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  1. Gujin

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    Review: 20 years: time flies when you're busy being Total Science, one of D&B's most consistent banger outlets of all time. Celebrating two decades of their influential label, here they deliver four tracks that won't appear on their anniversary album; DLR provides two versions of Quiff's 93 agenda-setter "Champion Sound" while Calibre does what he does best on the piano on "Under Bars" and.
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    Jan 27,  · We just completed a real-time transcoding engine for our next release of Jinzora (available in CVS or nightly builds). The current version allows you to transcode and stream on-the-fly and in real-time the following formats: Flac Musepack Wavpack Wav Ogg MP3 (the last two are really to allow for resampling for streaming at lower bitrates).
  6. Mauktilar

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    Redlight is a Bristolian now based in London and a pillar of the Lobster Boy sound, following up great releases by Mele, Mak & Pasteman and NYTA. Bass driven and bouncy party house vibes are the order of the day on New Flows, featuring some irresistible vocals. The Rugged & Raw remix is definitely more club ready and geared towards the late night: when things need to get a bit more woozy and.
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