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For every action there is a reaction, and in the mid-to-late 90s house scene it was Moodymann. While Larry Heard was the stately father figure of deep houseMoodymann announced himself as its twisted uncle who would let you smoke a joint in his lounge before handpicking records for you to listen to.
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Producers at the time were convinced it had to have been created using some newfangled recording software, only to discover it was spliced together using an old Roland TR and snippets of Elton John and Barry Manilow records. Younger fans may prefer the more polished and accessible sound of 's Discovery. Nick Stevenson. And their second album was the one that set them on the path to becoming a globe-conquering festival behemoth.
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If a pub quiz threw up a question about a game-changing drum 'n' bass or jungle Gravity - Jaja - Here (File in the '90s, chances are it'd be Goldie's 'Timeless' scrawled on the result papers, rather than Photek's debut album. It came three years into Photek's career, in which he'd carved a reputation for producing apocalyptic tracks like 'The Seven Samurai' or hyper-percussive classics like 'Consciousness'.
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The album did so well it opened the door for fellow junglists Source Direct to release an album on Science in ' Dave Turner. When two brothers from rural Scotland released an album that twirls through mystic ambient, robotic vocal samples and lightly bobbing IDM init changed dance music forever.
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It was an overwhelming period of extremes and excess; vodka Red Bull was outselling lager, DJs were becoming mega-rich superstars and Mitsubishi pills were making clubland intensely emotional. The album defined the calm after the strobe-storm; 'Chill' — or 'Chill Out' as it had somewhat cringingly been tagged — became the adopted after-genre by clubbers of the day. Well, not until next weekend any way. Electro is electro because of the vast works of staggered, frenetic art that James Stinson and Gerald Donald created.
This little ripper comes in at 2. UK garage — which Skinner ploughed so furtively for much of his debut — had reached its commercial zenith the previous year and the super club bubble of the late 90s had well and truly burst. To a new generation of teens, the sounds of stripped-back garage rock emanating out of New York started to seem more appealing than the latest house or garage record.
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UK garage, ska and hip hop were all put through the blender alongside stories of characters we had all met and nights out we had all had… or were certainly going to have. But 16 years on, the true size of its influence keeps growing, with everyone from Kojey Radical to Jamie xx singling it out as one of the most important Album) albums of a generation. Before Dizzee Rascal introduced himself looking menacing in that bright yellow corner, the word 'grime' to the mainstream consciousness would have just been something seen on bottles of kitchen cleaning products.
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He was flying the flag for the UK's underprivileged, showing kids just like him what could be achieved even with pot-shot lyrics like "I'm a problem for Anthony Blair" 'Hold Ya Mouf' and "we chuck grenades at Scotland Yard" 'Seems 2 Be'. Of course artists like Wiley and 'Pulse X' producer Youngstar deserve credit for grime's earliest productions, but without 'Boy In Da Corner' the genre might not have tasted the success it has in the last few years.
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