Monday, August 30, 2010

Another Free Gem From RCRD LBL


Drop The Lime with the Sinden touch sent out by the good people at RCRD LBL.  It's called Sex Sax and it's a peach.

Happy Birthday King John Peel


Today is John Peel's 72nd birthday.  I have coincidentally just finished his auto/biography, started by John and finished by his beloved wife Sheila.  I cannot recommend 'Margrave of The Marshes' highly enough, but won't go into details here as to save some of the surprises for you, loyal reader/listener.  Needless to say, it has a sad ending.

Among the 25,000 records left behind at his Suffolk home was a box of 142 sevens, assumed to be the singles closest to his heart.  Everyone knows about Mr Peel's favourite song, Teenage Kicks, of which there were three copies, but I've included a different joint below, mostly because it's one of the only songs I possess, for shame.

The Buzzcocks - Ever Fallen In Love

We miss you John!  YNWA

Thursday, August 26, 2010

Cooly G - Phat Si

So fresh and so clean.

Monday, August 23, 2010

FlyLo drops new EP, already!

Warp say... "Where Cosmogramma aimed to converge 20th and 21st century musical forms, high in concept and wide in musical collaboration, this EP focuses on Flying Lotus’s hardware, with synth and vocoder playing a starring role in EP opener ‘Clay’." READ MORE HERE


Flying Lotus - Camera Day (taken from Pattern+Grid World) by Warp Records

Pattern+Grid World

01 Clay
02 Kill Your Co-Workers
03 PieFace
04 Time Vampires
05 Jurassic Notion/M Theory
06 Camera Day
07 Physics for Everyone!

BIG

This one from Toddla's BBC show this weekend.  You can still listen to the show in full for another week.

Friday, August 20, 2010

Friday tune gets carnivaaaaal

This week, the Friday tune is all about readying for CARNIVAL. Plat du Jour will be back in the Smoke and representing for carnival weekend. Can't WAIT. For all things carnival, it's always best to keep an eye on the Heatwave boys. Check out their guide to Notting Hill Carnival here.

This track is Whine - Max Glazer and Vybz Cartel. BIG!


Batty riders ready.......

Cubic Zirconia - Josephine

You'll know more soon. But for now this is via LuckyMe, of course!

Comes with remixes from Egyptrixx, Waajeed, Greemoney and DJ Sega. OUT NOW!

NEW! - Superisk - 'Find Your Way'

Guido just dropped this over, Punch Drunk's new artist, Superisk. Whomp it.

Thursday, August 19, 2010

Robyn ft. Röyksopp - None of them

From the album Body Talks Pt 1 with great reviews comes this gem which is one of my favorite tracks featuring the Norweigian band Röyksopp.



Know more about remixes and new releases right here!

Crystal Fighters x In The Summer (Mix)

This got BCN bouncin'...


'IN THE SUMMER' MINIMIX by Crystal Fighters

Wild Palms x Razzmatazz

Going to see these punks play Razz tomorrow. Should be dope! Come along Barcelona. Check Wild Palms here.

URBAN NERDS VS BIGGER THAN BARRY CARNIVAL 2010 - MIXED BY SUPRA1 (TROUBLE & BASS)

Heavyweight Polish production duo Supra1 have put together their ultimate party mix ahead of the set at Urban Nerds VS Bigger Than Barry. Signed to NYC's finest underground label Trouble & Bass, this is a taste of Supra 1's deep, dirty style that combines elements of UK funky, dubstep, NY house and UK garage blends, with epic melodies guaranteed to get you skanking!

Catch Supra1 at Urban Nerds VS Bigger Than Barry - the ultimate Notting Hill Carnival warm up party, on Saturday 28th August! CATCH THE ULTIMATE MIX HERE!

01. JME - CD Is Dead ( Mickey Pearce Remix )
02. Rishi Romero - African Forest
03. Lopazz / Heidi - Funkshovel
04. Fis-T - Night Hunter
05. Jan Driver - Rat Alert
06. SBTRKT & Sampha - Evening Glow
07. Cosmin TRG - Groove Control
08. Millie & Andrea - Temper Tantrum
09. DJ Eastwood - U Ain't Ready ( Untold Remix )
10. Supra1 - Ghoster

Mwëslee LIVE at C.A.L.O.R.

This is Eurocarne. It's epic.

