DJ Sly - 36 times

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  1. AVADanceDomain

    AVADanceDomain New Member

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    new roller by SLY, I can see this getting rinsed at every drum and bass event this summer

     

  2. Large Marge

    Large Marge garbage truck

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    erm I expect there's a few that probably won't be playing it...

    pretty good for sly though, imo
     
  3. WhoSayReload?

    WhoSayReload? Well-Known Member

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    It makes me sad that Sly does this for a living, has he ever tried carpentry?
     
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    Tbf it´s not only Sly but a whole camp that gathers around this sound.
     
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    Catsel Well-Known Dismember

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  6. Gloxxy

    Gloxxy I SNORT COAL

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    That fucking toad croak bass. Rinsed to fucking death!
     
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  7. Large Marge

    Large Marge garbage truck

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    kung fu flick dialogue got old ages ago too... jump up does need some fresh ideas

    still think there's a lot of good stuff out there tho
     
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  8. RUSSLA

    RUSSLA DNBF Monarch

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    36 times obvs
     
  9. tyranny

    tyranny Well-Known Member

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    anyone caught trying to "rinse" that at an event I put on is getting turfed right off the decks, escorted out of the venue and never getting booked again.
     
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    I don´t think that the Toad Croakers do even give a single fuck. Do they really like this kinda sound or are they just like, let´s throw this shit on the floor, the fackin peasants will eat it anyway? Because that what it sounds like to me.

    The newcomers are even worse I´m afraid, they just don´t get past screeches.

    Konichi (Annix) became so uninteresting, also Nu Elementz and Decimal Bass. They don´t put any effort in their tunes.

    But yeah, I agree, there is good stuff out there..T<I, Serum, Voltage..a couple of lesser known guys that have had some good output..like Version or Flat T.

    I always liked the darker midlands stuff by Devize and Shookz, they seem to be a bit quiet tho recently.
     
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  11. Large Marge

    Large Marge garbage truck

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    well yeah loads of producers get stuck on rinsing the same sound for too long instead of progressing or just doing something different, which is lazy, but I don't think they're that cynical about it, lol. I think the vast majority are 100% into what they do

    agree with your list of quality producers, could probably add half a dozen more... at the end of the day there's good and bad jump up as with anything else
     
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  12. $pyto

    $pyto Soundcloud changed everything

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    Annix is Konichi & Decimal Bass. But I agree, the only thing that I liked since their Inception LP was 'Party' by Decimal Bass last year.

    As you say though, Voltage & Serum have had a good year. 'Wiretap' still goes off. There's still a few gems out there
     
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  13. Rapid99

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    Sounds of da DJ Sly
    Enchanted bass

     
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  14. Dagz

    Dagz Well-Known Member

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    What do you do when your favourite gang in music history are all over the shit. It saddens me how far jump up has evolved. It's almost tragic.
     
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    "Only one dimension coming from the DJ Sly"

    Guy makes sense. Tho.