Minimal but banging. Skippy juke flip of a Dr. Dre sample. Kept it raw and simple.
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Austerity breeds creativity…
And this brings us to our last release of 2013. It has been a very good year for Good Street Records and, in particular, @ventah. Rounding off the year for Good Street is his ‘Austerity EP’.
These tracks were originally written in a short period of time between March – April 2013, and have been revisited countless times since. Blending Juke, Footwork, Jungle, House and Garage, these three tracks represent a time when Ventah was getting to grips with the 160 vibe, and experimenting heavily with mixing different styles at 160bpm. ‘Throw My Money’ has influences from House and Jungle, and features a call-and-response between 808 congas and an arpeggiated house bassline. ‘Roll With This’ features an acapella from an obscure 1996 hip-hop release, and ‘Breathe’ is a track that lets you do just that. Chilled vibes and big bass.
OUT 25th of November on Beatport.
The MOB series returns in fine form with an incredible debut to the EP passing this summer featuring Groovebox, Blaqwell, Zenbi, Jan Van Lier & Sergio Fernandez.
MOB:002 opens up with long time Skint, Loaded & Estereo associate Zoo Brazil, who’s track, “Mystery”, reigns in the familiar essences of latin influenced house music whilst a brazen trumpet powers through to channel the beat.
Sonny Wharton then steps up to the mark with an absolutely ground shaking-ly fierce techno tool. “Octagon” yet again demonstrates the diversity of Wharton’s ability with a catalogue of multi-genred tracks from 2013.
To close, we have previously featured Loaded artist, Andrea Fissore, who has developed his sound and gladly offered “Ask Yourself” to the MOB. The Austrian employs powerful synth lines and a defined pulse of the kick drum to round off this EP with three fantastic additions to the mob.
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To celebrate the beginning of the new year, the homie Hoodie and I decided to release today a collaboration that we’ve just finished. The tune is called Fissa, which happens to be the Dutch slang word for “party.” Hope you guys enjoy the tune and have a very happy new year! If you have plans to go out and party it up with friends tonight, please remember to be safe and don’t drink and drive 🙂
In keeping with Good Street Records’ determination to showcase both well-known and lesser known producers in the UK Footwork / 160 Bass Music scene, we are pleased to present FWUK TRAX SIX, the sixth instalment in our UK Footwork series, and our first release of 2014.
Beach Club + Relic kick off the release in style. Their track Cumulus is uplifting and joins the driving footwork rythm with breaks and luscious pianos. Edinburgh based producer @trytrydiedown is next up. In a similar vein to his track Still Luv U on FWUK4, Need Ur is rthymically unique. @phrixuus is up next with his take on the 160 vibe. Normally producing at lower tempos with his ‘Booty Bass’ tracks, Rough Warmth is Phrixus’ first endevour into 160bpm, and we hope it won’t be his last!
Wolverhampton duo @klocmusic-1 are another of the newcomers to Good Street. An interesting clash of basslines, 808 congas and breaks give birth to this bassy rolla, entitled G.E.T. New name @relka is next up with his track Geek Pond. Chilled deep bassy vibes with a driving kick and well worked vocals make this a solid track worthy of any club set. And to finish us off is @kojehasmusichere, yet another new name with a bright future ahead of him. X20 Hit Combo is solid and bassy, what more could you ask for?
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LIZ returns with her third Jeffree’s release, unquestionably solidifying herself as Mad Decent’s #1 pop princess. “All Them Boys” is a taste of what LIZ has been up to as of late, gearing everyone up for the exciting material she has coming your way in 2014. Mr. Carmack and Colta collaborated to lay down a flawless UK Garage / R&B instrumental, complimented by LIZs distinctly sweet, sexy vocals that we’ve been thirsting over all year. LIZ is on a diamond studded road to stardom, blinding everyone along with way with one shining release after another as she puts the finishing touches on her debut EP dropping early next year.