Wednesday, December 30, 2009

End Of Year Wig Out!

Sick of chasing wild geese every year come new year's night, me myself and James Barrie have taken matters into our own hands.

We have a place you can get to easy (if you live in Barcelona, of course), bar prices, an immense soundsystem! and cheap-ass tickets for anyone organised enough to cop them beforehand.

You'd better go to Rift in Plaça Angels if you want a piece of the action!

Bon Any a tothom!

Tuesday, December 29, 2009

The Best Dancefloor Songs of 2009 (Je Crois)

Yes. This is to shine a little light on some of the tracks that made my 2009 such a delightful 365 days. I would like to admit to all pedants that in all likelihood, these tracks were not released this year, but their effect and presence in discoteques, bedrooms, afters and walkmans this year has been undeniable. You can download my assemblage of these tracks following the link at the bottom of the post.

  1. Delorean: 'Big Dipper'

This is an honest-to-goodness collage of the finer points of electronic music and a great deal of musical can-do, polished by a pop production that makes this record fit into almost any circumstance. I like to imagine the boys surfing around the bay of Biscay with small hats on like a latter-day version of the Banana Bunch when this comes on the player.

  1. Crystal Fighters: 'Xtatic Truth' (Renaissance Man Remix)

Strangely the Basques get another look in here. The infectious loop of the much-whooped txalaparta is spun around hypnotically for an eternity by the Renaissance Man duo before the Spanlish vocal comes in, which at once makes one feel at one with everyone whilst urging us to get by as individuals. It's quite Thatcherite but has nevertheless struck a chord with me.

  1. Radioclit: 'Divine Gosa' (Switch Remix)

This record is good for for reasons than even I care to think about. It is at once frantic and charged but retains an organic house backdrop. The rearrangements of Switch cannot be overlooked, proving that if you have a boss name like he does, it is impossible to tire of hearing it before drops.

  1. Idiotproof: 'Gorilla'

Continuing the theme of this fidget mission that seems to be the hot sound of the time, for the minute anyway, a 12” dancefloor fertilizer-based explosive on the hard-not-to-dig Made To Play label. I could have picked any tune from that stable for inclusion in the Top Ten but this one slides in as it is particularly effervescent.

  1. L-Vis 1990: 'Mr Wobble'

This man has control of everything and this EP was a joy to discover. Rarely does a record separate itself so easily from all the other latest releases in the record shop, but I was gobsmacked by this collection of barnstorming experiments in bass and time.

  1. Top Billin: 'In The Ass'

Not many people will remember the Outhere Brothers' first single from which this x-rated Baltimore crossover joint got its hook. Top Billin, however, may yet achieve a level of success of the lasting kind, as he put out gems like this on his way to remix for bigger and brighter acts than any Finn has before.

  1. Jean Nipon: 'Lost In Music'

This thing is complete anarchy. A twat to mix with, as it takes ideas of 16 bars and takes the piss out of them incessantly, the incomprehensible vocal stabs and Chicago-hell sour bass drop makes it worth it every time.

  1. Jayou: 'Zub'

This is an illustration of the ridiculous potential of dubstep. Starting as a sped up version of nineties French house, it releases into a sick bass onslaught that wouldn't be out of place at a Norweigan church-burning black metal orgy.

  1. Unknown: 'Cunt Trax 1' (Instrumental)

I have to admire this record on the principle of two aspects. Every track involves some cockney gangster film rip wittering on at someone about being a cunt, which is either self-referentially brilliant or predictably daft. Either way, I prefer without. This is both minimally ambient and an industrial-strength dub-step bomb that can only be fully appreciated by a crowd of drunk and high Sònar backpackers. Or the Scots.

  1. Limonious 'Swedish Pommak'

A complete screwball to round off the pack. When you thought you knew where everything was headed, the Scandanavians, who have been laying in the cut for a minute scheming on something dastardly, come out with a sweet serving of cult beats, at a tempo no-one was thinking about, rocking rhythms that only five people are capable of inventing and about 40 more are interested in, for now. But there's some milage in this mayhem.  

Sunday, December 27, 2009

El Gran Hangover

Right good video to distract you from your head and stomach issues.

Thursday, December 24, 2009

8 Bit Christmas Special

First of all, why call it a Christmas special and then do nothing Christmassy during the program?  Is the idea of 8-bit any more attractive over the festive season?  That aside, let me fill you in with what you probably missed at BeCool tother night.

