Monthly Archives: January 2013

Three on a Thursday #89


ghetto-blasterAhhh, and relax. Almost the end of a hectic week, so I’ve cracked a beer – A London Brewers Alliance Collaborative Stout by The Kernel, if you must know – and am trawling tunes. Bliss

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Ctrl:Alt:TheBeat with Sherlock Ohms – 1st Jan ’13


PR_logo_hiresSorry it’s a bit late but here’s my last show, warts ‘n all.

You should know the drill by now – some funk, some reggae, some beats, some breaks, some bleeps.

Get involved (below the fold obvs)

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The Allergies / Heartbreaker E.P.


artworks-000038149303-cy84as-t500x500Sometime music is surprisingly dumb and formulaic.

C’mon, admit it, DUR-DUR-WUBWUBWUBWUBWUB can get *seriously* trying after the the first few microseconds unless you’re full of more horse tranquillisers than Shergar on a comedown and ‘bootleg culture’ isn’t much better. Face it, the majority of songs which work well together, or can be ‘reinterpreted’ by banging a chunky beat and bassline underneath them is rapidly diminishing.

I like The Allergies, they seem to be one of the few using their brains whilst making music. It’s not just the same formulaic ‘take a popular song from the 60s/70s/80s and stick a wobble under it’ which seems to be all too prevalent in some scenes, but a proper cut and pasting of samples, scratches, nicely structured and usually they’re dancefloor catnip.
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Three on a Thursday #88


!B5vyBW!CGk~$(KGrHqV,!iMEyeLYuMs2BMu0ZNS+1g~~0_35Ungh – I have a  horrendous cold, and my daughter has been awake at 4am for the last three nights. Intro spiel not happening.  Tunes below the fold

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Three on a Thursday #87


ImageI’m baaaaaaaaaaaack.

Did you miss me?

(in fact don’t answer that, you might hurt my feelings)

Apologies for the lack of a couple of weeks off – I was up in t’Midlands and we’ve only just got electricity up there, let alone the internet ..

Nevermind, I’m back in the land of civilisation now, so you lot get tunes.

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