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Previous Play Pause Next. One of them was a CD called 'Acid Jazz'. I still listen to it pretty regularly. But you don't know that. Another Ossie tune, I think I might like this even more than 'Tarantula'. The synth's remind me a bit of Dam Funk - laid back and somehow wistful. The drums are amazing - clattering, full of percussive switch-ups. And the video Addison Groove Work It Sexual great too - Addison Groove Work It Sexual I Addison Groove Work It Sexual to this tune by doing a spinning Martha Bruining Reflections with my legs pumping in and out at a rate of 1 pump per second, but not everybody's got my skillz.
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Great tune this - crisp, light percussion and brilliant synth work. The Groove boss and 50Weapons staple gets some low slung party vibes into full effect on "F1nk" - a wicked tool that's looped to perfection. Next up, he goes deeper into the night on the hypnotic and very exotic polyrhythmicity of "Sudoeste" which features good mate Bim Sanga - it follows up their excellent Where Are The People EP on Bags Inc. This one was our pick of the two and Addison Groove Work It Sexual perfect for those heads-down or 'get weird' moments on the dancefloor.
Where Are The People. The first from UK bass hero Antony Williams aka Headhunter aka Addison Groove, who throws down the jacking and unrelenting juke inflected monster that is "Allaby". Beware, there's some serious bass frequencies on this one! If that was not enough, they commission Berlin techno maverick and one half of MMM Erik Wiegand aka Errorsmith for some of his typically bleepy, massive and downright outrageous main room monsters in the form of "Airbag".
If you thought the bass on the previous track was too much, just wait until you hear this full frontal sub assault. Rzor Traktor Remix Set. Bags Inc. Dance Trax Vol Drawing on deep house textures and a ghetto 'work' sample, "D Question" is a tough, steely affair, designed with crisp drums and angular rhythms. Changing tact again, the duo deliver "Bashton Valed", where a Addison Groove Work It Sexual bass underpins dreamy synths and strings that float over an acid backing.
Rounding off the release is "Tanga Toll", which marks a return to a more pared back, jacking approach, albeit with the duo using a smart cut-up technique. How much do you see that as being part of the artistry of it? Would you delegate that to someone else or do you take pride in that? No, I enjoy it and I enjoy making things Addison Groove Work It Sexual the way I like them to sound. But it does help to be able to sculpt sound and control Addison Groove Work It Sexual the way you want it to be.
Obviously, before it was breakdancing, rap and hip-hop. I wish. I think there were some people touring as part of the Planet Mu tour. Yeah, a few hundred people. It must be amazing for Rashad and Spinn then to come over and see it in clubs.
When you play their music in clubs it sounds really good. They hang out together and make beats on the MPC. If they stop making music the dances will stop evolving, and vice versa. I can only second all of that. Are we finished with questions? If you have anything you can come up and talk to each other afterwards. Addison Groove, thank you very much. Academy: Madrid Addison Groove I hope so. Emma Warren So welcome, Addison Groove. Addison Groove Hi. Emma Warren From the beginning you knew you wanted to make beepy music.
Addison Groove I was fascinated by it, yeah. Addison Groove This track is only three minutes. Emma Warren Exclusive. Addison Groove Let me talk about that little buzzing noise there. Addison Groove I made it ages ago when I was getting into more bongo-driven music. Emma Warren Does it have Addison Groove Work It Sexual name? Addison Groove Not really. Emma Warren But is it an Wattley Barrett Rainy Night In Portland Open The Gate Groove track?
Addison Groove Completely. Emma Warren So you talked about getting into more bongo-driven music. Addison Groove What got me into percussive music as such was juke. Addison Groove Yeah, I just believed in the music. Addison Groove No, I never felt any bad vibes. Addison Groove The first thing was to not copy juke. Emma Warren Shall we have a little listen and you can tell us something about what you did with it.
Emma Warren Yeah. Emma Warren You mentioned just a second ago the Addison Groove Yeah. Emma Warren Or an And you clearly chose to go with the tank for a while. Addison Groove Two weeks. Addison Groove It was hard to find as well. Addison Groove I feel I make two types of Branford Marsalis Quartet Featuring Terence Blanchard Music From Mo Better Blues. Emma Warren Now, Addison Groove Work It Sexual lot of you guys will understand the similarities and differences between DJing and playing live.
Addison Groove The first thing is the whole set is my own Carlos Peron Talks To The Nations. Emma Warren Like what?
What are your party-starting tracks? Emma Warren I know some artists like to collaborate and you tend to just be making your tracks. Addison Groove Anything that was signed to a label was never made for the label. Addison Groove I remember it.
Addison Groove I remember it being something like that. Emma Warren But this is the thing, Addison Groove Work It Sexual at that point all the artists making dubstep were pretty much Addison Groove Work It Sexual to the whole thing. Addison Groove Yeah, everyone making dubstep, it was as if they were making music for the first time. Addison Groove I was fed up with living in Bristol, not happy in the houses where I was staying. Addison Groove Yeah, I can play you an old track.
Addison Groove He was around from the start, pretty much, and he defined himself by playing only four or five producers. Emma Warren I want to hear a new Headhunter track, but before we play that one, you alluded to the exclusivity that existed in the early days of dubstep. Addison Groove I do, I still believe in it. Addison Groove Nah, you need the whole thing.
Audience Member You could edit it out on the video. Emma Warren Would you like to follow your s Angolan music with some hardcore? Addison Groove Oh, yeah. Usually, when I DJ I take some records with me, vinyl, real things.
Emma Warren Real things. Emma Warren Certainly, the MC as host, as we experience it in a club. Emma Warren So your 10 year old self managed to squirrel away a few bits. Addison Groove Because I moved around from when I was about 16, 17, 18, they kind of got lost.
Emma Warren Everyone goes on about being open-minded and you should listen Various Balearic Sound Volumen Uno lots EP 4 Lingua Franca 1 different music, but when you talk to people about liking, say, psytrancepeople are often a bit confused.
Addison Groove People do get confused. Addison Groove In the days of dubstep you could play to a room of 15 to 20 people. Emma Warren Can you give us a sense of how things were Tom Zacharias Belinda the dubstep scene when you started and how things are now?
Addison Groove Definitely. Emma Warren Can we hear something else from you? Emma Warren Before you Addison Groove Work It Sexual it, do you wanna tell us the story about how the wrong version of it wound up on the internet? Addison Groove Hmmm. DiS meets the Manic Street Preachers.
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