There were three acts that we caught.  There were more on the bill but we either missed them, didn't notice them or they were wack.  And I believe that in general, it's better to say nothing than to say something negative, especially in this season of good will and mince pies.

The first was Drop 1410 who had a tremendous selection of energetic tunes which were well programmed and not too self involved, keeping us engaged for the duration despite the lack of vocals, etc.  He popped up on occasion to introduce this or that, and I was slightly disppointed to see that he was a human and not a dalek or C3P0.  He also dropped a really amusing take on early ninties eurotrance.

We were there to see Meneo, and I suppose that they were the main attraction for the most of the souls that made it up there on a school night, not for me though as I was steady on holiday by then.  There set was pretty short, it must be said, as this early gig had had its share of technical glitches, but was intense as ever, and they dropped some new material including one track that seemed to be called 'Tiger Woods Is Gay'.  Well I never.  They also done a couple of covers, which I hadn't heard before, check the video below for to see whether you would have dug.  Most people did.  Also most people were disappointed not to see the band members' members during the performance.  What can I say.  It was cold and they might not have done their profiles any favours.

The act that put the night on is a Catalan/Japanese crossbreed called Pepino.  They were a kind of 8 bit Pizzicato Five, she was more reserved and nicer to listen to, he was too wacky and is vocals did nothing for the tracks at all.  Did I say I was going to be nice?  My bad.  Their synchronised dance moves were awesome though.  And they had a bit of a penya down there that knew the tracks off by heart and whatnot.

Overall, the night was enjoyable, from the point of view of a showcase and not a night of dancing.  You had to be a real 8 bit anorak to pay attention to everything, and Meneo were easily the slickest and most entertaining 30 minutes.

Thursday, December 17, 2009

Illum Sphere (Fat City) - OUT!!

Illum Sphere's Long Live the Plan EP is up and out and on sale!! HERE!! Heavy beats from the Manchester player and good to see another stand out release from the O.G. true-players... FAT CITY RECORDINGS!

Wednesday, December 16, 2009

New Skwee Mixes: Marcus Price & Kool Dj Dust!

This one by Kool Dj Dust: Big up Skweee mixxx

..and then this one by Marcus Price: Metropol skwee mix del 2

These two mixes and the Guido mix for FACT is the BEEEST right now, keep them as my ringtone on my beepa fo life!

Tuesday, December 15, 2009

Christopher Tubbs - HEADS DOWN RADIO (Mp3)

Heads Down Radio with Christopher Tubbs (December '09) by cmjct

1. The XX 'Basic Space' (Jamie XX Space Bass Mix)(Young Turks)
2. Nite Jewel 'What Did He Say' (Italians Do It Better)
3. Amaziah 'Slowly' (Claremont 56)
4. Prince Language 'Nah, That's Hot Man' (Editions Disco)
5. Linkwood 'Falling' (Prime Numbers)
6. Desire 'Under Your Spell' (Italians Do It Better)
7. Sly & Robbie 'Super Thruster' (Claremont 56)
8. Beulah Heights 'Butterfly' (Beulah Heights)
9. Red Rack'em 'In Love Again' (Untracked)
10. Jamie Principle 'Baby Wants To Ride' (Ron Hardy Edit)(White)
11. Zwicker 'I Get My Kicks At Night' (Lexx Dub)(Compost Black)
12. Stereo Image 'Your Collapsed State' (FMJ)

Christopher Tubbs is a DJ, producer, label consultant and record label owner. His productions as Tubbs and Atlantic Conveyor have resulted in strong support from luminaries such as Gilles Peterson, Mark Ronson and Groove Armada.

Christopher is well known for his Discolexia parties in London and Ibiza - they’re part of a DJing schedule that takes him all over the world.

More recently he has been strengthening his ties to the art and fashion world, playing parties for Comme Des Garçons in Paris, the Chanel/Canon anniversary celebrations in Monte Carlo and The Faile Exhibition in London - to name a few.

His sound is cutting edge: nouveau disco, post-punk, electroboogie, house and even into the world of techno - music for both dance connoisseurs and full-scale party-rocking.