Tuesday, August 17, 2010

Flow Festival 2010



A succesfull festival with a record of visitors 50000! Held in the oustkirts of Helsinki next to a harbour in an beautiful old gas factory. Great place, amazing people and what a line up!
We got bashed both days and started of early with the free beers, luckely we saw some of them big names...On friday Bella Boo was doing a set in a smaller tent held by Diesel U Music were the last hour was bass filled madness which seems to work just fine in Finland, after that off to see Big Boi and his massive show, his voice was crystal clear and the tracks sounded amazing!!! Then a pit stop at the Champagne tent (whatafuck??) where a friend invited us a bottle for getting him a free pass! All Love!
Stumbling on to Magnetic Man: WoW ! Nuff said, the light show they create with that cube is maaad, The whole crowd jumping. A big moment was when the crowd began to do a slow dubstep clap, whithout any instructions the whole crowd clapped simultaniously!!! Benga got emotional, he said WoW..he couldn't believe it, no one could, one of the highlights of the festival no doubt. I Need Air is huge, no discussion..all in all a killer show, here is a little snippet I recorded:



Recommended mix by Magnetic Man Essential Mix Radio 1

Saturday, hungover but not that heavy headed cause we managed to stay out of them vodka shots, started of with an amazing steak from a steakhouse close to our hotel (also amazing:), a bottle of vino and we were back inside. Henrik Hauschildt startet the evening with a hard set from hell and there we were drinking too much way before everyone else. After this we went to se Robyn, a swedish classic. She was really cool and made a great show, I have never seen her live and actually never really liked her music, to much pop and whatnot but her stage presence and energy just made us all melt!!! Amazing stuff not like M.I.A. who sucked big time, she thinks to much of her self and belives she is some sort of a rockstar...She sounded like an angry ennoying teen and it didn't help that she got behind the decks randomly...awfull. She even did some form of planned stage dive with a fucking ramp to jump off! How rock is that??? Naaa she was worthless...never again, her thing was more of a small Dj-set not suited for a main stage...
Anyways of to Joker and Nomad with a two hour set, big! Them two where drunk and had a god party themselves, haha they got the bottle out to the crowd, shit was real! I was amazed by the crowd, all jumping from beginning to end! The set was mayhem, classic tunes with more melody to more violent headcrushers!
Diplo was playing after and Joker asked " where is Diplo ?" Nomads response " Ah, he is backstage having a wank" hahah ... madness. We left as soon as Joker finished, why is Diplo playing AFTER Joker and not before anyways...haha!! To get a feel here is Nomads own recording of the party!



All in all we missed a lot of them big names but it was one of the best city festivals I've been to! Thank you FLOW! See you next time!

Check more videos and get mor info here: Flowfestival!!

Monday, August 16, 2010

Stromae, Poirier, Boogat - Alors On Que Viva (Rework)

Download Poirier's latest mash-up turning Stromae hit into a latin house burner!

Stromae, Poirier, Boogat - Alors On Que Viva by Poirier

Dubkasm (Guido & Peverelist Exclusives!)

Guido and Peverelist have produced special remixes of tracks from Dubkasm's critically acclaimed Roots Reggae long player 'Transform I', which are due to drop on 12' this October.

a: Dubkasm ft Ras Addis 'Strictly Ital' (Peverelist remix)
b: Dubkasm 'Nyah Keith' (Guido remix)


GUIDO x DUBKASM (Snippet)


PEVERELIST x DUBKASM (Snippet)


The tracks are taken from the album Dubkasm 'Transform I - remixed' on Sufferah's Choice Recordings, which is an album of Bristol Dubstep reinterpretations of the original Roots Reggae album featuring remixes from the likes of Pinch, Headhunter, Hyetal, Appleblim & Gatekeeper and more.

You Wait Two Weeks For A Post Then 3 Come At Once



Summer heat for the streets, too long in the making.

 El Casal by Slick Dixxx

Plat Du Summer


This is my vote. Ceviche. Although my version has ginger in it too. 

If you can't follow the Spanish use a modern tranlation tool.

(from El Pais)

Los que seguís el fantástico blog Gastronomía&Cía pensaréis que este cebiche es un auténtico plagio de uno que publicaron ellos el verano pasado. Pues bien, juro por Ramoncín que no se trata de una copia ilegal, y que una combinación muy parecida se me ocurrió a mí solito tratando de aprovechar los (escasos) materiales que tenía en casa justo antes de largarme de Barcelona. Eran los siguientes: una merluza comprada en un arrebato de inconsciencia cuando no había que comprarla, un triste pepino y unos restos de tomate rallado con aceite que había usado para un pan con tomate, creo.

