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10cf746e54 4:20 5 Burning [Vibe Mix] MK 5:50 6 Long Time Coming [Big Up Version] Bump & Flex 5:57 7 Hungry For The Power [Jamie Jones Ridge Street Mix] Azari & III 6:46 8 God Made Me Phunky The MD X-Spress 6:16 9 Let's Groove George Morel 6:57 10 Gabriel [Live Garage Mix] Roy Davis, Jr. By contrast, much of Traxx is too successful at stripping out any hint of an extraneous influence, until what is left is a perfect, but redundant, replica of past glories. Theres no denying that Needwant have done a decent job of rounding up a representative collection of bona fide anthems. On Real Connoisseurs Faux De Baux, a brooding, metallic bassline and a ruthlessly cut-up diva vocal play tongue hockey with one another, darting in and out with a kind of rhythmic exuberance that most of Traxx is too reverential to attempt. Its tempting to posit early garage revivalism as the necessary corollary of the coalitional pastiches that typify so much of dance musics respectable mainstream, its bumping, pleasure-centered congeniality staking out a past crossroad that ultimately led to nearly every currently popular (post-)house dance style. .. Unsurprisingly then, the hidden treasures of the compilation are its most idiosyncratic, least authentic inclusions.
But this all-purpose charisma is also what makes a compilation like the Needwant labels Traxx: The House That Garage Built such a mixed proposition. Rounding up 17 examples of contemporary producers trying their hand at the feted sound, Traxx asks us to see garage revivalism by only the light it generates on its own and to evaluate its stylistic tics only in their self-relation. Bump-N-Go Mix] Tina Moore 4:11 2 White Noise Disclosure 3:35 3 Sincere MJ Cole 3:59 4 Push The Feeling 2014 Nightcrawlers / DJ S.K.T. The widely-propagated notion that the sound of early-90s New York and New Jersey garage is back can seem a little puzzling. A world away, Breachs You Wont Find Love Again moves from ominous bass-driven moodiness into an astonishing white-light breakdown of layered synth arpeggio climaxes, before bringing it all back home with a rousing, punchy send-off that takes its cues from 1993 and every year of dancing since. 7:17 11 Money On My Mind [MK Remix] Sam Smith 6:36 12 Running [Disclosure Remix] Jessie Ware 5:17 13 Need In Me Flashmob 7:13 14 Flav Big Bird 6:06 15 Anytime Nu Birth 6:20 16 Follow Me Aly-Us 6:36 17 Find The Path (In Your Mind) New Horizons 5:18 18 What I Might Do Ben Pearce 3:15 19 Horizon Ejeca 6:43 20 Got A Feeling [Bontan Remix] Josh Butler 7:15 Track Listing - Disc 3 Title/Composer Performer Time 1 All I Do [Bump & Flex Dance Floor Dub] Clepto-Maniacs 5:47 2 Little Man [Exemen Remix] Sia 5:03 3 It's The Way [99 Remix] FUN 5:03 4 Bump 'N' Grind M-Dubs 5:39 5 Battle Wookie 5:01 6 Body Groove The Architechs 5:13 7 Gotta Get Thru This Daniel Bedingfield 2:41 8 Re-Rewind The Artful Dodger 4:02 9 Love Shy [Tuff Jam Mix] Kristine Blond 4:10 10 Something In Your Eyes [K Warren Mix] Ed Case 5:32 11 Love Bug Ramsey & Fen 5:59 12 Things We Do For Love Sticky 3:31 13 138 Trek DJ Zinc 5:10 14 RIP Groove Double 99 6:07 15 Dooms Night [Timo Maas Remix] Azzido Da Bass 6:12 16 Hold On [SE22 Mix] Colours / Stephen Emmanuel 4:43 17 Enough Is Enough Y-Tribe 3:34 18 My Love 10 Below / Kele Le Roc 5:34 19 Give It Up [X.Men Vocal] Selena vs X Men 5:33 20 Friendly Pressure [Into The Sunshine Remix] Jhelisa 5:34 blue highlight denotes track pick . But too many of these tunes can simply lapse into a mode of pleasant gregariousness, ticking all the right boxes but with only a modicum of flair. On todays dancefloors, these rounded, sensuous, grooves, asking little but offering plenty, perform best as uncomplicated throwback diversions from the main event, whether emerging out of a more rigorous set of stripped down house and techno like the sun from behind the clouds, or plunging deeper from the more bubbly delights of pop-garage.