It's his passion for hunting down new music and hidden treasures that has led him to being asked to broadcast the 6 Mix for BBC 6 Music in the new year. Other 6 Mix DJ's on rotation include Andy Weatherall, Derrick May and Erol Alkan. Watch this space for dates and details!

Sunday, December 13, 2009

Post-Brunch Anti-Cranberries Antidote Number 4 or 5

Not only is the original the saddest song you could ever imagine dancing to...

...I just found the bomb country cover version.

Friday, December 11, 2009

Guido x FACT x Essential (Mp3)


"Guido's most recent single release, 'Beautiful Complication', finds him striking out on his own and arguably eclipsing his more famous friends."

"Amounting to one of the most joyous and satisfying FACT Mixes of 2009. Essential downloading."


Thursday, December 10, 2009

I'm Backkkk

Tanto in Barcelona como with part Deux of the DJ Slick Dixx bio and 40oz backpack mixtape of the season, 'Hycote Highlights'.  Find the second part of this gripping saga and plus the tracklist of this bedroom beats extravaganza herrrre.


Trouble Vision x Dirty Canvas (Mp3)

This mix is off the scizzle!! Mr Martelo on DUTY!! Download HERE from Soundcloud.

All to promote another shit hot line-up in London Town.

Sinden x Heartless Crew x Newham Generals & DJ Tubby (Live) x Martelo x Terror Danjah x Brackles x Hot City x The Heatwave x Alex Nut x Magic x Reecha x Solid Gold & Park Ranger x Oli DAB & Robin x Hylu & Jago x Hesseltime

All in one night!! I have tears running down my face as I write!

I'm Goin' Wit' You (feat Om'Mas Keith) - Debruit
I'm Goin' Wit' You (feat Om'Mas Keith - Octa Push remix) - Debruit
Sabacco - Quarta 330
Hate 2 Love U - MarchMellow
Show Kuduro A Badman Place (Martelo Blend) - Nilcaps x Mavado & Busy Signal
Chupchik (Chupchik feat. Kein Vorspiel) - Schlachthofbronx
Chestboxing (Benga Remix) - Skream
Unknown (Craig Walsh Remix) - Dev79
Cool & Humble (Untold Remix) - Dark Angel
Video Phone (Instrumental) - Beyonce
Rap Dis (U Can't Stop Dis S**t) [Instrumental] - Oxide And Neutrino
2nd Best [feat. Dino] (Shut Up and Dance Remix) - Cherise
Go DJ - Jammin'
Tonka (Menta Remix) - Dj Zinc
Hold The Havoc - Menta x Major Lazer
No Sleep (Martelo Re-Edit) - Hervé
Woodblock - LD
Down On Me - Wookie
Pathways (Doc Daneeka Remix) - Digital Mystikz
Dis Boy PT4 - Cooly G
Bangkok (Roska Remix) - Boris Dlugosch
As I feat. Katy B - Geeneus
Set Me Free (Zombie Disco Squad remix) - Drop The Lime
Day in the Life (L-Vis 1990 Dub remix) - Beezy
Untitled (DÅM FREAK??) - Martelo
I Love London (Brackles Remix) - Crystal Fighters

Come home Slick Dixx...

Your trips away need to be shorter... This one is for you, I know you'll love it! Riton & Seiji - Computer Juice.

TVB - Interview

Yours Truly Presents: The Very Best from Yours Truly on Vimeo.

Wednesday, December 9, 2009


Spain's most popular music blog posts up an exclusive mix to Spain's most exciting new artist!

Say no more... Check it all at the hugely influential... DESPARRAMEEEE

Tuesday, December 8, 2009


I got the following from the ALT RMX project... Gucci Mane - Photoshoot (Flying Lotus Remix), Cee-Lo - Hello Miss (Armani XXXChange remix) & Lil Jon Ft. Kee - Give It All You Got (Drums of Death remix) but there's a load to have a listen to and download.


Saturday, December 5, 2009

Savage Skulls and Andy Milonakis!

Swedish mash up! This guy came for some syrup last night with a bit of a cold...thing was he had a pet-bottle with some syrup from some other friend... Collecting the sissuuurp!


Friday, December 4, 2009

Friday tune...


Jamtech Foundation (Mp3)

Saw this courtesy of Mr Paul Devro, amazing Jamaican joint from the Swedish Jamtech Foundation... Really worth a listen and keeping an eye out for their new LP! It's out NOW! Download 'Park the 9 Ft. Voltage' HERE.

