Bouncy electro?... why have I only just discovered this?
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    Default Bouncy electro?... why have I only just discovered this?

    So I was on wastechester and found this mix by an ozzy female DJ, Natnoiz. Can't put my finger on why but I absolutely love this style. Take a listen, wondering if anyone else is into similar stuff.



    Now begins the quest of finding more. Also, if it gets to 200 downloads she'll release the tracklist so please do .

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    good stuff
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    A lot of this is sped-up moombahton! Since moombah has the 'ton latin beat, it is innately more bouncy than normal 4-to the floor house. Otherwise, this DJ did a lot of searching for songs, and found songs with a lot of swing!

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    cant listen to the mix on my phone but ac slaters older stuff is really bouncy wobbley
    130 bpm electro

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    Yeah, its a bunch of sped up moombahton
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    this kinda stuff is huuuuge in Leeds and Birmingham UK... Jackin' electro/house.


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    Calling it sped up moombahton is kinda retconning it, but yeah, try Kuduro and Baltimore Club (Bmore) if you like this style.

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    Isn't moombahton slowed down house? So slowed down then sped up equals what it was originally

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    Quote Originally Posted by ekwipt View Post
    Isn't moombahton slowed down house? So slowed down then sped up equals what it was originally
    If you listen to moombahton pre-Dillon Francis, it's not a house beat, it's a reggaeton beat, which is broken, not 4-to-the-floor. I think that what people are calling slowed down house is "moombahcore," since it is the same speed as moombahton, but not the same kind of beat. Someone correct me if I'm wrong. If you listen to a lot of reggaeton, then the original moombah beats will make more sense. And they're latin, QED they're bouncy and make las chicas mueven sus culos.

    Also, +1 for Baltimore Club, gotta represent that B-town



    And B-Club is derived from Juke music, so you may want to go looking there.

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    Quote Originally Posted by belchman View Post
    this kinda stuff is huuuuge in Leeds and Birmingham UK... Jackin' electro/house.

    +1

    I live in Birmingham and this is all you really hear.

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