Sunday, May 01, 2022

baze.djunkiii Charts 05/2k22

01. Jensen Interceptor & DJ Fuckoff - Club Angels EP [Dancetrax 036]
What a massive release this is. Jensen Interceptor & DJ Fuckoff bring on massive Ghettobass / Booty Electro / Electro Bass heat with this four track 12" vinyl release on the Unknown To The Unknown offspring known as Dance Trax and therefore provide another worthwhile contribution to the genres most recent resurgence. Get down and dirty and NSFW and prepare for some serious highspeed action brought on by the B1 cut named "Drop Your Pants" which also dabbles with banging Chicago Basement-influences for peak time abuse. 100% dancefloor destruction guaranteed.

02. Mark Vernon - Time Deferred [Gagarin Records]
See review for details...

03. No More - Suicide Commando [El Caballo Semental 002]
See announcement post for details...

04. Jana Rush - Painful Enlightenment [Planet Mu 428]
Chicago's finest Juke / Footwork export Jana Rush dropped her first solo album for Mike Paradinas' seminal Planet Mu label last year and despite being a little late to the party in terms of purchasing it this one defo needs to be mentioned and highlighted for its brooding, sparse and unique take on the genre, from the Jazz-infused opener "Moanin'" to the most abstract, yet hard hitting follow up that is "Suicidal Ideation" as well as the Disco-citing high energy peak time effort that is "Disturbed", the robo-mechanical sci-fi warfare soundtrack piece aptly named "Intergalactic Battle" and the vantablack late night bang0r that is "Just A Taste" - with both tunes last mentioned created by Jana Rush alongside DJ Paypal just to name a few. An album that exceeds way beyond the realm of Juke / Footwork and elevates the genre to a whole new level. Recommended. Get.

05. Anschein. - Uberkomplexx. [Anschein 001]
See review for details...

06. Xposed 4heads - Planet A' Go-Go [Internal Combustion 004]
See review for details...

07. King Pepe - Acapulco / Hei Mond [DGM 1302]
Something for collectors of the obscure and more leftfield. The Swiss-based singer x songwriter King Pepe brings on cheesy, nocturnal lo-fi Easy Listening as well as Drum'n'Bass meets Pizzicato Five-reminiscing vibes paired with Swiss German lyrics on primitive art printed whitelabel 7" vinyl which makes this one an interesting addition to the collection for all lovers of Leftfield Pop and beyond.

08. Beam Up & Bukkha - Double Trouble / One Shot [45Seven 022]
Leipzig's long-standing 45Seven imprint strikes again with a 7" double feature produced by Beam Up & Bukkha which marks their third appearance on the label since 2k15, once again presenting a quality take on contemporary, yet Roots-informed Jungle Dub music for deepest dancefloor sessions, weighing in everything from warped basslines, echo'ing vocal bits as well as filtered horn offbeats to classic melodica / synth lines for those in the know.

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