Erol Alkan & Boys Noize - Waves (Chilly Gonzales Piano Remake)

This is weirdly amazing...

New Chromeo - Night by Night...

If you have never seen these guys play live... YOU HAVE TO!

Thursday, December 3, 2009

Hot Chip & Peter Gabriel (Mp3)

"...and it feels so unnatural, to sing your own name." - Brilliant.

The Very Best x Theophilus London (Mp3)

Maybe my two favourite artists at the moment... Together!
Theophilus London & The Very Best... SHEEEEIIITTT!
Get on the download action HERE!

Wednesday, December 2, 2009

Sunday, November 29, 2009

Whatever Happened To The Noughties? The Best Mixtapes Of The Decade

I'm going to put my top ten albums of the decade on my myspace because here it seemed more appropriate to write about something a bit different.  Something overlooked by our contemporaries at the Observer, but all too relevant to electronic drug people whose A.D.D. makes the space between tracks seem like a bleak eternity, here is my list of the best ten mixtapes of the decade.  Si señor.

10.  Goon & Koyote: Diamond Grills

Apart from or because of the loud and intrusive shouts from DJ Nasty, this is an incredibly slick mixtape full of all the essentials for number of repeat listens, including a 16 bar ghetto reworking of 'Good Life' by Inner City and a dope exclusive verse from Teki Latex.  This tape represents the French take on booty, which seems to have been massive amongst our Gallic cousins.

Ibiza Moment:  DJ Koyote: 'Playin With Witney'

9.  Toddla T: Ghettoblaster

If this is how it started, T Willy has had it down from day un.  This epic collection brought old favourites to our attention, scoured the ragga and bass scene for fresh gems, pushing all four versions of Toddla's first single, 'Do U Know'.

Ibiza Moment:  Tiger Style: 'Tiger Style'

8.  Aaron LaCrate & Low Budget: BMore Gutter Music

If ever a sound has been so easy to define it is B(alti)more Club.  This tape is as good as it got.  All the bangers you need to know about are contained within, with very few of the uninspired remixes that seems to have come to define this genre.

Ibiza Moment: Baltimore Club: 'Pork Chops'

7.  Metro Area: Fabric 43

Their sound may be modest and reserved, but don't equivocate yourself: Metro Area are a production juggernaut.  This Fabric mix came out about 4 years too late, but its classic content really negates time and fashions.  It is also the only mix (possibly ever) with a humourous spoken intro that endears the artist to the listener.

Ibiza Moment: Devo: 'Freedom Of Choice'

6.  DJ2D2: A Little Bass!

This is the gem of a selection of fine mixtapes from Barcelona's David Perez.  Effortlessly floating between genres, it is so up on the new shit that even now it sounds futuristic.  Why this lad doesn't have a residency in one of the city's larger dancing spaces I do not know.

Skream & Diplo 'Blipstream'

5.  Vitalic: Live At Fuse 2002

This is the only live mix in the selection but I could not possibly discount it.  Released bang in the middle of the electroclash years (I still shudder when I hear that term...), this hour of champagne techno sums up everything that is right about that sound.

Ibiza Moment: Vitalic: 'Newman'

4.  Modeselektor: Boogybites Vol. 03

As far as progression goes, this for me is an amazing collection of forward-thinking music from the last few years.  The mixing is eccentrically unpredictable, the order curious and the mood of each piece almost worlds apart from its predecessor, but these Germans with strange faces make it all fit.

Ibiza Moment: Holden: 'Idiot'

3.  Disco D: Funk Flava 2005

This is the saddest entry of all.  When David Shayman commited suicide, I read and watched quite a lot of the coverage about the why, and what emerged was that he was an incredibly hard-working character who wasn't getting the success that he needed, and this may have contributed to his depression.  This baffles me.  I saw both Disco D and Diplo at Sònar a year apart.  Where Diplo was blending some throwaway hits, Disco D played a live set on his MPC, influenced by his recent trip to Brazil.  Where Diplo came out with 'Piracy Funds Terrorism', Disco D dropped Funk Flava 2005, an engaging frenzy of Miami Bass, Baile Funk and Ragga.  Who's the better artist?  (No offence meant Diplo.)

