languid, funky bass licks and mellow, twinkling keys. The flipside contains two versions of "Waves Of Love" - with the solid 4/4 thump of the disco version slightly shading it for our money. It was also a favourite in the record box of the late Aaron Carl, and as such the Especial crew have dedicated this release to the much loved producer.
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out of stock $15.59
3
Cat: AOS (009). Rel: 14 Feb 11
Deep House
  1. Here's Your Trance Now Dance!
 in stock $13.52
4
Cat: RAMM 92. Rel: 07 Feb 11
Drum And Bass/Jungle
  1. No Problem
  2. Flashing Lights (feat Sub Focus & Takura)
  3. Hocus Pocus
  4. Fool Yourself
out of stock $12.47
5
Cat: ATLAS2LP. Rel: 07 Feb 11
Experimental/Electronic
  1. Tep & The Logic
  2. Unluck
  3. The Wilhelm Scream
  4. I Never Learnt To Share
  5. Lindisfarne I
  6. Lindisfarne II
  7. Limit To Your Love
  8. Give Me My Month
  9. To Care (Like You)
  10. Why Don't You Call Me?
  11. I Mind
  12. Measurements
  13. You Know Your Youth
Review: James Blake's debut album is undoubtedly one of 2011's most keenly awaited releases, and its arrival via his own (major label funded) Atlas imprint ensures their is no lull in momentum for a producer who enjoyed a watershed 2010 with releases on Hessle Audio and R&S. The results here differ wildly from his previous sonic excursions - gone are the shimmering R&B soaked melodies of "CMYK" and the sheer experimentalism of the Klavierwerke EP, which saw the young Londoner depart from the confines of the dancefloor and enter a realm where there was only a passing reference to rhythm-based music. Instead we are treated to Blake's own yearning, raw voice, delicate pianos and an underlying sense of melancholy. Ubiquitous single "Limit To Your love" and the crackly sonic terrain evoked on "The Wilhelm Scream" are among the most immediately pleasing moments, but there is much to explore here. It's a fascinating opus and surely the catalyst to a long and fruitful career at the top.
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 in stock $26.79
6
  1. Farley Jackmaster Funk - "Farley Knows House" (PPF Jack For Daze dub)
  2. Ralphi Rosario - "You Used To Hold Me" (Justin Harris Respectful redo)
  3. Jack Frost - "Clap Me" (Kink Cover version)
  4. Mr Fingers - "Can You Feel It" (John Daly edit)
Review: Round two of the Trax Re-Edited vinyl samplers sees the ever mysterious Popular Peoples Front, Music For Freaks boss Justin Harris, Bulgarian deity KiNK and the ever excellent Jon Daly take on some monumental classics from the Trax back catalogue. Farley Jackmaster Funk's seminal "Farley Knows House" gets doused in several textures of jack whilst Justin Harris offers a relatively cosmic tweak of Ralph Rosario's "You Used To Hold Me" that at least improves on the poorly mastered sound of the original. As per usual KiNK comes up with the goods, flipping Jack Frost's "Clap Me" to include a crazed procession of percussive layers which is likely to cause bedlam on the floor. Equally, Irish producer John Daly also excels despite having perhaps the most unenviable task of all in reshaping the all time classic Mr Fingers production "Can You Feel It?" Obviously not veering too far from Larry Heard's template, Daly does a brilliant job in imbuing some shimmer and delay to the melodic and rhythmic elements that gives the track a contemporary sheen, which was the purpose of the whole project.
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out of stock $7.28
7
Cat: LEFT 20. Rel: 07 Feb 11
Minimal House/Tech House
  1. Inxec & Shadi Megallaa - "Put A String On It"
  2. Pablo Cahn Presents Fruco Y Sus Quesos - "Bimblo"
  3. Marc Ashken - "Bababadababa"
  4. Eric Johnston & Matt Tolfrey - "Bromance"
out of stock $6.77
8
Cat: MPM 11. Rel: 09 Sep 13
Techno
  1. Alpha (James Ruskin remix)
  2. The Family
out of stock $8.84
9
Cat: GID 001. Rel: 26 Mar 11
Funk/Reediciones
  1. G & S
  2. Gid Together
out of stock $10.40
10
Cat: ESPD 021. Rel: 28 Feb 11
Broken Beat/Nu Jazz/Nu Soul
  1. Stay Stay Stay
  2. Waves Of Love (original disco version)
  3. Waves Of Love (Deeper mix)
Review: Italian producer Isoul8 and Detroit bassist Paul Randolph (of Innerzone Orchestra fame) hook up on this rather lush 12" on Japanese imprint Especial. "Stay Stay Stay" is a tribute to Roy Ayers and Don Blackman, with soulful vocals floating over the top of languid, funky bass licks and mellow, twinkling keys. The flipside contains two versions of "Waves Of Love" - with the solid 4/4 thump of the disco version slightly shading it for our money. It was also a favourite in the record box of the late Aaron Carl, and as such the Especial crew have dedicated this release to the much loved producer.
