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Saturday, Feb 15 2014 | 09:26
Image: 1587100 Jus Now are back on Gutterfunk with their second release. After creating a tropical typhoon with their debut One Time EP, including the massive ‘Tun Up’ featuring Bunji Garlin - recently described by Sir David Rodigan as a Deep Forward. “In dances in Jamaica a deep forward comes from the back of the lawn, not the hype kids at the front, the back of the lawn. That’s the Deep Forward!” – his words, not ours.’.

Jus Now are taking it back to the road, with Bare Wine & Vodou Riddim. This one is for carnival girls dropping their batties down to the floor, so wave your flag and get ready to wine

‘'Wining is a form of dance that involves gyration of hips and can be slow or fast but must always be sexy. It is performed to mainly West Indian music like reggae, calypso and soca.' (Urban Dictionary)

Trinidad's future boy of soca, Swappi asks the question 'What you mean that you can't wine?!' and proceeds to instruct listeners to 'drop your batty to the ground then pick it up' with no hesitation. This tune is an ode to pure unadulterated wining.

Vodou Riddim is a sacrificial offering to the Gods of Bass, channelling the power of the mighty 808 and paying respects to the patrons of different phenomena. Available from 27.01.2014
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