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Some post dub/future garage/whatever you wanna call it for you sinister

 

https://soundcloud.com/ssense/phaeleh-for-ssense

 

Phaeleh - Journey
Phaeleh - Lament
Phaeleh - Should Be True
Submotion Orchestra - Hymn for Him (Phaeleh Remix)
J-One - All I Need (Phaeleh Remix)
Phaeleh - Outshine
Phaeleh - Here Comes The Sun (feat. Soundmouse)
Phaeleh - Lounge
Phaeleh - In The Twilight
Rudimental - Not Giving In (Phaeleh Remix)
Phaeleh - Deep Within
Phaeleh - Whistling in the Dark (feat. Augustus Ghost)
Phaeleh - So Far Away
Jess Mills - For My Sins (Phaeleh Remix)
Niki & The Dove - Mother Protect (Phaeleh Remix)
Phaeleh - Ghosts of Memories
Phaeleh - Tides
Phaeleh - The Cold In You (feat. Soundmouse)
Hatti Vatti feat. Cian Finn - You (Phaeleh Remix)
Phaeleh - Hollow
Phaeleh - Plateau
Phaeleh - Losing You
Phaeleh - Afterglow (feat. Soundmouse)
Phaeleh - Storm (feat. Jess Mills)
Charli XCX - Jungle (Phaeleh Remix)

 

 

Brizzo fella Matt Preston is Phaeleh, an ambient dubstep producer with an intelligent ear for electronic harmonies. Sample the noises that stimulate him via this weeks i-DJ and read up on Phaelehs most memorable moments in dubstep over at i-D Online.

Tracklisting:
Rowl - Someone
Arkist - M23
Lakosa & Rick Grant - Tambourine
Afriqua - Mir Zeit
Pedestrian & Jasperdrum - Kalakuta
Versa - Element I (Instrumental)
Jack Dixon - Edge of the Universe
Gyu - Non Stop
Troy Gunner - Provoked
Arkist - Ice Cream for Breakfast
Gyu - Neon
Arkist - Know You Wrong
Wascal - Isit
Phaeleh - Storm (Applebottom remix)
Kyko - Mornin Love
Lakosa & Rick Grant - Core
Eleven8 - Kept
Orphan101 - Very Best
Rowl - Egipto
Submerse - Here's Looking At You
Jono McCleary - Ballade (Djrum remix)
Hackman - Fists of Ham
Colorhythm - NRG
Hostage - Keep Dark
Sclist - Dots
My Nu Leng - Waltaknocks VIP
New York Transit Authority - Off The Traxx VIP
House of Black Lanterns - Shot You Down (Breakage remix)
Si Begg - Losing It (Gella remix)
Eleven8 - Changing Colours
Geode - Boogie Woogie (ft. Tivey)
J-One - Yours
J-One - Deep Down VIP
Jade Parker - Together

 

sense one is more garage, i-D one is more housey

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im working on a garage house type mix as we speak, so many bangers tho, could take months :lol:

 

just came across this producer... JHEEZE

 

 

 

 

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is it just me or do others feel like garage tunes just can't get the mixing/mastering as on point as they did back in the day?

 

I mean you can hear when something sounds proper clear and that sounds new, but when they try to make it sound old school it just doesn't work.

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is it just me or do others feel like garage tunes just can't get the mixing/mastering as on point as they did back in the day?

 

I mean you can hear when something sounds proper clear and that sounds new, but when they try to make it sound old school it just doesn't work.

 

 

Alot of the old tunes were analogue tho, and once they were completed they were sent to real mastering houses for that perfect finish before pressing to vinyl.

 

These days alot of producers 'master' their own shit and bang it straight on tunecore.

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Dj Haus going in.

 

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Gonna start making garage again.

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"T.Williams & MJ Cole - Privilege by T.Williams

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its 2001 again

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Easy all,

I always like coming on here and hope you don't mind me plugging my new UKG tunes?

I've got a new EP out, and here's what it's all about...

 
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I'm pretty excited about this one.
Obviously, it features much of the usual steeze; womping UK bass, neck snapping drums, gnarly synths. horns, violins, bagpipes, and nose-flutes (ok, maybe not those last two), but this time also a guest appearance from brilliant soul singer, Mr. Bailey, on the title track, which is a sharp, soulful UKG stepper.
 
Another of the tracks, "And Then" (the 4-to-the-floor knees-up party roller of the EP) has already had an outing from Toddla T on Radio 1 and 1Xtra (radio rip here).
 
Also, the label, Basic Soundz have decided to give away a free track of mine, called "Roll", on their Soundcloud page to celebrate the release.
 
The EP is available on Juno now. Itunes will probably leave it in a drawer for a while before making it available later in the year.
Thanks for reading and listening, big ups to you all.
 
The Colonel :-D
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TQD - Royal T, DJ Q & Flava D

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dont care this is a banger

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jheeze

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all new tracks

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