Juke (Music subgenre)
Juke is sub genre of house music, that emerged in the last decade in Chicago. It is linked to the dance footwork.
Juke in Features
Music − Interview | posted 28.10.2013
»We Want You To Shake Your Ass«
You would imagine DJ Rashad to be very twitchy. The man breaths Footwork and his blood must run down his veins with 160 BPM. Instead I talk to a completely relaxed Rashad, who probably has his feet kicked up as he answers my questions. It comes as no surprise that Rashad seems satisfied: DJ Rashad is Footwork‘s child. And at the same time Footwork is his. An interview with a man, who lives the genre like barely anyone does.
Juke in Reviews
Music − Review | posted 06.11.2015
On »Nothing«, Kode9 is targeting the absence of humans. Paradoxically, the record is quite a lively matter.
Music − Review | posted 19.05.2014
Da Mind Of Traxman Vol. 2
Traxman’s second record for Planet µ, »Da Mind Of Traxman Vol.2«, is yet again a wonderful mixture of hyperactivity and Hip Hop-headnodding.
Music − Review | posted 28.10.2013
Under the vague frame of Footwork, Rashad combines Jungle, UK-Bass-music and R&B-Samples. The relaxed sound – at least for his standards – has quite an effect on the whole record.
Music − Review | posted 07.10.2013
Lock Off EP
Mark Pritchard continues to work on his Warp-trilogy by stylistically tying up the »Lock Off EP« to the first »Ghosts EP«.
Music − Review | posted 27.06.2013
On »Ghosts EP« Mark Pritchard presents his versatility – in the end, it’s hard to decide whether to worship this bragging or curse the virtuosity…
Music − News | posted 03.02.2020
Exclusive Edition: »How Do You Feel«
With »How Do You Feel« Tidal Waves releases the last of four albums by the Nigerian band Ofege on February 14. The record will exclusively from us available in a Brown Vinyl Edition.
Music − List | posted 03.07.2019
An introduction in 10 vinyl records
The Polish jazz scene is considered one of the most important and creative in Europe. Today it oscillates between superficial conventions and hidden ruptures. A little search for clues.
Music − Review | posted 20.02.2020
Origins Da Luz
Just released on Music From Memory, »Origins Da Luz« brings together the best songs of Brazilian musician Priscilla Ermel.
Music − Review | posted 19.02.2020
»Transition Vol.1« combines tracks of four bands from three continents from the time between 1992 and 1994, with one thing in common: Post-Industrial as origin.
Music − Review | posted 21.02.2020
Kearney Barton: Architect Of The Northwest Sound
The compilation »Kearney Barton: Architect Of The Northwest Sound« celebrates a producer who has shaped Seattle and the surrounding area like no other.