Reconozco que la idea de usar este último aderezo sí la tomé de ellos cuando leí su receta. El cebiche -o ceviche, que se puede escribir de las dos formas- más tradicional no lleva aceite, pero me pareció que esta salida de lo clásico le podía dar un punto más ensaladero. Si eres integrista, no tienes más que eliminarlo y poner la carne del tomate cortada en dados.

En cualquier caso, el copyright de esta fresquísima, ultraveraniega y más fácil imposible manera de cocinar el pescado es sobre todo de los peruanos, con permiso de todos los demás países latinoamericanos en los que también se prepara con distintas variantes, todas ellas buenísimas.
Dificultad

No hay que saber ni encender la cocina.

Ingredientes
  • 600 gr. de lomos de merluza limpios de piel y espinas
  • 200 gr. de pepino
  • 1 tomate maduro
  • 1 cebolleta pequeña
  • 2 limas (si no tienen mucho jugo, 3)
  • 1 cucharadas de perejil picado
  • 1 cucharada de cilantro picado
  • 1 guindilla fresca (opcional)
  • Aceite de oliva
  • Sal
Preparación
1. Rallar el tomate y mezclarlo en un bol con dos cucharadas de aceite de oliva y una pizca de sal. Reservar.
2. Picar la cebolla en láminas finas y no muy largas. Picar muy fino la guindilla si se quiere picante. Pelar y cortar el pepino en dados de aproximadamente 1 cm. de grosor.
3. Cortar la merluza en dados del mismo tamaño que el pepino. Mezclarla con el zumo de las limas, el pepino, la cebolleta, la guindilla, el perejil, el cilantro y sal. Dejar tapado en la nevera unos 20 minutos.
4. Corregir de sal y servir el cebiche un poco escurrido con el tomate con aceite por encima.

Free Daily Freebies



RCRD LBL send you two mp3s for download on the daily.  This week has been a particularly healthy one with jump-offs from J.Dilla, Toddla, Matthew Dear and Wavves, amongst others.

The top ten of the week:

Summer hit! Aaliyah - Try Again (Like Mirrors Remix)

Wow, holding on to the sun in the north with this beautiful track remixed by Like Mirrors and yes Aaliyah is still the all time queen of RnB! Enjoy!



Download it for free right hurr!!!

Friday, August 13, 2010

Tissues at the ready - apparently it's a tear jerker...

Check deadboy's amazing E.P of R&B reworks. Fader got intimate with the man right here.

IN C.A.L.O.R. WE TRUST!

In all honesty. Your a complete tool if you live in Madrid or San Sebastian and you're not getting C.A.L.O.R. this weekend. We're stuck in hellish Barcelona and there aint nothing that compares. DO IT DO IT DO IT!!

BIG UPS... K**O, MWËSLEE, BFLECHA, NOAIPRE, DAVID M, SITH, CHELIS & DELOREAN for making it amazing.

SHE'S GOING. THAT ICE WON'T LAST THOUGH...


MADRID TONIGHT!!


SAN SEBASTIAN SATURDAY & SUNDAY!!


Elijah & Skilliam x P Money

This is HEAT!! P Money turned up randomly on their Rinse FM show on 8/8/10

The track is Joker - Psychedelic Runway (Mensah Remix)

SRC x Sonic Router

Great interview from the mighty Sonic Router here. Yeah man SRC on NMBRS/No Hats No Hoods.


Thursday, August 12, 2010

Foreign Beggars x Noisia - No Holds Barred

This is pure FIRE. HUGE! Turn it up.

RBMA x Major Lazer (Notting Hill)

Ermmm. Ok line-up I suppose. Might go if nowt better's on. HAHA

Basement Jaxx x Vampire Weekend - White Sky

Have you noticed all my posts start with "not sure I really like this". Enevitably I end up not liking it. Here's another example... I like it now! Tomorrow. Not so sure.

Wednesday, August 11, 2010

Bashing it! : Dark Sky - Frames EP

From London town comes Dark Sky (Pictures Music) with this amazing EP. The bassline thumpin from melodic and dark dubstep to a more garage and 2 step vibe...Four tracks with tight production, nuff said!!! "Night Lights" has been bashing my head in these last couple of days! Enjoy!



