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Blazin (Modeselektor Remix) - Various - You Dont Know: Ninja Cuts Sampler (Vinyl)

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  1. Buy You Don t Know: Ninja Cuts at Juno Records. In stock now for same day shipping. You Don't Know: Ninja Cuts. % Secure Shopping. Studio equipment. Our full range of studio equipment from all the leading equipment and software brands. Guaranteed fast delivery and low prices.
  2. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Gram Vinyl release of You Don't Know: Ninja Cuts Sampler on Discogs.4/5(37).
  3. Review: Mr Scruff's Friendly Bacteria album was something of a return to form; a sprawling, soul-flecked concoction full of broken beat, jazz, dub and classic house influences. Here, two of the album's highlights get the remix treatment. On the A, "We Are Coming" - a bumpin', basement-bothering bruk cut in its' original form - is turned into a warm and wide-eyed deep house shuffler by Berlin.
  4. You Don't Know - Ninja Cuts Sampler 12" by Various Artists — Released 25th February You Don't Know - Ninja Cuts Sampler 12" by Various Artists — Released 25th February Physical; 12" (ZEN) £ Out of stock Blazin (featuring Face-T) (Modeselektor Remix) Buy. MP3 — 70p Bit WAV — £ 2. Peace Pt 1 Buy. MP3.
  5. Review: This is the new single from Canadian turntablist and illustrator Kid Kola's new album 12 Bit Blues. The clue is very much in the title here as Kola (aka Eric San) mixes up old delta blues samples with chops, cuts, scratches and big beats. "2 Bit Blues" marries Muddy Waters-styles vocals to a twangy, glam stomp along and B-side "6 Bit Blues" is a slow, southern drawl that stops and.
  6. Discover releases, reviews, songs, credits, and more about You Don't Know: Ninja Cuts Sampler at Discogs. Shop Vinyl and CDs and complete your collection.4/5(39).
  7. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of You Don't Know: Ninja Cuts on Discogs/5(15).
  8. Review: "Ma Fleur" is the first full studio album by Jason Swinscoe's Cinematic Orchestra since 's "Everyday".The record was written as the soundtrack to a specially commissioned screenplay for an imagined film (which may or may not be made). Shortly after finishing "Everyday", a piece of music which achieved great critical and commercial success, Jason Swinscoe relocated from East London.

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