7 thoughts on “ Lets Dance (Johan S. Tresor Dub) ”

  1. Kj - Africa Dub [Un] Sticky - Pedal Rhythm [Big Dada] Compound One - How Tings [Compound One] Herbert - Mistakes (Housey Housey Version) [Tresor] Slava & Grenier - Wake The Dead [Frite Nite] Related mixes. - Abstract Science - Podcast ;.
  2. Genre: Euro Dance, Dance Time: Min Tracks: 40 Track Format: MP3 Quality: kbps Total Size: MB Tracklist: Avicii - Last Dance (Reeva & Black Dub Mix) Melodie MC - Feel Your Body Movin' (Euro Remix)
  3. Electronic dance music - Electronic dance music - London and Berlin: Not only was England the centre of the acid-house scene; it was also a font of new electronic-dance-music styles, particularly after British producers fused house and techno with hip-hop and Jamaican dancehall and dub reggae. Among the styles that emerged were drum and bass (initially called jungle), .
  4. Dub Techno was mainly shaped in Berlin's Berghain, Tresor and various Techno bunkers around the globe. Thanks to Hardwax Records this style has got a solid place in Techno history with artists like Mautizio, Basic Channel, Mono Junk, Vainqueuer, Deepchord, Porter Ricks, Shed, Rhythm & Sound just to name a few. This fine collection of loops and oneshots is full of analog .
  5. Wild Havana was the project of guitar player Johan Smith, helped by his brother Cor on flute. Influenced by artists like Zappa and Herbie Hancock, Johan recorded the “Wild Havana” album at his home studio on a 4-track, using effect devices developed by himself, like a modified proto-drum machine taken from a Hammond organ.

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