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Hubie’s ‘Yule Luv This’ Chart

4 December, 2009

Well it’s been about six months since I last did one of my ‘monthly’ charts so I spose this one is a tad overdue. Anyway, here’s my latest selection of fings that make me shake what my momma gave me (and I’m not talking about my Christmas presents either, cos I would never do that, I am a good boy).

Most of the tunes in this chart are available to buy from Beatport, etc, so please support these poor artists or else they won’t have anything to eat this Christmas and that would be a terrible tragedy wouldn’t it? Yes it would.

01. Flore feat. Shunda K – Feel Me – Peo de Pitte Remix (Botchit & Scarper) – Peo is by far and away my favourite producer at the moment and I’m fairly sure I’m not alone in this. Yet another solid tune gets the Peo magic, this one’s essential for y’all. Make sure you ask your nearest and dearest to buy you this for Christmas.

02. That Girl DJ – Go Commando (Re:Connect) – this has been knocking about in my box (ooer) for a while now and it still makes me feel funny in the pants region. Note to self: must clean pants.

03. Deekline – I Don’t Smoke – Deekline & Tim Healey Mix / Krafty Kuts Edit (Rat UK) – A genuine party starter, if this doesn’t make your booty bounce then you’d best check the floor cos your booty has probably fallen off.

04. Enur – Calabria – Hot Pink DeLorean Remix / REL1 Re-Fix (CDR) – Commercial house, er, ‘classic’ gets a turd-polishing in a breakbeat stylee courtesy of REL1 from across the pond, who vastly improves the official version. This is available to download for free if you dig about on the interweb.

05. Michael Jackson – Don’t Stop ‘Til You Get Enough – Hubie Edit (CDR) – None of you will have heard this edit yet as I’ve only just finished it, but you can rest assured it’s pretty much exactly the same as the original track therefore it is fucking amazing, naturally. Shamone.

06. Sidney Samson – Riverside – Peo de Pitte Re-Rub (CDR) – Peo in ‘Making Cheesey Chart Shlock Into Something That’s Rather Brilliant’ shocker! I quite like the use of the Renegade Master samples too, but then I’m easily pleased. Available for free if you ask Peo nicely. You’d best flash him some leg though, cos he likes that sort of thing.

07. Debtonate – Party Packer (Funk Weapons) – If you really like to rock da funky beat, somebody in da house say hell yeah. Hell yeah. Call it what you like, nufunk, funky breaks, cosy-as-a-granny-in-her-favourite-cardy-step, whatever… this is very tasty indeedy. Perfect warm up fodder.

08. KC Flightt vs Funky Junction – Voices – Riva Starr Remix (Hooj) – Part of the recent ‘Some Of These Were Hooj’ comp, this stands out above the rest and does the original plenty of justice, quite possibly even improving it. Mr Starr is on fire at the moment. He also has very handsome eyebrows.

09. Bassbin Twins – Whistle Choon (Bassbin) – This has been around for a little while now and, even though I’m not the biggest fan of dubstep in this part of soggy London, I pretty much wee my pants with excitement every time that bass kicks in. Note to self: don’t bother cleaning pants, best burn them instead.

10. Acidkids – Mad Mahoney – Trevor Loveys Remix (Acidkids) – Another one that’s been around for a while now. Trev lays on the breakbeats and basslines in his inimitable style with great gusto. This wobbles along like Jordan’s career, but it doesn’t need to get its Gazza-world-cup-1990-novelty-tits out in an Australian jungle in order for you to take notice of it. Or something like that.

Right, now you know what you should ask Santa for Christmas. Just make sure he doesn’t obtain the music illegally otherwise Jesus will swoop down from ‘pon high and kick him in the Christmas crackers.

I guess I should also mention that if you like any of the tunes in this list, then please check out my radio show, Hubie Sounds, on NSB Radio cos I rinse this kind of thing on a regular basis. Right that’s all from me for now, I’m off to wrap some mp3s, ta raa.

