An undeniable classic. Playing this along with more digi Jah Warrior stuff in the latter part of the 2000s, young student lads would always come up and ask ‘what was the dubstep track mate?’. Absolutely one of the UK’s most pioneering sounds. So rough, so heavy.
Time for some mid-week vibes with one of my favourite records on Fabio’s Liquid Funk powerhouse ‘Creative Source’. This reminds me of all night gurnathons in my flat in Brighton, early 2000s, post volks jungle sesh. This sound, as well as the Eukahouse stuff defined so much of my listening at that time.
Fuck me its been a long day, got so stressed in the end that I ended up eating nigh on two dinners, which, as you can imagine has defo made me less stressed. It’s all goin’ off, the whole bit. Anyways, that’s when you need a real good record innit? So, here’s one for you […]
Liem & Eddie Ness return with this wonky, warm and electro-infused release on Hamburg’s Lehult imprint The opener ‘STgsFF’ is a proper cheeky house adventure, with a glorious shuffle on the snare. If this was the mid-90s, I’d probably say it was Tech-House of the highest order, but you aren’t allowed to say that anymore, […]
Easing into the new week, with some gorgeous music from Idris Muhammad! This one from the 1974 album ‘Power of Soul’ arranged by big man Bob James….. phwoar
This weeks Spotify playlist is up! Tracks Vivien Goldman – Private ArmiesMaximum Joy – Silent Street / Silent DubRip Rig & Panic – Change Your Life23 Skidoo – Coup – 12″ 45 VersionCabaret Voltaire – Sensoria (7” Version)Dr. John – Jet Set (Vocal)The Egyptian Lover – And My Beat Goes BoomJerome Hill – Back & […]