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Fabriclive 57: Jackmaster

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  • Audio CD (23 May 2011)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Fabric Worldwide
  • ASIN: B004VPCDMS
  • Other Editions: MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (6 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 85,706 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

Track Listings

Disc: 1

  1. Release Yourself - Fantastic Alleems
  2. Big Fun (Magic Juan Remix) - Inner City
  3. Classic Beat Tool - Gregor Salto
  4. Night Drive (Thru-Babylon) - Model 500
  5. Nite Life (Armand's Retail Mix) - Kim English
  6. Plugged In - Anthony Shakir
  7. Alldayallnight - Martyn
  8. 2 4 6 (Feat. Terrible Shock) - Geiom
  9. Dougswana (Audiowhores Beats) - Doug Willis
  10. Emotions - Jook10
  11. The Sun Can't Compare - Larry Heard pres. Mr. White
  12. Make Um Bounce - Addison Groove
  13. Seekwal - Sinden & SBTRKT
  14. Shake That Ass Bitch - Splack Pack
  15. Don't You Want It - Davina
  16. Little Man (Wookie Mix) - Sia
  17. Can You Feel It? (In House Dub) - CLS
  18. The Freaks - DJ Deeon
  19. Vamp - Outlander
  20. Scrub Da Ground - Splack Pack
  21. Jupiter Jazz - UR
  22. What to Do - Thomas Bangalter
  23. Flash - Fix
  24. Fuse - Hudson Mohawke
  25. La Bomba - Machine Drum
  26. Pussy Ride - DJ Funk
  27. VBS.Redlot.B - Afx
  28. Doin' It Again - Skepta
  29. Idioteque - Radiohead

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Jackmaster has gone for the eclectic selection here and it works a treat. He touches on a lot of different strands of dance music, ranging from classic Detroit techno and house, through garage, wonky, Southern hip hop, grime, electro, minimal techno, dubstep, acid, disco boogie, rave, ghetto house and even some glitchy IDM near the end. Nothing sounds out of place.

As soon as you hear those heavy kicks and snares, then that fat bassline on the opener 'Release Yourself' you'll be smiling and ready to dance. That's sustained through 3 stone cold classics from Kevin Saunderson, Juan Atkins and Armand van Helden's take on Kim English's Nite Life. After the frenetic funk of Shake's plugged in, the beat get's a bit heavier, until the strings dominated 'Emotions' brings it down into the meditative respite of 'The Sun Can't Compare', with it's insistent 303 line and catchy-as-hell chorus. Addison Groove picks up the pace again which builds up until the excellent 'Don't You Want It''s strings and piano chords chill things out for a few moments. Then some classic garage, followed by some rave and ghetto house to build the momentum. 'Scrub Da Ground' blends perfectly with "Jupiter Jazz', which segues nicely into 'What to Do', which bleeds into 'Flash'. Honestly, hear the mixing is so good if you'd never heard the tracks separately before you wouldn't know it was four separate cuts. Then comes another comedown moment. HudMo's 'Fuse' completely kills the pace and groove built up since Davina but none of that matters. it's the key track in the mix, the release, the bit if it were in a club would feel like everything was in slow motion. For me probably the logical end to the mix but Jackmaster fits a few more tunes in there.
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I am retracting my previous review as having listened to this mix a few times now it has really grown on me - to the point where it has been looping in my car for the last week. Some great tunes and mixed really well. This has gone from disappointing on my first listen to one of my top three!
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I know this album has gone down well, but wasn't to my taste. I didn't think it had anything special that made you want to go back and play the journey again. Quite flat and not an album that I would want to play again. Had some good jams and mixed at times was good, not a fabric classic, but worth a listen.
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