Here is a sampler of the whole EP, the track "Reflex" is true damage aswell!

Frames E.P Sampler - Forthcoming on Pictures Music 12th July 2010 by Dark Sky

Assemblage Boy

Assemblage Boy : An audiovisual piece by Michael Swaney and Simon Williams (Jahbitat), a collaboration in great harmony! Makes me think that we should never stop bending the rules and creating new spaces and stories, always keep babylon on a healthy distance, seeen!
Hats off guys! I recommend a good soundsystem or headphones!



Assemblage Boy - By Michael Swaney and Simon Williams ©2010 from Michael Swaney on Vimeo.

Tuesday, August 10, 2010

Guido x XLR8R (Mix)

It's dropped and it feels good. Check it here at XLR8R.


01 Guido "Korg Back" (Tectonic)
02 L-Wiz "Candleman"
03 Supra1 "Ghoster" (Trouble & Bass)
04 Mensah "Find Ya Way (Remix)" (Punch Drunk)
05 Guido "Mad Sax" (Punch Drunk)
06 The Body Snatchers "Only Hunnerds Riddim"
07 Silkie "Bass Junkie" (Deep Medi)
08 S-X "Woooo Riddim" (Stay Fresh)
09 Pinch "The Boxer" (Tectonic)
10 Geiom "Painkillers (Remix)" (Island)
11 Gemmy "Eurostar"
12 Peverelist "Better Ways of Living" (Punch Drunk)
13 Guido "Dream" (Punch Drunk)
14 Guido & Baobinga "Bumba"

Dreams



I have been having lots of strange dreams on this road trip, and I cannot say why.  What I can say is that Bristol's vinyl scene is alive and well thanks to an innumerable quantity of charity and second-hand spots, and, the pick of the bunch so far, Rise.

I asked Plat Du Jour's personnel what their dream was (I didn't):

Me/Myself/I: "A device that would help me understand the language of animals and plants, but not fish."

Doddington:  "I dream of a trained lemur in hip trainers capable of cleaning a kitchen and also tactful translations with club owners and artists alike."

C-Shell: "My dream involves my own stylish boat with wi-fi that could be used on a bi-weekly basis to fetch in molluscs and crustaceans for feasts; also, a Pullitzer or equivalent presented by Bill Bryson in recognition for my writing. Wooop woooop!"

K**O: "A time machine, some jet boots and perhaps un poco mas melanin."

Ominous Kizzaw: "My dream is this: a gigantine budget to produce the world's most memorable non-fiction feature, about either Boca Juniors or the as-yet-uninvented crossover of skwee and booty house which would be based in Malaysia."

What's your dream?

Monday, August 9, 2010

James Blake - Limit to your Love

This is absolutely beautiful. This is it! James Blake. Sub Bass. Bigs to Jonny Dub of Hoya Hoya fame for the link.



It's a cover of Feist! If you can imagine.

Noaipre x Arkestra Discos

So excited about this... NOAIPRE - Pretty Psycho x Anxiety Square!!


ARKST002 A1 Noaipre - Pretty Psycho by ARKESTRA
ARKST002 B1 Noaipre - Anxiety Square by ARKESTRA

Plus this from Sonar 2010...

Sunday, August 8, 2010

Wales Stand Up



Yo from Bristol.  I have been drinking a lot of good cider and now we're off to a car boot in Cheddar (yes, the Cheddar).  Yo warm your cockles, via the man like Raif Kabal, comes this dedication to the city just over the Severn from here, Newport.

Friday, August 6, 2010

A synopsis of 'Regulate' - Warren G. & Nate Dog. Legends!


On a cool, clear night (typical to Southern California) Warren G travels through his neighborhood, searching for women with whom he might initiate sexual intercourse. He has chosen to engage in this pursuit alone.

Nate Dogg, having just arrived in Long Beach, seeks Warren. On his way to find Warren, Nate passes a car full of women who are excited to see him. Regardless, he insists to the women that there is no cause for excitement.

Warren makes a left turn at 21st Street and Lewis Ave, in the East Hill/Salt Lake neighborhood[6], where he sees a group of young men enjoying a game of dice together. He parks his car and greets them. He is excited to find people to play with, but to his chagrin, he discovers they intend to relieve him of his material possessions. Once the hopeful robbers reveal their firearms, Warren realizes he is in a less than favorable predicament.

