UK Garage

UK garage (also known as UKG) is a genre of electronic music originating from England in the early 1990s. London DJ who liked the garage style decided to create their variant of garage sound with characteristic cut in a half bass line. The new sound was named as speed garage or UK garage (after the country, where the style was born).

Birth: 1996 Bloom: 2007

The remix by Armand Van Helden on CJ Bolland`s «Sugar is Sweeter» became a composition that defined rules of speed garage`s sound. The sound was so new that was perceived as something revolutionary, which attracted youth artists and listeners.

That`s why the UK garage scene is full of young musicians. The style became a worthy alternative to the techno and house styles.

Also read: Garage

Deriative styles: 2 Step, Bassline, Breakstep, Brostep, Chillstep, Dubstep, Future Garage, Grime, Leftfield Bass, Post Dubstep, Speed Garage, UK Funky, Wonky

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UK Garage mixes

672 60:01 8 147 PR 14,2 ▲
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UK Garage, 2 Step
534 77:56 12 102 PR 10,8 ▲
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UK Garage, Future Garage
299 48:19 9 109 PR 10,7 ▲
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UK Garage, 2 Step
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UK Garage tracks and remixes

227 4:39   62 PR 3,5 ▲
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UK Garage, Bassline
275 5:02 2 34 PR 1,9 ▲
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UK Garage, 2 Step
267 3:08   33 PR 1,8 ▲
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UK Garage, 2 Step

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