James Stopard (ex_jstopard774) wrote in m1nistry0f5ound,
James Stopard

The Judge and C-mos

Vote for Judge Jules in 2005; the country depends on it.

Remember, come May, vote The Trance Party.

But seriously, vote for Jules as the best World DJ for Trance...http://www.thedjlist.com/djs/JUDGE_JULES/

Jules isn't just a DJ, he's a well-spoken DJ, who did a degree in Law. His puns may be dry, but if you listen to him on saturdays 7 - 9pm, you'll notice that there's a very large sense of irony, in that he's playing trance for the weekend-has-landed urban gangs, and yet he's probably the most cultured man I've ever heard about. Just remember, he's a big fan of classical music too.

The Judge played an awesome tune on Saturday the 26th; it was called C-mos and Two Million Ways; it has the most wonderful futuristic melody I've ever heard; really gets the imagination flowing, conjuring up images of space age and urban locales. It's Dorian and it feels so dolorous, yet it instils you with hope.

C-mos and Two Million Ways -- http://www.djsuperstore.co.uk/item/dj-vinyl/077870-c-mos-2-million-ways-12-single-%C2%A36.95

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The record uses the melodic minor descending scale, but shifts the D to D#;

F#, G#, A, B, C#, D#, E, F#
    T   S  T  T   (T) S  T

Regular melodic des:
F#, G#, A, B, C#, D, E, F#
    T   S  T  T   S  T  T


What C-mos achieves with the Dorian scale is a very transcendent, urban sounding, industrial trance track.
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