I need some helping finding a specific style of music.
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    Tech Wizard fuelandperform's Avatar
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    Default I need some help finding a specific style of music.

    So these days I've been really getting into the style of music around 110bpm, but it's not moombahton or moombahcore. It's got some swing and really interesting sounds, LOADS of bass. I don't know if i'd consider electro, or glitch, or breaks, or whatever, which is why it's so hard for me to find.

    Some examples of the style are artists like Flume, or Maribou State.




    I REALLY want more songs like this, and I don't want to just rely on a handful of artists. Surely, there must be some users on DJTT that know plenty of this style of music.

    Help please!
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    Chill genres are really really really hard to define, but you might wanna check out some future garage, it's also relaxed, bassy and quite atmospheric. Jamie xx, Deadboy, Scuba, Joy Orbison and Jacques Greene are good artist to start with.

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    They're kind of close to what i'm looking for, but they're more clubby. I'm looking for more funky, jazzy, swingy stuff. Gramatik is pretty good, and KOAN Sound has some stuff too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by fuelandperform View Post
    They're kind of close to what i'm looking for, but they're more clubby. I'm looking for more funky, jazzy, swingy stuff. Gramatik is pretty good, and KOAN Sound has some stuff too.
    http://www.prettylightsmusic.com/therecordlabel/

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    I think you are looking for hip hop and will also enjoy future garage & UK funky

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    This might help.

    http://ghettofunk.co.uk/
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