• DJ Spinn – Man I Do It EP [Planet Mu]

    DJ Spinn - Man I Do It EP

    Reviewed by Unknown Source: (Drownedinsound)

    <b> DJ Spinn </b> - Man I Do It EP

    Given his label’s former involvement with rapid-fire breakcore and jungle-influenced sounds, it’s unsurprising that Planet Mu’s Mike Paradinas has latched onto Chicago’s footwork/juke sound – it shares the same sheer unrelenting intensity and purity of vision. But despite its incursion into dubstep circles via converts like Addison Groove and the legion of videos footcrabbin’ out of YouTube, it’s often been difficult for UK listeners to pick up a sense of
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  • DJ Spinn – Man I Do It EP

    DJ Spinn - Man I Do It EP

    Reviewed by Leisure Source: (Leisure)

    <b> DJ Spinn </b> - Man I Do It EP

    South Chicago’s DJ Spinn is widely regarded as one of the originators of the footwork sound. Beginning as a dancer with the House-O-Matics crew he moved into production and has since become a mainstay in the Chicago underground electronic scene. Man I Do It is a joint release, being put out on Planet Mu, who have been no strangers to this sound as of late, as well as on a new Chicago imprint Loose Squares — a label run by Chrissy Murderbot that will focus on juke,
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  • DJ Spinn Man I Do It EP

    DJ Spinn - Man I Do It EP

    Reviewed by Claude T. Hill Source: (Playground magazine)

    <b> DJ Spinn </b> - Man I Do It EP

    Before there was talk of juke and the latest Chicago ghetto scene became an exaggerated hype, DJ Spinn was already making tracks and playing them at the dance battles. He might well be the godfather of footwork, although he won’t want to receive any medals for it. And when juke stops being fashionable and blogs and magazines stop talking about it, DJ Spinn will most likely still be making tunes and offering them to his DJ friends so they can play them and people can
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