Ibiza Moment: DJ Funk: 'Knock Knock' Vs Blacka Ranks 'Take Off Something'

2. Playgroup: Party Mix

The first time I heard this tape I found myself dumbfounded.  I was just trying to get into one beat when another one jumps in to take its place.  Apart from insane DJ Assault mixes, I can't think of any compilation that plays you less of any one song.  Trevor Jackson's Party Mix grew and grew on me, and the lack of tracklist made it all the more interesting, in the tradition of DJs covering the labels on their records to avoid people copying their choices.  At the time I read that there was a prize for anyone who could name all the tunes, which range from disco and funk to soundtrack and new wave, something that I have never felt confident enough to attempt.  Some of the tunes are obvious, some obscure, but they are cut and blended in such a fashion that this hour is irresistible to the backpack muso and the top-of-the-popster.

Ibiza Moment:  Too many to mention

1.  2 Many DJs: As Heard On Radio Soulwax Part 2

It's not hip anymore, but that doesn't alter the significance of this tape to me myself and the millions of others who couldn't get this out of the CD player for months and months a few years ago.  Ignoring the wildly ambitious selection of bangers, both old and new, the amount of work that went into the re-editing of some of the instrumentals and vocal tracks is unfathomable.  Not to mention the difficulty that they must have had in getting the rights to all the songs in order to sell this album.  This tape opened my eyes to a lot of new ideas and will be eternally indebted to it for that.

Ibiza Moment: The Cramps: 'Human Fly

Long History of Fruit and Vegetable-Related Characters Culminating in Kid 606 Video

  • The Poddington Peas
  • Bananaman
  • The Cabbage Patch Kids
  • Appleblim
  • The Killer Tomatoes (Attack of the)
  • The Munch Bunch
  • Mr Potato Head
  • The California Raisins 
  • Mr Peanut
  • The Cranberries (rubbish)
  • Jack Pumpkinhead
  • King Aubergine (yet to be developed)
  • Bananas In Pijamas
  • Baron Von Lemon (assistants named below) (I am not making this up)
  1. Crash Orange
  2. Sir Reginald Lime-Lime

Saturday, November 28, 2009

Saturday Morning Anti-Cranberries Gangsta Prophecy

I remember copping this album for Christmas about ten years ago, and thinking it was AMAZING. Unfortunately for Daz and Kurupt, they never blew up like Snoop and Dre etc etc, but a revisit to some of the tunes contained within certainly deserved lasting attention.

This particular joint goes out to all the people who have been on their bare arses this past week before payday.

Friday, November 27, 2009

The Friday Selection

It's still so exciting when MC Neat says "here come di remix"....


Kowton is about...

We mentioned Bristol based Kowton the other day and feedback has been great... So here's a little more... We spotted a pretty all encompassing interview on Blackdown and you can download the mix HERE.

This is what's all a boot...
STL - Bird Art (Something)
Andre - Moments in Life (Mahogani Music)
WBeeza - He So Crazy (Third Ear)
Soundstream - "Live" Goes On (Soundstream)
Kowton - Stasis (G mix) (Keysound)
DJ Abstract - Touch (Tempa)
Kowton - Looking At You (unreleased)
Pearson Sound - Wad (Hessle Audio)
Kowton - Countryman (Keysound)
Emvee - Nocturnal (Wireblock)
Kowton - Metronome (LV Remix)(unreleased - Nakedlunch forthcoming?)
Joe - Grimelight (Hessle Audio)
Peverelist - Bluez (Punch Drunk)
Guido - Beautiful Complication (Punch Drunk)

Leif is blazin'!

This guy is awesome... Just spotted him on Dazed Digital. Read the full interview HERE!

"Ever-prolific having been involved in the Bmore / Major Lazer dancehall house scenes along with Rye Rye and Santigold etc, Leif as been making edits of MGMT to remixing Italo-disco Glass Candy, and dubstep-heavy Burial. Producer for Das Racist and Spank Rock, he's moved from fidget and rap to his newest project, titled Aries Noise"

Thursday, November 26, 2009

A dirty three way on lovely Candi Staton!

Is this right... Candi Staton's You Got The Love, covered, remixed, reworked and re-editted...?

Florence And The Machine – You’ve Got The Love (XX remix) (Renaissance Man edit) - HERE

Now, this is BOSS..