Hubie x

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The ‘It’s High Time Hubie Did a Chart’ Chart – May Edition

15 May, 2009

Alrighty, I’ve been meaning to do a DJ chart for quite some time so, assuming I remember, this will be the first of a monthly series of Hubie charts. So here’s goes for May… this isn’t a particularly obscure or up-front chart, just a bunch of good party tunes really 🙂

(Most of these tunes are available to purchase from your favourite download store, so please support the artists)

01. Haggstrom feat. Terri Walker – Be My Baby – Peo de Pitte Remix (Flat Out) – I’m sure everyone knows this one. It’s my favourite breaks tune of the year so far. Sounds like the Plump DJs on crack. Sorry, I’m running low on similies today

http://www.myspace.com/peohaggstrom

02. DJ Zinc – Submarines (Bingo Bass) – My favourite track from the impressive Killa Sound EP. Kinda house, kinda breaks, probably falls into the warehouse category that IDJ seem to be so keen on pushing. But it’s all good in the hood. As Zinc might say. Possibly.

http://www.myspace.com/bingozinc

03. Djedjotronic feat. Spoek – Dirty & Hard – Stereoheroes Remix (Boys Noize) – I discovered this in blogland so I’m sure it’s been around a lot already, but I really like it. This is another great example of ‘warehouse’ – house beats, breakbeats, a smattering of baltimore as well, and a sexy herve-esque bassline. Noice.

http://www.myspace.com/djedjotronic

http://www.myspace.com/stereoheroes

04. Jack Beats feat. Dynamite MC – What – Dub Mix (Cheaper Thrills) – Filthy baltimore beats, wonky bass and lots of sirens. What more could you ask for? The original is a little too shouty for me (as if this track needs any more energy as it is) so I’ve opted for the dub here. Touch me.

http://www.myspace.com/jackbeats

05. Dopamine – Spunk – Vandal Mix (Lot 49) – I do like a bit of tech-funk, me. This has been around for a while now but it’s still one of my firm (ooer) faves. Oh and it has sirens in it too. I seem to like tracks with sirens it seems. Woop.

http://www.myspace.com/mattdopamine

http://www.myspace.com/vandallot49

06. Solid Groove – This Is Sick – Yeah! Woho! Remix (CDR) – Yeah this has been around for yonks now, but it’s cheeky and I like cheeky. It generally gets a ‘what the fuck is this?’ reaction too, which is nice. No sirens though, which is a pity.

http://www.myspace.com/switchandsolidgroove

http://www.myspace.com/yeahwoho

07. Maelstrom feat. MC Youthstar – The Beat Police – Is This House Mix (CDR) – Quite possibly the best-titled tune to have been given away on thisisbreaks.com! I assume this is Mr ‘Strom’s tongue-in-cheek up-yours at the beat purists… well, whatever it is, I likes it. Plus it has ‘police’ in the title and police tend to use sirens, so that is good too.

http://www.myspace.com/misterstrom

08. Project Bassline – Drop The Pressure (Cheap Thrills) – More big bassline battyness. Fits in really well with…

http://www.discogs.com/artist/Project+Bassline

09. Rico Tubbs – Boom Riddum (Cheap Thrills) – Ragga-tinged, booty-bouncing lushness. I know this is the third Cheap/Cheaper Thrills entry in this list, but when they keep churning out genre-defying awesomeness like this, then I’m gonna keep rating ’em. Dutty.

http://www.myspace.com/ricotubbsfunk

10. Yeah Yeah Yeahs – Zero – N.A.S.A. Bloody Lobo Remix (CDR) – Time for some cheese. And I like cheese. I also like Yeah Yeah Yeahs and N.A.S.A. so this was always going to be an enjoyable conjugality for me. So yeah, a good end-of-night, hug-the-random-next-to-you kinda tune. Splart.

http://www.myspace.com/yeahyeahyeahs

http://www.myspace.com/nasa

I guess I should mention that if you like any of the tunes in this list, then you should check out my radio show, Hubie Sounds, on Brap FM cos I rinse this kind of thing on a regular basis. ‘An ting.

Hubie x


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