Meanwhile, Nate passes the women, as they are low on his list of priorities. His primary concern is locating Warren. After curtly casting away the strumpets (whose interest in Nate was such that they crashed their automobile), he serendipitously stumbles upon his friend, Warren G, being held up by the young miscreants.

Warren, unaware that Nate is surreptitiously observing the scene unfold, is in disbelief that he is being robbed. The perpetrators have taken jewelry and a name brand designer watch from Warren, who is so incredulous that he asks what else the robbers intend to steal. This is most likely a rhetorical question.

Observing these unfortunate proceedings, Nate realizes that he may have to use his firearm to deliver his friend from harm.

The tension crescendos as the robbers point their guns to Warren's head. Warren senses the gravity of his situation. He cannot believe the events unfolding could happen in his own neighborhood. As he imagines himself in a fantastical escape, he catches a glimpse of his friend, Nate.

Nate has seventeen cartridges to expend (sixteen residing in the pistol's magazine, with a solitary round placed in the chamber and ready to be fired) on the group of robbers, and he uses many of them. Afterward, he generously shares the credit for neutralizing the situation with Warren, though it is clear that Nate did all of the difficult work. Putting congratulations aside, Nate quickly reminds himself that he has committed multiple homicides to save Warren before letting his friend know that there are females nearby if he wishes to fornicate with them.

Warren recalls that it was the promise of copulation that coaxed him away from his previous activities, and is thankful that Nate knows a way to satisfy these urges.

Nate quickly finds the women who earlier crashed their car on Nate's account. He remarks to one that he is fond of her physical appeal. The woman, impressed by Nate's singing ability, asks that he and Warren allow her and her friends to share transportation. Soon, both friends are driving with automobiles full of women to the East Side Motel, presumably to consummate their flirtation in an orgy.

The third verse is more expository, with Warren and Nate explaining their G Funk musical style. Warren displays his bravado by claiming that individuals with equivalent knowledge could not even attempt to approach his level of lyrical mastery. There follows a brief discussion of the genre's musicological features, with special care taken to point out that in said milieu the rhythm is not in fact the rhythm, as one might assume, but actually the bass. Similarly the bass serves a purpose closer to that which the treble would in more traditional musical forms. Nate goes on to note that if any third party smokes as he does, they would find themselves in a state of intoxication daily (from Nate's other works, it can be inferred that the substance referenced is marijuana). Nate concludes his delineation of the night by issuing a vague threat to "busters," suggesting that he and Warren will further "regulate" any potential incidents in the future (presumably by engaging their enemies with small arms fire).

Thursday, August 5, 2010

Totally Enormous Extinct Dinosaurs (Podcast)



DOWNLOAD IT HERE!!

Tracklist:
Jimmy Edgar - Hot, Raw, Sex
Tinashe - Saved (Totally Enormous Extinct Dinosaurs remix)
Amyn - Moonbird
Dj Mystery Ft. Natalie K - Speechless
187 Lockdown - Gunman
Seiji - Basslips
Sky Ferreira - One (Totally Enormous Extinct Dinosaurs remix)
The Martin Brothers - Steal Drums
Ramadanman - Work Them
L-VIS 1990 - Do You Remember
Static Cast - The Goose That Got Away
Totally Enormous Extinct Dinosaurs - Blood Pressure

George Fitzgerald - The Let Down

Spotted this on The Ransom Note. George Fitzgerald on Hot Flush Recordings. Track!


The Let Down by George FitzGerald

Katy B - Louder

This one's for C Shell xxxx

Katy B
is firin' right now. This lil track was produced by the mighty Zinc. Keep an eye out...

James Blake - CMYK

Props to My Dog Is Polite's Landry for this one! James Blake. Killing it.

Check what Resident Advisor said about it here and hear more.

Tuesday, August 3, 2010

L-Vis 1990 ft. Shadz - Forever You

It's been out a couple of weeks, but we like!! So buy it HERE.

Magnetic Man - The Bug

That is more like what I expect from Skream, Benga & Artwork. Thanks Tuffist!


BOOM MONK BEN - Dropping fresh shiz...

If you don't know Boom Monk Ben believe... The boy can mix. It's a batty winding mix!


