UK garage, abbreviated as UKG, is a genre of electronic dance music which originated in England in the early to mid-1990s. The genre blends styles such as garage house, R&B, jungle and dance-pop.https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/UK_garage
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UK garage (also known as UKG) is a genre of electronic music originating from England in the early 1990s, based on the American garage house style. The genre usually features a distinctive syncopated 4/4 percussive rhythm with 'shuffling' hi-hats and beat-skipping kick drums.
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- 24 Hour Experience, ‘Together’ When? 1994. Who? Originally consisting of Grant Nelson and Simon Firmin, garage and house collective 24 Hour Experience’s name is something of a contradiction – they had an enduring influence on the development of UK dance music in the ’90s.
- Indo, ‘R U Sleeping’ (Bump N’ Flex Remix) When? 1998. Who? Originally an early ’90s dance classic from Hula, K. Fingers and Silk E, ‘R U Sleeping’ was given the garage treatment by English DJ Grant Nelson under one of his countless pseudonyms, Bump N’ Flex.
- Colours, ‘Hold On’ (SE22 Mix) When? 1998. Advertisement. Who? Ice Cream Records’ Stephen Emmanuel formed the ‘Colours’ outfit for the release of his ‘Hold On’ EP, enlisting the aid of dance vocalist June Hamm for the unleashing of this filthy early garage anthem.
- Mr. Vegas, ‘Heads High’ (El-B/Ghost Remix) When? 1999. Who? Founder of Ghost Recordings, El-B has contributed a huge amount to the UK Garage scene, with dozens of vinyl releases dating back to the late ’90s.
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- R.I.P Productions. 'Special Groove' In '95, UKG still had big soulful and funky house influences, tracks like “Special Groove” perfectly encapsulate this morph with the signature US sound.
- Indo. 'R U Sleeping' (Bump & Flex Remix) Although the original and prior remixes were released some time before the Bump & Flex remix, this version stands out among the rest.
- Roy Davis Jr ft Peven Everett. 'Gabriel' (Live Garage Version) If UKG was a religion, 'Gabriel' would be its holy book. There is no other garage track quite like it.
- Underground Solutions. 'I Need You Baby' (Deep Love Mix) This track has plenty of similarities with a lot of contemporary deep house coming out of the UK at present.