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out of stock $15.59
11
Cat: CORE.95C. Rel: 14 Feb 11
Deep House
  1. Mighty Real Groove
out of stock $10.40
12
Cat: DSR 024. Rel: 07 Feb 11
Drum And Bass/Jungle
  1. Eddie K & Minus - "Serial Killa" (feat Beezy - D*Minds edit)
  2. D*Minds vs Jakes - "Gold Chain" (Drum & Bass edit)
Review: Strictly Bristol business here, as DSR bosses Distorted Minds turn their hands to two colossal dubstep wobblers from sister label H.E.N.C.H. First up, Eddie K & Minus' 2010 summer anthem "Serial Killer" gets the D-Minds touch. It's a suitably heavyweight rub that exists somewhere in the middle ground between drum and bass and dubstep, fluctuating between rolling breaks and addictively steppy beats. Expect it to get heavy rotation from the scene's top DJs. On the flip, Jakes' "Gold Chain" gets dragged kicking and screaming into 180 BPM jungle territory. The results are predictably big, with D-Minds chaining twisted vocal stabs to one of their trademark head warping basslines.
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out of stock $7.54
13
Cat: PIPS 014. Rel: 14 Feb 11
Dirty Dubstep/Trap/Grime
  1. Propa
  2. Disemble
Review: Bubbling Bristolian talent Orphan101 follows up releases on Saigon and his own DECA Rhythm imprint with a debut for Apple Pips! "Propa" kicks things off with a flurry of clicks, alarm style bleeps and midnight chimes like the cinematic soundtrack to a psychological thriller. This is soon swept away by a bone-crushingly heavy, deep DMZ style bassline, which quivers away squid bass style with light, ticking percussion sketched over the top. Juddering chords create a sense of unease, like a light flickering in the gloom or a moth's wings pattering against a bulb. This is complemented by "Disemble", which tunes into his techno sensibility much more palpably with a rippling undercurrent reminiscent of Rockwell's "Reverse Engineering'. Fractured sounds, bubbling bass and bewildering SFX build gradually on top of one other and seem to ebb and flow like organic structures before the track finishes abruptly but masterfully with an artistic musical flourish.
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out of stock $7.28
14
  1. Robert Owens - "Bringing Down The Walls" (Leo Zero edit)
  2. Kevin Irving - "Children Of The Night" (Disco Bloodbath edit)
  3. Spanky - "Acid Bass" (Neville Watson edit)
  4. Mr Fingers - "Washing Machine" (Swag's Ariston edit)
Review: In the wrong hands, this collection of contemporary reworks of classic Chicago house productions could have been a distasteful mess. Thankfully, curated by the guys at DJ History, Trax Re-Edited strikes the right balance between respecting the original source material and satisfying the needs of contemporary dancefloors. As staunch advocates of the vinyl format, Bill and Frank were always going to press for the compilation to see some sort of twelve inch action. The resultant four volume samplers sees 16 of the 21 tracks make the transition, with the inaugural volume worth investigating thanks to the flipside endeavours from elder statesmen Neville Watson and SWAG. The former extends Spanky's "Acid Bass" embellishing the lysergic core and adds some rattling dubbed out percussion touches for good measure, whilst Sheffield's finest tease out the acid brilliance of Mr Fingers "Washing Machine" (nice pun on the remix title too!)
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out of stock $7.28
15
Cat: DIAL 056. Rel: 14 Feb 11
Minimal House/Tech House
  1. Nighttrain (Portable remix)
  2. Nighttrain (dub)
  3. There Will Be Singing (DJ Koze remix)
out of stock $8.31
16
Cat: 4WCL 002. Rel: 07 Feb 11
Techno
  1. I Believe (Sandwell District remix)
  2. Daystar Rising (Aril Brikha remix)
Review: Sandwell District and Aril Brikha are among the most respected producers in their respective fields of techno, but it's not hard to believe that they felt some sense of trepidation when they were asked to remix Octave One; the adage 'if it ain't broke, don't fix it', probably flickered through their minds. Octave One were among the first Detroit techno acts to make their name outside their hometown, and it is the act's breakout track, "I Believe", from 1990, which Sandwell District are tasked with reworking. The original is a gloriously atmospheric house track imbued with an innocence that prevailed during that short period that marked the transition from otherworldly techno to the dark excesses of hardcore. Thankfully, Sandwell's version is respectful; anchored in tight, shuffling beats, they add layer upon layer of atmospheric soundscapes making the vocal sound muffled, almost ghostly, but without detracting from the original's sense of wonder. "Daystar Rising" is taken from perhaps the pinnacle of Octave One's career and was originally released as a split EP with Rolando and Mad Mike. Once again, the treatment is respectful and understated. Departing from his trademark deep techno sound, Brikha simply adds a tougher, acidic bass to the brothers' rolling rhythms and makes the chords sound slightly more eerie. It's a skilful edit with enough subtle changes to make a difference.
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out of stock $14.56
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