01. Sia - Clap Your Hands (Diplo Remix)
02. Uffie - MCs Can Kiss - Zombie Disco Squad Dub
03. Zinc - Nexx
04. LI'LL BO TWEAK - Got That Bass
05. Dj Wool - Watch This
06. NROTB - Juma
07. Roska - Elevated Level
08. DJ GREGORY & SIDNEY SAMSON - Dama S Salon (main mix) feat Dama S
09. Shystie - Pull It (Ill Blu remix)
10. Ill Blu - Blu Magic (Marcus Nasty Edit)
Armand Van Helden - The Funk Phenomenon (Acapella)
11. Lil Silva - Seasons
12. Vato Gonzalez - Badman Riddim
13. Zinc - Mouthfull
14. Sepalot - She Likes Me (feat Frank Nitty - Rob Threezy remix)
15. Fort Knox Five Ft Afrika Bambaataa & Mustafa Akbar - Shift (Malente Remix)
16. Jack Beats - Revolution
17. Teki Latex - Answers (Mikix The Cat Remix)
18. KISSED WITH A NOISE - Bipolar Gypsy (Rob Threezy remix)
19. Jokers of the Scene - Revolting JOTS
20. Fake Blood - The Dozens
21. Nadastrom - Save Us
22. Computer Juice - Computer Juice
23. DJ Donna Summer - Hoovermore
24. Redlight - Rock the House
25. 321 vs TIM HEALEY/DEEKLINE - Bring It Back (Ed Solo & JFB remix)
26. Oh Snapp!!! - Gangsters Gone (Tomb Crew Remix)
27. Mumdance - Kerplunk! Part One
28. Smith & Mighty - B Line Fi Blow

Dante's Fried Chicken @ Notting Hill Carnival 2009

Quite excited about London/August/2010. You know what!

Notting Hill Carnival featuring Rusko, Major Lazer & Maluca from Dante Fried Chicken on Vimeo.

Monday, August 2, 2010

Magnetic Man - I Need Air

Is this good? I am sure it is huge, but is it really Skream, Benga and Artwork? Whatevers.

On the other hand. I reckon 2010/11 is all about lazers. Lets do it.

Come home Dixxx...

In the mean time we'll listen to this and wait. Dixxx tunes all night long. Zombie Disco Squad x Man Recordings. Blam. See you soon.


Zombie Disco Squad - Dança Do Zumbi by MANRECORDINGS

Zombie Disco Squad "Dança Do Zumbi" taken from the upcoming Man Recordings compilation "Valeu", featuring exclusive tracks from Schlachthofbronx, Edu K, Oliver $, Ku Bo, Bert On Beats, Daniel Haaksman, Crookers (João Brasil Remix) and many others. Released Sept 6th, 2010.

Theophilus London – I Want You & Accept The New (Vids)

I can't believe I missed this back in June...

Theophilus London’s I Want You, the first video from the mixtape of the same name. Directed by Va$htie. Download Theophilus London’s I Want You mixtape if you don’t have it already.

THEOPHILUS LONDON "I WANT YOU" (OFFICIAL VIDEO) dir. VASHTIE from va$htie on Vimeo.


Theophilus London - ACCEPT THE NEW from Theophilus London on Vimeo.

Thinking about Machinedrum...

MACHINEDRUM LIVE IN PARIS from TONYTRUAND on Vimeo.

A little more Shaun Bloodworth + Taz Buckfaster

I know this is old now but there are some wicked tunes on here...



North/South/East/West is a new project from photographer Shaun Bloodworth, designer Stuart Hammersley and Bleep.com. A photographic and musical document focusing on the music of four different regions of the world — North and South UK and East and West coast USA. The project aims to showcase our pick of a handful of labels, artists and club nights from each.

Available as two editions, both made in limited quantities. The standard edition with 14 high quality photographic prints and a 12 track CD compilation, hand numbered and with custom packaging is still available for sale.

The digital release features individual artwork on each mp3.

Elijah + Skilliam – 35 Minutes of Grime (Numbers)

These guys run the Butterz Blog which is a first point of call for all things Grime and have just recently launched a label of the same name. The mix aptly titled ’35 Minutes of Grime’ features beats from SRC whose Gold Coinz EP we released earlier this year plus Terror Danjah, Wiley and Jammer. Click here.

Sunday, August 1, 2010

Record Shopping in England

Record shops are dying on their arse in the parts of the UK that I have seen on my little summer tour.  Fortunately, the charity shop scene is alive and well and there is still the odd UK release in HMV.  Here are some of the jams I have picked up so far: