Requesting a crash course in Garage.

dizzledee

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Yo dudes. Never actually delved into the depths of the 'UK Underground' sub, but liking what I see :D

I've been bang into my garage recently after hanging around with the housey/garage crowd at uni and after the influence of mr EZ, a man who I respect more and more every day, seriously, that guy can mix!

I've been listening to his Fabriclive CD which is fucking fantastic and I encourage everyone who hasn't listened to it to do so immediately, this has given me a few ideas in terms of artists and tunes, but I want more, a lot more.

Any one in the know out there prepared to throw me a few lines? Below are a few I've been buzzing off. I'm aware some of these may be classed as house, but as far I can see the two genres have formed a sexy love-child.




 
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and some of the newer stuff...



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well worth checking out Anthill mob for that stripped back 90s garage/garage house style. i wasnt a huge fan of it when it got all craig david/daniel beddingfieldy
 
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DJ X-Ray

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Anything on Confetti, Ghost, Djs 4 life. Look for producers like El B, Tuff Jam, Steve Gurley, Zed Bias, MJ Cole, Todd Edwards, Sunship, DND to name a few.
Not really a lover of the new stuff but there's loads of class old skool stuff. I was well into it back in the day. I've got tons of it on Vinyl
 

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there is fuck all in the way of garage digitally. you might be able to find some unmixed cds on discogs but most of them are mixed. i gave up searching and ripped the vinyls myself. not as good quality and u get some pops and crackles but hey, i dont mind that.
 

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the best person to ask about tunes available digitally is this guy - http://www.discogs.com/user/dnrvinyl

UK Garage specialist. really friendly guy.

He runs a record shop in croyden and is part of a few garage record labels.

Here is his website - http://www.dnrvinyl.co.uk/


been listening to his mixes too and he is a pretty good dj. all of them have track listings too which is helpful
 

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