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Samples, sound effects, loops, presets, patches, impulses, MIDI, SF, Akai
Test Press Zed Bias 90's UK G MULTiFORMAT-FANTASTiC screenshot
FANTASTiC | 25 May 2023 | 361 MB
Test Press presents '90s UK G' from non-other than UK Garage legend Zed Bias. The collection delivers a blend of classic UKG influences and current club-ready grooves.

Dave Jones, better known as Zed Bias, is an English electronic musician based in Manchester who operates as a producer and DJ in the UK garage/2-step, broken beat, and UK funky genres. He has also released material under various pseudonyms, including Maddslinky, and was previously one-half of the Phuturistix duo.

Featured on vocals is Felicia Temple, a singer, songwriter, and producer from New Jersey. She honed her skills at the famed Village Underground in New York City before making her breakthrough as a contestant on season 12 of NBC's The Voice. Her success introduced her to an international fanbase. Soon, she was touring prolifically, both as a solo artist and supporting Grammy-nominated singer Deborah Cox and the Whitney Houston Hologram Tour. Her sultry sound is known amongst industry greats. Felicia's most recent release, 'The Balancing Act,' a six-track EP, debuted at #22 on the iTunes R&B chart. She has since amassed almost two million streams on all digital platforms viewed over eight million times on YouTube.

• 319 Samples
• 2 Presets
• 42 MIDI



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  Member 10.02.2020 107
+32
Every sample of the demo was my jam
  Member 5.09.2021 23 14
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can somebody re-up please
  Resident 13.09.2021 3 101
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If this gets reuploaded can someone reply to me please
  Member 20.05.2023 120
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One of the links still works.

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