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AdamBomb



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Plum Puddin' wrote:
So... good luck picking a winner.

Everytime these things come around i never finish in time.

Then i listen to a bunch of these & i'm glad i never finish on time.

Talented bastards.


Post Tue Feb 08, 2011 12:38 am
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Theory 77



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b. dolan wrote:
i will say that Theory 77's was the first of these that I rewound and listened to multiple times in the car the other day.




Sick!!!!!! Many, many humble thanks as usual B. Hugely appreciated.

And thanks to Laura Palmer for digging my Radio Rust Podcasts! Fries my simple little brain....

(I'm from Brighton not London though - ha ha!)
Post Tue Feb 08, 2011 12:45 am
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LukeOne



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Just for info, Luke One - Location Unknown should be Lausanne, Switzerland...
Some really nice remixes there, didn't quite expect to be on that top 29 list...
Post Tue Feb 08, 2011 1:58 am
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Buddy Peace



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Post Tue Feb 08, 2011 2:57 am
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adic



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Some really dope remixes... Hard to pick a favorite, but the top remixes for me were...

Brown Music
Dynamo414
Flawed Logic
Red Six

DJ Dragon Smasher also gets props for both a dope beat and a killer name...
Post Tue Feb 08, 2011 2:58 am
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dynamo_414



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My favs:

1. SIR GADE, dope straight up hiphop. Love this one
2. magOwl, so well done. Love the intro + the rest
3. dynamo414 (SHOCKER!!!), the drums + the organs

Edit: oh, just realised I only picked Scandinavians. Oh well, time for us to get some shine:)


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Post Tue Feb 08, 2011 3:19 am
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magOwl



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Seems people aren't that into italo disco.. well I knew it was a gamble. Even came up with a new moniker for Mr. Dolan.. Italo Bear. I see dancing people.

My new fav's in no particular order...

Buddy Peace, I got nothing to say really, very good.
Theory77, overall execution is excellent, a little to "happy" for me perhaps.
Sir Gade, dope hiphop joint.
Dynamo414, probably complements Dolans delivery the best imo.
Brown Music, lovely tune. But as I said before, it doesn't fit all that good with the vocals to me.

There's some others that are very good, technically/music wise/idea wise, but that I don't think works 100%. That's just me though.
Post Tue Feb 08, 2011 6:52 am
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AdamBomb



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My favorites were Mag Owl and Buddy Peace. Both of these remixes could stand strong as instrumentals.

Mr. Peace's is right up my alley. I like the tapey, found sounds mixed in there and he handled the rhythm well on the double time part. This is one of the dopest beats I've heard from the dude, and thats a high compliment because he's had many.

Mag Owl's is extremely original and infectious. So many changeups and just a dope vibe (was the vocoder a sample?). I especially like the portion of the beat that rides out on the end. The production is very "attention to detail", but it doesn't sound busy if that makes sense. Love this...plus it makes you want to dance.
Post Tue Feb 08, 2011 11:37 am
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magOwl



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Didn't mean it to sound like I was all Swedish and angst ridden lol. I'm in the company of some great production, producers and artists.. it's all good!

Thank you, glad you guys are enjoying it!

@Adam some are samples, some are not (the vocoder that is). The intro/outro bits are actually a whole other beat with more parts to it then what's in the remix. I did that first but it only really fit with the chorus bits, so I tacked it on there, I thought it would provide a nice change of pace.
Post Tue Feb 08, 2011 11:44 am
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Gravypaste



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I want some of what you guys have been drinking. Too many good tunes, they are all so different. Im still listening to all of these.
I like the atmosphere of Hotrox and that tune by Dynamo14.
Nice construction by Buddy Peace and I love what Flex Vector did to the track, really nice work.
Nice hip hop vibes by Sir Gade and DJ Dragon Smasher

Love that end segment by Barbaric Merits. But I am always won over by any tune with scratching in it so Ive been replaying Theory 77 the most, my favourite at the moment

It's great to be a part of it. It's a shame he can only pick one of you guys,
All the best
Post Tue Feb 08, 2011 12:41 pm
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Theory 77



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Gravypaste wrote:
I am always won over by any tune with scratching in it so Ive been replaying Theory 77 the most, my favourite at the moment




You Sir, are a true Gent. Many, many thanks. I see you're from Brighton too? Not part of the "scene" either then? Ha ha....good job!

Thanks again.
Mike.
Post Tue Feb 08, 2011 2:45 pm
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TommyFox



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Its hard to decide but I'd have to say my favorites are Skobie Won, magOwl, and Buddy. Im def feelin the disco on magOwl's, and the beat switches are propper. On Buddy's I envision him steering that cruise ship wherever he damn well wants. I think my favorite is Skobie tho because I have to move to it in some way every time I hear it. All these remixes are dope tho. Well done everyone. And thanks to SFR for putting so much time into this.
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skobie won



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Mr. fox thanks for the support man glad I could move you..!!!
Post Wed Feb 09, 2011 11:07 am
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Flossin



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I vote for Theory 77. It seems waaaaay better than the rest, imo.

EDIT: They were all very good, though. ;-)
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Aupheus



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futuristxen wrote:
Brown Music
Buddy Peace
Theory 77

were my faves. With Buddy's being my fave.


Nice, those are my 'top 3' of the 'top 10' too.

As for other favourites I'm still feeling the Flawed Logic mix and None Like Joshua is dope too - surprised that hasn't had more plays/mentions.
Post Wed Feb 09, 2011 12:50 pm
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