Off to Cornwall (hopefully not as rainy as above) with a stack of mates for half term and I really should be packing, but first you lucky *lucky* people get to receive another weekly slab of the three best tracks to hit my ears this week, and there’s a couple of corkers in there – enjoy.
I was trawling through the ever growing mounds of promo, when I spotted the pun-tasticly named ‘Breakmaster Cylinder‘, which made me chuckle. Cracked open the email and found one of the most eclectic chunks of sliced and diced beats I’ve heard in a *very* long time.
Goes to show that a well chosen name can make you stand out from the crowd.
Longtime buddy of the blog, Ewan Hoozami, has taken a bit a of musical ‘left at the traffic lights’ move recently
Not being satisfied with smashing up dancefloors of the UK and Europe with eclectic, beat laden party styling sets, or releasing sample heavy mashups, he’s taken to singing …
Do you like Christmas?
Do you like Jumpers?
Do you like really bad Christmas Jumpers?
Hell, even if you don’t, you should bimble on down to Basement 45 this Saturday to see yours truly dropping beats and breaks in Rooms 2 alongside Teddy G, Si Macc & Rob Helps. If that’s not your kind of thing Empathy stalwart Stu Wilkinson is heading up the main Room alongside Riddle, Cornelius and Dan Robbins for the house heads
See you there – decked in Granny’s finest knitted monstrosity, obviously.
Yet more summery vibes on wax for you with Weekend Sun‘s Figo, the latest drop from those crazy cats over at Hero Records. So far listening to it im exactly what the band name suggests. (which is surprising in a way considering both hail from the North East of England, and I thought it just rained up there) and hopefully it’ll do the same for you …