Bflecha x Diploide

This might be old (April '09)... But it's bleeding marvelous. Listen!

Wednesday, November 25, 2009

Short Circuitry // November 2009

Muso's Guide seems like a pretty up-to-date geek-out of all things music related. This article is a great piece on the future stars and what's been going down this year. Here's a few of their stand outs for now and then...







The Rehashing Continues

Never one to resist a challenge, here's a re-edit challenge that I failed to resist.  Based on a slice of happy-go-lucky rap history, I sliced out the (in my opinion) annoying parts, leaving (in my opinion) the greatest re-edit of Whistle's (Nothin' Serious) Only Buggin' ever done in one day by a rank amateur.

In case you want to hear the outdated original, here it is, in all its 'glory':

Tuesday, November 24, 2009

Ragga Garage Mix > ONEMAN Mp3

As only Oneman would!

Check it, download it - Through the mighty respectable HEATWAVE

* DJ Deller - Romantic Call
* PD Syndicate & Elephant Man - Zoom Zoom
* B-15 Project feat Crissy D & Lady G - Girls Like Us
* B-15 Project & Lady Saw - Freak
* Ed Case & Sweetie Irie - Who?
* Toddla T & Hervé feat Serocee - Shake It (Martelo Funky Edit)
* Baobinga & Killa Benz - Wine Up
* Sticky & Heartless Crew - Jump Around
* Breach - Sizzla Remix
* Geeneus & Ms Dynamite - Get Low
* Richie Dan - ??
* Pay As U Go (Maxwell D & Plague) - Champagne Dance 09

Mumdance BBC 1Xtra Mix ft Jammer, C Gritz & Diesel

Here's lil something Jack Mumdance prepped up for BBC 1Xtra. Worth a listen for sure.

1st 15mins Grime with MCs Jammer, C Gritz & Diesel.
2nd 15mins instrumental & a bit deeper with some Mumdance newbies.


01 Mumdance - Kerplunk Part 1
02 Shazam & Slater Brockman - Forward March
03 Silencer - Dirtbag
04 P Money - Left The Room
05 Wiley - Wot U Call It? (Tease)
06 Terror Danjah - Bipolar
07 Plastician - Cha (Switch)
08 Drop The Lime - Set Me Free (Zombie Disco Squad Rmx)
09 El Guincho - Kalise (Mumdance Rmx Ft Jammer)
10 Egyptrixx - Everybody Bleeding
11 Agent X - Decoy
12 Mums Of Death (Mumdance & Drums Of Death) - Golden Axe
13 Mumdance, Shortstuff & Brackles - Sick in a Bag
15 Mumdance Ft Badness - Sacrifice Riddim

What up Daniel Savio...?

We spoke to Flogsta Danshall's main man... Daniel Savio.

What is your current favourite record?
There are so many good records both new and old (I mainly play and listen to old music except for skweee, that's really the only "modern" stuff i play). Also I listen to all sorts of music from hip hop, funk/soul/disco, folk rock, psychedelia, pop, synth/new wave/ebm, classical.

So my answer would be Randy Barracuda´s album and Robert Görl "Night full of tension".

What is the ultimate end of the night track?

Pretty difficult question, maybe "Blinkar Blå" by Adolphson & Falk (Swedish 80's synth pop duo)

Which artist gets ultimate Daniel Savio respect right now?

Too many to mention but if we are talking skweee it will of course be Pavan otherwise I would say Edvard Grieg.

& James Brown (still the king)...

What parties are showing the rest how it's done?

Flogsta Nattliv, Top Nice (London and Stockholm) and All Out Dubstep.

What is your Plat du Jour?

The Loved One (really great movie from 1965)

Finally... Here's our Plat du Jour. Plat du Jour's Plat du Jour... Released earlier this year on Flogsta Danshall Records. Monkey Wee Monkey Poo. Second time on the blog and deservedly so!

Monday, November 23, 2009

Friday, November 20, 2009

The Friday Selection...

It's Friday night again. Today I just can't choose one getting ready song. So here's five. Like a blog jukebox (take 15% of THAT dodd).

Beyonce - Sweet Dreams
Yummy Bingham - Come Get It
Plus more...

Gucci Envy and gold earrings ready....


