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Been A Follower Since 2006. Still LOVE it!

Like my title says, I've been following this amazing group since 2006 and I still love their songs. Every time I listen to them I feel like I'm on some trip in my mind. Their lyrics are sick and their beats even sicker. I definitely recommend 'Once Twice', 'Knocks Me Off My Feet', and 'Don't Stop The Music'. But who am I kidding? The whole damn album is genius. Check Bugz In The Attic out. You won't be disappointed.

"Knocks Me Off My Feet"

The Bugz, a collective of DJs and musicians, helped push the boundaries of broken beat started by Jazzanova even further. Starting in the early 2000s with their own productions, they perfected their twisted synths and whacked out baselines on a slew of remixes brought together on "Got the Bug"(2004). Their penchant for merging funk, 80's magic with modern broken beat and nu jazz grooves was refined for their sophomore "Back in the Doghouse". They brought the goods with tight production and a range of vocalist- Mpho Skeef, Michelle Escoffery, Yolanda Quartely and Don Ricardo. The secret weapon that runs through this long player, however, are the vocals of Brazilian- Londoner, Bembe Segue. Her stylings play jazzbrat meets Brides of Funkenstien for most of the backing voxes and a couple of uncredited leads. The album runs the stylistic gamut from Brazilian Batucada to Parliament-Funkadelic to Breakbeat, some Tribal House, Afro-beat and a surprisingly great Dance-hall remake of Stevie Wonder's "Don't stop the Music". It's an album that's unpretentious and offers a stylistic variety, merging all that is good from the last 30 years of dance music.

Very Original Tracks 2 and 4

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Formed: London, England

Genre: Dance

Years Active: '90s, '00s

Bugz in the Attic is an all-star broken beat crew of DJs and producers based in West London -- a collective that includes (but isn't limited to) Afronaught, Seiji, Daz-I-Kue, Kaidi Tatham, Mark Force, and Alex Phountzi. Whether alone, together, or involved in their many splinter projects and one-offs, the members of Bugz in the Attic have likely played a role in well over half (if not a higher percentage) of the releases that can be categorized as broken beat. The group has also run its own Co-Op...
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