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More Love this track. WozowskiAug 28, Monday 30 September Friday 20 September Thank you ClarkKent for your replies!

Her life, for the first time in years, seemed to be following a normal, everyday course. The combination of a guerilla campaign at pirate radio and the support of legendary DJ Paul Oakenfold in Ibiza helped the record break the national chart in the UK with sales exceeding 40, copies.

Around the same time her urge to DJ began to take shape. Not long after, having been helped through the door by an introduction from DJ Hype, she graduated from her own show at Rave to a regular slot at Fantasy - widely regarded as London's leading house and techno pirate station at the time.

The gigs became increasingly high profile including the opportunity to stand in for Fabio at the Astoria and production took a back seat for a while as she built a reputation as the queen of the turntables. Charissa got back into the producers chair in early after hooking up with Aston Harvey, now half of the infamous Freestylers. All notched up impressive sales, leading the charge in the burgeoning Artcore movement which saw rich synth orchestration fused with a rattling club backend.

Following the release of 'Spiritual Aura,' Charissa approached Vinyl Distribution for a loan to establish her own label. Proper Talent launched in with its debut, the 25, selling 'Digable Bass,' followed by over twenty singles in the next five years. The breadth of this project paved the way for a major deal and, after some speculation, Charissa eventually signed with Sony's Higher Ground imprint in , also home to Leftfield and Grooverider.

I'd fallen in love with making songs in the previous couple of years and working on that album was pure joy. No cliquey scene - just me in a studio making what I wanted. Maintaining the exhaustive touring, publicity and DJ schedules to promote 'Learning Curve' took over most of Rap's creative energies at the time, and Proper Talent took a back seat while she focused on developing as a songwriter and mainstream artist.

Music Discussion Aug 27, Log in or Sign up. Fast Quotes. Stringz likes this. Aug 27, Claaart Kent Incognito. The timestretched beats at the start of the track? Claaart Kent , Aug 27, Urban Shakedown feat.

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She'd practice the piano six hours a day and spend the rest of her time in the stables dreaming of being a pianist. When the family moved to Southampton, England in her early teens, she discovered pop music for the first time and after leaving school took time out to travel the world, backpacking through Greece, Turkey and Europe.

She eventually returned to London and joined a legal firm, first as a secretary, then training to be a solicitor. Her life, for the first time in years, seemed to be following a normal, everyday course. The combination of a guerilla campaign at pirate radio and the support of legendary DJ Paul Oakenfold in Ibiza helped the record break the national chart in the UK with sales exceeding 40, copies. Around the same time her urge to DJ began to take shape.

Not long after, having been helped through the door by an introduction from DJ Hype, she graduated from her own show at Rave to a regular slot at Fantasy - widely regarded as London's leading house and techno pirate station at the time. The gigs became increasingly high profile including the opportunity to stand in for Fabio at the Astoria and production took a back seat for a while as she built a reputation as the queen of the turntables.

Charissa got back into the producers chair in early after hooking up with Aston Harvey, now half of the infamous Freestylers. All notched up impressive sales, leading the charge in the burgeoning Artcore movement which saw rich synth orchestration fused with a rattling club backend.

Following the release of 'Spiritual Aura,' Charissa approached Vinyl Distribution for a loan to establish her own label. Proper Talent launched in with its debut, the 25, selling 'Digable Bass,' followed by over twenty singles in the next five years. The breadth of this project paved the way for a major deal and, after some speculation, Charissa eventually signed with Sony's Higher Ground imprint in , also home to Leftfield and Grooverider.

Yes yes but did she shag him to get her big break? And what sound did that make? Wozowski , Aug 28, Vincent Drug and crucafixion21 like this. Claaart Kent , Aug 28, Too lazy to find lots of examples but e. Dead Dred - Dred Bass. RobertGraff me buff up dem chest. Does anyone know where the vocals came from? Sounds a bit like Whitney. RobertGraff , Aug 28, Vincent Drug , crucafixion21 and Rollin like this. Thank you ClarkKent for your replies!

U helped me learn a lot, i always like to know how stuff in the early 90s were made because of how limit the equipment must have been then compared to how we have it now! Those 2 songs are also good! Vincent Drug , crucafixion21 and Claaart Kent like this. It's anybodies guess, but I would say it was a combination of work between Aston and Parsons, if you listen to other tunes by them both individually from around that time you can hear the 'signatures' of both in there.

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Mar 21,  · Engineers Without Fears - Spiritual Aura (Dee Jay) DJ Rap - Spiritual Aura (Get Raw Remix) (Proper Talent) DJ Rap - Digable Bass (Proper Talent) I'm pretty curious about it, missed out on the bundle with the unreleased 'Divine Rhythm' mix . Charissa got back into the producers chair in early after hooking up with Aston Harvey, now half of the infamous Freestylers. The collaboration (known as Engineers Without Fears) spawned the singles 'Spiritual Aura' for the influential Deejay Recordings and 'Vertigo' and 'Jeopardy' for Suburban Base. Explore the DJ Rap @ Helter Skelter, Sanctuary Music Arena, Milton Keynes, 3rd December list by Cuchulainn on Discogs. Create your own list of music and share it with the world.