Ola Kalnins is one of the best, yes you know...the beeest. A great crusader in life with loads of aaaaouurngh! He knows where the shelf is supposed to stand, king of handstyles and of course last but definitely not the least a great friend fo life fo sho! Bigg upp min broder! Ladalök! Check his bambaclat work! The freshness!

Thursday, November 19, 2009

Daniel Savio Skwee Mix for Big Up Magazine!!!

Scandinavian music history maker – Daniel Savio – the very first skweee DJ, its second producer, and the one who coined the term “skweee” (”while trying to “squeeze” the juice out of [his] Juno till the last drop”) presents a skweee-licious mix for Big Up Magazine! Yes, it is everything you expect: funky, crazy, synthy, odd, squeaky, but above all it is absolutely fresh! Enjoy!

1. Mrs Qeada “Babi”
2. Cuverville “Troglodytes”
3. Randy Barracuda “Overnight romancing”
4. Yöt “Feeling the real feeling”
5. Rigs the DJ “Lavernas Tament”
6. Randy Barracuda & MESAK “Adult games (dub)”
7. Daniel Savio “Tough guy music”
8. Pavan “Stench of you”
9. Mangrove “Angry animals”
10. Joxaren “Oklart uppdrag”
11. Audionom “Imposter (Daniel Savio remix)”
12. Randy Barracuda “Love axe/Heavy metal”
13. Daniel Savio “Fraud”
14. Lazercrotch “Nugut”
15. Melkeveien vs Nino “Mandag”

Listen and download for free, over here!

Flying Lotus is the Hendrix of our generation...

Mary Anne Hobbs speaks...

Gemmy - Johnny 5

Great sound... Super distinct, super Gemmy! Out 23rd November on Planet Mu Records.

Flairs - Truckers Delight

I'm sorry... Watch it all the way through!

FLAIRS - TRUCKERS DELIGHT from 3rd Side Records on Vimeo.

Sebastian Tellier x Floating Points. Mp3

FACT's daily dowload is only up for 1 week. It's classic Tellier with some jiggery pokery from another UK 'one to watch'... Floating Points. Sounds awesome.

L'Amour et La Violence (Floating Points Remix) Mp3

Theophilus London - 'Humdrum Town' Mp3

Easy now. I hope you're liking Theophilus London as much as we do. This is a rerecording of 'Humdrum Town' (Fader) taken from his 'This Charming Mixtape' which we posted a while back.

Wednesday, November 18, 2009

Tomb Crew x Crookers - HUGE!

This went LIVE last night on Crooker's Blog. SHEEEEIT!! Them boys are flying right now.

Crookers Ft. Kelis - No Security - Tomb Crew REMIX Mp3

+ Here's the original version...

'10 Days' Video by Ripo

Ripo is a street prowler who spends his nights getting loose in the mean streets of the Raval and his days, well, I wasn't sure til now.

This tremendous video accounts for a week and a half of his take on the words in the news.

10 DAYS from ripo on Vimeo.

Tuesday, November 17, 2009

Soup for the Soul by Warrior One.

I found a wicked track by Warrior One featuring the queen of dancehall, Lady Chann on the Heatwave Blog and went in search of all things Warrior One. Check out their amazing new mix (at the bottom) with that Lady Chann track heading the bill.

The two London lads kindly obliged and gave us some great answers to the old favourite PDJ questions....

What is your current favourite record?
Carl: 'Mindreader' by Kingdom (L-Vis 1990 Dub)
Eno: 'Bassjackers' - Klambu (original mix)

Here's the Todd Edwards remix of 'Mindreader'... For the L-Vis 1990 version hit up the Bok Bok & L Vis 1990 Night Slugs Dubplates 2009 Mix (Track 14).

What is the ultimate end of the night track?
Carl: 'Sweet Caroline' - Neil Diamond (No contest!)
Eno: 'Never Too Much' - Luther Vandross

Which artist gets ultimate Warrior One respect right now?

Carl: L-Vis 1990 run tings right now. But keep an eye out for the new Yes King material... Could get serious!
Eno: Toddla T

What parties are showing the rest how it's done?
Carl: Un Bongo are bringing the killer lineups, then there's FWD at Plastic People, and not forgetting the classic YoYo's at Notting Hill Arts Club
Eno: Erm, I like it down the local these days

What is your Plat du Jour?
Carl: Homemade roast pumpkin soup with cumin and nutmeg, dash of creme fresh served with heavily buttered and toasted rye bread. With a few real ales to wash it down...
Eno: BBC Radio 4

Warrior One... MIX!


