LTJ Bukem - London Soundz album download
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|A2||–DJ Tamsin & The Monk||A Better Place (DJ Trace Remix)
Remix – DJ Trace
|A3||–DJ Dove||Bird Of Prey (Original 1993 Mix)|
|A4||–Parallel World||Tear Into It|
|A5||–Roni Size & DJ Die||Music Box|
|A6||–JMJ & Richie||Hall Of Mirrors (Omni Trio Mirror Image Remix)
Remix – Omni Trio
|A7||–Gwange* & Spinback||The Execution|
|A8||–Danny Breaks||Volume 1 (Dubplate Mix)|
|B1||–Danny Breaks||Volume 1 (Dubplate Mix)|
|B2||–Future Sound Of Hardcore||Desire|
|B3||–Unit 1||Theme (Dubplate Mix)|
|B4||–DJ Pulse||Stay Calm|
|B6||–Q Project||Night Moves (Alliance Remix)
Remix – Alliance
|B7||–Bukem* & The Peshay*||19.5|
- DJ Mix – LTJ Bukem
London Soundz (1993). 1. by LTJ Bukem and Peshay. What Have You Got to Lose by The Jammers (1982).
LTJ Bukem - 2 Step Mix - 02-04-2000by drum & bass classics. 98. 11. Playing tracks by. The Amalgamation Of Soundz, Moonchild, J Majik, PFM, Big Bud and more. bukem looking & bass mix drum & bass.
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LTJ Bukem is a shining example of the self-reliant attitude so many artists and labels took to exploring this bold new cultural form. After an initial spate of activity, new LTJ Bukem productions slowed a little while he focused on his labels and DJing, until he returned with the Journey Inwards album in 2000. It remains his only artist album to date, an expansive work that places the emphasis on his jazzy roots and reaches into downtempo and deep house territory. However, the experimental fearlessness and lo-fi grit of his earlier works represent a vital moment in time – one that could never be repeated, where no approach was off limits
Roll call - members attending. Emerging out of the late 80’s as a DJ, LTJ Bukem discovered his passion for drum and bass when exploring the realms of jazz fusion. So it’s natural that when Bukem’s career as a DJ progressed in the early 90‘s and he found himself delving in to the studio, it was these frantic breakbeats in tandem with the melodic, yet almost awry basslines of jazz instrumentation that informed Bukem’s creations, developing a progressive and textured sound equal parts anthemic and tranquil