Its a great tune, but not the only one with emotion. If you look deep enough, every tune has emotion and a though process put into it.Originally posted by junglisthead
finally a dnb track that has emotion and has had an actual thought process into creating this track
it's a mixed blessing, IMO. who wouldn't love to turn on the radio and hear their favourite tunes bangin' back at them? i've longed for (mainstream) radio programming in canada a la BBC Radio 1 or other european stations for a while now. but really, radio is "lowest common denominator" stuff. meaning that "shake your body" gets play, and then suddenly 1000 "shake your body" clone tunes pop up and get played all day long. you think it's bad now hearing the same tunes out each week at clubs or parties, imagine hearing them 5X every day *and* at the clubs.As for all the "underground' music they have been playing on 93.5 and 103.5 and many others i think is such a good thing. It os the cycle of music. If you really think about it most the stuff that is considered "mainstream" now is the underground sound from a long time ago. Jungle coming out into the mainstream along with UK garage which is mostly mainstream but is hitting the N.A. pop charts hard will for sure start another stream of music in turn creating some new genures.
I heard PureTone - Addicted to Bass on 93.5 and i am so expecting to hear Shy FX - Shake your body one day....
What does everyone else think about that?