• Music review - Remarc's Sound Murderer

    Remarc - Sound Murderer

    Reviewed by Chris Shively (The University Daily kansan)

    <b> Remarc </b> - Sound Murderer

    Long before Squarepusher, Matmos, Kid606 et al. were creating mangled intelligent dance music, IDM oddities, there was a genre called jungle. High-speed, super chopped-up beats over massive dancehall-style bass was the basic formula. The wave of jungle 12-inches released from 1992 to1996 unintentionally gave the IDM producers that would follow literally every trick they know. During this era, Remarc was the undisputed king of chopping breaks, and this
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  • SOUND MURDERER (ALBUM) - REMARC

    Remarc - Sound Murderer

    Reviewed by Dhanu (planet dub)

    <b> Remarc </b> - Sound Murderer

    REMARC – SOUND MURDERER It is jungle music like this that you hear on Remarc’s “Sound Murderer” album that helped to lay the jungle foundations back in the early 90s. It is the sound that smashed up the dance floors at Laser Drome, Roast, AWOL and Thunder & Joy. That classic “Amen” break, the ragga and gangsta vocals, and the phat b-lines! This album captures all of these qualities and everything that is the true essence of jungle. Anyone
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