The first of these takes the title track role and goes by the name of 'Scared To Death', which brings together shuffling, sharpened bass creations and catchy vocal slices, topped with bubbling drum structures to add that dash of sauce. Peven Everett - Gabriel Live Garage Mix This is an absolute classic featuring Peven's gospel vocals and a powerful trumpet riff that together create a mellow but solid groove. We here see him touch down on the legendary Night Bass imprint across four absolute heaters, including the unique synth riffs of the title track 'Fuego'. Wookie - Down On Me Another one from Wookie and this time it's got a little more bass. Artful Dodger - Movin' Too Fast Absolute blinder from Artful Dodger with great vocals by Romina Johnson.
This is followed by the eskimo-inspired synths of 'Strange' and heavily syncopated swinging melodies of 'Triples'. Finally, we step it down a gear as we descend into the slower, more rapturous electronic expansions of 'Who's There', a gnarly trappy roller, perfect for finishing this one off! What you need to know The dub drums samples are divided into five folders: 128, 130, 132, 136 and 142bpm. We kick off with a smooth and soulful collaboration between Higgo and Kyst Cortez entitled 'Same Way', followed by some super melodic explorations from man of the moment: Sammy Virji in 'Promise Me'. Majestic, seductive and full of flavour. New Horizons - Inspiration Absolute banger! Sia - Little Man Exemen Works Mix Exemen Works' remix of Sia's track 'Little Man' is a much loved garage classic thanks to it's sultry grimey lows and soulful peaks.
This instalment of SampleRadar is devoted to it, with beats, basses and synths all awaiting your attention. This one will have you dancing like it's the Millennium! Kele Le Roc - My Love 10° Below remix Timeless classic. Daniel Beddingfield - Gotta Get Through This You all know this one, right? Tina Moore - Never Gonna Let You Go Kelly G Remix Kelly G's remix of Tina Moore's 1995 track 'Never Gonna Let You Go' made it into the Top 10 in 97 and still has us two-stepping today. Now let's be honest, is there anything that can stop the Night Bass train it it's tracks? It's been a very exciting year for NuBass so far, who seems to be able to do no wrong as he continues to expand both his fanbase and catalogue with hard hitting releases dropping left, right and centre. Amira - My Desire A big track for the garage girls, 'My Desire' has been a favourite garage anthem since its release and we can see hear why! Genius Crew - Boom Selection We said it's time for action - Boom boom boom selection! This is followed by the pounding dancefloor flavours within 'Trippin', before a weighty collaboration with Hot Goods rolls into place by the name of 'Dead Prez'. Because they're royalty-free, you're welcome to use the samples in your music in any way you like - all we ask is that you don't re-distribute them. Following this, Killjoy continues with the funky theme with some hard hitting rhythmic movements on 'Disturbance', before Smokey Bubblin' B injects a lashing of garage flavour into proceedings with the stripped back design of 'Brock Out'.
It's been a little while since the Southpoint team returned to their original homeground of 140 music, however this latest collection from Dubzta demonstrates their dominance perfectly as the Welsh wizard lets loose over four fantastic originals. . On the production side of things, Kouslin provides the perfect, high energy base from which the uniquely melodic flow structure of Logan is let loose. Jaheim - Just In Case Dubaholics remix Fast paced, soulful and a massive floor filler. We kick off with the title track 'Frontline', which combines junglist drums and potent subs to create some seriously nostalgic energies.
The Wideboys feat Dennis G - Sambuca And we've all sang along to this one. Next, we hear cracking originals from Dr. Following this, we hear a more neurotic episode in the techy arrangements of 'Jackpot', which uses warbling reeses and punchy drums to create a lively atmosphere, before 'Yuma Sei' launches into view with its euphoric chord structure and precise vocal sampling. Finally, the uplifting arrangements and chord progressions of ''Do Me Right' from Wolfe puts the finishing touches on a great body of work. Finally, Purple Velvet Curtains joins the party with yet another smashing vocal introduction, as the futuristic techy tones of 'Dusk' wade into view.
If there is one thing that the 1Forty team know how to do well, it's assemble a well balanced compilation project. Check out the latest issue for many more. After that we see another fantastic return as Daze Prism unleashes his super groovy original 'Check', before Man Of Steel rounds up a phenomenal collection with the pleasing chord progressions and a jiggy drumwork of 'Crazy'. CruCast have been on a scorching run of late, combining a run of releases between both their established high flyers and exciting newcomers. They are a Bristol based project that aren't afraid to explore new areas and unknown collaboratory ground, often unearthing gems in their wake.
This one is sure to set the dances alight for certain. Y-Tribe - Enough Is Enough Some seriously pure garage sounds right here! On the flip we are treated to another heater in 'Lazers', which, unironically uses lazer-like siren tones to form an alarming bass lead. If this old school garage remake of Brandy's 'Angel' doesn't get you in the groove nothing will… 3. Dark, dubby and packed with percussion, 'Down On Me' doesn't disappoint. The track's even been sampled in Julio Bashmore's track 'Footsteppin''.
Now, as a label we love what is going on at Durkle Disco. Oscillator with his wobbly roller 'Amnesia', Joedan with his nostalgic creation in 'That's Hot' and the return of the ever dependable Moony with the funky inspired rhythmic switches on 'Attica'. . . .