Good Jump Up

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First off I dont want to start a debate about jump up is shit etc etc if you instigate said debate then you will automatically be crowned King Fag.

I haven't really listened to jump up since 08 apart from the odd hazard tune. Who's killing it?
 

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My opinion of jump up is that is has gradually been getting shitter, generally, since about 2006. There are still decent jump up tracks made today but they are hugely out-numbered by the amount of mid range shit you hear, although some of that mid range shit is actually ok.
 

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Be interesting to see what people have to say here. I stopped listening to it at the beginning of the year.
 
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minimal jump up is sick imo, a lot of dancefloor djs are rinsing it.

the Wilkinson track is huuuuge
 
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what i meant by all jamp-ap is minimal is that it's all ridiculously basic.

bland drums? check
bassline? check

done...instant jomp-op banger.

this isn't hate...because i am partial to a bit of jimp-ip myself,.

but jemp-ep is basic as fuck.
 

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For me: Hazard, Konichi and Decimal bass - But I think it's because these guys seem to producing in a very different style from the others (Hazard especially seems to have almost unattached himself from the jump-up genre)

Jump-up has always seemed a bit samey, or at least the stuff i've become Accustomed to has. However I do think it has it's place and mixes very nicely with a bit of tech. I just can't stand jump-up focused nights, I really don't feel like the attendants are there for anything more than MDMA and persistent rewinds and it just gets a bit silly.

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https://soundcloud.com/scott24%2Ffield-of-vibrations-playaz
This style of techy jump-up is what I'd personally like to hear more of. This track was dropped at last Critical night at Fabric and did not seem out of place for a moment.
 

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I am of the opinion that Jump Up is starting to evolve into a more techy sound.

I'm hearing a lot less of the wompy, vowel-y kind of bass and more subby, growly bass sounds. The drums are sounding a lot more stripped back and steppy too.
 

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For me: Hazard, Konichi and Decimal bass - But I think it's because these guys seem to producing in a very different style from the others (Hazard especially seems to have almost unattached himself from the jump-up genre)

Jump-up has always seemed a bit samey, or at least the stuff i've become Accustomed to has. However I do think it has it's place and mixes very nicely with a bit of tech. I just can't stand jump-up focused nights, I really don't feel like the attendants are there for anything more than MDMA and persistent rewinds and it just gets a bit silly.

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https://soundcloud.com/scott24%2Ffield-of-vibrations-playaz
This style of techy jump-up is what I'd personally like to hear more of. This track was dropped at last Critical night at Fabric and did not seem out of place for a moment.
big big fan of this tune sooo original and sooo banging....

although and count me in that crowd u described, but you heard of the nuera nights... oh days its like a war field in there and i love it, but i also love a goood old fashion metalheadz room 2 fabric so i dunno shouldn't stereotype...
 
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