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Moduloktopus - Wiggizm (+Video in Info)

MODULOKTOPUS on November 13, 2012 05:02

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    New Video By MICHAEL GOLD

    Moduloktopus rises again blurring genres back to the roots of Jungle and the Bass heavy Dirty South. Influenced by the Drum n bass from LTJ Bukem, Shy FX, Goldie, Roni Size etc... the Music Chameleon decides to pay a tribute to the breakbeat movement and people who come from its common ground. The title "Wiggizm" originates from the myriad ways of creatively "Wiggin Out" aka Combining a wild imagination to push dance music forward. Also it ironically relates with the artist's actual birth name. The track is no exception to the description at hand, as the vibrant marriage of heavy 808s and chopped up Old-school breaks create a Hi Octane atmosphere behind the shivering melodic narrative. It remakes the old into the new the same way Jungle did in its origins.


    Jungle has it's birth in the Urban scene of the UK underground. It was the ultimate proof of how multiple genres combined themselves to fuse something different. From it's initial combinations of Techno, Reggae, Hip Hop and Psychedelic noises, this scene helped unify various scenes giving many people a multicultural perspective in music and granting the UK an innovative voice in electronic music. It gave the people something they could believe in and call their own. Something about the breakbeat scene is that it will always be innovative in it's own way, some of the brightest and adventurous producers emerged from this genre tho to its limitless ways of piecing together any pool of influences.
    Music makers and Music Lovers today can learn a lot from this to always find a new avenue of innovation.

    Song is dedicated to everybody who supports the forward movement of electronic music and those grew up with the Jungle movement!
    If you like Please share and spread the gift world wide.



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