Diplo's Birthday Present from MC Mutual...

“Last year I was in Atlanta when it was Diplo’s birthday party. It was around this time… so i thought this time around i’d make him something and it came out like this. Can you pass this on to him, let me know if he likes it. Okay till next time, peace” MC Mutual

Listen HERE! Mc Mutual Ft. Kid Cudi, Vybz Cartel, Miley Cyrus & Fambo.

Monday, November 16, 2009

FACT's 9 out of 10... Guido strives for perfection!

FACT say it all! Pick it up here... BOOMKAT

More Joy Orbison...

Joy Orbison is, well, about perfect right now. We're going to do an NYPD style background check on him for you, but for now. TUNES!

NEW! - Four Tet – Love Cry (Joy Orbison Remix)...

Joy Orbison - Wet Look

+ Here's Joy Orbison's Hyph Mngo again (in case you missed it!)...

Miss Van & Anaoana 2009

Huge night last night in Barcelona. The release of Miss Van & Anaoana's first joint collab collection. This amazing lil video from My Dog is Polite shows more of what it's all about! Check out DJ Slick Dixx as the wolf man... Amazing!

Miss Van & Anaoana - Barcelona


That girl Fefe Talavera put me up on this continental dreadnaught who seems to have avoided the lime up until now.

One listen of this will make your head rotate around in hexagon shapes.

Saturday, November 14, 2009

Miss Van & Anaoana Present... ★ Red Cheeks ★

Essential Sunday behavior... Probably the most forward thinking fashion coming out of Barcelona... Not to mention the best party. Plat du Jour's saucy C Shell on the wheels. Expect ragga, bashment and dancehall plus the rest.

Clowns faces essential to get in!! Dress UP to get DOWN!!
Ole Red Cheeks in TOWN!


Estan encantadas de presentaros su primera colección "RED CHEEKS" en Avant-première el Domingo 15 de Noviembre en el "Dos Trece" (Sala de Abajo), C/Carme 40 a partir de las 20.00

Os esperamos a todos con maquillaje de payaso...(imprescindible!!)

...Bienvenidos al show...

★ M.V.A. ★

Saturday Morning Fever

Any maladies that the patient may feel in themselves this morning can be treated in three ways:

1.  Public Health Service (CAP)

2.  Private Health Service (Sanitas, etc)

3.  Dr Octagon (MoWax)

Friday, November 13, 2009


Bella Boo is a resident dj at Stämning, a mad technoparty held at Grodan in Stocktown. Here is Obry a mix with loads of great adventures and magic voices and of course a lot of Aooouuurnhg! Enjoy! 

Crazy Cousinz - Inflation
La Roulette - Original Mix - Anja Schneider, Lee Van Dowski
Shine - Alexi Delano Remix - Louderbach
Heavy Breathing - Original Mix - Zombie Disco Squad
So Reniar - Original Mix (Digital Only) - Ray Okpara
Yeah - Original Mix - Kolombo
Tool 3 - Original Mix - La Pena
Surdo - Original Mix - Worthy
Tribal Dance - Original Mix - La Pena
Vie! - Original Mix - Zombie Disco Squad


This dancehall dally is 100% guaranteed to make you skip (weird, i know)... RDX.

Madlib... Medicine Show! x12 CDS

While I can say that I love Madlib, I do think that not everything he touches turns to gold. Maybe Stones Throw would disagree but a x12 CD set could either be amazing, or very dull... I am worried! Ever since seeing him beat konduct a 47 hour drum solo I know he has self indulgent tendencies. But maybe his die-hard fans want that? Maybe they want everything on a plate so they can select.

I do LOVE, and I mean LOVE Guilty Simpson though. He is definitely top 5 wordsmiths ever amongst Ghostface, Klashnekoff, Jay-Z and hmmm... one more. EDAN! Very excited though to hear about a new album from Madlib and Guilty called OJ Simpson.

Here is a track that will feature on Disc 1 of 12... This will be the one you pay attention to...

MP3: Madlib & Guilty Simpson - The Paper from Madlib Medicine Show No. 1

More HERE!