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Clubbers decktionary: Moombahton10 Aug 2011
A guide to the musical genre defined by midtempo shuffling rhythms
Moombahton (moom-bar-tonn), also Moombahsoul, Moombahcore, Moombahstep, proper noun: midtempo style (105-115 BPM), characterised by the same shuffling rhythms (or ‘riddims’) of reggaeton, cumbia and dancehall with heavy bass and beats, plus…
Mount Kimbie interview20 Apr 2011
Dom Maker from Mount Kimbie chats dubstep and something called 'emo-step'
Mount Kimbie manage to sedate you whilst still making you want to move. Rather than having you hurtle head-on into the sweaty masses like any old ‘dubstep’ club night, the London-based duo of Dominic Maker and Kai Campos’ deliciously concocted rhythms…
A rough guide to the genre of music known as Lovers Rock15 Mar 2011
Clubbers' Decktionary: A guide to the myriad genres of clubbing
Lovers Rock adj. romantic style of reggae music cultivated on the London reggae scene, c. 1975-1985. While contemporary strands of reggae (dub, roots, rocksteady etc) were becoming increasingly politicised and serious, Lovers Rock maintained a…
Wonky features guests Dam Mantle and Asazi Space Funk Explosion16 Feb 2011
Hip hop, broken beat, dubstep, Afrobeat and drum & bass from Trouble
Wonky is the latest club night to come from the Trouble stable, which also brings you Limbo and Devil Disco Club, and grows from its much respected, now defunct, Trouble night. ‘Devil Disco Club is a streamlined version of what we were doing at Trouble…