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Welcome to the Basement_Jaxx community; the center for anything house/club/dance music and everything Basement Jaxx. Generally focus anything on things listed under the interests section, or anything you feel deserves recognition for Basement Jaxx fans. Feel free to post pictures relating to BJ's concerts, photoshoots, or fun times at clubs and discoteques. Also anything regarding news, reviews, comments, questions and anything about the music we all love. The community has open membership but be gentle with eachother and keep on topic. Spamming is highly annoying and will get you gone. if you think what you're posting has any relevance at all to Basement Jaxx or anything vis-à-vis with their style, feel free to post. have fun.


Once youve joined, please post !!! Feel free to fill out this standard, optional (yet not limited to) survey to introduce yourself and your purpose (if applicable):

[x] name
[x] age
[x] location
[x] favorite Basement Jaxx song/album
[x] favorite related artists
[x] when you were introduced to Basement Jaxx and club music in general
[x] anything else intresting about yourself
[x] pictures of you



::Biography:: "The production duo of Simon Ratcliffe and Felix Buxton released several of Britain's most respected and enjoyable progressive house anthems of the '90s from their base in South London. Before they met (at a Thames riverboat party organized by Buxton), Ratcliffe grooved to the deep Latin funk of War and George Duke while Buxton was turned on to Chicago house. The pair formed Atlantic Jaxx Records in 1994, and were undoubtedly honored to count among fans of their first release none other than DJ legend and Basement Jaxx influence Tony Humphries, who played "Da Underground" from the EP on his New York mixshow consistently during 1994-95. For their second release, Ratcliffe and Buxton recruited vocalist Corrina Josephs, who later became practically a member of the team herself.

The 1995 single "Samba Magic" was picked up for distribution by Virgin, and in time, Basement Jaxx was drawing praise as one of the top house production units, from all corners of the American and British house community. The pair spent much of 1996 working on remixes (for the Pet Shop Boys, Roger Sanchez, and Lil' Mo Yin Yang among others), then released a third Basement Jaxx EP. One track from the EP, "Flylife," became a Top 20 hit in England after being re-released by Multiply in mid-1997, and the single proved one of the most popular anthems of the year on the worldwide club-scene. Late that year, Ratcliffe and Buxton released a compilation of their most crucial Atlantic Jaxx sides. After being courted by several major labels, Basement Jaxx signed to the independent XL Recordings (also home to the Prodigy) and readied their debut full-length Remedy for a 1999 release. Second album Rooty followed two years later, an outgrowth of the duo's similarly named club night. A collaboration-heavy third album, Kish Kash, appeared in the fall of 2003." by John Bush from AllMusic.com

::Links::
Basement Jaxx : Official Site
Myspace Page
Astralwerks
MTV Artist Info
Rolling Stone Magazine

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