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VARIOUS: Lime Sorbet IV (Selected by QUINCY JOINTZ)(2014)

Lime Sorbet IV Quincy JointzSelectah Quincy Jointz is in the area once more with Volume 4 of his Lime Sorbet series covering all bases from nufunk to nujazz, chillout to breaks, funk to reggae and electro to – ahem – house. This one is seventeen tracks deep and in the days of physical-only releases it would have been worth paying for the whole thing just to get your hands on Andy Taylor‘s nufunk bomb-track Pray which
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Various: BBP Remixed (2013)

Apparently May is international ghetto funk/ nufunk/ breaks remix month for here is Badboe‘s heavyweight scene label Breakbeat Paradise with twelve of the best from the BBP library getting a rework. Perhaps unsurprisingly, among those being remixed are some of the remixers. That’ll be Tom Drummond, Jayl Funk and Badboe himself – of course – after all, what kind of man throws a party
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TOSSES & VARVEZ feat. MISSIN RED: The Music That I Love

Tosses & Varvez‘s new one is The Music That I Love and it’s all about the synths. Oh what – swirly, ethereal washes? All wafting about like Air in the realm of the cloud people? Not really, no. More like those really pissed off zombie Dobermans in the first Resident Evil film. If they were synths. Opener, and title track The Music That I Love is a skankin
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JAZZ K.LIPA: Underwear (2012)

Have you had the chance to check out Jazz K.Lipa’s Underwear? I’m not on about his collection of man-thongs of course, rather his latest drop Underwear. This time around he’s got his electro-ish-funky breaks on and employed fellow countrymen Smith & Smart to provide lyrics where each wishes that they, “had a pump gun in my underwear,” whereas, sadly, they’ve
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PULPFUSION: Wrong World Remixed Vol. 1(2012)

In which Swiss beats merchant Pulpfusion throws the keys of recent ghetto metal LP Wrong World into the remix dish and allows his baby to be taken home by a variety of remixers to get as saucy as they wish. Engaging in the action are Zenit Incompatible, Turntill & Merlin, Hong Kong Ping Pong, Frenic, Assassinated, Funkanizer, Rambla
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PALOV feat. LADY FAYE: Troubles (2011)

Probably the best thing I’ve heard off the Cast-A-Blast label this year, Troubles is a big slice of soulful late-night reggae with a dope rnb-style vocal from Lady Faye along the lines of Katalyst and Stephanie Mckay‘s bomb track Day Into Night from back in March. The acoustic feel of Palov’s original gets a heavy dub-fuelled makeover from Jazz K Lipa and is all about the b-line and reverbed horns while Dirty Dubsters apply some jazzy junglist pressha
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