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    I've just been calling it UK Bass

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    Quote Originally Posted by Xonetacular View Post
    I've just been calling it UK Bass
    I thought you UK guys used more Cod & Halibut. Bass always seemed more of a US fish to me.
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    The english do love their fish and chips though. UK bass is everywhere.

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    Whatever they call it, I don't care... just keep bringin' it!!!
    Maya Jane Coles stuff just takes me back to a different time in House for me.

    David Alvarado's Maya Songs L.P. reminds me of this sound for some reason.
    Jimpster is quality as well as another Freerange Records artist Toni Lionni - his stuff is intriguing, just discovering him.

    Even some of Tribal UK's label early stuff... used to love that label.
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    I must say it drives me mad. All the different perceptions of genre names.
    I can hold my hands up, huge Deep House fan. Maceo Plex, Maya Jane Cole, Re.You, Visionquest.
    Their some of my personal fav's!
    I did a Deep House Mix just recently, seeing as the topic has several fans I'd love for you to have a listen.


    Did anyone here attend the NYD Hot Natured party at Pulse? Thoroughly enjoyed that!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shane Says View Post
    We all know beatport is awful with genres but they are referring to this as Bass Music in their emails. And if you click on the link it will bring you to songs with genres labeled with techno, house, hip-hop, and electronica.

    In my opinion this bass music is on a new tip. It is something different and refreshing. It does take from house, techno, r&b, uk garage, dubstep, juke, and probably other areas that I'm not even aware of.

    But the "problem" is that it doesn't really have a name. I haven't heard anyone from the scene that is actually making these tunes or a head of a label repping the artists actually put a name to it. Some people online (forums and blogs) call it UK Bass Music, some call it post-dubstep, and some call it future garage. But it really doesn't have an official name right now.
    I absolutely agree mate. My first love was always Uk Garage especially the 2-step stuff and this really reminds of that.

    Love this thread!!

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    Here are the links to those podcasts I was on about, definite UK Bass as I understand it just to clear up any confusion. I think the term definitely acts as an umberella more than a specific genre hence the confusion:

    http://www.xlr8r.com/podcast/2012/01/lv - for LV

    http://www.xlr8r.com/podcast/2012/01/throwing-snow - for Throwing Snow, check his tune "Too Polite" on Local Action label, amazing!!

    http://www.xlr8r.com/podcast/2011/10/damu - For Damu.

    Also this to some extent is Bass but I would say there was a lot more there besides, amazing mix though anyway so needs a post!!

    http://www.xlr8r.com/podcast/2011/11/french-fries
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    Quote Originally Posted by KS2 View Post
    Have Tale of Us & Miguel Campbell been mentioned? As well as the Hot Natured label which tends to be deep house? Check out Solan too.

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    Yeah! Didn't Miguel Campbell's 'Something Special' win DJMags tune of the year? Hot Natured is also a favourite of mine

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    Quote Originally Posted by KS2 View Post
    Personally I've never heard of 'bass music' though I'd imagine it to be something fidgety/electro-ey along the lines of Jack Beats.
    It's not though. Far from anything super noisy. It's hard to give one example of this sound because most artists sound different than others. Some use 4x4 beats, some use 2-step beat patterns. Some put an acid twist on it, some put a UK Funky/Garage/Bassline twist on it, some go with a more dubstep approach to it.

    Acid
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=s68TwWmyYcI

    UK Funky
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DoAi_xY0taU&ob=av2n

    Dubstep
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WPVpAUly-_s

    Techno
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6ZF_bO7pM4M

    Juke
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zhXCgvI2KnI

    It all sounds different to me but it all mixes well with each other and with the classics which they are influenced by, if done correctly.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shane Says View Post
    I would argue this is more Future Garage...

    But then again this is another case of non-defining genres... people see music differently and as Karlos said... Genre's most of the time mean jack shit!

    Music, I think has progressed to the point where songs now take from so many of the 'original' genres, (house, garage, dub etc) that new genres need to be made very often to incorporate the different sounds...


    Anyone else heard of the 108-110bpm 'electro-dubstep' genre of MOOMBAHTON?

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